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Last Modified: September 8, 2006

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A Field Guide to the Awards of Caid 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. Track
SCA Interests
Instructor: Elana Blakefenn
Saturday 11:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
A Newcomers Guide to the LA Fabric District This class will give an overview for shopping in the LA Fabric District. Topics will include: Getting There; Where to Shop; Where to Eat; How to Bargain; and Preparing to Go. It will also provide a high-level description of natural fabrics and how to identify them. Track
Textiles - Clothing 2
Instructor: Caterucia Bice da Ghiacceto
Saturday 11:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
A Short History of the Minnesingers A short history of the Minnesingers, the German knight-poets of the 12th and 13th centuries. Who were these composers of Middle High German lyric verse and what, or who, inspired their writings? Examples of the Minnesang will be offered for study. Track
Perform - Bardic
Instructors: Dietrich von Vogelsang & Beorn of the Northern Sea
Sunday 9:00 AM - 10:50 AM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Anatomy of a rapier tournament Whether you are contemplating entering or running a rapier tournament, this class will show you the steps involved. From signing up at lists, to falling down dead; this mock tournament will walk you through the process. Bring your armor and weapons and we will deconstruct and analyze each aspect of a tournament. Track
Combat - Rapier
Instructor: Meala Caimbeul
Saturday 9:00 AM - 10:50 AM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 20
Ancient Greek Mythology & Mythical Beasts This class will look at ancient Greek mythology and mythical beasts and how they influenced the beginnings of heraldry in the ancient world and medieval Europe ever after. Track
Heraldic
Instructor: Dirk Ivanovich
Saturday 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Archery 101 Introduction to archery in the SCA. Topics include equipment (with focus on wood arrows), techniques, rules, range safety and courtesy. A great opportunity to learn more about archery in the SCA. Good for non-archers, beginners, friends of archers and anyone else looking to brush up on archery information. Track
Combat
Instructors: Robert Lanternsmith & Philip Quartermain
Saturday 9:00 AM - 10:50 AM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 20
Archery Handbook - Updates & Revision Forum This forum is intended for all archers interested in the recent changes to the Archer's Handbook, the reauthorization process, the new marshal in training process and other important updates. All current Range Marshals, territorial Captains, Marshals in Training and archers are encouraged to attend. Track
Combat
Instructors: Christina O'Cleary & Allan Bluehood
Saturday 11:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Bawdy Period Songs Learn some period bawdy songs. Impress your friends with your knowledge of ancient double entendres. Taunt your enemies with amusing stories of sex and bodily functions. Embarrass your mother. ADULTS ONLY Track
Perform - Bardic
Instructor: Samuel Piper
Saturday 4:00 PM - 5:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Beading Jewlery Let your creativity run wild! Come and make a bracelet, necklace, anklet, or even decorate a site favor. Children of all ages are welcome in this class. Track
Youth - Young
Instructor: Siobhan na bhFeadh
Saturday 4:00 PM - 5:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Beginning Bellydance This class will focus on cueing, transitions and combinations. Basic knowledge of tribal style bellydance required. Track
Perform - Dance
Instructor: Genevieve d' Orleans
Saturday 9:00 AM - 10:50 AM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Beginning Chainmail Beginning Chainmail Track
Youth - Older
Instructor: Mael Anfaid MacLeoid
Sunday 9:00 AM - 10:50 AM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Beginning Chainstitch Embroidery Beginning Chainstitch Embroidery Track
Youth - Older
Instructor: Gwenyth fec Arthur
Saturday 4:00 PM - 5:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Beginning Heraldry You've seen all those banners but don't know where to start? Well here is the place. This is a beginner's class in Heraldry, discussing the coats of arms (devices) and how to register your chosen device. Track
Heraldic
Instructor: Vivienne de Lampiere
Saturday 9:00 AM - 10:50 AM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Beginning Illumination Beginning Illumination Track
Youth - Older
Instructor: Suzanne De La Plane
Saturday 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Beginning Tribal Belly Dance Beginning Tribal Belly Dance Track
Youth - Older
Instructor: Eabha inghean Domhnaill
Saturday 11:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Being a Territorial Seneschal Being a seneschal is not at hard as it looks, if you know how to do it. Come and find out what is involved in the job from running meetings to filling out paperwork. If you are a territorial seneschal or interested in being one, please attend. Track
SCA Officers
Instructor: Caidan Senechalate
Sunday 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Black Smithing Come learn the basics of blacksmithing. Track
Metalwork
Instructor: Antonio El Oso & Rock of Wintermists
Sunday 9:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(4 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Castle Entertainment for a Rainy Afternoon In 12th century, mysterious Marie de France wrote romantic and magical poetry that remains enjoyable and readable today. In this class, we will try to unravel her mystery and discover her poetry in a hands-on, engaging manner. Track
History
Instructor: Deirdre Oilithreach
Saturday 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Cloth Armour An overview of fabric armour used during the middle ages. In particular, we will discuss the evolution of the gambeson, the use of padded cuisses, as well as padded helm liners. Patterning options for maximum flexibility/movement will also be covered. Track
Textiles - Clothing 1
Instructor: Ceridwen Killian
Sunday 9:00 AM - 10:50 AM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Combat Archery 101:
Basic Combat Archery
