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Saturday Combat - Archery 11:00 AM 12:50 PM 2 Archery Gear Throughout Period: Europe and Beyond THL Rekon of Saaremaa Archery gear in period is not limited to the English longbow and the Hunnish recurve. Students will learn about the types of bows, arrows, and other equipment used in a variety of places and times throughout SCA period, and how their archery kit may be modified to fit their own persona and allow them to compete in period division tournaments. Students need not be archers.
Saturday Combat - Archery 2:00 PM 3:50 PM 2 Keys to Becoming a Better Archer THL Paganus Grimlove From basics of form and equipment selection to small 'tweaks' in stance or release, there are many ways to improve your target archery skills. In this class, you will learn a basic 'toolkit' of skills, practice exercises, and background knowledge to help take your archery to the next level, no matter where you currently stand.
Sunday Combat - Archery 9:00 AM 10:50 AM 2 Range Marshalling Ihon MacLucas Basics of Range Marshaling and preparation for the written test. Students must be an authorized archer, willing to be a Range Marshal in Training
Sunday Combat - Archery 11:00 AM 12:50 PM 2 Arrow Making and Cresting Lady Antoinette Rosaura dela Villaverde This will be a class on making arrows from start to finish. Spine testing of shafts will be covered as well as fletching and cresting of the arrows. Those interested should know their weight of their bow. If unsure, please bring the bow to class. Also bring any supplies you have to make your arrows with, shafts, feathers, points & nocks are all needed . This class will last 4 hours and will overlap with the roundtable following
Sunday Combat - Archery 2:00 PM 3:50 PM 2 Archer's Roundtable THL Paganus Grimlove Roundtable discussion for the Caidan Academy of Archers; all archers are welcome
               
Saturday Combat - Rapier 11:00 AM 12:50 PM 2 Fencing Freehand Lot Ramirez Using the offhand with single rapier. This class will focus on effective use of the offhand when not using a secondary. We will cover topics such as blocks, binds, and proper ways of blade grasping, as well as how to use it to support your own blade action. Please bring gear for contact drilling, i.e. mask, gorget, torso protection. use it to support your own blade action. Please bring gear for contact drilling, i.e. mask, gorget, torso protection
Saturday Combat - Rapier 2:00 PM 3:50 PM 2 Rapier Marshalling Alexander Kallidokos  
Saturday Combat - Rapier 4:00 PM 5:50 PM 2 Punk 'em in the Head Don Todde Gather round with a sword and an offhand (and rapier armor) and we'll take turns demonstrating and teaching our best attacks, combos, and dirty tricks to all assembled. Thus armed with a few more tricks in our toolboxes, we will perhaps have more to experiment with over the summer tourney season
Sunday Combat - Rapier 9:00 AM 10:50 AM 2 Spear Experiment Meala Caimbeul As our experimental inclusion of spears into rapier melee combat moves forward we now have an authorization process. Attend this class to learn about this new step and what it means for future melees in Caid. The level of activity will depend on input from the SRM. If we have permission and time, we can run a few small combats with spears. Bring swords and a spear if you have one.
Sunday Combat - Rapier 11:00 AM 3:50 PM 4 Rapier Melee Dona Grace O'Kennaith This class is for anyone wanting to explore the world of rapier melee combat from the perspectives of the leaders and the combatants. Appropriate for all levels of fighters. We will discuss tactics from small to large melee scenarios, aspects of leading everything from a very small (3 man) unit to the entire army, and what actually happens on the battlefield during the execution of "the plan" (i.e. when the plan does not survive contact with the opposition). Bring gear as we will "play test" some basic scenarios if there are enough participants.
               
Saturday Combat - Armored 9:00 AM 10:50 AM 2 Sword Work at the Pell Count Patrick O'Malley Sword mechanics training with the knights of Caid
Saturday Combat - Armored 11:00 AM 12:50 PM 2 Wrist Flicks to Rhinos Count Patrick O'Malley A workshop discussion on calibration. What exactly is a good shot? Armor preferred but not required
Saturday Combat - Armored 2:00 PM 3:50 PM 2 From the War Field to Crown Count Patrick O'Malley How to train, practice, and reach your fighting goals
Saturday Combat - Armored 4:00 PM 5:50 PM 2 One on One with the Knights of Caid Count Patrick O'Malley Bring your armor, have some fun, learn something new.
               
Saturday Combat - Unarmored 9:00 AM 10:50 AM 2 Introduction to I.33 Muirrenn ingen Dondubain This class will cover the basics of the Unarmored Combat fighting form. Students will be introduced to the I.33 fighting manual, which forms the basis for Unarmored in Caid. This class will cover the 5 basic wards (attacks) and 1 basic counterward (defense), as well as going over a brief history of the manuscript. The class will focus on biomechanics and basic sword and buckler technique as the platform from which the rest of the style builds. The
class will consist of a series of structured movements and drills; there will be no sparring. Instructor will have loaner swords, bucklers, and helmets if students don’t have their own. STUDENTS SHOULD BRING: Closed toed shoes, water, hair tie, clothes you can easily move in. Sword simulator or equivalent (rapier, rebated steel blades, or wooden training swords will work) and buckler less than 14 inches in diameter,
Saturday Combat - Unarmored 11:00 AM 12:50 PM 2 Intermediate I.33 Muirrenn ingen Dondubain This class will cover more advanced techniques from the I.33 manuscript, with a focus on binding the sword. We will build on the techniques covered in the introduction to I.33 class, using the basic wards and counter wards to move into more complex techniques. In this class, students will focus on learning to control their opponents’ blades, and working on effective counter attacks to the basic techniques of beginning I.33. This class will include structured drills, but no free sparring. Instructor will have loaner swords, bucklers, and helmets if students don’t have their own. STUDENTS SHOULD BRING: Closed toed shoes, water, hair tie, clothes you can easily move in. Sword simulator or equivalent (rapier, rebated steel blades, or wooden training swords will work) and buckler less than 14 inches in diameter, if you have one. A standard 3 weapon fencing mask and leather gloves are recommended but not required.
Saturday Combat - Unarmored 2:00 PM 3:50 PM 2 Introduction to German Longsword Guillaume de Belgique  This class will introduce the basics of German longsword techniques, particularly as they pertain to Unarmored Combat in Caid. Students will explore the primary wards (attacks) and counterwards (defenses) used in the German combat style. This class will focus on balance and good biomechanics, as well as learning to control leverage during combat. Longsword techniques depend in large part on which combatant has better control of the strength of the blade, balance, and timing and distance, and this class will focus on those techniques as the basis of the form. Students should bring Closed toed shoes, water, hair tie, clothes you can easily move in. Sword simulator or equivalent (rapier, rebated steel blades, or wooden training swords will work), if you have one. A standard 3 weapon fencing mask and leather gloves are recommended but not required.
Saturday Combat - Unarmored 4:00 PM 5:50 PM 2 Unarmored open session Muirrenn ingen Dondubain This is an open session for all things Unarmored-Combat related. Authorized fighters may come for sparring practice. Students who were unable to attend one of the previous class sessions are welcome to come and go through some of the material. Students wishing to continue to work on techniques they learned during the day can do so. People who are interested in learning more about unarmored, or who have questions about it are encouraged to stop by. Marshals and Instructors will be on hand as needed. Take a few minutes and stop by! Instructor will have loaner swords, bucklers and helmets if students don’t have their own. MATERIALS THE STUDENTS SHOULD BRING: Closed toed shoes, water, hair tie, clothes you can easily move in. Authorized fighters wishing to spar should have their fighter cards and all required protective equipment. Sword simulator or equivalent (rapier, rebated steel blades, or wooden training swords will work if you are just interested in practicing drills) and buckler, if you have one. A standard 3 weapon fencing mask and leather gloves are recommended but not required for those just doing slow work.
               
