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DateStart TimeEnd TimeDayArtisans Row - AreaTitle - DescriptionInstructorSize LimitFeesAge LimitNotes: Classes marked in Red have been canceled, Classes in Green have been added after the Class Booklet publication date, Yellow denotes a change in the class.
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3/11/20133:00 PM4:00 PMMondayArtisan's RowJourneyman Program: Do you wish you could spend all week in one of the Artisan's Row tents, auditing classes, stirring pots, working the bellows, working on your own research? Please contact the Tent Coordinator before the war, and come to this meeting to coordinate the details for the week.Participating Area CoordinatorsBy arrangementNone12 and up
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3/11/20137:30 PM10:00 PMMondayArtisan's RowArtisans Row Revel: All Artisans/Scholars/Patrons are invited to come greet and talk "shop" with all the gentlefolk you have not seen for a year. Everyone is asked to bring a snack to share at the party or a donation of RAW MATERIALS (i.e. something you could use in your craft - a skein of floss, a piece of leather, a chunk of lead) for Volunteers Point.
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3/16/201310:00 AM12:00 PMSaturdayArtisan's RowJourneyman Exhibit: Stop by and see the wonders Artisan's Row has produced! This is open to anyone wanting to exhibit a piece created on-site.Journeymennonenonenone
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3/11/20137:30 AM9:00 AMMondayArtisan's Row InformationArtisan's Row Area Coordinator Breakfast: Bring your breakfast and Meet to discuss last minute details and open Artisan's Row together on the first day of classes. Hot Water & Fire will be available at 7:15AM. Mistress Elizabet de Ross
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3/11/20137:00 PM10:00 PM +MondayArtisans Row - Fire RingBardic Circle: Join us around the Artisan's Row fire to sing and tell stories until the night grows old! Performers and listeners are welcome alike.Lady Belle de la Tour
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3/12/20137:00 PM10:00 PM +TuesdayArtisans Row - Fire RingBardic Circle: Join us around the Artisan's Row fire to sing and tell stories until the night grows old! Performers and listeners are welcome alike.Lady Belle de la Tour
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3/13/20137:00 PM10:00 PM +WednesdayArtisans Row - Fire RingBardic Circle: Join us around the Artisan's Row fire to sing and tell stories until the night grows old! Performers and listeners are welcome alike.Lady Belle de la Tour
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3/14/20137:00 PM10:00 PM +ThursdayArtisans Row - Fire RingBardic Circle: Join us around the Artisan's Row fire to sing and tell stories until the night grows old! Performers and listeners are welcome alike.Lady Belle de la Tour
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3/15/20137:00 PM10:00 PM +FridayArtisans Row - Fire RingBardic Circle: Join us around the Artisan's Row fire to sing and tell stories until the night grows old! Performers and listeners are welcome alike.Lady Belle de la Tour
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3/11/20139:00 AM10:00 AMMondayBotanicalMaking a Herbarium: Introduction to historical and current herbarium practices.  Instructions for collecting, pressing and mounting specimens.  Several small herbarium presses available free, made from recycled materials.Lady Isabella Sigilli di Lucca16noneall ages
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3/12/20139:00 AM11:00 AMTuesdayBotanicalCold Processing Soap with Botanicals Part I: Cooperative making of soap. Students will take home 2 bars of soap with their choice of botanicals available. Short lecture then completely hands on.Lady Isabella Sigilli di Lucca16$5.00 material fee18 and up
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3/12/201311:00 AM12:30 PMTuesdayBotanicalGive Me Lip Service: Make a soothing, calming and moisturising balm for troubled lips.  Students will understand herbal componants and take home lip balm they have made.Bhean Uasal Morin ingen Ruairc10$3.00 materials and handout18 and up
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3/12/20131:00 PM3:00 PMTuesdayBotanicalHerbal Vapors Salve: Got sinus problems? Chest congested? Learn to make a herbal vapors rub that will challenge any runny nose. Bhean Uasal Morin ingen Ruairc10$8.00 materials (essential oils) and handout18 and up
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3/13/20139:00 AM11:00 AMWednesdayBotanicalHerbal First Aid: Samples of components of a first aid kit comprising of essential oils, salves, tinctures, salves and other forms of herbal preparations.Lady Isabella Sigilli di Lucca16$5.00 materials tincture and salves18 and up
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3/13/201311:00 AM12 noonWednesdayBotanicalHerbal Healing for Hounds: Ways to use herbs with dogs for healing minor issues. Overview of some ways herbs were used in Medieval period for dogs, as well.Lady Aranwen of Willow Fordnonenone18 and up
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3/14/201310:00 AM12 noonThursdayBotanicalFire Cider: Fire Cider is a traditional cold remedy.  It
is a tasty combination of vinegar infused with powerful
immune-boosting, anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-viral,
decongestant, and spicy circulatory movers. Students will make and
take home a sample of Fire Cider.
