Class Registration for A Day of Story and Song: Music at the Castle
The event will be held on March 7, A.S. 54, in the Barony-Marche of the Debatable Lands (Pittsburgh, PA). More information is available here:

We welcome classes on music (period or filk, instrumental or vocal) and spoken word, as well as other performing arts like puppetry, theater, juggling, and period magic shows. We're looking for all types of classes, from beginner to advanced.

The site opens at 9am. Classes will alternate with performances. One-hour class slots are available at the following times:

12 noon
2 pm

The site is the home of Earl Sir Byron of Haverford and Countess Sir Ariella of Thornbury in the northern suburbs of Pittsburgh, PA, and it's a real castle. As such, it's beautiful and has lots of rooms we can use for classes, but most of the classrooms are small and do not have features like black/whiteboards. We can accommodate up to four larger classes or classes that need space for movement in the Great Hall.

Unfortunately there is not enough space for dancing since the Great Hall will be set up for feasting and performances.

The main floor, which is where the Great Hall, meals, and some classes will be located, is handicapped accessible, but the other two floors are not. Please let us know if you need assistance getting up and down the stairs.

IMPORTANT NOTE: We have a grant from the Bone Family Foundation to reimburse up to 5 teachers as much as **$500 each** to cover travel expenses (gas, tolls, food, and lodging)! If you need financial assistance to teach at the event, we will be happy to help pay for your expenses!

To register to teach a class, please complete the form below. If you have any questions, contact the class coordinator, Mistress Arianna of Wynthrope, at
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The castle of Earl Sir Byron and Countess Sir Ariella
The Great Hall as seen from the second floor musicians' gallery
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