Learn the basic skills of a combat archer on the SCA battlefield. This class will provide an introduction to the equipment, rules and techniques of SCA archery in armored combat war scenarios. Participants should bring any SCA legal archery equipment they wish to try. Do not bring target archery equipment. Track
Combat - Armored
Instructor: Ingilborg Sigmundardottir
Saturday 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Combat Archery 201:
Strategies for Success
An exploration of effective and creative battlefield tactics for archers in order to integrate with more traditional SCA battle units and tactics. Participants should bring any SCA legal archery equipment they wish to try. Some loaner equipment will be available. Do not bring target archery equipment. Track
Combat - Armored
Instructor: Ingilborg Sigmundardottir
Saturday 4:00 PM - 5:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 30
Combat Archery Marshalling The Class will cover SCA and Caid combat archery rules and conventions, marshalling techniques and Caid-legal equipment. Attendees should currently hold a heavy weapons marshal’s warrant or be familiar with Caid heavy weapons rules and conventions. Track
Combat - Marshalling
Instructor: Caidan Marshallate
Sunday 9:00 AM - 10:50 AM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Constable 101 This class is for Constables and people thinking of becoming one. Learn the duties before, during and after events, and the paperwork required. Required for territorial Constables. Track
SCA Officers
Instructor: Caidan Constabulary
Saturday 9:00 AM - 10:50 AM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Court Heraldry This class is for anyone interested in the fine art of court heraldry. Whether preparing court, running court, announcing a group for a presentation, or serving as back-court herald (traffic cop), there's are many ways to do the job. Come and learn that there's more to pageantry than just pretty clothes and banners. Track
Heraldic
Instructor: Cormac Mor
Saturday 11:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Courtly Love in All Its Unchaste Splendor This workshop will examine the erotic nature of 11th century courtly love. We will explore the 31 Rules of Love, and then conduct a faux Court of Love, where you will judge and sentence a lady accused of breaking an essential Rule of Love. ADULTS ONLY Track
History
Instructor: Ouregan filia Flavian
Sunday 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Cup of Wonder:
The Heritage of the Celts
A broad overview of the heritage left to us by the people we call the Celts. From their earliest migrations through the 17th Century, this will be a look at the social developments, arts, history and rich folklore of the people. We will examine the overflowing cup of wondrous depth that they have left to us. Track
History
Instructor: Baron Jared Alexendre Blaydeaux
Sunday 9:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(4 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Domostroi:
Russian Household in 16th-17th cc
"Domostroi" is the only surviving manual for a medieval Russian household, covering details from how to treat your servants to how to dress for a wedding. The class will refer to Pouncy's English translation of the incomplete text, as well as to the Russian original, and will include samples of the Domostroi food. Track
History
Instructor: Liudmila Vladimiorva doch'
Saturday 11:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 15
Dress Ornamentation in Northern Europe until 1000 AD, Jewelry, Belts and Accessories This class will cover a variety of techniques that were used to decorate and elaborate clothing in Northern Europe from the Roman period through the Viking Age, including jewelry and accessories. Track
Textiles - Clothing 1
Instructor: Helgi hrafnfæðir
Saturday 4:00 PM - 5:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Dress Ornamentation in Northern Europe until 1000 AD, Textiles, Weave and Stitching, Embroidery and Tablet Weaving This class will cover a variety of techniques that were used to decorate and elaborate clothing in Northern Europe from the Roman period through the Viking Age, including embroidery, weave structure, tablet weaving, applique, etc. Track
Textiles - Clothing 1
Instructor: Helgi hrafnfæðir
Saturday 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Drummers & Dancers Drumspeak/Intro to Doumbek Learn the basic drumming rhythms (Beladi, Ayoub,etc.). Learn the drumming rhythms and sound quality in the Djumbe vs. the Doumbek. Dancers: Learn to recognize and cue the lead drummer in any drum circle, come in dance gear and be ready for a freestyle drum circle at the end of class. Email instructor if drum is needed. Track
Perform - Dance
Instructor: Finieous Balzac
Saturday 4:00 PM - 5:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Exchequer 101 This is a basic Exchequer class; covers reporting and basic exchequer duties. Come see Dame Richenda tussle with technology and experience her incredible Power Point Presentation! Learn everything you need to know to be an exchequer! Required for all exchequers, all others welcome. Track
SCA Officers
Instructor: Richenda Coffin
Sunday 9:00 AM - 10:50 AM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Exchequer 201 Exchequer class for non-exchequers, or What Does This Mean, Anyway?? Designed for Seneschals and Landed Baronage, but all others welcome. Class will cover what information is in the exchequer report, how to find out what you want to know without getting lost in the details, and how to tell when things aren't going well. Track
SCA Officers
Instructor: Richenda Coffin
Sunday 11:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Fiber Spin-in Workshop Bring your spinning wheel, drop spinkle, loom or other fiber tools and get some work done on your fiber project. Bring that new wool you found to show off, or interesting new weaving book to share. Or, if you want to learn these skills in a fun and relaxed environment, join us and we can teach you how to spin or weave. Track
Textiles - Fiber 1
Instructor: Bridget Lucia MacKenzie
Saturday 4:00 PM - 5:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Field Guide to the Awards of Caid 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. Track
SCA Interests
Instructor: Elana Blakefenn
Saturday 11:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Fighting Basics:
Weapon and Shield
