[COLLEGIUM CAIDIS SPRING 2001]

Course Catalog

COOKING/BREWING COSTUME/TEXTILES DANCE
HEAVY WEAPONS/WAR COLLEGE HISTORY LISTS
MARSHALATE MISCELLANEA MUSIC
NEEDLEWORK RAPIER SOCIETY SKILLS
YOUTH: OLDER CHILDREN AND TEENS YOUTH: YOUNG CHILDREN

COOKING/BREWING

How to Make Your Own Vinegar Vinegar has been used in food and drink from the most ancient of times. Learn to make your own vinegar from cider, wine or beer. Each student will go home with an active mother of vinegar.
Instructor: Tiarna Donal O'Brien
SUN 9 - 11:00 AM
Mead  
Instructor: Lady Linda del Lago
SUN 2 - 4:00 PM
Medieval Cuisine in Germany Historical and economic background effect of religious changes on cuisine. Survey of literature, trends in service and taste. Student will receive an historical overview, some typical recipes and a German glossary.
Instructor: Martin de Thalassa
SAT 4 - 6:00 PM
Plant Propagation
CANCELLED
Class will include herbal history, how to get plants for free, and the care and feeding of the propagated plants to maturity. Plants, rooting hormone, tools and pots will be provided.
Instructor: Ingrid Gerdesdotter
SAT 4 - 6:00 PM

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COSTUME/TEXTILES

Basic Fiber Arts An introductory class for the complete novice interested in fiber arts. Explore the tools, materials, and skills necessary to spin and weave.
Instructor: Astridhr Seir Leifsdottir
SAT 2 - 4:00 PM
# of Students: 10 MAX
Boots by Yourself Students will receive instructions, and make a custom pattern for their foot.
Instructor: THL Katherine of Anglesey
SUN 2 - 4:00 PM
Clothing of the Indian Subcontinent 1400-1650
CANCELLED
An overview of costume in India, particularly under the Mughal dynasty. Both men's and women's styles will be reviewed, through a slide presentation and discussion. We will cover patterning, fabrics, and accessories. Come and learn about the perfect fashions for Caid's hot summers!
Instructor: Arianna Nunneschild
SAT 11 - 1:00 PM
# of Students: 25 MAX
Costume Consultation Roundtable discsussion of costuming problems. Bring work in progress, questions and/or items you wish advice on. Some costuming books will be available. If there are particular books you wish to see, please contact teacher to prearrange.
Instructor: Mistress Brianna Je Nell Aislynn
SAT 4 - 6:00 PM
Finishing Touches How to finish a costume such that it becomes clothing. Will cover linings, facings, bindings, hems, seam finishes and hand stitches. Students should bring scissors, needle, thead and yard of muslin or plain cotton to practice on.
Instructor: Mistress Brianna Je Nell Aislynn
SAT 11:00 - 1:00 PM
# of Students: 10 MAX
Hand-sewing Garments  
Instructor: Cindy Kazmer
SUN 2 - 4:00 PM
German Ladies' Clothing 1475-1575
CANCELLED
A detailed look at German women's fashions of the Renaissance, including a slide presentation of works by Cranach, Baldung Grien, Holbein, Altdorfer, Durer, and many other German masters. We will discuss both open-fronted and closed-fronted gowns, with a close review of construction and underpinnings. Patterning, fabrics, colors and accessories will be exploured, including a brief note on millinery techniques.
Instructor: Arianna Nunneschild
SAT 4:00 - 6:00 PM
# of Students: 25 MAX
History of Silk
CANCELLED
From discovery to its introduction into Western Europe.
Instructor: Astridhr Seir Leifsdottir
SAT 9 - 11:00 AM
# of Students: 25 MAX

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DANCE

Intermediate English Country Dance Wear comfortable shoes and join us for Chestnut, Boatman, Begggar Boy, If All The World Were Paper, Skelemasago, and others from Playford's "English Dancing Master." Students must know basic step vocabulary.
Instructor: Berengere d'Acre and Li Kuang Ch'i
SAT 2 - 4:00 PM

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HEAVY WEAPONS/WAR COLLEGE

Heavy Weapons Training  
Instructor: Sir Malachi Brightskull
SAT 11 - 6:00 P.M.
TIME CHANGE - SATURDAY ONLY
Period Grappling, Self-Defense and Sport Forms Class focuses on period grappling. Documented techniques are taken from several period textual and iconographic sources and taught via discussion, demonstration and active participation. The first part of the class focuses on joint locks and throws found in period combat forms; the second part of the class deals with a specific period sport form: Norse Glima. There will be an opportunity to participate for those who so desire. If you wish to participate, wear loose fitting and sturdy clothing.
Instructor: Conrad Breakring
SAT 2 - 4:00 P.M.