Saturday Equestrian 11:00 AM 12:50 PM 2 Horse Usage from the Middle Ages to the Current Middle Ages Mistress Aoibheall an Sionnach and Dame Arabella da Siena First, we look at how horses were used in everyday life in the Middle Ages. We'll explore the economics of horses - care and feeding, outfitting, and the commercial sale and supply of horses. Then we'll look at equestrian activities in the SCA, and how people (including non-riders) can get involved with Horses in the SCA. We'll discuss horse-friendly events, equestrian competitions, and volunteer opportunities for riders and non-riders. This class will also review the current rules regarding horses in the SCA, including who is allowed to ride, the equipment required, where horses can and cannot go at an event, and more. Equestrian Marshals and MiTs should take this as a refresher course. Anyone interested in finding out more about horses and equestrian activities is encouraged to attend.
Saturday Equestrian 2:00 PM 3:50 PM 2 Clothier to the Cavalier: Garbing the Horse and Rider Lancer Virginia Read & Rhael ferch Rhodri Becoming the ultimate clothes horse has been a goal of humans and their shoes-obsessed steeds for thousands of years. Join in this interactive lecture and discussion and learn how horses and their humans dressed to impress during a variety of time periods, as well as learn some of the ins and outs of what it takes to make it all a reality. 
Saturday Equestrian 4:00 PM 5:50 PM 2 An Army Travels on its Horse's Stomachs Master Conall mac Seaghain and Mistress Aoibheall an Sionnach What does it take to move a troop of heavy cavalry into position for a battle? Using a theoretical invasion of the West Kingdom as a model, we'll analyze logistics, supplies, routes, and other strategic details. We'll combine modern knowledge of equine health and nutrition with primary and secondary sources describing knights preparing for battle. What would it take for Caid's heavy cavalry to successfully invade the West?
               
Saturday Cooking 9:00 AM 10:50 AM 2 Late Period Spanish Cuisine Doña Illuminada Eugenia de Guadalupe y Godoy Covers many different aspects of late period Spanish cuisine
Saturday Cooking 11:00 AM 12:50 PM 2 Quick and Easy Condiments THLady Cristal delaMer So what exactly did they use to spice up a burger before ketchup? Join us for a lesson and hands-on demonstration on how you can make your own medieval condiments. We'll cover mustard making and a few other sauces that will appeal to even the pickiest eaters. Students will have the opportunity to use period kitchen tools and sample each condiment.
Saturday Cooking 2:00 PM 3:50 PM 2 Medieval French Sauces Baroness Colette de Montpellier Chefs of any era have relied on sauces to enhance the flavors of their foods. This is very true of medieval chefs. This class will delve into the French sauces of the late middle ages. We will talk about hot and cold sauces and which meats they were to be used with. Tastings will be available
Saturday Cooking 4:00 PM 5:50 PM 2 Cloche Oven Cooking Baroness Colette de Montpellier Want to bake bread or roast meats without having to haul a ton of bricks and mortar? Well you are in luck! There is an easy and inexpensive way to produce the same results using a bell shaped oven called a cloche. Learn the history of the oven and see how to create and use your own at war
Saturday Cooking 9:00 AM 12:50 PM 4 Cold Process Soap Making 101 a Rebbe Hadassah Saria bas Yossi Basic cold process soap making class. Students will learn the basics of soap making, including safe lye handling, and how to make a basic soap mold. 4-5 lb. wooden soap mold is included in class fee. Student will actually make the mold, and will take home the soap they make. Instructor will provide soap ingredients, safety masks, latex gloves, materials for mold, instruction book. Students should bring a pen, 8 qt stainless steel pot (stainless only) , stainless spoon, hand stick blender, glass measuring cups, stainless measuring spoons, apron, dish washing gloves, closed toe shoes, hair tie. Students must be over the age of 18 as we are working with hazardous chemicals. NO ONE MAY “AUDIT” THE CLASS. Students must contact the teacher BEFORE APRIL 14th at dragons_castle@live.com to pre-register for the class.
Saturday Cooking 2:00 PM 5:50 PM 4 Hot Process Soap Making 101b Rebbe Hadassah Saria bas Yossi Students should have taken Cold Process Soap Making. Basic hot process soap making class. Students will learn the basics of soap making, including safe lye handling, and how to make a basic soap mold. 4-5 lb. wooden soap mold is included in class fee. Student will actually make the mold, and will take home the soap they make. Instructor will provide soap ingredients, safety masks, latex gloves, materials for mold, instruction book. Students should bring 8 qt. electric crock pot, stainless spoon, hand stick blender, glass measuring cups, stainless measuring spoons, apron, dish washing gloves, closed toe shoes, hair tie. Students must be over the age of 18 as we are working with hazardous chemicals. NO ONE MAY “AUDIT” THE CLASS. Students must contact the teacher BEFORE APRIL 14th at dragons_castle@live.com to pre-register for the class.
Sunday Cooking 9:00 AM 10:50 AM 2 Brick Oven 1- Preparing Sourdough Focaccia Lord Michael Treighie  The class will mix and knead a basic sourdough foccacia. We will discus care and feeding of sourdough. We will also cover some of the basics of brick oven construction and the baking cycle. The bread pruduced will be cooked in another session later in the day. Students are welcome to attend all, one or any combination of the brick oven baking series. Attendees who would like their own start to take home should bring a sealable food grade plastic, ceramic, glass or stainless steel container. Instructor will provide flour, salt, water, sourdough start, and a small selection of toppings (olives, basil, onion, pesto, parmagino-reggiano). Students should bring an apron, any other toppings they might want to try, and an optional container for a portion of sourdough start.
Sunday Cooking 11:00 AM 12:50 PM 2 Cooking for the Modern Humors Lady Aelina Vester-lundr This class will give suggestions, information and ideas on how to approach cooking a period meal for people who have Celiac Spru Disease/gluten intolerance, diabetes /glycemic concerns and the suggested diets of the American Heart/Stroke Association. Come with an open mind and appetite. This will not be a class discuss the legal issues regarding food handling and accommodating special diet needs. Please bring your own plates, bowls, eating utensils and cup.
Sunday Cooking 2:00 PM 3:50 PM 2 Brick Oven 2- baking sourdough Focaccia Lord Michael Treighie The class discuss the bake cycle, fire tending in a brick oven and will bake the Focaccia from part 1. Some review of oven construction will be discussed as well.
               