Bhean Uasal Morin ingen Ruairc10$5.00 materials and handout18 and up
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3/15/201310:00 AM12 noonFridayBotanicalMuscle Marinade: A deep-heat aromatherapeutic remedy for overworked, aching muscles.  Students will explore benefits of herbs used and will make a salt soak.Bhean Uasal Morin ingen Ruairc10$8.00 materials (essential oils) and handout18 and up
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3/16/20139:00 AM11:00 AMSaturdayBotanicalMaking Comfits: In the high middle ages and Renaissance, the perfect end to any feast were seeds, fruits or spices coated with honey or sugar. Learn to make comfits at home using recipes from Curye on Inglysch and Sir Hugh Plat’s Delights for Ladies.Mistress Magdalena da Parmanonenone18 and up This is a full contact sport using hot sugar syrup so attendees be cautioned.
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3/16/201311:00 AM12:00 PMSaturdayBotanicalHerbal Tent Roundtable: All groups and guilds are invited to a roundtable discussion about what projects you are working on. A place for exchanging ideas and thinking of classes to be taught in the coming years.Bhean Uasal Morin ingen RuaircNonenoneN/A
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3/15/20139:00 AM10:00 AMFridayBotanical
Cold Processing Soap with Botanicals Part II: Unmolding and cutting the soapLady Isabella Sigilli di Lucca16noneN/A
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3/11/20139:00 AM11:00 AMMondayCulinaryIntermediate Brewing: How to transition from kits and basic sets to all grain recipes cheaply: Transitioning from syrups to grains is a great way to gain a deeper control of your beer brewing, but the equipment necessary can make most budgets shudder. With some forethought and a willingness to keep careful observation of time, temperature, and sanitation, it can be done for less than $20.Lord Osric se breowereLimit of 10 participants hands-on, unlimited observers noneAges 21 and up
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3/11/20131:00 PM2:00 PMMondayCulinaryPeriod Breads: Learn about types of period breads, how they were made, and how to replicate them. Learn about the history of bread in the middle ages; wheat to baking, as well as where to find period recipes, and how to duplicate them. Free hand-out with extensive bibliography.Magistra Rosemounde of MerciaN/AN/A12 and up
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3/11/20132:00 PM6:00 PMMondayCulinaryMaking Dinner Historical: Norman/French focus. We dress, camp, and act as in the Middle Ages, why not eat as they did as well? Come join us as we cook period meals, and feed you dinner as well. Prepare to get dirty- this is not a quaint cooking class.Lady Belle de la Tour6$5Ages 5 and up (5-11 with parent present)
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3/12/201310:00 AM12:00 NoonTuesdayCulinary Issues in Redacting Medieval Recipes: Making 'Gyngerbrede': Class will make 'medieval gingerbread' while examining many of the issues involved in attempting to re-create a period dish - including choosing your recipe, translation, converting (or redacting) amounts and processes, etc.  Participants will leave with samples of medieval 'gingerbread' they have made from their team's redaction. Fee covers ingredient materials. Caution to parents - we will use propane stoves/fire, but in pairs/groups.Mistress Solveig EiriksdottirLimit of 10 participants hands-on, unlimited observers $2 - covers ingredient costsAges 12 and up
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3/12/20131:00 PM2:00 PMTuesdayCulinaryFirst Feast: How to plan, schedule and prepare a period feast for 8. Learn about period feasts as well as how to cook an SCA feast on a small scale. Hand-out includes recipes and complete cooking schedule to do a "feast" for 8 in your home. Bibliography for the recipes included. Discussion at the end of class on tips and techniques. This class encompasses novices as well as more experienced cooks.
