Click here to read our 6/29/2016 Letter to the Editor in response to the recent Greenfield Recorder coverage. 

A brief History (to be expanded):
In 2011 the Knighten Guild,  a small group of dedicated individuals with a desire to bring a cool new event to the Pioneer Valley set out to create the Mutton and Mead Medieval Festival, in collaboration with the Millers Falls Rod and Gun Club.  After three difficult but rewarding years, with an eye towards building a sustainable future for the Mutton and Mead Medieval Festival and other endeavors, we embarked on the exciting transition from an unofficial association to a not for profit corporation; The Knighten Guild and Company.   

The Knighten Guild and Company aims to:
- Broaden regional entertainment, recreation, and education offerings through the creation of a sustainable, multifaceted, community minded “medieval themed” festival and community.
-Provide avenues for performers, educators, crafters, artisans, business and audiences to connect and support and promote their talents and endeavors.
-Expand the Scope of our Theatrical troupe training, as well as community volunteering

-Support local community organizations' (such as The Food  Bank of Western Massachusetts,  The Montague Grange/Common Hall, Cancer Connection,  4-H etc) efforts to strengthen and serve the community.

Below we will archive the Knighten Guild and Company Documents.  If there is a document you are looking for, or you have any questions, please let us know. 

Knighten Guild Board of Directors
David Agro (President)
Karen Webb (Treasurer & Clerk)
Denise Milkey  
James Brule
Want to contact the board?  Click here to contact the Knighten Guild Board. 

2016 (forthcoming)
2016 Food Drive:  1653 lbs or 1378 meals

2015 Form 990
2015 Food Bank of Western Mass
2014 Form 990
2013 Form 990