Saturday Brewing 9:00 AM 10:50 AM 2 Varietal Honey Tasting THL Tomaso da Barbiano We will be tasting a variety of honey types, and discussing their use in cooking and brewing.
Saturday Brewing 11:00 AM 12:50 PM 2 Beer Beyond the Basics Reinhardt Medebruer  Students should have brewed beer in the past and seek to move into all grain brewing or at least wish to explore all grain brewing Come learn advanced beer brewing techniques. All grain brewing, adding adjuncts, fermentation techniques, yeast selection. 
Saturday Brewing 2:00 PM 3:50 PM 2 Intro to Apple Cider Baron Joel the Brewer This class will introduce basic brewing terms, and provide a bit of history to the process of brewing apple cider. We will walk through the process of making one basic cider, and learn steps that can be adjusted and improvised from there.
Saturday Brewing 4:00 PM 5:50 PM 2 Brewing Sake THL Tomaso da Barbiano Introduction to sake. This class will serve as an introduction to sake as a period beverage as well as how to brew your own. Due to site restrictions, we will not be tasting any
Sunday Brewing 9:00 AM 10:50 AM 2 Beginning to Intermediate Brewing Geoffrey Brewer Will teach the fundamentals of basic to intermediate brewing. This will be an introduction to the history and the different types of brewing that are performed today. Introduction to Brewing will cover basic information, materials, and techniques for beginning and first time brewers. Subjects will include equipment, safety, sanitization and procedures, as well as ingredients, terminology, and discussion of brewing.
Sunday Brewing 11:00 AM 12:50 PM 2 Unusual Drinks Master Donal O'Brien and THL Reinhardt Medebruer Have you ever heard of a syllabub, posset or caudle? Did they really make a syrup of carrots? What does a ptisan taste like? Have you ever made kumiss? The answers to these questions and more as we cover some of the more interesting and unusual drinks ever created.
Sunday Brewing 2:00 PM 3:50 PM 2 Brewing on a Budget Master Donal O’Brien It doesn't have to cost a lot to brew up a fine drink. We will cover inexpensive (or even FREE) brewing equipment, ingredients and techniques. This class is to help brewers get the most out of their brewing dollar.
               
Saturday Heraldic 9:00 AM 10:50 AM 2 Court Heraldry: Beginning and Intermediate Baron Giles Hill 101: Absolutely Beginning Court Heraldry - How to Organize a Court Agenda, How to Summon People, What You Say, and Handling Mistakes 201: Intermediate Court: Adding Polish - Who Sits Where, How to Read an Ceremony and the Award Certificate, Leading the Cheers, and Writing the Report We're not really all that scary. We're just looking to recruit and train new heralds.
Saturday Heraldic 9:00 AM 5:50 PM 8 Heraldic Consulting and Conflict Checking Under the New Rules Jeanne Marie Lacroix Heraldic Consultation: Personal assistance with your name and armory submissions. Forms, colored pens and copier available. Submission fees are $8 per item, or $15 for a name/armory combination. Checks should be payable to SCA: Caid College of Heralds. Conflict Checking using the New Rules: The College of Arms has just had a major change to the Rules for Submission. Enjoy a hand-on look at some of the changes and how the effect the submission process.
Saturday Heraldic 11:00 AM 12:50 PM 2 Court Heraldry: Advanced  Baron Giles Hill  301: Advanced Court Heraldry: Adversity - Handling Problem Children , Challenging Crowns . And Working with Other Heralds 
Saturday Heraldic 11:00 AM 12:50 PM 2 Field Heraldry Mary Dedwydd verch Gwalter 101: Absolutely beginning field heraldry – templates for the litany, how to keep track of the combatants, being available but not in the way, handling your tools . 201: How to organize field heraldry - getting all the help you need, how to be organized without running around like a headless chicken, resolving problems, advanced techniques such as flag directions. This will be an outdoor practical class - note taking materials, chairs, hats, water, baldrics, etc.
Saturday Heraldic 2:00 PM 3:50 PM 2 Names Heraldry Illuminada Eugenia de Guadalupe y Godoy 101: Names Heraldry - Online name resources, what's good, what's not and how to use them to your submitter's best advantage. 201: Names Heraldry - It's all about the paperwork, how to document names for submissions, what to look for, what to include and not include on a submission
Saturday Heraldic 4:00 PM 5:50 PM 2 Armory 101 and 102 Su of the Silver Horn and Cormac Mor 101: Straight and not so Straight Armory - how to use a ruler and circle template to design heraldry you can draw yourself. 
201: Heraldry and your Computer - what resources are out there and how to use them
Sunday Heraldic 9:00 AM 10:50 AM 2 Heraldic Consulting and Conflict Checking Under the New Rules Jeanne Marie Lacroix and Selene Colfox Heraldic Consultation: Personal assistance with your name and armory submissions. Forms, colored pens and copier available. Submission fees are $8 per item, or $15 for a name/armory combination. Checks should be payable to SCA: Caid College of Heralds. Conflict Checking using the New Rules: The College of Arms has just had a major change to the Rules for Submission. Enjoy a hand-on look at some of the changes and how the effect the submission process.
Sunday Heraldic 9:00 AM 10:50 AM 2 The New Rules on Names Lady Marie de Blois Lady Marie de Blois is the Palimpsest Herald and Chief Education Deputy to Laurel King of Arms, who visits us from the Kingdom of the East. As you have probably heard, there's a new set of Rules in town. Palimpsest Herald, the primary author of the new Rules for Submissions, will give you the rundown on all the changes in store for you and name submissions. I'll talk about the overall organization of the rules, regional name groups, conflict, presumption, and non-personal names. This class will be aimed at heralds who may or may not be familiar with the current Rules, approaching the new Rules as a whole.
Sunday Heraldic 11:00 AM 12:50 PM 2 The New Rules on Armory Lady Marie de Blois Lady Marie de Blois is the Palimpsest Herald and Chief Education Deputy to Laurel King of Arms, who visits us from the Kingdom of the East. As you have probably heard, there's a new set of Rules in town. Palimpsest Herald, the primary author of the new Rules for Submissions, will give you the rundown on all the changes in store for you and armory submission. From General Principles to Appendices, regional name groups to Individually Attested Patterns, and substantial and distinct differences - these rules are a whole new ball game. This class will be aimed at heralds who may or may not be familiar with the current Rules, approaching the new Rules as a whole. Due to time constraints, this class will be a lecture with Q&A at the end, not a discussion.
Sunday Heraldic 2:00 PM 3:50 PM 2 The New Rules for the Knowledgeable Herald Lady Marie de Blois  Lady Marie de Blois is the Palimpsest Herald and Chief Education Deputy to Laurel King of Arms, who visits us from the Kingdom of the East. This class is aimed at those who are already quite familiar with the current Rules for Submission and at least generally familiar with precedent. Palimpsest Herald, the primary author of the new Rules for Submissions, will give you the rundown on all the changes between the current rules and the new ones. This class will be presented in terms of the changes - attendees should know what terms like 'X.4.j.ii' and 'Documented Exceptions' mean already - and aimed at getting current heralds up to speed quickly. Due to time constraints, this class will be a lecture with Q&A at the end, not a discussion..
               