This class will provide an overview of elementary fighting techniques for tournament and war combat with sword and shield, including basic sword blows, and defensive techniques with heater and round shields. Fighters are encouraged to bring their own shields and one-handed weapon of preference. Track
Combat - Armored
Instructor: Gamyl of Mottrom
Saturday 9:00 AM - 10:50 AM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 10
German Headresses for Women 1490-1550 This class will cover the various types of headdresses worn by women in the Germanic regions between the years 1490-1550. Styles covered include the Steuchlein, Vacht, Bundlein. We will discuss the various styles as well as the components of each and possible methods of construction. Track
Textiles - Clothing 2
Instructor: Adelheit Schwarzenkatze
Saturday 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
German Longsword The German Longsword techniques of Johannes Liechtenauer started a tradition that lasted over 200 years. In this class we will study Liechtenauer's techniques with an emphasis on footwork and balance. Students should bring an unarmored combat longsword and protective gear. Track
Combat - Unarmored
Instructor: Thorfinnr Bjarnason
Saturday 9:00 AM - 10:50 AM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 15
Getting Good with a Great Sword Lessons for the intermediate fighter who wants to fight with, or achieve improved skills with a great sword in SCA tournament combat. Fighters will receive specific instructions on offensive and defensive techniques with bastard sword and great sword against similar weapons, and against weapon-and-shield fighters. Track
Combat - Armored
Instructor: Guillaume de la Belgique
Saturday 11:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 10
Got Fiber? Discussion on various fibers available for spinning, their characteristics and best use, how to spin it, and how/if used in period. Two very different fiber samples will be available to be spun by those comfortable spinning with own spindles at the end of class. Bring handspindle if you have them and know how to use them. Track
Textiles - Fiber 2
Instructor: Felice Filadoro
Saturday 9:00 AM - 10:50 AM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 20
Hands-on Absolutely Beginning Embroidery Hands-on class designed to teach absolutely beginning embroidery stitches. Students will complete a sampler including seven embroidery stitches - running, back, outline/stem, chain, laid/satin stitch, couching and herringbone. Bring scissors, and a small (5" or less) embroidery hoop if the student is comfortable using one. Track
Textiles - Fiber 1
Instructor: Su of the Silver Horn
Sunday 9:00 AM - 10:50 AM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 12
Heraldic Administrivia This class is for anyone interested in the finer details of being of being a territorial or consulting herald. Learn what administrative duties are required includeing copies of all standard forms. Additional helpful forms will be distributed. Track
Heraldic
Instructor: Su of the Silver Horn
Sunday 11:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
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. Track
Heraldic/Scribal
Instructor: Caidan College of Heralds
Saturday 9:00 AM - 5:50 PM
(8 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Heraldic Roadshow, Processing Submissions:
Beyond Coloring Forms
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; then on Sunday, attend the roadshow to see the research and processing that is required to forward your submission to Laurel and the College of Arms. Track
Heraldic
Instructor: Lachlan of Cromarty
Sunday 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Herbs in Medieval Cooking This class will cover some of the more common herbs used in medieval cooking. Samples of the herbs will be available for students to taste. If you have an allergy to any herbs, you should be aware that samples will be circulating in the classroom. Track
Cooking
Instructor: Adelicia of Caithness
Sunday 9:00 AM - 10:50 AM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Herbs Plus Wort Equals Gruit Ale Around the world brewers use hops to impart bitterness, flavor and aroma profiles to the beers they brew. Before hops gained their universal appeal, brewers used a wide variety of spices and herbs to flavor their ales. This mixture of herbs and spices is called gruit. Find out how to brew your own gruit ale. Track
Cooking
Instructor: Donal O’Brien
Saturday 4:00 PM - 5:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Historical Leather Decoration This class will explore the methods and types of decoration used on leather items throughout history. It will include lots of pictures of extant examples, as well as archaeological evidence. Modern recreations of different techniques will also be shown. Examples of the tools used will also be available, with the possibility of limited 'hands-on' experimentation possible. Track
woodwork / leatherwork
Instructor: Czina Angielczyka
Sunday 11:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
History of SCA Heraldry This class will discuss how heraldry is used in the SCA and look at the arms of groups within Caid and Kingdoms of the Knowne World. Track
Heraldic
Instructor: Balthazar van der Brugghe
Sunday 9:00 AM - 10:50 AM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
How the Tudors danced:
Dances from Gresley
In the mid 1980’s, a scholar chanced upon a journal in a library outside of London which contained the music and choreographies of several dances which have been dated back to the late 1400’s. In this class, we will discuss some dance theory with the largest emphasis being on performing the dances themselves. Track
Perform - Dance
Instructor: Giuseppe Francesco da Borgia
Saturday 11:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
How to Develop Your Persona Types of personas most folk choose and where to go from there. Track
SCA Interests
Instructor: Marie de Womwell
Saturday 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
How to Look Like You Stepped Out of a Portrait Have you ever wonder how some costumers look like they just stepped out of a portrait? This class will cover how to analyze portraits; research, document and plan your outfit; choose the right accessories; and add finishing touches. Track
Textiles - Clothing 2
Instructors: Adelheit Schwarzenkatze & Caterucia Bice da Ghiacceto
Saturday 4:00 PM - 5:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
