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Estrella War XXXIV Collegium
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Class & Demo Schedule
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Wednesday, February 21, 2018
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*Unless otherwise noted in CAPS, all locations are withing the A&S Pavillion/Ramada area.
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TimeClass Title/ InstructorDescriptionClass LengthLocation*
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9:00 AMFibulae I - Intro to the Fibula--Mistress Aoife inghean OisinLearn how to manipulate wire into fibulae - the ancient pins worn by Roman Soldiers. These small pins are great for closing a cloak, coat or your favorite Roman garb! Class limit 10. Class fee $3. Adult (18 yrs +)1 HourB1
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9:00 AMArchery 101--Lord Pol O' CoileainThis fun 2-hour class will be an introduction to target archery, including description and demonstration of recurves and longbows, crossbows, arrows, bolts, safety equipment, rules, range etiquette, and use of all the stuff that makes SCA Archery so enjoyable. This Archery 101 How to Shoot and Enjoy Target Archery was developed by Bowmaster Master Johan of Hawksley and Mistress Catyln O’ Sullivan (former KRA –Kingdom Royal Archer). It will be presented by Bowmasters Lord Pol O’ Coileain and Lady Camere de Misericordia. Students are encouraged to continue with their training by presenting themselves at the archery range where instructors will be available. Loaner gear including crossbows will be available.
This is an opportunity for anyone interested in archery or beginning archers who want to learn a fun sport. Class limit 10. Youth (Age 10-17 yrs), Adult (18 yrs +)
2 HoursAT THE ARCHERY RANGE
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9:00 AMBlacksmithing Primer--Bran Padraig of Antrim, OLCovers the basics of blacksmithing with a focus on period and modern blacksmithing tools and methods. Full blacksmithing shop will be set up with all the tools on site. Class fee $5 for 50 page class handbook (optional). 20 handout limit. Adult (18 yrs +)2 HoursHRAFNHEIM CAMP IN THE BARONY OF TY, KINGDOM OF ATENVELDT
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10:00 AMAzuchi-Momoyama Japanese Clothing--Lord Yamanouchi EidouRight at the tail end of Period, Japan was a place of turmoil, war, money, and fashion! We are going to sit down and discuss the type and styles of clothing for men and women during the late-period Azuchi-Momoyama Period. We will talk about kosode, hakama, and the tsujigahana shibori technique. Please come with lots of questions about what clothing should look like and how to make it. Useful for beginners and experienced personas alike! Kids (Age 5-9 yrs), Youth (Age 10-17 yrs), Adult (18 yrs +)2 HoursA1
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10:00 AMCandles--Auelyn Spyle SyngereLearn a little bit about how candles were made. We will then make some poured candles to take with you. Candles make great gifts! Kids are welcome if a parent accompanies them. Class fee $1. Class limit 12. Youth (Age 10-17 yrs), Adult (18 yrs +)1 HourA3
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10:00 AMShakespeare's Bawdy--THL Kenna McKennaForget the boring highbrow stuff from Eng. Lit. 101--the Elizabethan playwrights weren’t nearly as tame as you think they were! This one hour class will discuss the risqué humor missed by today’s audience due to shifts in English idiom. Also to be discussed are the impact of censorship, the nature of London and rural playgoers, and what the Elizabethans regarded as funny. We will explore how playwrights such as Marlowe, Kyd, Greene, Jonson, and Shakespeare used comedic techniques such as the “bed trick,” cross-dressing, double entendre, and gesture. After attending this class you, too, can be the only one in the theater laughing because you ‘get it.’ Warning: This lecture is not vanilla. It is somewhere between the level of a TV show like “Bones” and the R-rated “South Park” movie. Alas, no one under 18 can be admitted (they’ll have to look it up on the internet like everyone else).1 HourB3
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10:00 AMBlock or Stamp printing and Stenciling on fabric--Isabelle Le Charpentier de NormandieTechnique for printing fabric using block, stamps, or stencils. Class fee $1. Class limit 10. Adult (18 yrs +)1 HourC1
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10:00 AMHand Rolled Couscous--Margherita de FerraraLearn to roll your own couscous fresh from semolina flour and enjoy eating it after making some in a simple dish. You will also have some to take back to camp and cook later so bring a small container to take it away in. Class limit 5. Donation for supplies appreciated. Adult (18 yrs +)2 HoursLeft Front
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10:00 AMDance the Bransles--THL Wynne MacNairThis is a physical dance class where we will be discussing and dancing the "bransles", pronounced "brawls". We will be learning the Pease, Horse, and Maltese bransles. Also, we will dance the Bransle L'officiale, Sellenger's Round and other lively dances if time permits and students are willing. Adult (18 yrs +)1 HourSmall Ramada
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10:00 AMBeginning Drop Spindle Spinning--Debbie MeadHave you ever wanted to learn to spin? This class will teach the basics of spinning on a top whorl drop spindle. We will discuss various types of spindles, how select the correct fiber for your spinning goals and how to spin those fibers to get yarn! We will be spinning with wool in this class, if you have wool allergies and really want to learn to spin, just let me know – we can try alpaca or even cotton if you would like. I will have spindles and wool available to those who need them for the class. If you have your own that’s great too, bring them along. Class limit 5. Adult (18 yrs +)
