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4 Panel Cotehardies - Practical & Period An explanation of period versus more practical methods of making a ladies 4 panel cote based on research and my own experience. I will compare period construction methods and the modern version I use that passes the 5 foot rule.
Instructor: Johanna von Nurenberg
SUN 9:00-10:50
Advanced Interlace This class assumes that the student is comfortable with the dots method of creating knotwork. We will cover more advanced techniques, such as diagonal breaks, X-knots, switch knots, and circle knots. We will see some of the ways knots were used by Picts, Britons, Anglo-Saxons, and Irish. We will also compare Insular knotwork with Roman, Coptic, and Arabic styles. Student should bring paper (quad-ruled paper is easiest), writing materials, and colored pencils or markers.
Instructor: Eowyn Amberdrake
SAT 4:00-5:50
Applying Marozzo to SCA Rapier Combat A two-part class offering a lecture overview of Marozzo's combat teachings and a hands-on practicum of safely applying those techniques to SCA rapier combat. Attendees should be authorized in rapier combat, and attend in their protective kits -- we will be sparring. Particular emphasis will be given to shieldwork featured in the text. Students should bring shields in addition to their normal rapier kit, although the instructor will have a number of Marozzo-style shields available for use.
Instructor: Axel Stureovich
SUN 2:00-3:50
Arte & Science of Teaching Historical Combat Drawn from the pedagogical study of 6 historical combat texts, attendees will examine each method in the context of teaching the modern fighter. Drill structure is the focus; ways to create them & ways to make sure they impart what you want to teach. Attendees will create one drill suited to their combat form in class using the provided handouts. Note: this is not a fighting class; please bring your weapon of choice & a pen or pencil. Class size is limited to 24, please pre-register.
Instructor: Giacomo Cavalli da Treviso
SAT 4:00-5:50
Avoiding Burnout In a roundtable format, we will discuss what burnout is, what the warning signs are, and how to avoid it. This will include learning to develop an understanding of the difference between volunteering and actually fulfilling commitments, and knowing when it's time to ask for help and how to ask. Some actual examples will be used, as well as some role-playing to help heighten awareness of the potential dangers.
Instructor: Mistress Robynne the Grey & Michael Gulliver Blackrune
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SUN 11:00-12:50
Ballads For Bards An overview of the ballad form of music and its use by SCA bards. What is a ballad, where to find them and, ultimately, what to do with them to prepare for a bardic performance. We will demonstrate and discuss ways of building a better ballad and determining a performance style that makes the ballad unique to each performer. We will examine period, traditional and original sources for ballads, as well as the bawdy ballad style, using performance samples offered by the instructors.
Instructor: Domhnall mac Pharlain & Beathog nic Dhonnchaidh
SAT 11:00-12:50
Bardic Circle Etiquette A guide to bardic circles - what they are, how to prepare for them, how and what to perform at them, how to be a good audience.
Instructor: Thoron Ravenoak
SAT 11:00-12:50
Bardic Primer A primer on bardic arts as practiced in the Kingdoms of Caid and the West. This class designed for the person who wants to be a bard, but doesn't know where to start.
Instructor: Thomas Bordeaux
SAT 9:00-10:50
Basics of Sword & Shield Improve your martial prowess with an overview of basic sword-and-shield technique in SCA combat. The class will address footwork, defensive technique and several basic sword blows. Participants should bring an SCA-legal sword (or at least a sword-length piece of rattan) and a shield - some loaner gear may be available on the day of the class on a first-come, first-served basis.
Instructor: Rowen Killian
INSTRUCTOR CHANGE
SAT 9:00-10:50
Beginning Blackletter We will cover constructing lower case letters based on a Book of hours made in France in 1400. Class is open to all skill levels, this is a good class for complete beginners as most of the letters simple strokes. Students should bring or 2 mm calligraphy pen: dip, fountain or felt tip. Class size is limited to 10, please pre-register.
Instructor: Thomas Brownwell
SAT 9:00-10:50
Beginning Ceramics Hands on class about clay, its properties, its use in period and its background will be covered. Decorating techniques, glazes, clay bodies, ceramic forms and what period potters made will be gone over. Also discussed will be: modern methods to make period work, suggestions on recreation and ideas for pentathlon projects. Where to get your pieces fired, how to research and suggestions on where to buy supplies will be discussed Students should bring aprons, notebooks, clothes they can get dirty in. Clay and some tools will be provided. Class size is limited to 20, please pre-register.
Instructor: Artemisia di Serena
SAT 11:00-12:50
Beginning Heraldry You've been to an event (or a lot of events); you've borrowed garb from a friend or taken the time to make something all your own. Now what about a name? And what about those neat designs you see on banners, shields and clothing? This class will discuss the basics of naming practices in period and in the SCA. We will also discuss heraldic design concepts and how to design armory ("your device", the pictorial designs used) that can be registered within the SCA. Books, forms and consulting heralds will be available to help you choose a name and/or armory.
Instructor: Balthazar van der Brugghe
SAT 9:00-10:50
Beginning Middle Eastern Music Appreciation
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How to identify different types of Middle Eastern music. Learn the basic differences between Persian, Arabic, Armenian, Turkish and Egyptian styles of music by listening to music, rhythms and learning the sounds of different instruments. (Live demonstration of oud, cumbus, rebab, dumbek, riqq, tar, and other instruments) A discography and rhythm sheet will be provided. Class size is limited to 30, please pre-register.
Instructor: Randwulf de la Terre d'Ete
SUN 9:00-10:50
Beginning Recorder The Basics of how to play the Recorder.
Instructor: Thoron Ravenoak
SAT 4:00-5:50
Beginning Tribal Bellydance This class will focus on cueing, transitions and combinations. Basic knowledge of tribal style bellydance required. Class size is limited to 15, please pre-register.
Instructor: Genevieve d' Orleans
SAT 9:00-10:50
Blackletter Flourishing A survey of flourishing specifically designed for Blackletter hands. Class will include handouts with examples. Class size is limited to 10, please pre-register.
Instructor: Luighseach nic Lochlainn
SUN 9:00-10:50
Blackletter Variations This class will cover two blackletter hands; rotunda, which was used in Spain and Italy and an early blackletter or proto-gothic hand characteristic of northern Europe and England in the 12th Century. This class may be taken along with the beginning blackletter class, but your hand will be tired by the end! Bring 1 or 2 mm calligraphy pen: dip, fountain or felt tip. Class size is limited to 10, please pre-register.
