[COLLEGIUM CAIDIS SPRING 2003]

Course Catalog

YOUTH CLASSES: OLDER CHILDREN AND TEENS
YOUTH CLASSES: YOUNG CHILDREN

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YOUTH CLASSES: OLDER CHILDREN AND TEENS

** Note on Youth Classes: These classes are designed for independent children and teens, as well as youth leaders who wish to get ideas to take back to their own youth groups. Younger children accompanied by a parent will not be turned away, but keep in mind that the workshop projects may be a little advanced for them

* Some classes require clothes that the student can be messy in.

Beginning Lucet for Older Kids & Teens Come and learn to make a lucet cord! It's fun and easy! Some loaner lucets will be provided, but if students have one, please bring it!
Emma Wolvwyne
Sat 9 - 10
# of Students: 10 MAX
Beginning Storytelling This is a how-to for older kids/teens not a read-to. Come learn techniques and perhaps share a short tale. Handouts will be provided.
Emma Wolvwyne
Sat 10 - 11
Caidan Cross Embroidery Create a reversible blackwork-style outline of a Caidan Cross. This is not a cross stitch, but a counted running stitch on dyed Aida fabric. Students will learn to thread a needle and do this simple embroidery, no prior experience necessary. Kits will be provided to the first 10 students. Although this class is in the teen category, adults are welcome too!
Bridget Lucia MacKenzie
Sun 10 - 11
Court Etiquette for Teens (and otherwise) A hands-on class dealing with how to act in court. Students will be expected to participate in the mock court, as an audience, an award recipient and a presenter to the crown. Royals and 'awards' will be provided, but if you have your own royalty, feel free to bring them along.
Cormac Mór
Sat 2 - 4
Drop Spindle, making your own Yarn Get your own drop spindle (first 10 students) and learn how to twist wool into yarn. Students will also learn the history of spinning and weaving. There will also be a variety of different fibers and wools to see and touch.
Bridget Lucia MacKenzie
Sun 2 - 4
Hand stitched Napkins This class will give basic instruction on how to create a hand stitched napkins.
Broinninn nic Anghabh Ann
Sun 9 - 10
Middle Eastern Dance for Teen Girls FOR TEEN GIRLS - This class will cover the basics of Middle Eastern Dance, dress and customs.
Faizeh al Zarqa
Sat 2 - 4
Scriptorium for Teens Come learn to paint scrolls in period styles. Class will be a hands on class in painting with gouache paint on bookmarks that students can take with them. If students are interested they can also paint printed award scrolls that will be given to the Crown to give out at future courts.
Aliskye MacKyven Raizel
Sat 4 - 6
# of Students: 10 MAX
Wizards 101 This is a class in which the apprentice learns how to make useful items such as a chromotrope, an hour glass pendant, a dragon box, and invisible ink. So, bring your sense of humor and imagination for some wonderful wizardly fun! This class is geared for children up to age 14.
Aelfwyn Wodende
Sat 11 - 1

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YOUTH CLASSES: YOUNG CHILDREN

** The following Collegium classes are designed for the children of Caid. In order for your child to have a happy experience while attending Collegium Caidis please keep in mind the following:

* Some classes require clothes that the student can be messy in.

"Are They Still Talking?" Court for Kids Have you ever wondered just what was going on during court? What was all the big deal about anyway? What can a kid do during court? Come get all your questions answered. When you learn what's happening, courtly can be fun!
Ginevra de Cunha
Sat 3 - 4
Fanciful Feasting Fashions Children, come make a party mask and a jingly belt to wear to the afternoon's revel! The very young may need parental assistance.
Caoilfhionn inghean Cathasaigh
Sat 2 - 3
# of Students: 10 MAX
Festive Feastware for Kids Come decorate a plate, goblet and utensils of your very own. That you may use later at the revel class? We will be using glueguns. Parents of the very young should stay to help and have fun!
Emma Wolvwyre
Sat 11 - Noon
# of Students: 10 MAX
The Horse in Medieval Life Have you ever thought about what daily life was like during the Middle Ages? How did people harvest their food, go to church or travel? In this class, you will learn about horses in the Middles Ages and the Many different ways they affected life in the Middle Ages.
Katherine of Whitearce
Sat 10 - 11
Medieval Cooking for Kids We will spend our hour learning how children in the Middle Ages helped with the cooking and what their responsibilities may have been. We will learn how to make fresh butter, about different fruits and vegetables, and we'll make a sweet treat!
Cristal Fleur dela Mer
Sat 9 - 10
# of Students: 8 MAX
Paint your own Boffer Shield Come paint a shielf of your very own that you may use later! We will be using paint and a paintbrush. Parents of the very young should stay to help and have fun!
Elspeth of Foxden
Sat 5 - 6
# of Students: 10 MAX
Period Games Chess? Nine Man Morris? Are these games just to tough for you? Too many rules? Then come outdoors with us and learn something new! You'll have fun, I promise!
Emma Wolvwyre
Sun 11 - Noon
# of Students: 10 MAX
Puppets, Fools & other Fun Every party needs entertainment. You will make a puppet and a Jingles Fools Wand! Parents of the very young should stay to help with the fun!
Emma Wolvwyre
Sat Noon - 1
# of Students: 10 MAX
Ready for a Revel You're made your feastware, fashions and festive items of fun. Now come and use them at the younger children's revel. We'll have a snack or two, a puppet show, and Parents may stay and have fun, too!
Emma Wolvwyre
Sat 4 - 5
# of Students: 10 MAX
Recorder for Kids Did you enjoy yesterday's revel and want to learn more? Have you always wanted to learn an instrument? The recorder is an easy way to start! Come learn to blow your own "horn" or learn on a loaner recorder. Bring your recorder if you have one.
Garrett O'Doherty
Sun 10 - 11
# of Students: 10 MAX
Serendipity Room Come start your morning in the Serendipity Room! Spend an hour playing a game, doing a craft, or just visit with friends.
Emma Wolvwyre
Sun 9 - 10
# of Students: 10 MAX
Time for a Tale Tired after a busy weekend? Come hear some stories and learn to tell them too!
Emma Wolvwyre
Sun Noon - 1

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