Chris and Bethany Buylla of Smithton eagerly anticipate the Pittsburgh Renaissance Festival each year.
"It is such a family community. It's like going to summer camp every year," Bethany Buylla said.
Held on six weekends from the end of August through September, the festival is located off Route 70 in West Newton.
Bethany Buylla runs Shire Candles, a craft booth featuring hand- made candles, while her husband, who goes by the stage name Doc Dixon, performs comedy magic shows throughout the day.
"I think there's something out there for everybody," Chris Buylla said.
He said anyone who thinks the festival is just for people who are into history …