Instructor: Luighseach nic Lochlainn
SAT 2:00-3:50
Block-printing Fabric & Paper Block-printing is in period for much of Asia and a great part of Europe, where clothing, bardings, wall hangings, banners, pavilion daggings, and many other items were decorated with these designs. Students will learn how to make their own print blocks from non-lethal easy-to-cut materials, as well as use of various East Indian wood blocks. They will print single to multiple-color designs on several types of fabric and papers. Attention will be paid to creating a design with several blocks, and with various color arrangements. Goal will be to learn enough of the craft to repeat it at home. Blocks, inks, pigments, papers, some fabric and all tools needed will be provided. Students should bring garments they might wish to decorate, pieces of well-washed cloth if desired, interesting paper to decorate and aprons. Class size is limited to 18, please pre-register.
Instructor: Flavia Beatrice Carmigniani
SAT 2:00-5:50
Bog 10 Panel Cotehardies This class will discuss the bog finds and how the patterns can be adapted to make a stylish SCA Cotehardie for a man or a woman. We'll look at how to take body measurements, estimate test fabric needs, draw out the sloper pattern. Then we'll touch on how to fit the garment before the final pattern is created. Lastly we'll cover finishing and accessories to get the proper finished look.
Instructor: Cara Michelle du Valier
SAT 9:00-10:50
Book Club: Giovanni & Lusanna Giovanni & Lusanna: Love and Marriage in Renaissance Florence by Gene Brucker. From Library Journal - In 1455, Lusanna, the beautiful widow of an artisan, brought an ultimately unsuccessful suit against Giovanni, an aristocrat, seeking legal recognition of their clandestine marriage. The author skillfully reconstructs the story of these former lovers. Please join our two moderators for a lively discussion of this fascinating book.
Instructor: Maria Theresa Ipenarrieta & Giovanna Firdolphi
SAT 2:00-3:50
Brewing Ingredients I Part I - Water & Grain: This is a detailed discussion of water and grain in brewing. Water chemistry basics will be covered and water of famous brewing cities will be discussed. Emphasis will be on what adjustments to make for homebrewing a particular style. Students are encouraged to bring their city water report. Grain discussion will cover the malting and mashing processes. Types of grains will be discussed, including those less common in brewing.
Instructor: Tomaso da Barbiano
SAT 9:00-10:50
Brewing Ingredients II Part II - Hops and Yeast: This is a detailed discussion of hops and yeast in brewing. Hops discussion will cover how to grow your own and how to use them in your beer. Some basic chemistry will be used to describe how they add to the beer. Yeast discussion will cover types and characteristics, and how it will affect your beer. Yeast starters and and basic culturing techniques will also be covered.
Instructor: Tomaso da Barbiano
SAT 11:00-12:50
Build Your Own Wort Chiller A chiller allows you to quickly cool your wort after the boil, before running it to the fermenter. This will help make a better beer and reduce the chance of infection. In this class, you can make either an immersion or counter-flow type chiller. Bring 25 feet of 3/8 in. outer diameter soft copper tubing. For a counter-flow chiller, also bring a new 25 foot garden hose. Other materials will be provided.
Instructor: Tomaso da Barbiano
SUN 2:00-3:50
Caidan College Of Herald's Road Show Have you ever wondered how Crescent made the decision to forward or return your submission? Here's your chance to find out. Consult with the heralds on Saturday to design an SCA name and/or armory; then on Sunday, attend the road show to see the research and processing that is required to forward your submission to Laurel and the College of Arms. Find out about the care and details that are provided as a volunteer service by the Caidan College of Heralds. All territorial heralds are encouraged to attend the road show.
Instructor: Caidan College of Heralds
SUN 9:00-12:50
Capo Ferro's Tempo & Measure A practical class based on the utilization of time and distance in the art of rapier combat. Based on the teaching of Ridolfo Capo Ferro's teaching in the early 1600's. This will be a Heavy Rapier (i.e. Schlager only, Del Tin equiv. preferred) class, please bring gear for light contact drilling. These are intermediate concepts, students should have a basic knowledge of rapier fighting. Class size is limited to 16, please pre-register.
Instructor: Lot Ramirez
SAT 2:00-3:50
Champlavie Enameling
FULL
Overview of the style of enameling called Champlavie as pertains to the Known World. Class includes hand outs and hands-on experience. Teacher will provide handouts and enameling materials. NOTE: Care needs to be taken in handling ground glass (enamels). Class size is limited to 6, please pre-register.
Instructor: Precious Lotus Blossom
SUN 2:00-3:50
Chaperones To Chopines This class will discuss the evolution of 14th century style and look at examples of the silhouette desired to recreate this period. We will discuss the fabrics best used and I will suggest pattern piece shapes to achieve the best look. We will cover everything from the underwear to the accessories needed to achieve the overall look of this period.
Instructor: Cara Michelle du Valier
SAT 11:00-12:50
Chip Carving Introduction A lecture/demonstration exploring the history, techniques and designs for one of simplest forms of woodcarving. With very few tools and a little experience, nearly any wooden item can easily be decorated is period fashion. Students who wish a hands-on class should contact the instructor for a list of tools and materials to bring, as well as sources to get them. Class size is limited to 15, please pre-register.
Instructor: Hrodebert von dem Kampfenhase
SAT 4:00-5:50
Coats & Kaftans A draft and variations to create period middle eastern coats and shirts. Will discuss fabrics and ornamentation. Bring note taking materials. Handout will be provided. Class size is limited to 20, please pre-register.
Instructor: Brianna JeNell Aislyn of Blue Shadows
SAT 2:00-3:50
Combat Archery 101 An Introduction to Heavy Combat Archery in the Kingdom of Caid. We will discuss the authorization rules, and basic stratigies for success on the field.
Instructor: Ingilborg Sigmundardottir
SUN 11:00-12:50
Combat Archery 201 Strategies for Success. In this class novice and intermediate combat archers will have the opportunity to be out on the field and to practice using combat archery equipment. They also will learn the basics of working with and moving with a skirmish unit on the field. Loaner equipment will be available. Students should bring armor if they have it,or a pair of heavy gloves.
Instructor: Ingilborg Sigmundardottir
SUN 2:00-3:50
Combat Archery Marshalling This class is a requirement for Combat Archery Marshals Warrant for Caid. The Class will cover SCA and Caid combat archery rules and conventions, marshalling techniques and Caid-legal equipment. Class will conclude with a half-hour warranting exam. Attendees should currently hold a heavy weapons Marshals warrant or be familiar with Caid heavy weapons rules and conventions. Class size is limited to 15, please pre-register.