Saturday Scribal 9:00 AM 10:50 AM 2 Finish with a Flourish- How to do Whitework THL Ronan Mac Magnus Learn some tips and tricks to painting the decorative fine-line embellishments that fill the solid shapes of color on a scroll. Instructor will provide a brush that the students can keep; bring illumination supplies if you have them.
Saturday Scribal 11:00 AM 3:50 PM 4 Gilding Workshop Mistress Tetchubah of Greenlake This class is a hands-on class to try out various gilding methods, both period and non-period. Students will be able to find out the different methods available to them and how to use them. Also, techniques for using genuine gold leaf and fake gold leaf are discussed. Instructor will provide Gold leaf, vellum, paper, gilding supplies. Students should bring sable brushes of various sizes (between 000 and 2)
Saturday Scribal 4:00 PM 5:50 PM 2 Handling Mantling Mistress Tetchubah of Greenlake and THL Lachlan Cromarty An overview of period mantling styles for heraldic display, and a short workshop on how to do mantling free-hand for scribes or heralds, including techniques that will help to draw the various styles. Students should bring paper, pencils, erasers.
Sunday Scribal 9:00 AM 3:50 PM 6 Scriptorium  Mistress Aliskye Rosel Open scriptorium. Bring scrolls that you are currently working on or come work on Kingdom Scriptorium scrolls. Some supplies will be available as well as a ready supply of advice of encouragement
Sunday Scribal 9:00 AM 10:50 AM 2 Exploring Period Pigments Maestra Flavia Beatrice Carmigniani Have fun playing in dirt! Students will learn the history of colored earths, where they were found, how they were used for manuscript illumination to oil paintings, and how they were historically enhanced. Find out why seashells were the paint-pan of choice, and what a 'colorman' was. Students will learn hands-on pigment mixing while making termpera paints with egg yolk and making watercolors with gum Arabic. Instructor will provide tutorial, assortment of powdered earth colors, egg, gum Arabic, paper, pre-printed art to color in. Loaner grinding tools and brushes available or bring your own favorites. Art examples and books will be available for perusal.
               
Saturday History 9:00 AM 12:50 PM 4 Castle Architecture Sir Robear du Bois A history of the evolution of castle architecture in England and Wales. How they were built, why they were built that way, and how they were attacked and defended. Primary focus will be on the period from 1066 to 1465. Class will include a slide show, with pictures taken by Sir Robear at 20 castles and fortified towns in England, Wales, and Scotland.
Saturday History 2:00 PM 3:50 PM 2 Basic Icelandic Ponç lo Bonòme Come! Learn conversational phrases and expressions to use for your Nordic persona. Icelandic spoken today in Iceland is the closest linguistic relative to the Norse language spoken by the Vikings. Your instructor spent a year studying at the University of Iceland and would love to share his knowledge with you.
Saturday History 4:00 PM 5:50 PM 2 The Four Temperements: a Medieval Personality Test THL Sophia de la Roche Melancholy, Sanguine, Choleric, or Phlegmatic… Which personality type are you? Come learn about the crossroads of classical philosophy and medicine that shaped Medieval European sensibilities, eating habits, and other aspects of daily life. This is not your typical Myers Briggs!
Sunday History 9:00 AM 10:50 AM 2 The World of the Tournament and the Joust Duke Guillaume de Belgique “How did the medieval war-game called “jousting” evolve? What sort of equipment and rules were used in medieval tournaments? How did tournaments in the High Middle Ages differ from those in the Late Middle Ages, and in the Renaissance? And, most importantly, did medieval tournaments look anything like what we think of as a tournament in the SCA? Come enjoy a look at the long and varied history of the elegant, strenuous, mythologized, and rough-and-tumble game called jousting.” 
Sunday History 11:00 AM 12:50 PM 2 Medieval Table Manners Duke Guillaume de Belgique and Duchess Felinah Memo Hazara Khan ad Din “Any good medieval meal includes tearing a cooked chicken in half, gnawing off the meat and throwing the bones to the dogs – at least if you believe period movies. Join Guillaume and Felinah to learn actual medieval manners and find out how many “peasant points” you’ll accumulate as you attempt to eat with true medieval style.” The class will begin with a discussion of table manners drawn from medieval sources, and will include some notable contrasts to both Hollywood and modern table habits. The class will conclude with some “hands on” experience. Since medieval diners shared dishes and cups with one or more other people, students are encouraged to attend with at least one person they don’t mind sharing dishes with. Students should bring a spoon, eating knife, cup, and bowl. Plastic ware will be available.
Sunday History 2:00 PM 3:50 PM 2 Medieval Counting Board Duchess Felinah Memo Hazara Khan  Throughout the high middle ages, medieval accounts were calculated on counting boards and recorded in Roman numerals. This may sound cumbersome, but the combination works very well! Learn to add, subtract, multiply and even divide on a medieval counting board (and you don’t ever use times tables).
               
