Every year the Tyger Clerk of the Signet arranges for scrolls that the Crown of the East can use as beautiful largesse to give to the Cousin Kingdoms in attendance at Estrella War. It’s something different from our usual run of scrolls, and tends to feature a different mix of scribes and authors each year, inclusive of scroll texts that are generic but in the spirit of friendship this War is known for. Continue reading
As Birka is fast approaching I’d like to remind everyone that there will be a scroll display from 10am-4pm in a room located on the mezzanine above the concierge. Please bring Finished Estrella War scrolls, award scrolls, as well as your portfolios to display. All award scrolls and portfolios must be picked up at least 30 minutes before the close of the display.
We are still looking for a few volunteers to help watch the Scroll Display through out the day. If you are able to give an hour or two of your time to watch the display and greet the visitors coming in to see it please contact me. I will have cookies and chocolate 🙂
Thank you all in advance for the contribution of your time and talent.
Yours in service,
Lady Lada Monguligin
Additional event information can be found here:
On Saturday, October 27th, in the Shire of Endewearde, Edward and Thyra will host a tournament to determine their heirs. In this article, you can find pictures of the site and information to help you plan which includes:
- Site information (parking, changing areas, site rules)
- Event schedule and activities
- Information for those fighting in the Tournament
- Travel and lodging information Continue reading
In public consistory, at the time of the solemn and royal court held at Concordia of the Snows, a brilliant assembly of counts and barons being in session, and a very great multitude of nobles and commoners standing before the most serene lord Edward King of the East, and Thyra his Queen, for the purpose of exhibiting the fullness of justice to each person, the said king and the said queen, according to law, did do and cause to be done the following:
Mistress Michel Almond de Champagne will be teaching a class on BAS relief carving at the Knights Hall, 55 Lake St., Nashua, NH on Wednesday, November 7th at 7:00 pm (materials will be available for a hands on experience in carving).
This class is open to all scadians. For more information and to confirm your attendance go to Facebook/knightshall or email Michel.
Some believe that the pen is as mighty as the sword, and so, in celebration of the Eastern Crown Tournament, we bring to you a challenge to make a scroll blank, suitable for any occasion, with appropriate room for calligraphy and arms.
There shall be three categories – novice, intermediate, and expert (Maunches and Laurels in the Scribal Arts ought to consider themselves to be experts; this extends to alternative materials scrolls, such as those done in wood, embroidery, etc.) – with awards for the top score in each. A single populace favorite will be awarded as well.