Magistra Rosemounde of MerciaN/AN/A12 and up
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3/12/20132:00 PM6:00 PMTuesdayCulinaryMaking Dinner Historical: Roman/Italian focus. We dress, camp, and act as in the Middle Ages, why not eat as they did as well? Come join us as we cook period meals, and feed you dinner as well. Prepare to get dirty- this is not a quaint cooking class.Lady Belle de la Tour6$5Ages 5 and up (5-11 with parent present)
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3/13/20139:00 AM10:00 AMWednesdayCulinaryGrind Grain Using a Rotary Quern: Learn about rotary querns (hand-mills) and try your hand grinding grain! A brief history of the beehive quern, including the rise of querns and their evolution to the modern mill.THL Czina AngielczykaN/AN/AN/ANeed a table to set out the quern and grain samples.
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3/13/201312:00 PM2:00 PMWednesdayCulinaryExploring Gumpaste/Fondant - edible figures, critters and decorations! Fondant and gumpaste are edible mediums similar to marzipan.  We'll use various techniques to model edible figures, animals, critters, and other various decorations.  We'll also explore modeling chocolate.Baroness Bianca the Inquisitive Limit of 10 participants hands-on, unlimited observers $5Ages 8 and up (8-11 with parent present)Need an extra table for work space.
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3/13/20132:00 PM6:00 PMWednesdayCulinaryMaking Dinner Historical: Anglo-Saxon/English Focus. We dress, camp, and act as in the Middle Ages, why not eat as they did as well? Come join us as we cook period meals, and feed you dinner as well. Prepare to get dirty- this is not a quaint cooking class.Lady Belle de la Tour6$5Ages 5 and up (5-11 with parent present)
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3/14/201310:00 AM12:00 NoonThursdayCulinary Issues in Redacting Medieval Recipes: Making 'Gyngerbrede': Class will make 'medieval gingerbread' while examining many of the issues involved in attempting to re-create a period dish - including choosing your recipe, translation, converting (or redacting) amounts and processes, etc.  Participants will leave with samples of medieval 'gingerbread' they have made from their team's redaction. Fee covers ingredient materials. Caution to parents - we will use propane stoves/fire, but in pairs/groups.Mistress Solveig EiriksdottirLimit of 10 participants hands-on, unlimited observers $2 - covers ingredient costsAges 12 and up
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3/14/20131:00 PM3:00 PMThursdayCulinaryExploring Gumpaste - edible flowers and more! Gumpaste is an edible medium, similar to fondant and marzipan.  We'll make several pieces, from a ribbon
rose, to a calla lilly, daisy, and more. All items are edible, but will dry hard, like porcelain allowing them to be kept forever!
Baroness Bianca the InquisitiveLimit of 10 participants hands-on, unlimited observers $5Ages 8 and up (8-11 with parent present)Need an extra table for work space.
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3/15/201312:00 PM2:00 PMFridayCulinaryExploring Gumpaste - edible flowers and more! Gumpaste is an edible medium, similar to fondant and marzipan.  We'll make several pieces, from a ribbon
rose, to a calla lilly, daisy, and more. All items are edible, but will dry hard, like porcelain allowing them to be kept forever!
Baroness Bianca the InquisitiveLimit of 10 participants hands-on, unlimited observers $5Ages 8 and up (8-11 with parent present)Need an extra table for work space.