Saturday Woodwork / Leatherwork / Metalwork 9:00 AM 10:50 AM 2 Chasing- the Artful Denting of Metal Master Derian le Breton Learn how to make and use punch tools for decorating metal. Simple punching and chasing techniques will be taught. Historical examples of punched decoration will be provided, and students will learn how to re-create these effects. Hardening, maintaining, and designing punches will be discussed. Instructor will provide punch tool stock, brass sheet, spare eye and ear protection. Students should bring safety glasses and ear plugs.
Saturday Woodwork / Leatherwork / Metalwork 11:00 AM 12:50 PM 2 Basic Letter Carving Master Klaus vonMainz Letter carving can be one of the most useful types of carving to learn. In this hands-on class we will be carving a small sampling of Roman style lettering using a basic set of carving tools. Instructor will provide carving tools, practice wood, sheet of letter forms. 
Saturday Woodwork / Leatherwork / Metalwork 2:00 PM 3:50 PM 2 Late Period Shoe construction Todde mac Donnell A survey of late period shoe construction, from turnshoes to "modern" welted shoes with attached soles. We'll review how shoes evolved as they gained heavier soles and turned right-side-out, then look in detail at how welted shoes are built, and practice the key stitches needed to make them.
Saturday Woodwork / Leatherwork / Metalwork 4:00 PM 5:50 PM 2 Basic Letter Carving (repeat of previous class) Master Klaus vonMainz due to small class size, this class is a repeat of the previous class
Sunday Woodwork / Leatherwork / Metalwork 9:00 AM 10:50 AM 2 Intaglio carving THL Rekon of Saaremaa Intaglio is sculpture in reverse, used for centuries to make personal and official seals. Learn detailed period background on intaglio carvings, and techniques for sculpting complex figures. Students will practice on slabs of stone, then make their own intaglio carving in a cabochon or early-period ring stone . Instructor will provide practice stones, cabochons and ring stones, carving surfaces, Silly Putty, rotary tools, diamond bits, handouts. Students should bring hair ties, safety glasses, rotary tools and diamond bits if they have them.
Sunday Woodwork / Leatherwork / Metalwork 11:00 AM 12:50 PM 2 Pewter casting in soapstone Molds THL Rekon of Saaremaa Students will learn to carve soapstone molds to make small rings or tokens then cast the pewter in the molds. Instructor will provide soapstone for molds, pewter, carving tools, pouring ladles, stove. Students should bring safety glasses, leather gloves, hair ties, carving tools if they have them.
Sunday Woodwork / Leatherwork / Metalwork 2:00 PM 3:50 PM 2 Viking Shield Construction Halbrust Discussion of Viking age Scandinavian round shield construction techniques. Source of information covered will include extant finds, written sources, as well as modern reproductions. Information covered will include (in no particular order): Shield width and thickness, boss size thickness and style, metal reinforcements, fabric and leather covers, edge reinforcement, how to recreate a period shield, how to recreate a usable SCA shield that maintains the aesthetics of the original pieces.
               
Saturday Perform - Bardic 9:00 AM 10:50 AM 2 Persona to Performer Part 2: Enriching Performance with Persona Choices THL Domhnall mac Pharlane, THL Beathog nic Dhonnchaidh In Part I we talked about the importance of building a persona to enhance your performance style. In Part 2 we will explore ways you can use your persona to enhance that style. We will use specific examples and do class exercises based on your own persona choices. Note: Part 1 is not a pre-requisite! All are welcome.
Saturday Perform - Bardic 11:00 AM 12:50 PM 2 Bardic Bootcamp THL Thomas Whiteheart The fire is lit, the audience is waiting, and the Performer is ready to amaze! Just cuz they are so talented..right? Uh..sometimes. But for many of us, being an excellent performer means Practice-Practice-Practice. Let True help you get your chops ready for your next event. Class will include a checklist, exercises, tips for capturing the moment, and a lot of fun. We'll practice singing, presentation, storytelling and much more, in a very supportive environment. So you can ACE your next performance! Good for all levels and ages.
Saturday Perform - Bardic 2:00 PM 3:50 PM 2 Chivalry: History, Myth and Legend from a Storytelling perspective THL Thomas Whiteheart Shining examples of Honor and Nobility or Brutal Thugs bent preserving the Status Quo? Join the Bard of Caid for fun and intriguing discussions on how the historical concepts of chivalry developed, and how it applies today, and how we can pass it on. This is a multi-faceted topic, and we want interested people from all backgrounds to join us. Good for ages 10 and up.
Saturday Perform - Bardic 4:00 PM 5:50 PM 2 Period Drumming Lady Magdalyn Giza Learn period drumming and zagat techniques from a Middle Eastern music authority. This is a hands-on, supportive and entertaining class where you can learn basics and flourishes of rhythmical instruments from the Middle East.
Sunday Perform - Bardic 9:00 AM 10:50 AM 2 Literary Devices of Medieval Prose & Poetry/Troubadours and Trouveres Lady Angharat Goch verch Gwenhover and Lady Avicia de Na Baiona First hour will be: An introduction to medieval alliterative verse, in which period examples of alliteration, allusion, kenning, and rhyming are examined. Second Hour: Explore the cultural and literary world of the troubadours and trouveres who flourished during the twelfth to fourteens centuries. Examples of the poetic and melodic forms will be discussed, as well as a brief account of the lasting cultural impact of these poets and composers through the Middle Ages and beyond.
Sunday Perform - Bardic 11:00 AM 12:50 PM 2 Selling Your Performance: An Interactive Workshop Lady Belasset de Casal Drago This is a one-on-one coaching workshop in a class setting. Selling your performance to your audience takes more than memorizing your lines, hitting your mark and getting the right notes. It also takes understanding and interpretation of the back story of the piece. Does the piece make YOU feel happy? How about sad? Or brave? However it makes YOU feel is what you can do to help your audience feel and connect to your performance. This method works for all types of bardic performance including singing, instrumental, reciting, storytelling and acting. A prepared piece is helpful but not necessary. The class is open to all types and levels of performers. 
               