Instructor: Mora de Buchanan
SAT 4:00-5:50
Combos For Intermediate Belly Dance Add more complex movement to your routine. Starting with basic moves with layering progressing to improvising styles and how to figure out what to do next when you can't remember anything to do! This class is intermediate-level but is open for beginners to join in and learn! Wear comfortable clothes and bring a bottle of water.
Instructor: Christe Leake
INSTRUCTOR CHANGE
SAT 4:00-5:50
Commercial Pattern Review - Part 1 The Big Three sewing pattern companies continue to release more historically-influenced costume patterns; Jo-Ann's regularly discounts them. Are any worth buying? Are some better than others? How can they be changed to produce a more period effect? This class will review patterns currently available in the catalogues, identifying close period equivalents and comparing patterns for similar time periods. Updated class notes from the previous sessions will be available; the instructor will attempt to advise on any patterns the students bring to class.
Instructor: Angelina Nicollette de Beaumont
SUN 11:00-12:50
Constable / Chirurgeon 201
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CPR and first aid to include Defibrillator Certification. May require Certification fee. Class size is limited to 15, please pre-register.
Instructor: Brandr húslangr (Coordinator)
SUN 9:00-12:50
Cooking At The War Techniques and shortcuts to make nourishing, tasty, period-appropriate meals in a camping environment that will allow you time to do the other things you enjoy about the event! A discussion of period cooking methods and modern substitutes will be included, as well as a review of food preservation methods appropriate to War.
Instructor: Mary Taran & Ciorstan MacAmhlaidh
SUN 9:00-10:50
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Costumer's Discussion Group The topic for this discussion group will be the upcoming Company of Clothier's Black Rose Ball. There will be plenty of books to peruse and several people on hand to discuss the Italian Renaissance themed Ball. This discussion group is open to individuals of all sewing skill levels.
Instructor: Ceredwen Killian
SAT 4:00-5:50
Court Heraldry Workshop In this workshop students will practice arranging business for a court and performing as a court herald in front of the class. Open discussion led by the instructors will provide students with the necessary information to hone their skills as a court herald, thereby improving the court experience not only for themselves but for the presiding nobles and the audience.
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Instructor: Hrorek Halfdane of Faulconwood
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SAT 2:00-3:50
Cross Stitch A Needle Book - Sewing Chatelaine
FULL
Tired of not having the correct size needle handy? Can't fit your beading or tapestry needles in your needle case? Fear not! A fabric needlebook will carry a large number on any size needles, neatly and compactly! Students will construct a needlebook in class and decorate it with cross stitch embroidery. No prior sewing experience is necessary. This is part of the Chatelaine-in-a-bag series of classes. Students will construct a scissors case, needlebook cord to connect them, and a carrying pouch to hold them. Students can take one or all four classes. Handout, and all material to construct a fabric needlebook will be provided. Students should bring a pair of scissors. Class size is limited to 10, ple!se pre-register.
Instructor: Lynnette de Sandoval
SAT 11:00-12:50
Elizabethan Commonplaces This is a lecture/instructor-led discussion of knowledge that was 'commonplace' during the reign of Elizabeth Tudor (1558-1603). Recommended reading: The First Elizabeth (Caroly Erickson), All the Queen's Men (Neville)
Instructor: Máirghrèad-Rós FitzGarret of Desmond & Giles Hill of Sweetwater
SAT 9:00-10:50
Elizabethan Metal Thread Stiches We will create a short sampler of Elizabethan Metal thread stitches, as used in Blackwork, stumpwork, and raised work. Stitches: Plaited Braid, Ceylon, Chain variations, Gobelin variations, Woven Spider Web. Prerequisite: ability to thread a needle. A handout, a bit of linen banding, gold and silver thread (Benton and Johnson) will be provided. STUDENTS SHOULD BRING a Needle, preferably handmade with a round eye ( a #9 or larger Japanese is available from Hedgehog Handworks and elsewhere, or Thoron at Griffin Dye Works makes them), Embroidery hoop, Scissors used for metal thread only, Extra light and magnification, if desired. Students must pre-register 2 weeks before Collegium to get a kit with gold and silver threads. Class size is limited to 15, please pre-register.
Instructor: Eowyn Amberdrake
SAT 2:00-3:50
Embroider a Scissors Case - Sewing Chatelaine Can't find your embroidery scissors? Are they poking holes through your pouch? An embroidered scissors case is just what you need! It will also protect your scissors from scratching! Students will make a fabric embroidery scissors case in class, and decorate it with embroidery stitches. No prior sewing experience is necessary. This is part of the Chatelaine-in-a-bag series of classes. Students will construct a scissors case, needlebook, cord to connect them, and a carrying pouch to hold them. Students can take one or all four classes. Teacher will provide Handout, and all material to construct an embroidered scissors case. Students should bring a pair of Scissors. Class size is limited to 10, please pre-register.
Instructor: Culfre MacQuohollistar
SAT 9:00-10:50
Exchequer 101
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This class is for Exchequers and people thinking of becoming one. Learn the duties before, during and after events, and the paperwork required.
Instructor: Aldgytha of Ashwood
SUN 2:00-3:50
Fiber Prep / Wool Part 1 This class will cover skirting, sorting, and washing of three different types of fleece to address both fleece differences as well as personal choices. Keep in mind that there are MANY sheep covering many time periods and geographic locations. This is a general class to give students the information and technique to pursue more specific goals in other venues. We will have lots of fun. BAAA! Part II of this class will take place Sunday. An open Fiber room will follow class for camaraderie, spinning, and other fiberish activities of your choice. All are welcome! (HEALTH NOTE: Students should be aware that we will be working with raw fleece. There will be vegetable matter and tags in the wool we work with. If you have any open wounds on your hands please wear gloves. It is recommended to be up to date on tetanus vaccinations.). Students will be provided with fleece and materials pertinent to accomplishing class goals.Wear an apron and garb that can get dirty, bring note taking materials. Class size is limited to 18, please pre-register.