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3/15/20132:00 PM6:00 PMFridayCulinaryMaking Dinner Historical: Lenten Gaelic/Scottish Focus. We dress, camp, and act as in the Middle Ages, why not eat as they did as well? Come join us as we cook period meals, and feed you dinner as well. Prepare to get dirty- this is not a quaint cooking class.Lady Belle de la Tour6$5Ages 5 and up (5-11 with parent present)
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3/14/20133:00 PM5:00 PMThursdayCulinary & BotanicalsLaurel A&S After-Action MeetingMistress Solveig Eiriksdottir
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3/14/20139:00 AM11:00 AMThursdayDistrict 96 Fabrics boothMaking a fitted muslin pattern: You've done your research, you know what you want to wear and you've got a plan. Proper fitting is essential to having your garments look historically accurate. Fitting toile's are the best way to ensure your plan, and that picture in your head, come to fruition.Beth Webb6 Kits16 and up
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3/15/20139:00 AM11:00 AMFridayDistrict 96 Fabrics boothHow to Make a Lirapipe. Beth Webb6 kits16 and up
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3/11/20132:00 PM3:00 PMMondayGamingRoman Games of Chance: Learn to play various roman games of chanceLady Ayla Achtsnichtnonenonenonw
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3/11/20133:00 PM4:00 PMMondayGamingGerman Games: Learn to play various german games of the period including karnoffelLady Ayla Achtsnichtnonenonenone
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3/12/20131:00 PM3:00 PMTuesdayGamingOpen Gaming: Come learn period games and modern games based on period inspirationsMaster Simon the Wanderernonenonenone
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3/13/201310:00 AM11:00 AMWednesdayGamingAncient Aztec Games: Learn the ancient Aztec game of patolli, with boards and rules to take home with youMaster Simon the Wanderernonenonenone
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3/13/20131:00 PM3:00 PMWednesdayGamingOpen Gaming: Come learn period games and modern games based on period inspirationsMaster Simon the Wanderernonenonenone
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3/14/201310:00 AM11:00 AMThursdayGamingMayan Games: Learn the ancient Mayan game of BUL with boards and rules to take home with youMaster Simon the Wanderernonenonenone
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3/14/20131:00 PM3:00 PMThursdayGamingOpen Gaming: Come learn period games and modern games based on period inspirationsMaster Simon the Wanderernonenonenone
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3/15/20132:00 PM3:00 PMFridayGamingRoman Games of Chance: Learn to play various roman games of chanceLady Ayla Achtsnichtnonenonenone
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3/15/20133:00 PM4:00 PMFridayGamingGerman Games: Learn to play various german games of the period including karnoffelLady Ayla Achtsnichtnonenonenone
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3/11/20139:00 AM10:00 AMMonday General Green SpaceTai Chi: Come learn some steps from the Taoist Tai Chi set as well as a brief history of tai chi and how it all started. If you only come once, you will learn the first couple of steps of the Taoist Tai Chi set. If you come to the class daily, you may learn additional steps as time and the class size allows. I am certified to teach a Beginner’s set of the Taoist Tai Chi form. I have been teaching since 2006 and have been practicing Taoist Tai Chi since 1997.

Mistress Anne Osgerby
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3/12/20139:00 AM10:00 AMTuesdayGeneral Green SpaceTai Chi: Come learn some steps from the Taoist Tai Chi set as well as a brief history of tai chi and how it all started. If you only come once, you will learn the first couple of steps of the Taoist Tai Chi set. If you come to the class daily, you may learn additional steps as time and the class size allows. I am certified to teach a Beginner’s set of the Taoist Tai Chi form. I have been teaching since 2006 and have been practicing Taoist Tai Chi since 1997.Mistress Anne Osgerby
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3/12/20131:00 PM2:00 PMTuesdayGeneral Green SpaceRope Making: Attendees will learn about the different types of rope (medieval and modern), and will be able to participate in the process to produce rope of their own.Master Rhydderch of Caerleon
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3/13/20139:00 AM10:00 AMWednesdayGeneral Green SpaceTai Chi: Come learn some steps from the Taoist Tai Chi set as well as a brief history of tai chi and how it all started. If you only come once, you will learn the first couple of steps of the Taoist Tai Chi set. If you come to the class daily, you may learn additional steps as time and the class size allows. I am certified to teach a Beginner’s set of the Taoist Tai Chi form. I have been teaching since 2006 and have been practicing Taoist Tai Chi since 1997.Mistress Anne Osgerby