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HERALDRY

Field Heraldry Basic heraldry for the tourney and war fields.
Instructor: Miguel Estaban Franco de los Rios
SAT 2 - 4:00 PM
Heraldic Ranks What's the difference between a coronet and a pursuivant extraordinary - one plays and the other cants? Find out the truth about this arcane group in this riveting exploration of heraldic positions. Not recommended for students under 18.
Instructor: Master Eirikr Sigurdharson
SUN 11 - 1:00 PM
Heraldry Roundtable Here's your chance to ask that nagging question: "Do heralds pun?" and obtain scintillating, accurate, up-to-the-minute heraldic answers.
Instructor: Eridana Dragotta
SUN 9 - 11:00 AM
Lithuanian Names Naming practices in medieval Lithuania, with sources for names and historical events.
Instructor: Darius of the Twin Blades
SAT 11 - 1:00 PM
Old Irish An examination of the context of the Old Irish language, with information on spellings, pronunciation, and the "werewolf" verbs.
Instructor: Chas. MacQuarrie, Ph.D., F.S.A
SAT 9 - 11:00 AM
Territorial Heraldry Required course for all territorial heralds. Job description, rules, herald's handbook, forms, and reporting are some of the topics covered.
Instructor: Madawc ap Caradawc
SAT 4 - 6:00 PM

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HISTORY

Arthur, Artos, Artorius - King Arthur: Who Was He Really? Exploration of theory and fable and history.
Instructor: Lord Jared Alexandre Blaydeau
SAT 9 - 11:00 AM
Great Battles for Liberal Arts Majors (or Laurels) A survey of significant battles of our "period," their social and political implications, their artistic and technological significance and why the battle was won, presented in a way the non-tactician can understand.
Instructor: Lord Jared Alexandre Blaydeau
SUN 9 - 11:00 AM
History of Caid (and the SCA) Roundtable Come join a lively discussion group on the true history of Caid and the SCA. Many of those who started the Principality and now Kingdom of Caid will be there to tell their "versions" and to answer questions. Sir Charles of Dublin and Duchess Natalya have indicated that they will attend. Not a class to miss!
Instructor: Lord Jared Alexandre Blaydeau
SAT 4 - 6:00 PM
Medieval Medical Education The process from student to doctor had some similarities to today, but often a wildly different worldview pervades medieval attitudes to medicine and its practitioners. We'll discuss university education, treatments, specialties, and social status, up to the advent of the Black Plague. Medieval medical practice could be pretty gruesome - not for the unduly squeamish.
Instructor: Berengere d'Acre
SAT 4:00 - 6:00 PM
The Pentathlon Research Paper - a How-to Q&A This class will discuss what a Pentathlon Research Paper should be, how to research it, how to document it, and how to present it. Come prepared with all the questions you can think of. This class is designed to help the novice or the advanced research paper writer prepare their entry for Pentathlon.
Instructor: Mistress Siobhan ni'Breoghan
SUN 11:00 - 1:00 PM
Sex, Lies and Portraiture - the Medici of Florence This master class will cover the lives and drama of the Medici. Love Dynasty or Melrose Place? Come meet the family who put the "melo" in drama!
Instructor: Mistress Siobhan ni'Breoghan
SAT 2 - 4:00 PM
Shoe-Making  
Instructor: Uilliam an Tarbh Baile na hAbhann
SAT 2 - 4:00 PM
# of Students: 10 MAX
Slippery Business: The History and Methods of Soap Making
CANCELLED
History and methods of soap making - hands on with history of soap making. Everyone will walk away with a nice bar of period soap.
Instructor: Elizabeta of Venice
SAT 11:00 - 1:00 PM
# of Students: 15 MAX