Instructor: Astridr Selr Leifsdottir
SAT 11:00-12:50
Fiber Prep / Wool Part 2 This class will cover carding, combing, rolags, roving and the spinning thereof. Different tools will be used. Please bring your LABELED cards, combs, and any other fiber prep toys you have, as well as a wheel or drop spindle to class. The instructor will have some tools available to use. Emphasis will be on preparing fiber to spin. Spinning of prepared fiber will be as time allows. An open Fiber room will follow class for camaraderie, spinning, and other fiberish activities of your choice. All are welcome! (HEALTH NOTE: Students should be aware that, although fleece will be washed there may still be vegetable matter or tags in the wool we work with. It is recommended to be up to date on tetanus vaccinations.) Students will be provided with notes, fleece as well as other materials and tools pertinent to accomplishing class goals. Students should wear an apron to protect your clothes, bring note taking materials. Class size is limited to 18, please pre-register.
Instructor: Astridr Selr Leifsdottir
SUN 11:00-12:50
Games & Sports of the Elizabethan Renaissance
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This class is a survey of wide variety of sports and games that the Elizabethans enjoyed. In addition, we will discuss the political and social history of a wide variety of games from all levels of English society. Learn why modern football players have it easy, what game is symbolic of a castle siege, and the finer aspects of "shins." While the focus of this class is Elizabethan, most of the information will apply to the rest of Europe.
Instructor: Diego Rivera de Soldano
SAT 11:00-12:50
Gems Through Time A look at the gems in jewelry in period and everyday life. What people in period thought about gems then and how it effects us today. From jewelry to talisman to medieval use - get a look at how the medieval mind perceived and used their precious gems. We'll take a look at what is and what is not period jewelry. More things are period than you think, even faceted stones! We'll also talk about some of the myths and legends that go with some of the gems and still follow them today. Please bring things with you for questions and answers.
Instructor: Justina Marie de Burgundy
SUN 9:00-10:50
German Ladies Clothing c. 1475-1575 This class will review portraits, miniatures, and woodcuts depicting German women's fashions circa 1475-1575, and discuss existing garments. We will cover suggested construction, fabrics, colors, and accessories, with a goal of creating a complete "look."
Instructor: Arianna Kateryn Nunneschild
SAT 11:00-12:50
German Longsword 101 An introduction to German longsword techniques, footwork, & initial concepts. Student will require an unarmored combat longsword. Class size is limited to 16, please pre-register.
Instructor: Thorfinnr Bjarnason
SUN 11:00-12:50
German Longsword 201 Class will cover advanced sword techniques, use of the pommel, & crossed sword techniques. Student will require an unarmored combat longsword and should be familiar with German longsword, or have taken the 101 class. Class size is limited to 16, please pre-register.
Instructor: Thorfinnr Bjarnason
SUN 2:00-3:50
Glass Mosaic Cane Making You know how to research what beads you want to make, and already know something about actually making them. Take glass bead making to the next level and learn to make the mosaic canes that are used for mille fiore and other types of decorated beads. Class size is limited to 15, please pre-register.
Instructor: Cynthia de Wickersham
SUN 9:00-12:50
Heraldic Consultation Drop in class - No registration needed. This is an open forum in all areas of Heraldry that might interest the student. Heralds will be available for consultation on names and devices of a myriad of time periods and locations.
Instructor: Caidan College of Heralds
SAT 9:00-4:50
Heraldic Documentation You've decided to register a name and/or device, you want it perfect for you, and you want to get the College of Heralds to register it. Allow Bruce Draconarius, expert Crescent Herald Emeritus and Laurel King-at-Arms Emeritus to explain how to make this job easier for you, and more complete for the Heralds.
Instructor: Bruce Draconarius of Mistholme
SAT 4:00-5:50
Heraldic Garb: Beyond The Surcote When you think of medieval tournaments, what would they be without the bright fluttering banners, flashing colorful shields and roaring crowds dressed in garments of very shade and hue? Have you ever said I want heraldic garb, but I don't know what to do? Heraldry was displayed on many types of garb and accessories. This class will look at a number of examples of this treatment. Students will then see how their arms can be incorporated onto different shaped garments. Students will leave with a drawing of their arms on a template of garb of their choice.
Instructor: Illuminada Eugenia de Guadalupe
SAT 11:00-12:50
High Medieval English Knights "We all know all about knights in the High Middle Ages - right? So who were the unfree knights? Who were the knights errant? What was a "typical" knightly estate? Why did the number of knights fall dramatically in the early 13th century? How did the illiterate fighting knights in fealty to Henry I become the escheators and jurists - often able to read - serving Henry III and Edward I? How did Edward I's decisions affect the role of knights in warfare during the late middle ages? This class will survey knights in England from Hastings (1066) to the end of the high Middle Ages in about 1300, emphasizing the many changes in knighthood during the 13th century.
Instructor: Felinah Memo Hazara Khan-ad-Din
SUN 11:00-12:50
History Of Caid Join in an exploration of the early years of Caid, from the first even in Baron Pwyll pen Tyrhon of Angels' back yard forward to the first discussions of forming a Principality, the Rebellions, and the controversy surrounding the move to Kingdom Status. Find out who "Brother Sebastian" and "Herman de Medici" were, and what happened to "Clench-A-Wench" and "Duke, Duke, Duchess". Learn the origins of some of Caid's most enduring traditions, and hear tales of when we were all just learning to play the game. Handouts will be provided.
Instructor: Gabrielle NicChlurain & Jared Alexandre Blaydeaux
SAT 2:00-5:50
Horses Wear Clothing Too!
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You have fancy clothing. Your horse deserves fancy clothing also. This class will cover basic styles and ideas for improving the atmosphere by adding barding or caparisoning to your favorite steed.
Instructor: Elizabeth de Avonbury
SAT 9:00-10:50
How Fur Did They Go? An overview of how fur has been used in Medieval and Renaissance costuming and how to sew garb. The first part will be a discussion on the uses of fur in costuming and the second part will be a hands-on fur onto your demonstration of how to sew with fur. Pieces of fake fur to practice sewing on, thread and needles to sew with will be provided. Students should bring an exacto knife or a single edged razor blade.
Instructor: Huette Aliza von und zu Ahrens
SUN 2:00-3:50
Intermediate Concepts In Fencing The purpose of this class is to introduce students to more advanced techniques than are taught in standard Rapier 101 class. Though we may deal with some secondaries, the class will primarily deal with issues of Timing, Range, Body Geometry and Angulation. These concepts will base heavily on the techniques being taught in the 101 class. This will be a Heavy Rapier (i.e. Schlager) ONLY class, please bring gear for light contact drilling. This is an intermediate level class. Class size is limited to 16, please pre-register.