Saturday Perform - Dance 9:00 AM 10:50 AM 2 16th Century Italian Dance Lady Maluchka Korotkova This class will cover popular 16th Century Italian Dances by the masters Caroso and Negri. The selection of dances to be taught can include Ballo del Fiore, Conto dell’Orco, Gracca Amorosa, Bella Giosa, Bizzaria d’Amore, Villanella, and Lo Spagnoletto. Participants should wear comfortable shoes, not flip-flops or sandals that go between the toes. If it is difficult or painful to jump or skip in your shoes, bring an alternate pair; sneakers are fine. Water and comfortable clothing are recommended
               
Saturday SCA Officers 11:00 AM 12:50 PM 2 Youth Marshalling THL Kuma and Baroness Bridget For adults wishing to run Youth Combat Tournaments and Melees using Caidan Standards. Discussion for parents and other adults interested in Youth Combat, including weapons and armor. Required class for aspiring Youth Combat Marshals. Authorized Youth Combat Marshals are requested to attend to hear the latest updates. Class will be held next to Youth Combat Fighter Practice, so parents can monitor their children.
Saturday SCA Officers 11:00 AM 12:50 PM 2 SCA Officer Basics Baron David of Caithness This class will cover problems and topics common to all officer positions.
Saturday SCA Officers 2:00 PM 3:50 PM 2 Chronicler Roundtable Baroness Rhienwen Cyfarwydd ferch Angharad CANCELLED

Roundtable to discuss upcoming issues in the Chronicler's office

Saturday SCA Officers 4:00 PM 5:50 PM 2 Exchequer Class Alexander Baird This class is required for all territorial exchequers; it is open to anyone interested in the exchequer office or procedures. Highly recommended for anyone on a financial committee.
Saturday SCA Officers 4:00 PM 5:50 PM 2 Marshalling Class Sir Ragnar of Sandcastle Open forum for Marshalling
Sunday SCA Officers 9:00 AM 10:50 AM 2 How to Run a List Tezar of Aeolis For anyone interested in what a Lists person does and how to do it. Class will include an explanation of what the job is, how to run a standard double elimination tourney and a description of other tournament styles. A brief overview of the different forms used for all the different martial arts forms practices in these current middle ages. A "mock tourney" will be run for a hands on experience of running a short list.
               
Saturday Textiles - Clothing 1 9:00 AM 10:50 AM 2 Transforming a Basic Sleeve Block into Crazy Period Sleeves Mistress Caterucia Bice da Ghiacceto  This hands on class will help you transform your basic sleeve block into crazy period sleeves. Learn tips and tricks for creating period shapes and designs by manipulating a basic sleeve shape. The class will focus mostly on late period women’s fitted sleeves but we can discuss men’s garments if there is interest. If you have a specific sleeve style you’d like to discuss, bring a copy of the portrait/picture to class.
Saturday Textiles - Clothing 1 11:00 AM 12:50 PM 2 Engineering Puffs and Slashes Dame Juliana Hirsch v. Schutzhundheim, OL This class will cover how to engineer variations of puffs and slashes for late 15th/early 16th century clothing. How to pattern, different types of puffs and slashes, such as pinched, rolling, and z-twist slashes. How to engineer various types of soft puffs, such as those shown coming out between the panes of pluderhosen and various 16th century sleeves. How to provide support for standing puffs. Each person will be making a paper model and do some hand sewn puffs. Students should have basic hand sewing skills, comfortable with cutting and hand sewing; they should bring Exacto Knife, needle, thread, scissors (fabric and paper), ruler, pencil, small cutting board, thimble optional Instructor will provide class handout and fabric.
Saturday Textiles - Clothing 1 2:00 PM 3:50 PM 2 Organ Pipe Pleating Dame Juliana Hirsch v. Schutzhundheim, OL How to make those perfect even German pleats that hang like organ pipes and the various variations. We will go over the mathematical calculations used to generate the patterns. Each person will be making a doll sized 1/2 model that includes two types of pleats. Students should have basic hand sewing skills, comfortable with cutting and hand sewing. Instructor will provide class Handout, Fabric, cording, tape; Students should bring Needle, thread, scissors, ruler, pencil, thimble optional, small cutting board optional.
Saturday Textiles - Clothing 1 4:00 PM 5:50 PM 2 Elizabethan Corsets Lady Medb ingen Eochaid This class will cover concepts necessary to create an Elizabethan corset, including period authenticity, supplies, and ways to make a structurally sound and supportive corset. Pattern drafting will be covered, and students may bring drafting supplies if they would like to creat their corset pattern in class. Basic sewing and pattern drafting skills are helpful but not required. Students should bring cheap fabric and/or drafting paper, tape measure, pen/pencil, scissors, pins
Sunday Textiles - Clothing 1 9:00 AM 12:50 PM 4 16th Century Persian Comptesse Albra Katerine Marie Isabel Bautiste,OL,OP Teacher will assist students to take their measurements and then use to do a set of Persian patterns: inner and outer cotas, kamiz (undertunic) and shalwar (pants) for both men and women. This class is limited so that everyone can leave with a basic set of patterns by the end of the class. Basic sewing skills are necessary. Teacher will bring handouts, Persian miniature books and other pictorial aids for identifying examples of clothing fabrics. Students should bring note taking materials,3-4 yds.Patterning fabric, and fabric you want an opinion on for appropriateness.
Sunday Textiles - Clothing 1 2:00 PM 3:50 PM 2 Late Period Chemises Lady Medb ingen Eochaid This class will cover styles and construction principles for late period chemises/smocks/camicias/etc. for both men and women. Students may create their own pattern in class if they wish, or they may cut out their chemise if they bring their fabric. Students should bring pen and paper, tape measure, fabric for drafting or cutting out your chemise
               
Saturday Textiles - Clothing 2 9:00 AM 10:50 AM 2 Viking Apron Dress THLady Ciar ingen Dáire The “apron-dress” and accompanying brooches is the most distinctive women's garment from the Viking Age. A 10th century fragment from Hedeby demonstrates that this garment was tailored to fit the body using darts and shaped panels. In this class we will discuss the history of the apron-dress, plus garments and accessories needed to complete the look. In addition, all students will leave with a pattern for a Hedeby-style apron-dress. Instructor will provide handouts, sewing machine. Students should bring 1 yard muslin or other patterning material, pins.
Saturday Textiles - Clothing 2 11:00 AM 12:50 PM 2 Garb from Head to Toe Baroness Svana Laransdottire,Johanna von Nurnberg What "makes" your look when in garb? We will discuss the components of an outfit from head to foot (and skin to outer layer) and offer suggestions on how to manage some of the trickier bits so they work. We will include what to do with you hair to keep it out of the way (ladies) and possible accessories and embellishment to lend verisimilitude to your look. The focus will be western Europe, post Roman.
Saturday Textiles - Clothing 2 2:00 PM 3:50 PM 2 Intro to Millinary TH Lady Arianna Kateryn Nunneschild Class wiill cover various hat-making techniques, including blocking, wiring, and mulling. Materials required for various types of hats will be reviewed, and construction techniques for styles of particular SCA interest will be addressed. Examples of a variety of hats will be available to examine. Student should have some familiarity with sewing. Electronic handout will be mailed to students after the class. Bring pictures of any particular hats you're thinking of making.
Saturday Textiles - Clothing 2 4:00 PM 5:50 PM 2 Finding the Period Garment in a Modern Pattern Lady Siobhan Inghean Roibin Have you seen garb on someone, in a portrait or in a pattern and not been able to reproduce it? Learn what a pattern block is and how to make and use one to personalize patterns to fit yourself. I will demonstrate how to change darts, fold or gathers to manipulate a pattern to better fit you. Also how to use a thrifted pattern to make garb for yourself.
Sunday Textiles - Clothing 2 9:00 AM 10:50 AM 2 Care and Feeding of Garb Baroness Svana Laransdottire,Johanna von Nurnberg A general discussion of what fabrics work for what time periods with examples where possible, to touch) and which kinds of garments. Also how to extend the life of your garb for maximum wear once you've made it. Will also include what to consider when choosing fabric,ie cost, appropriateness, appearance, durability, occasion of planned use.
Sunday Textiles - Clothing 2 11:00 AM 12:50 PM 2 Reverse Smallerizing- Making a Full Size Pattern Lady Hunith Wen Ever wonder if there is an easy way to draw up the pattern pieces featured in Janet Arnold's books, or a book such as the Tudor Tailor? No freehand drawing skills necessary. This class will teach how to make a full sized pattern from the miniature images. Students will practice hands on skills by drafting a basic coif pattern from the Tudor Tailor Instructor will provide pattern paper, student should bring pencil/pen, straight edge, tailor's curve.
               
