The East Kingdom University, to be held in the Barony of Endewearde this coming Saturday, April 11th, is pleased to announce that its full class listing and schedule is now available on the event website! We welcome you to come and partake in a multitude of classes throughout the day on topics covering the arts, service, marshal activities, and more!
The event will be held in Springfield, MA, and full event details can be found online at the East Kingdom Website.
I am pleased to invite you to attend KWHSS in the canton of Eoforwic (Toronto, ON, Canada) in the Kingdom of Ealdormere June 26-28, 2015.
The website and registration is now live! Please click here to visit the KWHSS 2015 Website.
We would also like to extend an invitation to all heralds and scribes to teach at the symposium. The class proposal form is now live on the website as well.
You may also send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like more info or to propose a class.
Over the years, there has been an excellent relationship between our two kingdoms, and we are very much hoping that many of our friends will make the trip to teach, share and learn. We are very much hoping to see many of you this coming June!
Want more information about past Known World Heraldic and Scribal Symposiums? Here’s the webpage.
Lady Lilie Dubh recently shared with us that two NY groups will be trying a new event concept early next year: a two-part Schola.
The Canton of Lions End and the Barony of An Dubhaigheann were both contemplating having scholas over this coming winter. As the groups are neighbors, representatives consulted with each other and decided to collaborate.
The Lions End event, Lions in Winter, is scheduled for February 21, 2015, will be part one. Part two will be the Spring Schola in An Dubhaigheann on March 21, 2015. Some classes will start in Lions End and finish in An Dubhaigheann, and projects needing help or completion can be worked on at both events and in between.
However if you can’t attend both events, don’t be deterred from attending whichever you can. There will be single session classes which begin at the An Dubhaigheann event as well as continuations of those started at Lions End.
The autocrats of both events are eager to hear from anyone who would like to teach classes which take advantage of this longer format; their contact information can be found in the event announcements:
In addition to classes, Lions End will be holding an Arts and Sciences Competition, and An Dubhaigheann will be selecting Bardic and A&S Champions, and offering a garb sale.
The Province of Malagentia recently announced the schedule of classes for the Heavy List University event, being held this Saturday, April 12th in Eliot, Maine. Full details (including class times, event directions, lunch information, event location, and cost) can be found in the official East Kingdom announcement, or on the Malagentian website.
Classes include ‘Intermediate Sword and Shield’ (taught by Duke Kenric aet Eastseaxe), ‘Historiacal Polearm techniques’ (taught by Duke Vissevald Selkirkson), ‘Movement, Measure and Power in Armored Combat’ (taught by Duke Lucan von Drakenkalue), ‘Two Sword’ (taught by Master Julien de la Pointe), as well as classes taught by Sir Ankara Lig Niki, Syr Kyppyn Kirkcaldy, Baron Matthew Moraveous Avdenmork, Lord Tiernana, and Lord William Ravenhair. The day will also include a demonstration of historical cut and thrust techniques.
Join the Barony of Carolingia (northeastern Massachusetts) for a day full of activities for all ages on May 3rd. Spend the day trying out all the Society has to offer for our younger members, from youth combat to classes on all manners of arts and sciences, from dancing and music to thrown weapons. There will be equestrian activities, youth fencing, archery, and much more.
Come meet other parents with children around your child’s age with parent and child meet and greets, bring the garb your children have outgrown to swap with other parents, and enjoy a sumptious dayboard of kid-friendly treats prepared by Ulf and Justinius, under the supervision of Fergus Redmeade.
Teens and Tweens! Come learn to make cheese, help out in the kitchen, or work gate. Have a skill you know how to do? Come teach it to younger kids. Bring the Arts and Sciences project you are working on to display, learn a new skill in one of our classes or pick up a new martial art.
If you would like to teach a class, please contact Baroness Leonete. You do not need a background check or specific experience teaching children in order to teach, and we are happy to help you adapt your class for the younger set. We are especially looking for those under 18 willing to teach.