Instructor: Lot Ramirez
SAT 11:00-12:50
Intermediate Tribal Dance This is an intermediate class for those who have already learned the basics, but don't know what to do with them! We will focus on intermediate steps, cues, transitions, and improvisation. Must have prior knowledge of basic tribal style belly dance. handouts will be provided. Wear clothes you will dance in.
Instructor: Eabha inghean Domhnaill
SAT 2:00-3:50
Introduction to I.33 Learn the basics of the Sword & Buckler techniques of I.33. This introductory class will work with Unarmored Combat simulators and focus on the footwork, basic stances and strikes of the I.33 system. Class size is limited to 10, please pre-register.
Instructor: Kolbrandr Kolsson
SUN 9:00-10:50
Irish Story Telling Basic storytelling with hints for performance and material oriented to Irish Culture.
Instructor: Sean Michael Padraig of Sheep Haven
SAT 9:00-10:50
It's A Mock Court New to the SCA or just new to attending court? We will go through what you should expect at court. Who the essential people are "up there," what are they saying and why, when you get called to court. After this class you should be ready to attend court with confidence.
Instructor: Osanna de Fries
SAT 11:00-12:50
It's All In The Arrangement This will be a part listening/part discussion class for performers (and audiences) of all levels -- examples will show how an arrangement can change the same song (using examples from both commercial artists and SCA/RenFaire artists). Discussion will be on the particular problems of performing in an SCA context versus performing in a bardic/concert setting (and how modern audiences differ from period audiences), period music versus "period effect," how arrangements change the mood of a song, make it more accessible for modern audiences, etc., contrafactum (filking), and wherever the discussion leads us. Discography/bibliography of materials used as examples with sources, other reference materials will be provided.
Instructor: Eden Sommerhawke
SUN 2:00-3:50
Kingdom Of Heaven How historically accurate was the Ridley Scott movie? We'll look at the history of the Kingdom of Jerusalem, before, during and after the Crusades. Please watch the movie before coming to class!
Instructor: Ysabel d'Outremer
SUN 2:00-3:50
Leather Mask Making
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Leather can be molded to form very elaborate and decorative masks This hands on class will show you how to make a mask of your own design. A basic paper mask shape will be provided for drafting your design. Instructions will be available on how to wet-form the leather to produce curls, extensions, and other effects. After creating the mask, you can paint, dye, or embellish the mask with materials provided. Leather, basic mask pattern, tools, dyes, paints, etc. will be provided. Students should bring ideas for a mask design and sharpened pencil for drafting it on paper. Class size is limited to 12, please pre-register.
Instructor: Cyna Angielczyka (& Lord Red)
SUN 11:00-3:50
Line Dances Of Greek & Hebrew Culture
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This class will be part lecture, part dance practice. Cultural meanings, rites of passage, historical lecture first part of class, line dancing will be included. This class may be taught outside
Instructor: Alessandra Nicola Lurati
SUN 11:00-12:50
Lists 101 This class will cover the LISTS HANDBOOK, how to organize and run Lists, how to meet the SCA Inc. requirements regarding site waivers, how to organize and run a territorial Lists office, mandatory reports and paperwork requirements.
Instructor: Jana Aoibeall
SAT 2:00-3:50
Lost Wax Casting This class will combine a slide presentation and demonstration to explain the process and history of lost wax casting of metal artifacts. The class will cover multiple techniques, both ancient and modern, to achieve a high level of detail in a three-dimensional casting. The demonstration will cover most of the steps through static displays. But space and time permitting the class will finish with an actual melt and pour. This class has no pre-requisites. Students need only bring note-taking materials. Students wishing to closely observe the melt and pour should wear natural fibers and safety glasses.
Instructor: Njall Olaf Hagerson
SUN 11:00-12:50
Make a Viking Whipcord Braid - Sewing Chatelaine
FULL
Need a bodice tie? Looking for a drawstring? Want to make it yourself Fingerloop braiding is a fun, period method of cordmaking! Students will make a Viking whipcord suitable for tying together their scissors case and needle book in the style of Medieval Chatelaines. We'll also make a tassel to decorate the cord! No prior experience is necessary. This is part of the Chatelaine-in-a-bag series of classes. Students will construct a scissors case, needlebook, cord to connect them, and a carrying pouch to hold them. Students can take one or all four classes. Handout and all material to make a Viking whipcord braid and matching tassel will be provided. Students should bring scissors. Class size is limited to 10, please pre-register.
Instructor: Bridget Lucia MacKenzie
SAT 4:00-5:50
Market Baskets
CANCELLED
Learn to make your own basket for carrying your important items. Market Baskets are deep bottom and can hold most of your valuables without worrying that they will fall out. No experience needed -- just about everyone can do this. NOTE: last 2 hours are open to anyone who has made a basket in the past and needs help finishing it. All materials will be provided. Students should bring a towel to protect clothes (we work with wet stuff), rose clippers, metal knitting needle. Class size is limited to 10, please pre-register.
Instructor: Therese of the White Griffin
SAT 2:00-5:50
Marshalling 101 Basic Training 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 wants 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: Wulfric Thjostolfsson
SAT 9:00-10:50
Medieval & Renaissance Vocal Master class Learn the basics of pre-1600 singing technique. Find out REAL RANGE (its bigger than you think) and receive 1 on 1 coaching from instructor (limit 10 students) unlimited audits, however
Instructor: Elizaveta Arievna Lebedeva
SAT 2:00-3:50
Medieval Knitting
FULL
Learn basic knitting skills used pre-1600: casting on, the knit stitch, knitting in the round, casting off, stranded multi-colored knitting, the purl stitch and felting. There will also be an overview of extant knitted items from medieval Egypt, Spain, England, and Northern Europe; discussions of the techniques and materials used including felting knitted items. A limited number of take-home supplies will be available, including double pointed knitting needles, yarn, and patterns. A handout with patterns, a set of double pointed knitting needles, and yarn will be provided. Students know casting on, knitting, purling, and casting off and should bring a set of four or five size 5-8 double pointed needles and worsted weight yarn scraps in several colors, if they have them. Contact Mariam at with questions. Class size is limited to 15, please pre-register.
Instructor: Mariam Albarran
SAT 9:00-10:50
Medieval Rosary, The Prayer beads have been used by Christians, Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists and others for centuries. This class will go over historical examples of prayer beads, how they were used, and how they were made. Handouts will be provided.