How to Run a Lyst This class will cover all the basics of how to run a tournament list from signing people on the list to filling out your paperwork at the end of the day. Track
SCA Officers
Instructor: Jana Aoibeall
Saturday 4:00 PM - 5:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Intermediate I.33:
Binding with Sword & Buckler
This class focuses on the intermediate techniques of binding and how binding changes the flow and tone of combat. Please bring an unarmored combat simulator, buckler (12" or smaller) and helmet if you have them. Track
Combat - Unarmored
Instructor: Kolbrandr Kolsson
Sunday 11:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 15
Intermediate Pewter Demo There is no pre-requisites for this demonstration of pewter casting. The class will cover laying out, carving and casting pin back pewter badges. There will be a brief discussion of historic perspective to fill dead air while the class settles in. (Not too much history I promise.) Track
Metalwork
Instructor: Gerhart v. Altenberg
Saturday 9:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(4 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Intermediate Tribal Combinations for Belly Dance  This is an intermediate class for those who know the basics, but don't know what to do with them! This class will work on drills and exercises, as well as improvisational dancing. You will learn several combinations that can be used around campfires for troupe dancing, focusing on technique and transitions. Track
Perform - Dance
Instructor: Eabha inghean Domhnaill
Saturday 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Introduction to Armour construction Explanation and demonstration of basic techniques for the construction of armour. Students will be shown tools and tips on how to build a SCA harness. Including how to make some of the tools needed. Track
Metalwork
Instructor: Darius von Tannenberg
Sunday 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 20
Introduction to I.33:
Sword & Buckler
This class focuses on the basics of footwork and techniques of the sword and buckler combat. Please bring an unarmored combat simulator, buckler (12" or smaller) and helmet if you have them. Track
Combat - Unarmored
Instructor: Kolbrandr Kolsson
Sunday 9:00 AM - 10:50 AM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 15
Introduction to SCA fencing
(Rapier 101)
This is an introductory class for anyone starting, or interested in SCA rapier combat. Basics of armor, weapons, and combat convention of tournament and melees will be covered. If time and space allows, there will be some drills or open sparing. Bring rapier armor and equipment. Track
Combat - Rapier
Instructor: Meala Caimbeul
Saturday 11:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 20
Introduction to the tools and techniques of repoussé and chasing In this class, students will be shown some of the tools and techniques for creating a repoussé object. Once the student has seen the techniques, they will be given two tool steel blanks to make two tools, a pitch frame, and a piece of copper sheet. The whole class will then make a simple brooch using these new techniques and tools. Track
Metalwork
Instructor: Otuell Gowe
Saturday 2:00 PM - 5:50 PM
(4 Hours)
Max Students: 6
It takes How Many yards? This class will cover those costumes using the highest conspicuous consumption of fabroic known to man. Turn 9 yards of fabric into not three, not two, but only one gown! Covers Houppelandes for both men and women, Burgundiuan gowns, and accessories. Track
Textiles - Clothing 2
Instructor: Magdelene van den Velde
Saturday 9:00 AM - 10:50 AM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Italian Longsword We will use a handful of postures & techniques from the traditions of Fiore dei Liberi & Fillipo Vadi to provide an accessible & well-rounded snapshot of Italian longsword. No actual fighting, but controlled drills with metal weapons. Protective gear is recommended. Students should bring an Unarmored Combat Longsword. Track
Combat - Unarmored
Instructor: Giacomo Cavalli
Saturday 4:00 PM - 5:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 15
It's a Mock 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. Track
SCA Interests
Instructor: Osanna de Fries
Saturday 4:00 PM - 5:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
It's All in the Finishing Finishing touches make the difference between a homemade and a well made look. A good finish will give a garment a more professional fit and appearance. Learn tips and tricks to get the finish you are looking for. Track
Textiles - Clothing 2
Instructor: Illora of the west lea
Sunday 9:00 AM - 10:50 AM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
King Arthur on King Arthur An overview of the history and myths of the legends of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table with behind the scenes insights from the 2006 stage production of "Camelot". Scenes from the show, and tales from the dressing rooms, illustrate the romance and characters of Arthurian legend. Track
History
Instructor: Duke Guillaume de la Belgique
Saturday 4:00 PM - 5:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Kitchens in History Has the kitchen changed much in 2,000 years? This class will be a one-hour round robin discussion of the kitchen throughout our period of concern. Cooking methods, tools and technology are among the topics to be discussed. All levels of society will be discussed. Come and join our discussion around the kitchen table. Track
Cooking
Instructor: David of Caithness
Saturday 9:00 AM - 10:50 AM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Knitting Stitches Used in Eleanora de Toledo's Lace Stockings Using Eleanora di Toledo's knitted red silk stockings as a reference, you will learn all the lace stitches and patterns used in creating one of the most famous knitted artifacts found. Take part two to learn sock construction, and you can make yourself a pair of socks fit for a queen! Track
Textiles - Fiber 1
Instructor: Mariam Albarran
Sunday 11:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 10
Magic of Storytelling If you loved the myths and legends of yore, have an active imagination you want to share, or you just want to see what it's all about, join us! We will talk about types of storytelling, it's history, and share some tips and tricks for storytelling in the SCA. This class is energetic, and folks will get a chance to participate. Track