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3/14/20139:00 AM10:00 AMThursdayGeneral Green SpaceTai Chi: Come learn some steps from the Taoist Tai Chi set as well as a brief history of tai chi and how it all started. If you only come once, you will learn the first couple of steps of the Taoist Tai Chi set. If you come to the class daily, you may learn additional steps as time and the class size allows. I am certified to teach a Beginner’s set of the Taoist Tai Chi form. I have been teaching since 2006 and have been practicing Taoist Tai Chi since 1997.Mistress Anne Osgerby
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3/15/20139:00 AM10:00 AMFridayGeneral Green SpaceTai Chi: Come learn some steps from the Taoist Tai Chi set as well as a brief history of tai chi and how it all started. If you only come once, you will learn the first couple of steps of the Taoist Tai Chi set. If you come to the class daily, you may learn additional steps as time and the class size allows. I am certified to teach a Beginner’s set of the Taoist Tai Chi form. I have been teaching since 2006 and have been practicing Taoist Tai Chi since 1997.Mistress Anne Osgerby
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3/16/20139:00 AM10:00 AMSaturdayGeneral Green SpaceTai Chi: Come learn some steps from the Taoist Tai Chi set as well as a brief history of tai chi and how it all started. If you only come once, you will learn the first couple of steps of the Taoist Tai Chi set. If you come to the class daily, you may learn additional steps as time and the class size allows. I am certified to teach a Beginner’s set of the Taoist Tai Chi form. I have been teaching since 2006 and have been practicing Taoist Tai Chi since 1997.Mistress Anne Osgerby
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3/11/20139:30 AM11:30 AMMondayGlassBeginning Lampwork: Learn safety, tools, and basic skills needed to form basic beads on a Hot Head Torch. Hair and long sleeves need to be tied up.Lady Adaliunda Marikova doch6$7 to cover gas and glass usage16 and Up
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3/11/20131:00 PM3:00 PMMondayGlassBeginning Lampwork: Learn safety, tools, and basic skills needed to form basic beads on a Hot Head Torch. Hair and long sleeves need to be tied up.Lady Adaliunda Marikova doch6$7 to cover gas and glass usage16 and Upremoved or Lady Morgan Goch Bengrek on 2/3/13
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3/11/20133:00 PM5:00 PMMondayGlassOpen torch, Intermediate +: Must have taken Beginning Lampwork. Use this time to practice.Lady Adaliunda Marikova doch6$12 to cover gas and glass usage16 and Up
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3/12/20137:30 AM9:30 AMTuesdayGlassBeginning Lampwork: Learn safety, tools, and basic skills needed to form basic beads on a Hot Head Torch. Hair and long sleeves need to be tied up. The 7:30 AM class is to work earlier before it gets so hot.Lady Adaliunda Marikova doch6$7 to cover gas and glass usage16 and UpCanceled, Tent Closed for Opening Ceremonies
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3/12/20139:30 AM11:30 AMTuesdayGlassOpen torch, Intermediate +: Must have taken Beginning Lampwork. Use this time to practice.Lady Adaliunda Marikova doch6$12 to cover gas and glass usage16 and UpCanceled, Tent Closed for Opening Ceremonies
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3/12/20131:00 PM3:00 PMTuesdayGlassStringers, Intermediate:Must have taken Beginning Lampwork. Learn how to make your own stringers that size that you need for the job. If time allows, we will attempt to make a twisted stringer. Use what you make at the nex open torch or the dots class.Lady Adaliunda Marikova doch6$7 to cover gas and glass usage16 and Up
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3/12/20133:00 PM5:00 PMTuesdayGlassGlass Animals, Advanced:Learn to make a Cat, dog, or a hippo. We will use mashers and stringers to add detail to the animals.Lady Adaliunda Marikova doch6$7 to cover gas and glass usage16 and Upremoved or Lady Morgan Goch Bengrek on 2/3/13
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3/13/20137:30 AM9:30 AMWednesdayGlassGlass Animals, Advanced:Learn to make a Cat, dog, or a hippo. We will use mashers and stringers to add detail to the animals. The 7:30 AM class is to work earlier before it gets so hot.Lady Adaliunda Marikova doch6$7 to cover gas and glass usage16 and up
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3/13/20139:30 AM11:30 AMWednesdayGlassThe Eyes Have It, Intermediate: Learn to make eye beads. Practicing contol and technique. Must have taken Beginning Lampwork.Lady Adaliunda Marikova doch6$7 to cover gas and glass usage16 and upremoved or Lady Morgan Goch Bengrek on 2/3/13
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3/13/20131:00 PM3:00 PMWednesdayGlassOpen torch, Intermediate +: Must have taken Beginning Lampwork. Use this time to practice.Lady Adaliunda Marikova doch6$12 to cover gas and glass usage16 and upremoved or Lady Morgan Goch Bengrek on 2/3/13
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3/13/20133:00 PM5:00 PMWednesdayGlassHollow Beads, Advanced: This type of bead allows you to increase the size of your bead but not the weight.Lady Adaliunda Marikova doch6$7 to cover gas and glass usage16 and upremoved or Lady Morgan Goch Bengrek on 2/3/13