Saturday Textiles - Fiber 1 9:00 AM 12:50 PM 4 Card Weaving 102 Mistress Aldgytha of Ashwood We will explore double turn double face, and 3/1 broken twill. We will do some pattern drafting, but the primary focus will be on learning to follow a pattern in both styles. Students should have mastered speed warping, and be comfortable weaving checks and diagonals. Students should bring A pre-warped loom, (standard two color speed warp), a loaded shuttle, graph paper, and writing materials.
Saturday Textiles - Fiber 1 2:00 PM 3:50 PM 2 Naalbinding- Beyond Potholders THL Sophia de la Roche This class is for anyone who would like a refresher on the difference between the most common stitches, or just to sit down and start a Naalbinding project - sock, mitten, or hat - and swap tricks and techniques with fellow textile enthusiasts who like to play with yarn. Definitely a class for your inner kitty! Students should be at least familiar with Naalbinding. Instructor will provide handout, large plastic tapestry needles suitable for Naalbinding sportweight yarn, and a limited selection of yarn. Student should bring their own yarn if they are picky.
Saturday Textiles - Fiber 1 4:00 PM 5:50 PM 2 What Color is that? Mistress Flavia Beatrice Carmigniani This class is a survey of period colors and how they were produced from natural dyes such as madder, Indigo, and weld. Plus a look at early and often odd color names. Some colors were named for what they resembled; "flea" or "rose", but many colors were named after wars: "magenta", and the aftermath (dead spaniard). Or a color might honor a newborn royal (caca du roi). There will be dyed color samples to examine, plus examples of historic color palettes to give participants an idea of what colors were really used and when. Students can bring scraps of fabric to check against the color palette.
Sunday Textiles - Fiber 1 9:00 AM 10:50 AM 2 Trichonopoly THL Sophia de la Roche Widely known as 'Viking Wire Weaving' or 'Viking Wire Knitting' in the SCA, Triconopoly actually has nothing to do with either knitting or weaving, and certainly wasn't started by Vikings. This class will feature a 30 minute exposé on pre-Viking examplars (oh ok, and a couple Viking ones, too) and then hands-on practice making both simple and complex "chains". Instructor will provide pliers, wire cutters, tools to use during class, findings, beads, jewels, and enough wire to make a bracelet-length chain. Students should bring An adventuresome attitude, and gloves no heavier than doeskin if you have really delicate fingers.
Sunday Textiles - Fiber 1 11:00 AM 3:50 PM 4 String Thing Mistress Aldgytha of Ashwood This will be an open fiber craft room for people of all skill and experience. Come hang out and work on your projects, share your knowledge, get help with problems, learn, and help others. All experience levels are welcome.
               
Saturday Textiles - Fiber 2 11:00 AM 12:50 PM 2 Illumination with Beads Mistress Adelecia of Caithness The class will teach you how to illuminate using beads. Using seed beads, you will learn to create works of art that rival the finest mosaics of the Middle Ages. All materials will be provided except sharp scissors
Saturday Textiles - Fiber 2 2:00 PM 3:50 PM 2 Knitting Hooded Mantles Mistress Adelecia of Caithness Learn to knit the latest fashion in Caid- the hooded mantle. This class is teach you everything you need to know to create the warmest and snuggliest fashion accessory around. This mantle will allow you to practice knitting in the round and multi-color stranded knitting. Students should bring circular knitting needles with yarn of appropriate size for needles, 8 stitch markers,
Saturday Textiles - Fiber 2 4:00 PM 5:50 PM 2 Beginning Blackwork THL Guenevere Marian Coe Essential for late period chemises, this hands on workshop will take you from the “I know nothing” stage to the “I can make this happen!” stage. Very limited class size in order to provide individual instruction. Please bring your own scissors. Cloth, floss & needle will be provided. Students should bring scissors
Sunday Textiles - Fiber 2 9:00 AM 12:50 PM 4 Beginning Bobbin Lace Essentials THL Marie de Womwell Overview of bobbin lace making equipment and techniques used in period. Hands on work on small project to familiarize the student with bobbin handling, winding, pinning techniques, and basic plaiting and picots. Instructor will provide handouts and basic pattern. Basic equipment will be available for purchase. Student should bring bobbin lace pillows, bobbins, and small pins.
               