Perform - Bardic
Instructor: Thomas Whiteheart
Saturday 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Making a Dance Belt Making a Dance Belt Track
Youth - Older
Instructor: Jolie Delarue
Saturday 9:00 AM - 10:50 AM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Making Bread & Cheese at a Tourney Are you looking for something different for lunch at a Tourney? Try making your own hot bread and fresh cheese to be enjoyed on site. We will take you step by step through the process so you can amaze your friends and have a delicious lunch. Wear closed toed shoes and clothes comfortable for cooking. Track
Cooking
Instructors: Adelicia of Caithness & Toline of Arundel
Saturday 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Marozzo's Guard of the Head This class will emphasize a favorite guard from Marozzo's system of spada combat. After an overview of the fundamentals of the system, we will focus on the guardia di testa: how to form it, what it's good for, and how it is incorporated into combat. Students should bring a single-handed sword (metal, wood, etc.) and a buckler. Track
Combat - Unarmored
Instructor: Magdalene van den Velde
Saturday 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 15
Marshalling 101 Basic Training for Combat Field Workers - Recommended for Marshal’s in Training and Marshals. Entry-level class for learning the basics of marshaling. Any age may attend the class, but some positions require you be age 18+ in order to do the job. Track
Combat - Marshalling
Instructor: Caidian Marshallate
Saturday 9:00 AM - 10:50 AM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Marshalling 201 Recommended for Warranted Marshals and Senior Marshals. This is a mandatory class for warrants. Class covers topics necessary for Warranted Marshals to know. There is field work requirement to accompany this class; time to be arranged with the instructor. Track
Combat - Marshalling
Instructor: Caidian Marshallate
Saturday 11:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Marshalling Roundtable A general roundtable discussion for any questions not covered in the Marshal's Handbook. Need to tell a fighter that his armor isn't quite up to snuff? Is Joe Newfighter not able to feel any blows through his new suit of Amour? These and many other interesting questions may be answered during the course of this discussion. Track
Combat - Marshalling
Instructor: Caidian Marshallate
Saturday 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Medieval & Rennaissance Vocal Masterclass Improve your range, projection, vocal clarity, and tone, while learning to incorporate pre-1600 vocal technique. There will be an overview of medieval and rennaissance vocal technique then each student will have an opportunity to work one-on-one with the instructor. Please prepare a pre-1600 song to work on. Audits are welcome. Track
Perform - Bardic
Instructor: Elizaveta Arievna Lebedeva
Saturday 11:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 8
Medieval Chests - build your own 6 board chest Students will then build a basic 6 board chest appropriate to most SCA personas using hand tools. Each completed chest will be taken home by the student. The class can be audited by anyone that does not wish to build their own chest. Bring basic carpentry tools, handsaw, hammer, pencil and ruler if you have them. Track
woodwork / leatherwork
Instructor: Eirikr Mjoksiglandi
Saturday 2:00 PM - 5:50 PM
(4 Hours)
Max Students: 8
Medieval German Wrestling In this class we will study the basics of the German Wrestling systems. The German wrestling techniques that we will study include methods to close and grapple as well as finishes. There will be some gentle Grappling in this class. Students should bring a pair of gloves. There will be some gentle grappling in this class. Track
Combat - Unarmored
Instructor: Thorfinnr Bjarnason
Saturday 11:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 10
Melee Fighting The dynamics for fighting in a melee are different then in single combat. Come learn about working on a line, small unit tactis and being part of the team. Please bring rapier armor and equipment as we will be doing some practical work if possible. Track
Combat - Rapier
Instructor: Lot Ramirez
Sunday 11:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Moving First & Rolling with the Situation In what's commonly a game of attacking unopposed or counterattacking into the attack, we will move first & control the flow that follows. The intertwined nature of feints & disengages will be examined through application, using single sword as well as sword & dagger. Track
Combat - Rapier
Instructor: Giacomo Cavalli
Saturday 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
My Child Wants to Fight, Now What? We will go over the armor, equipment and weapons requirements for Youth Combat including how to cunstruct those items which you can make at home. This class will cover all age groups, 6 and under, 7 to 9, 10 to 13 and 13-15. Advice will be given as well to parents of 16 to 17 years olds who wish to participate in SCA Combat. Track
Combat
Instructor: Timothy the Procrastinator
Saturday 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Non-Fighter's Guide to SCA Fighting The purpose of this class is to explore the rules, customs and technical details behind all the crashing and bashing. Students will observe real fighters in order to better understand the construction armor, the mechanics of a "good" blow, and other details that will help non-fighters enjoy the many aspects of watching tournament combat. Track
Combat - Marshalling
Instructor: Felinah Memo Hazara Khan-ad-Din
Saturday 4:00 PM - 5:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Overview of Norse Clothing If you have seen Norse clothing on someone else and want some for yourself, this class is for you! This overview will cover the very basics - what garments were worn, how they are engineered and where you can get more information. We will also cover beaded accessories and allow trying on some garments if there is time. Track
Textiles - Clothing 1
Instructor: Su of the Silver Horn
Saturday 9:00 AM - 10:50 AM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Paper Bag Hats Come and make a wonderful and fun hat out of a paper bag! Paint will be involved. We will have t-shirts to cover your clothing. Track
Youth - Young