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Yours in Service,
Baroness Leonete D’Angely
Lord Hrut Skumsonnur
ACCEPS registration is still open.
The incipient Shire of Nordenfjord invites one and all to their first event, a Novice Schola, to be held October 26, 2013
The Shire has assembled an incredible program of classes for you – see list below. Please note that Medieval Board Games is still pending. ALSO, there will be a youth specific children’s track – this schedule will be available at the event.
- A Medieval Tailor’s Workshop – An All Day Activity
- Accessibility Hour with Alayne
- Ask Jenna – Basic “SCA” Questions
- Ask the Smith
- Basic Garb 101 with the Mammen Pattern
- Basic Wire Weaving
- Blackwork Embroidery
- Bocce – An Italian Lawn Game
- Costume of the Yorkist Court
- Crowns, Coronets and Awards
- Fiber to garment
- Geometric Garb
- Hand Sewing
- Heraldic Consultation
- Historical Dance – An Overview
- How to Meet People in the SCA – An Introduction into the SCA
- Introduction to Archery including Arrow Making and SO Much More (NO Shooting)
- Introduction to Calligraphy and Illumination
- Introduction to Combat Archery (NO Shooting)
- Introduction to English Renaissance Dances
- Introduction to French Dances
- Introduction to Heraldry
- Introduction to Historical Arms and Armor
- Introduction to Italian Renaissance Dance
- Last Course of a Tudor Feast
- Making Apple Moys
- Making Sausage
- Picking and Documenting Your Medieval Name
- Recorder for Dance
- Recorder Playing for Beginner
- Royal Tea with Her Royal Majesty Queen Avelina II and Her Excellency Vicereine Baroness Johanne i Visby – Roundtable on SCA Protocol
- Viking Metal Finishing
Nordenfjord is looking forward to welcoming everyone to their inaugural event!
If you had the original information on the “Delirus Mediaevalis Scientia Feriae”, please note the date change!
The Shire of Buckland Cross cordially invites you to the fair lands of Lower Bucks County, Pa, for a day of knowledge and fun at our Mad Medieval Science Fair on November 2, 2013. There’s still plenty of time to consider a display or entry – we hope you can join us!
We will have Science Classes and Workshops (glass beads and enameling have just been added!), a 1/4 scale Trebuchet competition, a Boardgame Tournament, a Brewing and Vintning Competition, a Fencing Tournament, and last but not least a Science Demonstration and Display Competition.
SCIENCE DISPLAYS AND DEMONSTRATIONS
If you would like to help us break a few other sciences down to their basic elements like that minature volcano you made in Grade School for the Science Fair. Well, we will not be accepting those, but we will be welcoming Displays and Demonstrations in the following Sciences:
Astronomy, Animal Husbandry & Accoutrements, Armoring (all forms), Bookbinding, Brewing & Vintning, Ceramics & Pottery, Gaming, Glasswork, Herb-craft (Cosmetic & Culinary), Ironworking & Tool-making, Lapidary, Leatherworking, Metalworking (including cast jewelry), Musical Instrument Manufacture, Papermaking, Printing (Block, or Press), Research, Scientific Instruments, Sculpture & Stone-carving, Siege Engines, Weapon Making (including bowyering & fletching), Wood Construction & Embellishment. Continue reading
The new Shire of Avonmore in the Crown Principality of Tir Mara announces their first event, to be held Nov. 16 in Saint Marie, NB…
As it is known that the Shire of Avonmore (being a wild and newly settled land) is filled with outlaws, brigands, and highwaymen and even its coastal waters are filled with pirates, the Foresters have come to civilize the region. Loyal to the Crown of the East and to its landed nobility, the Foresters patrol the wild green woods where men in heavy armor fear to tread. No more shall travelers between the Shire of Lyndhaven and the Barony of Ruantallan come to harm in the dark forests of Avonmore as the foresters now protect the way.
The Foresters Fall feast and Faire is the year end celebration of the harvest and the hunt, a day of games, fellowship and feasting! Continue reading