Instructor: Donal O' Brien
SUN 2:00-3:50
Men's Italian Renaissance Clothing Through a review of portraits, miniatures, and frescoes depicting Italian men's fashions of the 1400s, this class will explore the dress of men of different ages, classes, and professions. We will discuss suggested construction, fabrics, colors, and accessories, with a goal of creating a complete "look."
Instructor: Arianna Kateryn Nunneschild
SAT 2:00-3:50
Merchant 101 A guide to the ins and outs of being a merchant in the Kingdom of Caid. Handouts including State Board of Equalization registration forms.
Instructor: Morgaine FitzStephen
SAT 11:00-12:50
Niallbinding Baby Steps Learn a simple nalbinding stitch from the very beginning. No experience needed. We will cover only a tiny bit of the history of nalbinding then get right into learning the stitch. Every student will get a needle and wool yarn to take home along with step by step instructions to make period mittens, socks or a hat. One wooden nalbinding needle, wool yarn and handouts will be provided. Students should bring note-taking materials and your favorite nalbinding needle if you have one. Class size is limited to 15, please pre-register.
Instructor: Medb Renata
SUN 9:00-10:50
No Electricity? How The Heck Am I Supposed To Cook? Few things create more of a historically accurate ambiance to your encampment than a brazier, cooking pots, and the smell of home-cooking. But how do you do it? This class will focus on wood-burning brazier cooking that you can learn to do for weekend camping events. Students will learn how to bake breads, make stews, and use other historical cooking techniques to make their own delicious and authentic dishes.
Instructor: Giuseppe da Borgia & Lasairfhiona nhe Chon Chonnacht
SAT 2:00-3:50
Non-traditional Monologue Sources Using Speeches, Letters, Journals, and More to Create a Unique Monologue (taking Living History to a new level--we will use the great oratories of military and political leaders to trial records of condemned traitors to create powerful material for SCA dramatic actors/bards.
Instructor: Elizaveta Arievna Lebedeva
SUN 11:00-12:50
Norse Embroidery We'll examine the techniques and motifs of the embroidery, and focus on the style and material possibilities particularly in comparison to the ideas about "Viking embroidery". May include hands on class time, so please bring a sewing kit with scissors, needles, thread and doodle cloth.
Instructor: Ciar bantiarna ingen Daire
INSTRUCTOR CHANGE
SAT 4:00-5:50
Opus Anglicanum Students will learn basic stitches used in Opus Anglicanum: split stitch and couch reutre while producing a medieval style figure. Provided kits: silk, gold background threads, linen w/ design drawn, needles. Students should bring embroidery hoop, scissors, note taking materials. Basic embroidery skills needed. Class size is limited to 15, please pre-register.
Instructor: Albra Katherine Marie Isabelle Bautiste
SAT 9:00-12:50
Painting 15th Century Italian Jewels
CANCELLED
A basic class on a special trompe l'oeil technique depicting a jeweled frame as illumination for court documents and award charters.
Instructor: Luciana Maria Novella di Carlo
SAT 11:00-12:50
Pattern Drafting Lab - Any Time, Any Place Assistance with drafting techniques taught in the Middle Eastern Costume class. Will also assist with Body Map Drafts. You must have taken Body Mapping, Kaftans and Coats or other pattern drafting classes. This is a practice, NOT a lecture. Please bring tape measure, pencil, grided or quilting ruler, paper scissors and any other drafting tools you may need. Paper, and some handouts will be supplied. Class size is limited to 20, please pre-register.
Instructor: Brianna JeNell Aislyn of Blue Shadows
SAT 4:00-5:50
Pearl & Bead Knotting Learn the fastest way there is to string and know pearls or beads. Class will be teaching one technique only, but we'll discuss others. This class will help all levels of skill, from those who always wanted to try it, to those who have been stringing for years. There are pointers and shortcuts for everyone to learn. Supplies will be provided to work with and practice on. Projects in progress or things needing repair welcome too. Additional supplies will be available for purchase from the teacher.
Instructor: Justina Marie de Burgundy
SAT 4:00-5:50
Period Hair Piece How To
CANCELLED
Construction of hair pieces, both synthetic and human for a variety of period styles. Hair pins and nets, and some synthetic hair will be provided. Students can bring anything they think will be useful.
Instructor: Lorissa du Griffin
SUN 9:00-10:50
Period Looking Rapier Armor For $30 For the rapier fighter who wants to look period on a budget, this class will examine the affordable alternatives to sweat pants, rough tunics and combat boots. Ease of construction and maintenance will be emphasized as well as low-cost design elements to add flash to your kit.
Instructor: Axel Stureovich
SUN 11:00-12:50
Pewter Casting A hands-on class. Using already carved molds, each student will be able to cast a pewter item. Class size is limited to 15, please pre-register.
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Instructor: Guillaume de St Michel & Christiana de Mandeville
SUN 11:00-12:50
Pewter Mold Carving A hands-on class. Students will carve their own molds for pewter casting. Class size is limited to 15, please pre-register.
Instructor: Guillaume de St Michel & Christiana de Mandeville
SUN 9:00-10:50
Practical Pell Practice If pounding a stationary post with a piece of rattan has lost its appeal, come see how to put some fun back into pell work. Guillaume will provide 10 exercises you can use (solo or with a partner) to improve your fighting skill in between fighter practice.
Instructor: Guillaume de la Belgique
SAT 11:00-12:50
Practice Session For Revels & Dances This class will focus on dances to be performed at the Black Rose Ball later in the year. Dances to be covered in this class include selections from Inns of Court, Orchesography, Italian balli, and others.
Instructor: Giuseppe da Borgia
SAT 11:00-12:50
Rapier 101 - Introduction To Rapier An introduction and overview of SCA Rapier combat, followed by a Question and Answer session, directed and open practice (if time and space allow). Course will include a discussion of rules, armor, weapons, tournament conventions, authorization process and melees as well as an open forum to address any further questions. Should time and space allow, I will cover basic footwork, blade-work and directed practice for those with equipment. Students should wear comfortable athletic shoes, long pants, long-sleeved shirt, gloves (not required, but useful). Limited Loaner gear is available.
Instructor: Meala Caimbuel
SAT 9:00-10:50
Rapier Marshalling Required Course for becoming a marshal for Rapier.
Instructor: Andre Rodriguez
SUN 9:00-10:50
Rapier Melee Tactics Class will cover small and large unit tactics. Learn how to fight in a doorway, on a bridge or any other place that will be used in a war scenario. Melee principals will also be covered such as line battles and safety issues. Class will be hands on, so come prepared to fight. Wear rapier armor, bring blades and secondaries. Some loaner gear may be available, but it is suggested that you contact instructor to verify.