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MISCELLANEA

All About Tiles A hands-on workshop dealing with making various tiles. This is a decorationg class, most of the techniques can also be used on other ceramic projects. We will cover different types of tiles, how they are made, used and decorated. Beginning to advanced ceramists welcome! Bring an apron or wear clothing that can get dirty.
Instructor: Lady Mercy of Altavia
SUN 2 - 4:00 PM
Beginning Ceramics A hands-on workshop dealing with a variety of techniques in clay working. Some of these include: Coiling, pinch pots, slab working, and an intro to the potter's wheel. Beginning to advanced cereamists are welcome! Bring an apron or wear clothing that can get dirty.
Instructor: Lady Mercy of Altavia
SAT 9 - 1:00 PM
# of Students: 10 MAX
Coin-making the Anglo-Saxon Way  
Instructor: Master Peter of Dun Calma
SAT 4 - 6:00 PM
Embellished Beads Hands-on class will teach students to make a beaded wooden bead that can be used for a necklace, pendant, tassel top or favor. Class will include a handout and all materials needed to make a pair of embellished beads.
Instructor: Baroness Luighseach nic Lochlainn
SAT 9 - 11:00 AM
# of Students: 10 MAX
English Slipware A hands on, how-to on slip trailing decorating techniques of English Toftwares. Students will have an opportunity to make tiles using various traditional decorating techniques. Beginners to advanced clay workers welcome! Bring an apron or wear clothing that can get dirty.
Instructor: Lady Mercy of Altavia
SAT 2 - 6:00 PM
# of Students: 15 MAX
Feastware for the Clayworker A hands-on workshop dealing with a variety of techniques to make various feastgear. Some of these include: coiling, pinch pots, and slab working. Beginning to advanced ceramists are welcome! Bring an apron or wear clothing that can get dirty.
Instructor: Lady Mercy of Altavia
SUN 9 - 11 AM
# of Students: 10 MAX
Glass Bead Making, Beginning Students will learn about the basic setup and safety information glass beadmaking, How to make a basic bead, and basic decorative techniques. Please wear cotton clothing,(Mundane jeans and t-shirt, ok), no hanging sleeves, anything that might get in the flame.
Instructor: Cynthia de Wickeresham
SAT 9 - 1 PM
Glass Bead Making, Advanced Students will explore four types of period style glass bead and how to make them. Including Anglo-Saxon, Roman-era, and Viking. Techniques to include; eyes, trails, use of molds and segmented beads. There will be a annealer in class for annealing beads.
Instructor: Cynthia de Wickeresham
SAT 2 - 6 PM
How to Make a Chainmail Coif Step-by-step instructions on how to make a chainmail coif. We will discuss choices in wire and ring size. Class will provide an illustrated hand-out describing each step in making a chainmail coif. No chain will be assembled in the class.
Instructor: Tiarna Donal O'Brien
SAT 4 - 6:00 PM
# of Students: 6 MAX
Intro to Chainmail Intro to the basics of chainmail. Learn how to make your own rings from different types of wire. Discuss different methods of cutting rings. Learn European 4-in-1 and 6-in-1 patterns. Student should bring two pair of regular or needlenose pliers - about 6 1/2" long.
Instructor: Tiarna Donal O'Brien
SAT 11:00 - 1:00 PM
# of Students: 6 MAX
Scriptorium  
Instructor: Katherine of Anglesey
SUN 9:00 - 4:00 PM

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MUSIC

Intermediate Recorder Know how to read music and want to brush up on your recorder skills? Bring your recorders, your sense of fun, and a music stand (if you have one). We will be playing a variety of easier pieces with one or more parts. Several "loaner" instruments can be available, please contact the instructor in advance if you need one.
Instructor: Mistress Moira Chiardhubh niBhardain
SAT 9 - 11:00 AM
Phoenix Players Bring your instrument and jam with us in period music! Must be able to read music. All musicians welcome!
Instructor: Mistress Finella Harper
SAT 11 - 1:00 PM