Instructor: Kym Broderick
Saturday 9:00 AM - 10:50 AM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Patterning Lab Consultation and patterning assistance. Students should bring designs/patterns they need assistance with. Bring paper scissors, masking tape, and colored pencils. Track
Textiles - Clothing 1
Instructor: Brianna Je Nell Aislynn of Blue Shadows
Sunday 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 15
Patterning Theory for late 15th Century Northern European Clothing Overview of basic garment pieces in Flemish and Germanic late 15th C. Clothing, male and female. Analysis of probable evolution and cutting diagrams. May cover early 16th C. if there is time. Students should have a basic sewing skills and some pattern drafting knowledge. Track
Textiles - Clothing 1
Instructor: Brianna Je Nell Aislynn of Blue Shadows
Sunday 11:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 15
Period Musical Instruments Come see many of the most popular instruments of the Renaissance and Medieval periods. Hear them, touch them, learn when they were in use, how they were used, why they went out of style. Track
Perform - Bardic
Instructor: Samuel Piper
Saturday 11:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Period Pouch Game Period Pouch Game Track
Youth - Older
Instructor: Deirdre McCabe
Sunday 11:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Phoenix Players This is a class for students who play an instrument that works well in a group setting. We will be focusing on dance music that is popular at Caidan revels. Bring an instrument and music stand if you have one. Track
Perform - Bardic
Instructor: Finella Harper
Sunday 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Planning and Documenting your Pentathlon Project This class will cover the process of creating a Pentathlon entry, from the creation of the initial idea, determining the scope of the project, designing the entry, finishing the piece, and typing up and editing your documentation. Track
SCA Officers
Instructor: Helgi hrafnfæðir
Saturday 11:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Practical Camp Cooking Learn how to organize and run a camp kitchen for SCA camping events. We will cover planning, equipment, shopping, cooking, storage and other practical considerations. We will also share some of our most popular recipes with a focus on comfort food. Track
Cooking
Instructor: Medb Renata
Saturday 11:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Practical Scribing 100
What you need to know to be a Scribe
Class will cover tools and tips for calligraphy, illumination and layout as well as scroll assignments, order of attack for scroll making, ideas for scroll designs, and what to do if something goes wrong. Track
Heraldic/Scribal
Instructor: Mistress Aliskye MacKyven Raizel
Saturday 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 15
Practical Scribing 101
Basic Layout
Basic scroll layout class focusing on the Gothic Bar and Ivy style. Students will have a chance to do the layout for a basic Award of Arms scroll. Class will cover elements required on a scroll such as blazon, emblazon and signature blocks as well as design ideas. Track
Heraldic/Scribal
Instructor: Mistress Aliskye MacKyven Raizel
Saturday 11:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 10
Putting the Practice Back in Fighter Practice Fighter practice should be more than just a series of sparring matches! This class will present a series of practical exercises and armored games that can be used to improve specific SCA combat skills - without taking the “fun” out of fighter practice. This will be an “armored participation” class, but unarmored spectators are welcome. Track
Combat - Armored
Instructor: Guillaume de la Belgique
Sunday 11:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 14
Rapier 101 - Drills & Practice This class covers the practical aspects of learning to fence in the SCA. We will practice stance, movement, attacks & defenses. Bring rapier armor, swords and secondaries. Track
Combat - Rapier
Instructor: Marcos de la Cruz
Saturday 4:00 PM - 5:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Rapier Marshalling Learning the basics of marshaling rapier combat. This class is required to receive a marshal's warrant. Track
Combat - Marshalling
Instructor: Caidian Marshalate
Sunday 9:00 AM - 10:50 AM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Rapier Practicum Now that you have taken all those interesting classes, come work on them in a real combat situation while it is still fresh in your mind. There will be experienced fighters on hand to ask questions and help you figure out why something works or doesn't work. Bring your rapier equipment and your questions. Track
Combat - Rapier
Instructor: Lot Ramirez
Sunday 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Redaction 101:
How to cook from period sources
Fans of history and cooking can appreciate the fun and challenge associated with redacting recipes from period sources. But sometimes, this is easier said than done. This class will focus in on discussing some of the challenges associated with interpreting recipes from original sources, and applying them in an SCA setting. Track
Cooking
Instructor: Giuseppe Francesco da Borgia
Sunday 11:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Roman Clothing for women and Girls This class will focus on Roman women's and girl's clothing and accessories from aproximately the 1st through the 3rd century A.D. We will discuss fabrics, sewing, jewelry, footwear, hairstyles and cosmetics. If time allows, men's clothing can be briefly touched on. Track
Textiles - Clothing 1
Instructor: Caterine Barre de Venoix
Saturday 11:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Sand Castles Bring your imagination and come build the sand castle of your dreams out of everyday items like empty cardboard tubes, colored sand, glue. Fire Breathing dragons and moats not included. Track
Youth - Young
Instructor: Broinnfind Caireach of Black Moor
Saturday 11:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
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. Track
Heraldic/Scribal
Instructor: Caidan College of Scribes
Sunday 9:00 AM - 3:50 PM
(6 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Serendipity Room Serendipity Room Track
Youth - Young
Instructor: Siobhan na bhFeadh