Instructor: Muiriath mac Labhruinn
SUN 9:00-10:50
Roman & Romano-British Costume This class will give an overview of later Roman clothing styles focusing on the 1st through the 4th centuries. We will look at men's and women's garments, footwear, hairstyles and jewelry as well a basic patterns, fabrics and construction. Romano-British dress will also be touched on.
Instructor: Caterine de Venoix
SUN 2:00-3:50
Scriptorium Drop in class -- All day hands-on calligraphy and illumination. All are welcome to work on scrolls for those deserving souls who have earned them.
Instructor: Caidan College of Scribes
SUN 9:00-3:50
Sew a Bead Decorated Pouch - Sewing Chatelaine
FULL
Can't find your sewing kit? Need something to carry your scissors case and needlebook? Here's the class for you! Students will construct a lovely sewing kit pouch in class, and decorate it with bead work! No prior sewing experience is necessary. This is part of the Chatelaine-in-a-bag series of classes. Students will construct a scissors case, needlebook, cord to connect them, and a carrying pouch to hold them. Students can take one or all four classes. Handout and all material to construct a bead decorated pouch will be provided. Students should bring scissors. Class size is limited to 10, please pre-register.
Instructor: Sa'rnat Ingen Mhic Caille
SAT 2:00-3:50
Sewing For Beginners For the person who wants to get started on making garb, but has never or rarely sewn before. We will cover the use of commercial patterns, seam and finishing techniques, fabric selection, and much more. Students will get hands-on experience on garb from start to finish. If you'd like to bring your own portable sewing machine, please do; otherwise bring note-taking materials. Class size is limited to 20, please pre-register.
Instructor: Magdelene van den Velde
SAT 2:00-3:50
Sing Along With LyonSong Do you have a yen to do some part-singing but don't have any other parts to sing with? Then come on in and sing with LyonSong. Depending on the levels of those who attend the class, we will do some rounds, simple part songs, folk songs and madrigals. If you have any song in particular that you're just dying to do, please email Eden and we'll see what we can do. (Beginning singers -- or non-singers -- who would like to observe/audit the class are also welcome.) Class size is limited to 16, please pre-register.
Instructor: Eden Sommerhawke
SAT 4:00-5:50
So you want to be a scribe? Deciding you want to be a scribe was the hard part. We'll walk you through the steps to making charters and award documents. We'll also include information on the when and where of the local (and maybe not so local) Caidan Scriptoriums.
Instructor: Mathea Volpella da Perusia
SUN 11:00-12:50
Speaking Forthsoothly How to give a period flavor to your language. All the "thees & thous," "dost & doth," etc. will be made both crystal clear and fun in this 2 hour class. Sound as good as you look! Class open to teens as well as adults.
Instructor: Aurelia of Ashton
SUN 2:00-3:50
TIME CHANGE
Spices Rare & Costly See, Touch, Smell and Taste! This class will be a hands-on survey of the spices imported to Europe during the Middle Ages and Renaissance and used as status symbols as well as flavor by the Very Wealthy. Students will received samples of those spices not in common usage today and, if there is time, will create their own spice mixture. Spices and handouts provided. STUDENTS SHOULD BRING Mortar & pestle OR an electric spice grinder (a coffee grinder is OK if it has never been used for coffee), saffron if they want it in their spice mixture. Class size is limited to 10, please pre-register.
Instructor: Renata Kestryl of Highwynds
SUN 11:00-12:50
TIME CHANGE
Spin In Drop-In Spin-In. Whether you're an experienced fiber head, looking to spend some time with like minded people, or a beginner looking to take a spindle for a whorl, drop in to the Spin-In! We'll have spindles and fiber for you to try, experts to give your wheels a tune-up, and a nice relaxing way to spend the afternoon. No pre-registration is necessary.
Instructor: Bridget Lucia MacKenzie
SUN 2:00-3:50
Surviving Your First Year In the SCA A guide for newcomers on the essentials of being a part of the SCA. What to wear, what to bring to events, who to bow to, etc.
Instructor: Mauren Muir
SAT 9:00-10:50
Syrups & Sekanjabins Ever wondered how to make the sweetest of syrups and the tangiest of sekanjabins? Come and see how easy they are to make.
Instructor: Donal O'Brien & Lishka Cheglogova
SAT 4:00-5:50
Tablet Weaving-Brocading This class assumes some familiarity with weaving narrow bands with tablets. Learn how to do pick-up the way they did it 1,000 years ago and make your own beautiful trim. Handout with several different graphed designs taken from period sources will be provided. Students should bring an inkle loom and certain materials. Email instructor at for recommended materials list.Class size is limited to 10, please pre-register.
Instructor: Ciorstan MacAmhlaidh
SUN 11:00-3:50
Tournament Pole Arm Fighting This class will cover basic and advanced techniques in the use of polearms in Tournament combat. Equipment needed: Bring armor and weapons for full-speed drills. (All weapon styles will be useful to have on hand to demonstrate how to fight against them with a polearm).
Instructor: Baron Bartholomew Knowles
INSTRUCTOR CHANGE
SAT 2:00-3:50
Tourney Box Making A look at several styles of period boxes that work for tourney boxes. Some ideas to modify for SCA use. Discuss of what woods to use, tools needed and decoration. No experience needed. Students should bring notetaking materials. Class size is limited to 25, please pre-register.
Instructor: Thorvald Olafson
SAT 9:00-10:50
Tribal Improv Tips & Techniques We will be discussing a brief history of Tribal bellydance and bellydance in general as it has evolved through the centuries. This class will also focus on correct cues, formation styles, as well as correct stretching and conditioning exercises for bellydance. Basic moves will be taught and will progress to level changes and variations.
Instructor: Ysabel d'Outremer
SUN 9:00-10:50
Tunics To A "T" We will cover complete construction techniques, including several style options, for both Anglo-Saxon and Norman tunics. This class is great for both experienced and not-so experienced sewers. Class size is limited to 25, please pre-register.
Instructor: Morgana Horsekeeper & Ceridwen Killian
SUN 9:00-10:50
Turkish Bath (Ladies Only) Come learn about the history of the Turkish bath, try out some period beauty treatments & sample some Turkish desserts. Class size is limited to 25, please pre-register.