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NEEDLEWORK

Absolutely Beginning Knitting (or How I Learned to Relax and Love My Needles) Do you want to recreate Eleanora of Toledo's silk stockings for Pentathlon, but don't know one end of a knitting needle from the other? Do you want to learn an art form that's the same today as it was in period? This class covers the basic stitches, patterns, terminology, and techniques of knitting and is aimed at the student who has never knitted before or who has tried unsuccessfully to learn. Each student will knit a small belt pouch. Knitting-related questions of all types will be answered, depending on time available. Left-handed students welcome!
Instructor: THLady Meadbh Eileanach
SUN 9 - 1:00 PM
# of Students: 5 MAX
Beginning and Continuing Bobbin Lace No previous experience necessary. Students with experience can contact instructor to discuss a project. A kit of necessary equipment will be available for purchase at $48 or be available for use at Collegium only. Instructor can be contacted for number of pairs and size of thread if you already have equipment.
Instructor: Katheryn Bedford of Calafia
SAT 9 - 11:00 AM and SUN 11 - 1:00 PM
(No new students Sun.)
# of Students: 10 MAX
Spanish Blackwork (it isn't always black or Spanish) If you can count and thread a needle, you can produce trim for garb and beautiful decoration for household items. A history of blackwork and its uses and tips on counted thread embroidery will be presented. Students will have opportunity to complete a project during class. Students should bring scissors.
Instructor: Lady Alix de Albini
SAT 11 - 1:00 PM
# of Students: 5 MIN, 12 MAX
Spin-In The Spin-in is for any fiber-minded individual to come and learn, strengthen skills, or help others with any task or artform in the fiber arts. Spinners, knitters, weavers, crocheters, basket-makers, et al are all welcome. It is a "drop-in" format where you can come and go at will. Bring your equipment and materials.
Instructor: Mistress Philippa
SAT 9 - 6:00 PM
INSTRUCTOR CHANGE
Spinning with Silk Caps Spinning with a silk cap is easy, once you see how. Bring your wheel or drop spindle and learn how it's done. Students should also bring hand lotion.
Instructor: Mistress Therese of the White Griffin
SUN 2 - 4:00 PM
# of Students: 20 MAX

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RAPIER

Rapier Combat 101: Introduction and Practice Rapier Combat in the SCA and Caid. We will discuss form, technique, and the requirements for participation: armor; blades, etc. There will be a limited amout of loaner armor and equipment available to try your hand at this style of combat. Men must bring and wear groin protection. Ladies are recommended to bring extra padding for breast protection. Minimum age 16 with parent waiver. Bring $2 for Marshal handbook. If possible, bring armor, rapier gear and protection.
Instructor: Lord Robert Camulus Brigantia and Tora Toka
SAT 2 - 4:00 PM
Rapier Combat Marshaling This class is required to become a warranted Rapier Mashal in Caid. We will cover such topics as: safety on and off the field, rules of the lists, armor requirements and weapon specification. Anyone interested in any facet of rapier combat is encouraged to attend. You do not have to be an authorized fighter to become a marshal. Bring $2 for Marshal Handbook.
Instructor: Don Laertes Blackavar McBride
SAT 9 - 11:00 AM