1 HourAT TO-PLY FIBER ARTS BOOTH
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11:00 AMMedieval Dogs--Lady Ros ingen ui GhallchobhairDogs and other canines in the medieval age.Youth (Age 10-17 yrs), Adult (18 yrs +)1 HourA2
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11:00 AMMarbling on Silk--AmazoniaDoing a hands on marbling class with silk Handkerchiefs. Students will take away a hand out & handkerchief they marble. Class fee $10. Class limit 4. Kids (Age 5-9 yrs), Youth (Age 10-17 yrs), Adult (18 yrs +)1 HourAT AMAZONIA & ESTRIA'S ESSENTIALS BOOTH
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11:00 AMBasic Lip Balm (Make and Take)--Cailleach Dhe RyeLearn basic lip balm making techniques. Easy and fun for everyone~!~ (Kids under 12 require adult supervision) . Taught daily. Class fee $1. Class limit 8.1 HourAT AN CAILLEACH CASTA APOTHECARY (K3)
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12:00 PMSCA camping with your dog--Lady Ros inghan ui GhallchobhairTips and tricks for people who want to bring their dogs to SCA events. Youth (Age 10-17 yrs), Adult (18 yrs +)1 HourA2
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12:00 PMFruit curds--Emeludt von ZerssenLearn how to make different kinds of fruit curds. Adult (18 yrs +)2 HoursRight Front
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12:00 PMKnown World Choir practice--Lord Thome Spyle SyngereKnown World Choir practice2 HoursSmall Ramada
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12:00 PMEnameling 101--Marguerite de ProvenceBasic information on getting started with hot glass on metal. Practical Information as well as a historical survey. Class fee $3 (optional for color handout). Youth (Age 10-17 yrs), Adult (18 yrs +)1 HourB2
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1:00 PMCanine training meetup--Lady Ros ingean ui GhallchobhairBring your dog and work with other dog owners to enhance their public skills. Training treats will be available for $1. Adult (18 yrs +) Bring your dog & water. One dog per handler, please.1 HourUnder the trees--Meet at the Collegium Ramada and then walk to various areas on site (Merchant's row, Da King's Highway, various camps).
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1:00 PMAncient Off-Loom Weaving Technique: Ply-Split Darning & Ply Split Braiding--Ambre ReneeThese closely related techniques are an ancient off loom weaving type closely related to rope making/cording.This is a primitive technique that has been continuous use since discovery, and never fallen into disuse. I will demonstrate cord-making using a modern device (i.e powered motor) which we will then weave using both the ply-split darning and ply split weaving techniques. This is slower than weaving on a loom but is easily portable. This is the ancestor or all weaving techniques, but inkle weaving even uses some of the same pattern techniques. This is an extremely strong cord as both techniques are effectively a form of decorative rope splicing.
Bring scissors an a large eye yarn needle threader if you have them. If you have 2 high contrast similar weight yarns (man-made material easier to learn on) bring a yard or two and we will make it into card you can weave. I will bring the specialty needles available for both use and purchase if desired. Youth and children welcome but must be accompanied by an adult on a one to one basis due to concentration and individual one-on-one instruction required.
Class fee $2 for materials, and additional cost if you wish to purchase needles. Class limit 10.
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1:00 PMBeginning Belly Dance--Baroness Iona PutnikaCome and learn basic belly dancing moves. This is a fun class and be prepared to sweat a little. Youth (Age 10-17 yrs), Adult (18 yrs +)1 HourAT THE AESIR BOOTH
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1:00 PMBeginning Butter Making--Cailleach Dhe RyeEverything you need to know to start making your own butter with ease. As well as some basic history. Taught daily. Class fee $1 or a small clean glass jar. Class limit 8. Kids (Age 5-9 yrs), Youth (Age 10-17 yrs) Adult (18 yrs +)1 HourAT AN CAILLEACH CASTA APOTHECARY (K3)
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2:00 PMWet Felting--Inea Andalusiyya and Karma Tingzen KandroWet felting has been around since the beginning of time. It is the method by which wool roving becomes fabric, with the simple addition of water soap and elbow grease. Come join us for a demonstration of how this is done! Youth (Age 10-17 yrs), Adult (18 yrs +)2 HoursA3
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2:00 PMWhat Can I Spread on My Bread?--Auelyn Spyle SyngereHave fun making homemade jam and fresh butters for your bread. You will learn how to make your own fresh butter and flavor it and jam made from fresh fruit. You will get to sample what we make plus take home a supply for your camp. Children are welcome as long as they are accompanied by an adult. Time permitting, we may even have time to make a third spread. If not, recipes will be provided! Class fee $3. Class limit 10. Adult (18 yrs +)2 HoursB1
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2:00 PMHerbalism for Beginers--Margherita de FerraraIntroduction to healing herbs and how to use them. There will be some make and take involved. Class limit 10. Donations for supplies appreciated. Youth (Age 10-17 yrs), Adult (18 yrs +)2 HoursLeft Front
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4:00 PMProposed Atenveldt Apothecary Guild--Cailleach Dhe RyeCome join the discussion and learn about our Proposed Atenveldt Apothecary Guild. Youth (Age 10-17 yrs), Adult (18 yrs +)1 HourC1
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