Saturday Miscellaneous 9:00 AM 12:50 PM 4 Beginning Ceramics Asakura no Mashi Learn the basics of handbuilding, making pinch pots and coils. We will be talking about what is clay, the history of period pots and having fun. Instructor will provide: clay, tools STUDENTS SHOULD BRING:
aprons and clothing that can get messy. It’s clay so this isn’t a clean art.
Saturday Miscellaneous 2:00 PM 3:50 PM 2 An Introduction to Building a Period Encampment: First the Bones, Then the Soup THL Domhnall mac Pharlane, THL Beathog nic Dhonnchaidh Domhnall and Beathog take some of the fear and mystery out of building a period encampment. They will share, through photos of the Cliar Cu Buidhe camp, some of the process and techniques they have used, as well as offer some practical advise and basic camp safeguards
Saturday Miscellaneous 4:00 PM 5:50 PM 2 Jointed Dolls Rekon of Saaremaa In early period, detailed jointed dolls with tiny accessories to match are found in Greece and Egypt (and later in other places). Learn the basics of their history, then make a durable jointed doll of modern clay and accessories to take home with you, or give to a deserving child (or adult) to play with at events. Instructor will provide Clay, sculpting tools, paints, brushes, fabric and other raw materials for making accessories, boxes to carry dolls, handouts STUDENTS SHOULD BRING: sewing kit if they have one, any special materials they would like to use
Sunday Miscellaneous 11:00 AM 12:50 PM 2 Cards and Dice for fun and profit OR What to do with a collection of shiny objects THLady Meala Caimbeul While many games of skill and chance are quite entertaining on their own; sometimes have a little wager makes it more interesting. And there are many games that require gambling. Since using money is against the CA (modern) Law; we in the SCA use all manner of small objects: buttons, old site tokens, beads, jewelry, foreign coin, etc. for wagering, many of us call it baubeling. Spend a few hours learning a few different games and participating in this SCA version of gambling.
MATERIALS THE STUDENTS SHOULD BRING: 
Baubles. Literally shiny objects of little value elsewhere. Old site tokens are great, as are bits of costume jewelry, pretty beads, etc. There will be some available, but please bring your own if you can. 
               
Saturday Youth 9:00 AM 10:50 AM 2 Page School Starter class Rekon of Saaremaa Page School is a self-guided series of activities for Caidan youth to help them get started participating in SCA life. This class is designed to give youth a quick start on Page School. We'll go over the books quickly and do a set of activities to get everyone started. Planned activities include hands-on Arts and Sciences, a brief introduction to Youth Combat and other marshallate activities, and essential event skills, such as Court etiquette and making meals at events. Special guests for Q&A are planned as well. Instructor will provide Page School books, writing implements, handouts, materials for some hands-on A&S activities
Saturday Youth 11:00 AM 12:50 PM 2 Fun With Food Lady Isabel Ruan de Aragon Student will enjoy creating simple recipes with hands on food projects. Please alert instructor of any food allergies. All materials will be provided.
Saturday Youth 2:00 PM 3:50 PM 2 Youth at Play - period games Lady Isabel Ruan de Aragon Come and play with us while we learn to play games that were enjoyed by children in the middle ages.
Saturday Youth 4:00 PM 5:50 PM 2 illusion Food Lady Aurelia Della Rossa Come and learn about the art of Sotelties where we will also have some hands on fun This is all about decorated food, Medieval food presented in an ornamental way. Disguised food. Food sculptures. Please alert the instructor of any food allergies.
Sunday Youth 9:00 AM 10:50 AM 2 Page School Part 2 Baroness Eva filia Edeneweyn The goal is to help our youth develop in the SCA by utilizing the info and topics found the Page School 
program. Through fun, adventures and challenges, they will develop skills and knowledge related to the Middle Ages and the SCA. Please print out a copy of the Page School Handout that is appropriate to the students age group. This can be found in the youth section of the Caid Webpage. http://youth.sca-caid.org/pageschool.php Please have the students bring this to class as part of the handbook has areas for us to check off as the students accomplish tasks and complete goals.
Sunday Youth 11:00 AM 12:50 PM 2 Serendipity Baroness Eva filia Edeneweyn Serendipity means a "happy accident" or "Pleasant Surprise", specifically, the accident of finding something good or useful without looking for it. We will be spending our time playing, exploring and using our imagination to create fun and learn a thing or two.
               
Saturday Teen 9:00 AM 10:50 AM 2 Basket Making Alice de la Paleysse Make a woven basket using period techniques
Saturday Teen 11:00 AM 12:50 PM 2 Youth Combat Fighter Practice Baroness Bridget and THL Kuma Young people up to 16 years old may put on loaner armor and receive sword-play training. This is your chance to learn great moves used by the experts. Wear closed-toe shoes. This class will be held at the same time and place as Youth Combat Marshaling class, so parents can watch their children AND attend the Marshaling class. Loaner armor and weapons will be available. Bring your own armor, weapons, and shields if you have them. Parents must be present while you fight.
Saturday Teen 11:00 AM 12:50 PM 2 The illuminated letter Lady Aurelia Della Rossa The illuminated letter are letters that are decorative and are often the first letter on the page of a Medieval scroll or book page. Learn how monks long ago would decorated these letters long ago when copying important works and at the same time, have fun making your own illuminated letter. bring an apron if you have one.
Saturday Teen 2:00 PM 3:50 PM 2 Chainmaille Workshop Lord Wulfric Forlong Falconhurst If you have a project that your working on and need some guidance or assistance, bring it on in. If you just want to learn how its done, I can provide you with some rings and instruction on how to get started and you can start by making a chainmaille key chain. This basic pattern will help the beginner understand the process. With determination With determination students will be able to take this skill and create bigger projects at home, such as bracelets, belts and more. If the students could bring pliers from home, it would make things easier as I only have a few that I can bring. 
Saturday Teen 4:00 PM 5:50 PM 2 Page School for older youth Baroness Eva filia Edeneweyn
The goal is to help our youth develop in the SCA by utilizing the info and topics found the Page School program. Through fun, adventures and challenges, they will develop skills and knowledge related to the Middle Ages and the SCA. Please print out a copy of the Page School Handout that is appropriate to the students age group. This can be found in the youth section of the Caid Webpage. http://youth.sca-caid.org/pageschool.php Please have the students bring this to class as part of the handbook has areas for us to check off as the students accomplish tasks and complete goals. 
Sunday Teen 9:00 AM 12:50 PM 4 Melt and Pour soap making Rebbe Hadassah Sarai bas Yossi Basic melt and pour soap making class. Students will learn the basics of soap making. Students will take home the soap they make. This is a youth class only. Parents must sign a waiver and must be present for children under the age of 14. Instructor will provide soap ingredients, safety masks, latex gloves, materials for mold, instruction book. Students should bring 2 4 qt pots or double boiler stainless spoon, hand stick blender, glass measuring cups, stainless measuring spoons, apron, dish washing gloves, closed toe shoes, hair tie. Students must be between the ages of 10 and 16. NO ONE MAY “AUDIT” THE CLASS. Students must contact the teacher before class to preregister and ensure the correct amount of materials are available 
Sunday Teen 2:00 PM 3:50 PM 2 Basic Blackwork THL Marie de Womwell A basic blackwork class that will enable students to do the technique, make simple items, and understand how they can apply the technique to clothing and other items. Class will make simple lavender sachets. Instructor will provide needle, fabric, lavender, thread, patterns. Students should bring basic sewing supplies if they have them.

 

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