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3/13/20137:30 PM9:30 PMWednesdayGlassAfter Dark Open Torch Glass Beads by torchlight, Advanced: It's a mish-mash of colors when you can't see what color you are working with. Try your luck at this night-time open torch and see your results the next day.Lady Adaliunda Marikova doch6$12 to cover gas and glass usage16 and up
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3/14/20137:30 AM9:30 AMThursdayGlassOpen torch, Intermediate +: Must have taken Beginning Lampwork. Use this time to practice. The 7:30 AM class is to work earlier before it gets so hot.Lady Adaliunda Marikova doch6$12 to cover gas and glass usage16 and up
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3/14/20139:30 AM11:30 AMThursdayGlassHollow Beads, Advanced: This type of bead allows you to increase the size of your bead but not the weight.Lady Adaliunda Marikova doch1/5/1900$7 to cover gas and glass usage16 and upremoved or Lady Morgan Goch Bengrek on 2/3/13
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3/14/20131:00 PM3:00 PMThursdayGlassBeginning Lampwork: Learn safety, tools, and basic skills needed to form basic beads on a Hot Head Torch. Hair and long sleeves need to be tied up.Lady Adaliunda Marikova doch6$7 to cover gas and glass usage16 and up
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3/14/20133:00 PM5:00 PMThursdayGlassOpen torch, Intermediate +: Must have taken Beginning Lampwork. Use this time to practice.Lady Adaliunda Marikova doch1/5/1900$12 to cover gas and glass usage16 and upremoved or Lady Morgan Goch Bengrek on 2/3/13
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3/15/20137:30 AM9:30 AMFridayGlassStringers, Intermediate:Must have taken Beginning Lampwork. Learn how to make your own stringers that size that you need for the job. If time allows, we will attempt to make a twisted stringer. Use what you make at the nex open torch or the dots class. The 7:30 AM class is to work earlier before it gets so hot.Lady Adaliunda Marikova doch1/5/1900$7 to cover gas and glass usage16 and upremoved or Lady Morgan Goch Bengrek on 2/3/13
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3/15/20139:30 AM11:30 AMFridayGlassOpen torch, Intermediate +: Must have taken Beginning Lampwork. Use this time to practice.Lady Adaliunda Marikova doch1/5/1900$12 to cover gas and glass usage16 and upremoved or Lady Morgan Goch Bengrek on 2/3/13
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3/15/20131:00 PM2:00 PMFridayGlassLast Chance to pick up your beads at the Glass tent, after 2PM, the beads will go to Artisans Row Info tent to be claimed.noneN/ANonenone
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3/13/201312:00 noon5:00 PMWednesdayGlynn Rhe Encampment (across from Early Life)Woad Pots in the Period Kitchen: This class will be taking place in a Roman encampment, using large iron and copper pots.Domina Gwenhwyvar merch Rhufain8Donations accepted to offset cost of Woad. $5 for samples + a 30-yard skein.Ages 6 and up may observe (6-11 with parent nearby) Experienced Dyers only.
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3/11/20139:00 AM12:00 PMMondayLeatherworkMedival Shoe Making: Making medieval shoes for the modern SCA participant. This is based on
methods used to product a quality well fitting shoes. Learn to make shoe like they had in period.
Master Timur BorteN/AN/A Ages 12 and up (12-17 with parent)
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3/11/201312:00 PM1:00 PMMondayLeatherworkHands on Roman and Early Period Shoes: A hands-on workshop to make a pair of early period shoes commonly worn from the Roman times through the 9th century. Techniques taught in class can then be used for most other shoes or boots worn throughout the SCA time period. Supply list will be available during the first class, expect to spend $20+ on supplies on site. Class 1: Patterns, Supplies Needed, and MeasurementsBaroness Verena EntenwirthLimit of 10 participants hands-on, unlimited observers Supply list will be available during the first class, expect to spend $20+
on supplies on site.
Ages 18 and up
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3/11/20131:00 PM2:30 PMMondayLeatherworkStone, Bone & Antler Carving: Learn how to carve stone, bone, or antler for your special project.THL Kit Marik syn
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3/11/20132:30 PM4:00 PMMondayLeatherworkPewter Casting using Soapstone Molds - Part 1:  Hands-on Pewter Casting using Plaster and Soapstone molds. Will discuss multi-part molds and other options for mold making. 2-part class. THL Kit Marik syn$5 fee for soapstone
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3/12/201312:00 PM1:00 PMTuesdayLeatherworkHands on Roman and Early Period Shoes: A hands-on workshop to make a pair of early period shoes commonly worn from the Roman times through
the 9th century. Techniques taught in class can then be used for most other shoes or boots worn throughout the SCA time period. Supply list will be available during the first class, expect to spend $20+ on supplies on site. Class 2: Cutting and punching
Baroness Verena EntenwirthLimit of 10 participants hands-on, unlimited observers Supply list will be available during the first class, expect to spend $20+
on supplies on site.