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SOCIETY SKILLS

Accounting in the SCA Covers financial policies and procedures for the SCA in general, for Caid in particular. Reporting requirements, expense policies, other interesting topics will be covered. Highly recommended for anyone wanting to be warranted as an exchequer in Caid.
Instructor: THLady Asgerdr Audsdottir
SUN 11 - 1:00 PM
Being a Lady in Waiting How, What, Why and When. If you have been asked to serve on a Baronial or Royal court as a Lady in Waiting, or if you are joining a household as a Lady in Waiting, this class will help you define what exactly that means.
Instructor: Cara Michelle du Valier
SAT 9 - 11:00 AM
Basic Exchequery This class is for those interested in becoming the Exchequer for a barony/shire/canton who lack basic bookkeeping experience or knowledge. NOT REQUIRED if you have bookkeeping or accounting background. The basics of double entry bookkeeping, accounting for your cash, assembling basic reports.
Instructor: THLady Asgerdr Audsdottir
SUN 9- 11:00 AM
BOD Round Table Basic familiarization with the BOD and its operations. To include, but not limited to, topics such as nature of the Board, nomination and election of directors, Board meetings, Restructured Governing Document Draft, etc. Students should bring a copy of SCA Governing Documents if available.
Instructor: Catheryn Cameron Stewart Morgan
SAT 2 - 4:00 PM
Branch Seneschal Basics Overview of the Seneschals' Handbook. What is required of the officer and ideas and suggestions for those already in office. Suggestions on how to organize yourself, and conduct a business meeting. We'll close with a group discussion. Handbook will be available for purchase.
Instructor: Lord Rowen Killian
SAT 9 - 11:00 AM
Chatelaine Officer's Class This is a class for chatelaines holding the office (chatelaines ordinary), deputies, those interested in the office, and chatelaines-at-large (chatelaines extra-ordinary). We will be discussing the various duties, responsibilities and rewards of the office. This class is strongly recommended for all officers or those interested in how the office functions. Everyone should bring a copy of the "Chatelaine's Handbook" with them. If you do not have a copy and plan to attend the meeting, contact the Kingdom Chatelaine (listed in the CP) at least one week before the meeting so one can be printed.
Instructor: THLady Ygraine o Gaerllion Fawr
SAT 2 - 4:00 PM
Chronicler and Web Class This is a class for chroniclers and webministers holding office, and those wishing to learn more about these offices. We will be discussing the various duties, responsibilities and rewards of the office, and why these two offices are related. This class is strongly recommended for all officers or those interested in how the office functions.
Instructor: Rowanna del Bailey and THLord Miguel Esteban Franco de los Rios
SAT 9 - 11:00 AM
Duties of Territorial Marshals Hands-on class dealing with the paperwork and official duties of Territorial Marshall.
Instructor: Master Aldred von Froschheim
SUN 11 - 1:00 PM
# of Students: 10 MAX
Financial Committee Roundtable A roundtable discussion regarding the workings of the "Privy Council" or, mundanely, the Financial Committee.
Instructor: Lord Rowen Killian
SAT 11 - 1:00 PM
How to Run a School Demo  
Instructor: Honour Grenehart
SAT 4 - 6:00 PM
How to Run Lists "Creative is our middle name." Responses from Lists to Autocrats who want something different. In class discussion of various traditional and non-traditional ways to handle Lists and combat activities. Bring your ideas and questions.
Instructor: Mistress Melasandra
SAT 11 - 1:00 PM
# of Students: 25 MAX
Intro for Combat field Workers Entry level class for those persons who want to learn the basics of helping with the Tourney fields. This includes person who want to be; Marshall in training; Herald in training (field), Medic in training and Lists Runners. Any age may attend the class, but some positions require you be age 18+ in order to do the job. Otherwise, any young person who is able to think rationally, follow directions, and act WITHOUT DIRECT SUPERVISION can find a place to serve.
Instructor: Master Aldred von Froschheim
SUN 9 - 11:00 AM
# of Students: 15 MAX
Intro To The Constabulary 101 This is the required course to complete the Constable-In-training (CIT) and become a Constable of Caid. We will discuss the issues of today with regards to the security and safety of the kingdom and its populace.
Instructor: Wulfric Thjostolfsson
SAT 4 - 6:00 PM
Marshals Warranting Mandatory Class Class required before taking the Marshal Warrant test.
Instructor: Jarl John ap Gwyndaf of Holdingford
SUN 11 - 1:00 PM
# of Students: 15 MAX
Officers Roundtable This is an opportunity for all SCA Officers to get together and discuss their duties and get questions answered.
Instructor: Lord Rowen Killian
SAT 2 - 4:00 PM
Peerage Roundtable This is for anyone who is interested in finding out what the different peerages (Chivalry, Laurels, Pelicans, Royal) are all about, how they work, and what they do. Bring your questions and join in!
Instructor: Gavin MacDhomhnuill
SAT 2 - 4:00 PM
Senior Marshals Mandatory Warranting Class Class required before taking the SENIOR Marshal Warrant test.
Instructor: Jarl John ap Gwyndaf of Holdingford
SAT 4 - 6:00 PM
# of Students: 15 MAX
Surviving Your First Year in the SCA We all started out at the same place, just on the edge of what can be a grand adventure. This class is designed to make attending your first few events both exciting and fun. We'll go over what clothes you can wear, what you should bring to an event, and how to understand some of the different forms of speech and manners used in the SCA. I really look forward to meeting you all and helping you understand what we do, how we do it and why we do it the way we do. Also a good refresher course for those who have been away awhile or who are new to Caid.
Instructor: THLady Ygraine o Gaerllion Fawr
SAT 11 - 1:00 PM

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YOUTH: OLDER CHILDREN AND TEENS