Sunday 9:00 AM - 10:50 AM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Sewing for Beginners A class for people who are new to sewing. It will cover the fundamental basics of fabric selection, patterns (commercial and home-made), and basic sewing machine use. Students will get hands-on experience with sewing a garment from start to finish. Track
Textiles - Clothing 2
Instructor: Morgana Horsekeeper
Sunday 11:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Short History of the Minnesingers A short history of the Minnesingers, the German knight-poets of the 12th and 13th centuries. Who were these composers of Middle High German lyric verse and what, or who, inspired their writings? Examples of the Minnesang will be offered for study. Track
Perform - Bardic
Instructors: Dietrich von Vogelsang & Beorn of the Northern Sea
Sunday 9:00 AM - 10:50 AM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Sing for the Dream - Recapturing the Joy This class will examine the role of the bard, in the SCA, outside of bardic circles and competitions. Learn ways to incorporate your persona in your bardic performance and how to seek out an audience. We will examine different categories of SCA appropriate material and share some examples for everyone to take home. Track
Perform - Bardic
Instructors: Domhnall mac Pharlain & Beathog nic Dhonnchaidh
Saturday 9:00 AM - 10:50 AM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Spice Chest This class will give a general survey of what would have been in the “spice chest”. Track
Cooking
Instructor: Magdalene Katherine MacDonald
Saturday 11:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
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. Track
SCA Interests
Instructor: Marie de Womwell
Saturday 9:00 AM - 10:50 AM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Tablet Weaving Without Trauma Learn how to warp your loom, manipulate the cards, and begin to make designs. History of and uses for tablet weaving will be discussed. Bring 17 cards, scissors, two c-clamps or an inkle loom, a shuttle, and yarn (2 spools of a base color and 2 spools of a contrasting color, one spool of black and one spool of white.) Track
Textiles - Fiber 1
Instructor: Thea Northernridge
Saturday 9:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(4 Hours)
Max Students: 25
The Magic of Storytelling If you loved the myths and legends of yore, have an active imagination you want to share, or you just want to see what it's all about, join us! We will talk about types of storytelling, it's history, and share some tips and tricks for storytelling in the SCA. This class is energetic, and folks will get a chance to participate. Track
Perform - Bardic
Instructor: Thomas Whiteheart
Saturday 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
The Spice Chest This class will give a general survey of what would have been in the spice chest. Track
Cooking
Instructor: Magdalene Katherine MacDonald
Saturday 11:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
The Well-Heeled Lady:
Knitting the Heels & Toes For Eleanora de Toledo's Stockings
Students must be able to cast on (preferably using the long-tail method), knit, and purl, either English (throwing) or Continental style. Students will need to be able to knit using double-pointed needles working in the round. Bring one set of 4 or 5 double pointed needles (size 7 or 8) , scissors, and a needle with a large eye. Track
Textiles - Fiber 1
Instructor: Medb Renata
Sunday 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 10
Throwing the Combat Javelin Learn how to throw a heavies combat javelin for effect. Warm-up and throwing techniques will be discussed and practiced against a target. Also discussed will be construction of a combat javelin, as well as battlefield strategies for javelin throwing by skirmishers, shield fighters, and archers. Track
Combat - Armored
Instructor: Decimus Caelius Drusus
Sunday 9:00 AM - 10:50 AM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 10
Tribal Conditioning Drills & Combinations This class will cover conditioning for dance performance and will move from basic to intermediate Tribal Combinations to various music forms. We will also cover performance basics--performing in formation at various SCA events. This class will conclude with open dance to live drumming. Track
Perform - Dance
Instructor: Mandalyn Lurati
Sunday 11:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Tunics to a "T" A class for the beginning costumer, we will look at how assorted stylistic variations can be made on this simple pattern to work as a basic outfit that will work for many personas. A brief overview will be followed by a "hands on" patterning session. Track
Textiles - Clothing 2
Instructors: Morgana Horsekeeper & Ceridwen Killian
Sunday 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 20
Viking Hand Puppets Do you get lonely on the long ships during the pilage season? Come make your own Viking buddy. He'll keep you company on those long trips to England. All are welcome. Even berzerkers! Track
Youth - Young
Instructor: Siobhan na bhFeadh
Saturday 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Viking Whipcord Braid Need a bodice tie? Looking for a cord to tie your armor together You can make it using a braiding pattern that is documented back to the Viking era. Come as a team of 3 if possible, or we will group you with other folks to whip a 2-color braid together. Ages 11 to adult are welcome. This is a fun and energetic class! Track
Textiles - Fiber 1
Instructor: Bridget Lucia MacKenzie
Saturday 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 12
Webwright Roundtable This roundtable is for territorial webwrights and those interested in being a webwright. All are welcome to be part of the discussion. Track
SCA Officers
Instructor: Matheus Faelan Reyner
Saturday 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Well-Heeled Lady:
Knitting the Heels & Toes For Eleanora de Toledo's Stockings
Students must be able to cast on (preferably using the long-tail method), knit, and purl, either English (throwing) or Continental style. Students will need to be able to knit using double-pointed needles working in the round. Bring one set of 4 or 5 double pointed needles (size 7 or 8) , scissors, and a needle with a large eye. Track
Textiles - Fiber 1
Instructor: Medb Renata
Sunday 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 10