Instructor: Nisaa Karahisari
SUN 11:00-12:50
Unusual Marshalling Situations Roundtable A rountable discussion of "what if" situations to include a panel of marshals with various styles and opinions, to better explain how Unusual Situations might be handled.
Instructor: Wulfric Thjostolfsson
SAT 11:00-12:50
Viking Bed Building - Practical Class
CANCELLED
This class is a continuation of the previous Viking Bed class taught at the last Collegium. This class will take the classroom information and move it into the shop. We will attempt to build a queen sized Viking Slat Bed in the time allotted for the class. Materials: Tools and wood provided by instructor. Students should bring paper, pencil and tape measure. Class size is limited to 15, please pre-register.
Instructor: Snorri Snafari Bjornson
SAT 11:00-3:50
Web Mastering Learn some basics and some tips from Caid's Webmaster.
Instructor: Augustine Von Freiburg
SAT 9:00-10:50
Weight & Endurance Training for Fighters Learn what specific exercises will improve your speed, accuracy and hitting power. The program details a gym work out and a home work out. Both are very effective. Give yourself the advantage over your opponent, take the class.
Instructor: Gamel of Mottrum & Guillaume de la Belgique
SAT 4:00-5:50
What's With All Those "Crowns"? Why do you call one person Your Excellency and another Your Majesty? Why do we bow to and empty throne? What's with those white belts? Tired of running away when the Queen approaches because you're not sure how to address her? This will take you through the symbols of the Peerages and how to act in front of them.
Instructor: Osanna de Fries
SAT 4:00-5:50
Why Do They Give Out Awards? Ever wondered why all those people are being called up in court and what that award is all about? Why does that person have all those medallions? This class will go through the majority of awards presented in Caid, why they are presented, and how to recognize them.
Instructor: Elanna Blackfinn
SAT 2:00-3:50
Women's Italian Renaissance Clothing We will discuss design and construction techniques for ladies clothing during the Italian renaissance period, as well as how to transform simple tourney dress into a fancy court gown. All sewing levels welcome. Class size is limited to 25, please pre-register.
Instructor: Morgana Horsekeeper & Ceridwen Killian
SUN 11:00-12:50
Wreath Road Show You know what happens at the local Kingdom heraldry meeting. Now attend the meeting with Wreath Queen-at-Arms to see how your heraldic submissions is examined, researched and approved or returned at the National level. All territorial heralds are encouraged to attend the road show.
Instructor: Jeanne Marie Lacroix
SUN 2:00-3:50

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*** A Parent needs to accompany students under the age of 7 ***
Basic Runology What do those scratches really say? Learn to understand basic runic script using the Elder Futhark. Can you do more than write with them? Come along and discover the answer for yourself. Class size is limited to 15, please pre-register.
Instructor: Jens inn draumspaki
SAT 4:00-5:50
Dyeing For Youth Come learn to dye with kid-friendly agents. This class is based on Maestra Flavia's booklet, which she sells to the public through Griffin Dye Works for a mere $5, $1 of which is then donated to the barony etc of the buyer for the children's activities. Come see what it is all about and then buy your own copy for fun at home! Materials will be provided. Class size is limited to 10, please pre-register.
Instructor: Traverse Browne (Emma Wolvyne assisting)
SUN 2:00-3:50
Fairy Lore & Field Guides Learn all about the types of fairies your medieval friends told stories about and searched for, what to look out for, and create a field guide for identifying these fairies in the wild. Class size is limited to 15, please pre-register.
Instructor: Siobhan na bhFeadh
SAT 11:00-12:50
Fiber Arts Festival Of Fun This is a youth oriented version of the Spin-in. Come learn and explore a variety of fiber arts such as inkle loom, lucet, knitting, and crocheting. Those who wish can then attend the big spin-in for more practice and further instruction! Materials will be provided, but students are encouraged to bring their own if they have them. Class size is limited to 10, please pre-register.
Instructor: Traverse Browne (Emma Wolvyne assisting)
SUN 11:00-12:50
Leather Pouch For Medical Waivers This class is for children to make pouches to hold their REQUIRED medical authorization forms at events and War. This is a simple zippered pouch made from leather that will slide onto the belt. The children can decorate the pouch with leather stamps and markers during the class, and then sew up the pouch. All materials will be provided. This class is designed for children 7 and up. Class size is limited to 12, please pre-register.
Instructor: Red & Cyna Angielczyka
SAT 2:00-3:50
Medieval Knitting
FULL
(See above)
SAT 9:00-10:50
Papermaking For Kids Learn the traditional and modern ways to hand make paper and bring home a piece of your own creation. Since paper takes time to dry, their product will be ready to pick up on Sunday (or Saturday evening, if they don't mind it still being a bit wet). Class size is limited to 10, please pre-register.
Instructor: Siobhan na bhFeadh
SAT 2:00-3:50
Safe Harbor For The SCA A coloring/learning class for children and their parents that teaches what "heraldry" children can look for in case of emergencies. Promotes SCA community awareness of the need for "Safe Harbors" for lost, confused or frightened children. Class size is limited to 20, please pre-register.
Instructor: Lorissa du Griffin & Courtney of the White Meadow
SUN 11:00-12:50
Serendipity Saturday Come once again for games, crafts, and other fun for the younger ones! All materials will be provided. Class size is limited to 15, please pre-register.
Instructor: Emma Wolvena
SAT 9:00-10:50
Serendipity Sunday Come once again for games, crafts, and other fun for the younger ones! All materials will be provided. Class size is limited to 15, please pre-register.
Instructor: Emma Wolvena
SUN 9:00-10:50
Soda Pop Home-Brewing For Kids Learn the traditional and modern ways of home brewed sodas, and experiment with making some of your own to try in class or take home with you. All materials will be provided.
Instructor: Tighearnan Cearrbhach OFaolain
SAT 4:00-5:50
Speaking Forthsoothly (See above)
SUN 2:00-3:50
TIME CHANGE
Tunic Making 101 for Teens
CANCELLED
This is a class in which the student makes a tunic that is ready to wear at the next event. Each will take home a T-tunic personally embellished with trim. Sewing experience is mandatory. Students must already know how to sew a straight stitch and whip stitch by hand. Preregistration is strongly suggested. Fabric, thread, needles, sewing machine, beads, etc. will be provided. Each student should bring 5 yards of trim that has been prewashed and dried, no wider than 1 inch. Class size is limited to 5, please pre-register.
Instructor: Aelfwyn Wodende
SAT 11:00-12:50

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