** The following classes are for third grade and up through teens. Classes for younger children follow.

Bobbin Lace Spider Bookmark Beginning bobbin lace for youths age 8 and up, no previous experience necessary. A kit of necessary pillow, bobbins, thread, and pins will be avail for purchase for $35, or be available for use at Collegium only. Need to know at least 1 wk before how many kits needed.
Instructor: Katheryn Bedford of Calafia
SAT 11 - 1:00 PM
# of Students: 6 MAX
Heraldry for Kids and Teens We will begin with a basic explanation of heraldry and then create our own designs.
Instructor: Lady Ann Travers of Amberlye
SUN 9 - 10:00 AM
How to Run a Boffer Tourney Learn how to run a tourney that is safe and fun. Pick up your copy of the kingdom guidelines. All ages are welcome, including boffer officers, boffer fighters, and their parents.
Instructor: Lady Bridget Lucia MacKenzie
SAT 2 - 4:00 PM
Make and Bind a Book Try your hand at simple illumination and calligraphy as we fill the pages of our books with art and phrases from medieval time. Then, we will hand sew the pages with needle and thread to make a bound book.
Instructor: Mistress Aelfwyn Wodende
SAT 11 - 1:00 PM
Make and Take Groin Protection for Boffer Fighting Come and make your own groin protection for boffer fighting. As you know, having your own equipment means gaining an extra life at boffer tournaments, so join us!
Instructor: Lady Bridget Lucia MacKenzie
SAT 4 - 6:00 PM
# of Students: 10 MAX
Make Your Own Cloth Pouch We will make a pouch that can be worn at SCA events. Children should be old enough to use scissors and sew a basis stitch. Fabric and sewing supplies will be provided.
Instructor: Lady Ann Travers of Amberlye
SUN 11 - 12 Noon
Making Royalty Puppets / Royal Puppet Show We will make royalty puppets to star in our puppet show during the second hour. All materials provided.
Instructor: Lady Ann Travers of Amberlye
SUN 2 - 4:00 PM
Medieval Jeopardy Game Come and test your knowledge abou the SCA. For instance, how does one become a Duke? Where would you wear a gauntlet? Come for the fun. Leave with the prizes!
Instructor: Mistress Aelfwyn Wodende
SAT 10 - 11:00 AM
Play with Clay Let's have some messy fun with clay to create an object of your choice. Dress appropriately. Parents must stay with children 5 and under. All ages welcome.
Instructor: Lady Mercy of Altavia
SUN 11 - 12 Noon
# of Students: 10 MAX
Simple Shoe Making We will make a pair of soft leather shoes by cutting, sewing, hole punching, lacing and gluing. All ages are welcome as long as students age 5 and under have a parent stay and help. Students should bring a pair of clean socks.
Instructor: Mistress Aelfwyn Wodende
SAT 2 - 4:00 PM
# of Students: 8 MAX

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YOUTH: YOUNG CHILDREN

** Note: Young Children's Classes are for very young children up to about the second grade. Children need to be able to follow directions and use scissors by themselves or be accompanied by an adult. THIS IS NOT A BABYSITTING SERVICE. Anyone interested in getting ideas for playing with/teaching SCA children is more than welcome to attend.

Chronicling/Games Both active games and word games with snacks. We play outside, if at all possible. Children must have enough attention span to sit still and listen; and be responsive enough to participate in word games; OR a parent may attend with a smaller child.
Instructor: Beth Carpenter of Rye
SAT 11 - 1:00 PM
Fabric Arts Children will learn very beginning needlework skills. Children must be old enough to work with real needles and scissors AND have at least a half hour attention span.
Instructor: Beth Carpenter of Rye
SAT 9 - 11:00 AM
Paint an Illuminated Letter Ages 3 and up are welcome as long as parents remain for ages 5 and under. Learn to work with guache watercolor while creating a beautiful medieval style illuminated letter. Wear clothes appropriate for painting.
Instructor: Lady Elspeth of Foxden
SAT 9 - 10:00 AM
Paperlore We will explore early printing, using rubber stamps to simulate block printing. Children should be old enough to cut with scissor, follow directions, and have a half hour attention span.
Instructor: Beth Carpenter of Rye
SAT 4 - 6:00 PM
Theater Arts Children will invent and produce a puppet show, including making some simple puppets. Children must be old enough to cut safely.
Instructor: Beth Carpenter of Rye
SAT 2 - 4:00 PM

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