Ages 18 and up
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3/12/20131:00 PM2:30 PMTuesdayLeatherworkPreparing Bamboo for Use with Oriental Kites: Learn how to select, split, smooth and shape bamboo for use with oriental kites.
(prep class for "Make a children's Edo kite")
THL Archer McRobertLimit of 10 participants hands-on, unlimited observers N/AAges 18 and up
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3/12/20132:30 PM4:30 PMTuesdayLeatherworkMake a Children's Edo Kite!: Been told to "go fly a kite?" This class and the preceding class on preparing bamboo will teach you how to make it first! Kite materials and some tools for use provided by instructor - be prepared to use sharp cutting instruments (knives and scissors). Bring your craft or X-acto type knives, craft scissors, cutting mats if available.THL Archer McRobertLimit of 10 participants hands-on, unlimited observersN/AAges 18 and up
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3/13/20139:00 AM12:00 PMWednesdayLeatherworkMedival Shoe Making: Making medieval shoes for the modern SCA participant. This is based on
methods used to product a quality well fitting shoes. Learn to make shoe like they had in period.
Master Timur BorteN/AN/A Ages 12 and up (12-17 with parent)
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3/13/201312:00 PM1:00 PMWednesdayLeatherworkHands on Roman and Early Period Shoes: A hands-on workshop to make a pair of early period shoes commonly worn from the Roman times through the 9th century. Techniques taught in class can then be used for most other shoes or boots worn throughout the SCA time period. Supply list will be available during the first class, expect to spend $20+ on supplies on site. Class 3: SewingBaroness Verena EntenwirthLimit of 10 participants hands-on, unlimited observers Supply list will be available during the first class, expect to spend $20+
on supplies on site.
Ages 18 and up
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3/13/20131:00 PM2:30 PMWednesdayLeatherworkStone, Bone & Antler Carving: Learn how to carve stone, bone, or antler for your special project.THL Kit Marik syn
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3/13/20132:30 PM4:00 PMWednesdayLeatherwork60 Tools in 90 Minutes: A survey of various hand tools and their history, plus an opportunity to try some of these tools yourself.Master Avery AustringerUnder 12 with Parent will be required to use the bladed tools
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3/14/20139:00 AM11:00 AMThursdayLeatherworkAdvanced Medieval Geometry: An Examination of Canterbury Cathedral - Medieval Geometry was the divine art of creating sacred designs, art, and architecture simply and without the use of complex mathematics.  We will review the step-by-step design techniques and mythological beliefs that led to the construction of this masterpiece of Medieval Architecture.
Prior attendance in the Medieval Geometry class is recommended, but not necessary.
Master Rhydderch of Caerleon
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3/14/201311:00 AM12:30 PMThursdayLeatherworkPreparing Bamboo for Use with Oriental Kites: Learn how to select, split, smooth and shape bamboo for use with oriental kites.
(prep class for "Make a children's Edo kite")
THL Archer McRobertLimit of 10 participants hands-on, unlimited observersN/AAges 18 and up
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3/14/201312:30 PM2:30 PMThursdayLeatherworkMake a Children's Edo Kite!: Been told to "go fly a kite?" This class and the preceding class on preparing bamboo will teach you how to make it first! Kite materials and some tools for use provided by instructor - be prepared to use sharp cutting instruments (knives and scissors). Bring your craft or X-acto type knives, craft scissors, cutting mats if available.THL Archer McRobertLimit of 10 participants hands-on, unlimited observersN/AAges 18 and up
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3/15/20139:00 AM12:00 PMFridayLeatherworkMedival Shoe Making: Making medieval shoes for the modern SCA participant. This is based on
methods used to product a quality well fitting shoes. Learn to make shoe like they had in period.