What is Chivalry? A Round-Table Discussion There are few subjects more diverse, complex and misunderstood than chivalry and “points of honor” on the SCA fighting field. This class will provide some depth and background to the conventions of chivalry from a fighter’s perspective through a round-table discussion of the fine points of fighting etiquette. Track
Combat - Armored
Instructor: Guillaume de la Belgique
Sunday 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
What's In Your Spinning Kit? A group discussion and checklist building exercise on how to be better prepared for handspinning fibers away from home, whether it be at a class or guild meeting and/or for public spinning demonstrations. Track
Textiles - Fiber 2
Instructor: Felice Filadoro
Saturday 11:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 20
Woven Belt Pouches Woven Belt Pouches Track
Youth - Older
Instructor: Jolie Delarue
Sunday 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Your Device & What to do with it! Your device has passed! Congratulations! Now what do you do with it? Come learn different ways to use and display your heraldry. Track
Heraldic
Instructor: Illuminada Eugenia de Guadalupe y Godoy
Saturday 4:00 PM - 5:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Youth Combat Fighter Practice Young people up to 13 years old may use loaner armor (ages 13 to 17 must bring their own) and receive training from adult heavy weapons and rapier fighters. Adult fighters are requested to attend. Fighter authorizations will be available. Track
Combat
Instructor: Timothy the Procrastinator
Saturday 4:00 PM - 5:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Youth Combat Fighter Practice Young people up to 13 years old may use loaner armor (ages 13 to 17 must bring their own) and receive training from adult heavy weapons and rapier fighters. Adult fighters are requested to attend. Fighter authorizations will be available. Track
Combat
Instructor: Timothy the Procrastinator
Sunday 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Youth Combat Marshalling Desire to become a Youth Combat Marshal for the Kingdom of Caid. This class is open to students ages 13 and above. Track
Youth - Young
Instructor: Timothy the Procrastinator
Sunday 11:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Zils and Frills This class is designed for bellydance embellishments. We will learn basic zilling rhythms. A basic pattern for a stretch choli, 3-panel skirt and tassle belt making will be provided as well as a list of fabric resources in the downtown LA fabric mart to assist in your costuming needs. Please bring your own zils. Track
Perform - Dance
Instructor: Brangwyne de Vitre
Sunday 9:00 AM - 10:50 AM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25

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*** A Parent needs to accompany students under the age of 7 ***
Beading Jewlery Let your creativity run wild! Come and make a bracelet, necklace, anklet, or even decorate a site favor. Children of all ages are welcome in this class. Track
Youth - Young
Instructor: Siobhan na bhFeadh
Saturday 4:00 PM - 5:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Beginning Chainmail Beginning Chainmail Track
Youth - Older
Instructor: Mael Anfaid MacLeoid
Sunday 9:00 AM - 10:50 AM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Beginning Chainstitch Embroidery Beginning Chainstitch Embroidery Track
Youth - Older
Instructor: Gwenyth fec Arthur
Saturday 4:00 PM - 5:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Beginning Illumination Beginning Illumination Track
Youth - Older
Instructor: Suzanne De La Plane
Saturday 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Beginning Tribal Belly Dance Beginning Tribal Belly Dance Track
Youth - Older
Instructor: Eabha inghean Domhnaill
Saturday 11:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Making a Dance Belt Making a Dance Belt Track
Youth - Older
Instructor: Jolie Delarue
Saturday 9:00 AM - 10:50 AM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Paper Bag Hats Come and make a wonderful and fun hat out of a paper bag! Paint will be involved. We will have t-shirts to cover your clothing. Track
Youth - Young
Instructor: Kym Broderick
Saturday 9:00 AM - 10:50 AM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Period Pouch Game Period Pouch Game Track
Youth - Older
Instructor: Deirdre McCabe
Sunday 11:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Sand Castles Bring your imagination and come build the sand castle of your dreams out of everyday items like empty cardboard tubes, colored sand, glue. Fire Breathing dragons and moats not included. Track
Youth - Young
Instructor: Broinnfind Caireach of Black Moor
Saturday 11:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Serendipity Room Serendipity Room Track
Youth - Young
Instructor: Siobhan na bhFeadh
Sunday 9:00 AM - 10:50 AM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Viking Hand Puppets Do you get lonely on the long ships during the pilage season? Come make your own Viking buddy. He'll keep you company on those long trips to England. All are welcome. Even berzerkers! Track
Youth - Young
Instructor: Siobhan na bhFeadh
Saturday 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Woven Belt Pouches Woven Belt Pouches Track
Youth - Older
Instructor: Jolie Delarue
Sunday 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Youth Combat Fighter Practice Young people up to 13 years old may use loaner armor (ages 13 to 17 must bring their own) and receive training from adult heavy weapons and rapier fighters. Adult fighters are requested to attend. Fighter authorizations will be available. Track
Combat
Instructor: Timothy the Procrastinator
Saturday 4:00 PM - 5:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Youth Combat Fighter Practice Young people up to 13 years old may use loaner armor (ages 13 to 17 must bring their own) and receive training from adult heavy weapons and rapier fighters. Adult fighters are requested to attend. Fighter authorizations will be available. Track
Combat
Instructor: Timothy the Procrastinator
Sunday 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25
Youth Combat Marshalling Desire to become a Youth Combat Marshal for the Kingdom of Caid. This class is open to students ages 13 and above. Track
Youth - Young
Instructor: Timothy the Procrastinator
Sunday 11:00 AM - 12:50 PM
(2 Hours)
Max Students: 25

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