Master Timur BorteN/AN/A Ages 12 and up (12-17 with parent)
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3/15/201312:00 PM2:00 PMFridayLeatherworkHands on Roman and Early Period Shoes: A hands-on workshop to make a pair of early period shoes commonly worn from the Roman times through the 9th century. Techniques taught in class can then be used for most other shoes or boots worn throughout the SCA time period. Supply list will be available during the first class, expect to spend $20+ on supplies on site. Class 4: Soles & finishing. Baroness Verena EntenwirthLimit of 10 participants hands-on, unlimited observers Supply list will be available during the first class, expect to spend $20+
on supplies on site.
Ages 18 and up
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3/15/20132:00 PM3:00 PMFridayLeatherworkHands-on Pewter Casting using Soapstone Molds - Part 2:  Hands-on Pewter casting, bring a mold from a previous class.THL Kit Marik syn$5 fee if you use soapstone
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3/11/20139:00 AM10:00 AMMondayLectureLiving in France but Ruled by England, how did Gascons Choose their Names?: Presentation of names and name formation practices from the Gascon Register, 1318-1319. THL Colm Fubh10None18 and upRequirements: An interest in Gascon nanes other than D'Artagnan.
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3/11/20133:00 PM4:00 PMMondayLectureRUM Clep Testing Session: Take tests to recieve credit for the
following classes for the RUM Scholars degree: CMA1000, CMA2000, CMA001,
CMA3100, CMA4000, HIS1000, HIS2000, MAR1000, MAR1001, MAR000, SCI1000,
SCI3000, SCI9000, STA1000.
Lady Charmayne d'Aix-la-ChappelleN/ANoneAny
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3/12/201310:00 AM11:00 AMTuesdayLectureSo You Have or Are Considering a Flemish Persona: This will be a round-table discussion for those who already have a Flemish personna and want to learn more. And for those who might be considering a Flemish personna, this should be a great way to ask questions and get recommendations on reading material. If you have a Flemish personna already, bring anything you want to share (personal knowledge, books, etc.). If you are considering a Flemish personna, bring pencil and paper and lots of questions!Lady Jute' von BrugesN/ANone8 and up (8-11 with parents present)
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3/12/201311:00 AM12:00 PMTuesdayLectureBeing Rus in These Current Middle Ages: An introduction to various facets of having a complete medieval Russian
persona
Mistress Sofya la RusN/ANoneAny
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3/12/201312:00 PM1:00 PMTuesdayLectureSorcery 101: History, theory, and practice of divination by sortilege, aka sorcery. We
will survey methods from eastern and western traditions, including I Ching,
Runes, Tarot, Kwan Yin, bibliomancy, and Sortes Sanctorum, from flipping a
coin at a fork in the road, to priests obtaining answers directly from God.
Dr. Henry BestN/ANone12 and upExtra Chairs
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3/12/20131:00 PM2:00 PMTuesdayLectureRUM Clep Testing Session: Take tests to recieve credit for the
following classes for the RUM Scholars degree: CMA1000, CMA2000, CMA001,
CMA3100, CMA4000, HIS1000, HIS2000, MAR1000, MAR1001, MAR000, SCI1000,
SCI3000, SCI9000, STA1000.
Lady Charmayne d'Aix-la-ChappelleN/ANoneAny
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3/12/20132:00 PM3:00 PMTuesdayLectureEarly Medieval Nubia: 600-1000 CE: Learn about the fascinating Kingdom of Nubia. This kingdom was Christianized before much of Europe, traded with the surrounding Arab countries, and had close ties to Byzantium. The common people enjoyed an unusually high standard of living and had a unique culture.Magistra Rosemounde of MerciaN/ANone12 and up
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3/12/20133:00 PM4:00 PMTuesdayLectureGood Humours - A Taste of Medieval Medicine: An introduction to the Humoural theory of medicine from historical and practical perspectives. Learn how your persona would think of health, medicine, diet, and how to stay fit and happy.Magistra Temair CerrN/ANone 18 and up
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3/12/20134:00 PM5:00 PMTuesdayLectureBanking & Insurance: History of banking and insurance from ancient to medieval times, and how these business operate. Baron Alexander RavenscroftN/ANoneAny
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3/13/20139:00 AM10:30 AMWednesdayLectureResearching on the Cheap!: Using the Internet to get ACCURATE Information!: How to locate and evaluate information on the internet. We will gear the class to the students and try to answer as many of their specific research questions as possible. Students will go home with a HUGE research list of amazing URLs, and my email address for further assistance. Baroness Eirny ThorvaldsdottirN/A$3/handout18 and up
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