Archive - Apr 15, 2006

Cultural Icons Among Most Endangered Wonders

Newsweek has listed three iconic medieval structures among the Seven Most Endangered Wonders of the World.

Tempore Atlantia Winners Announced

Lady Martelle von Charlottenburg, Deputy for Tempore Atlantia, and MOAS for the Barony of Bright Hills, has announced the winners of the Tempore Atlantia which took place at the Kingdom's recent Coronation.

Northshield Equestrian Practice

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For those of you interested in pursuing the equestrian arts, please consider attending Northshield's Equestrian Practice this year. Not only will we be teaching riding lessons, and other hands-on activities with the horses, we will be offering classes and a lunch time lecture as well.

Grandview Equestrian Center
2348 Dyerson Rd
McFarland, WI 53558

8:00-Site Opens
8:30-9:30- Grooming and Tacking Location:
Barony of Jararvellir (McFarland, Wisconsin)

Today in the Middle Ages: April 15, 1452

Leonardo Da Vinci was born on April 15, 1452. He became the prototype of the "Renaissance Man."

Aphar Faire XIV

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Mark your calendars - May 5-7 Formosa, AR...Aphar Faire XIV...theme is Tales from Apar!

Middle Eastern Miscellany! Fighting, archery, rapier, food, A & S competition, classes, food, children's classes, food, coffee house fundraiser, food, Merchants, fun (you thought I was going to say food didn't you :-)...dancing, hafla, and a chance to visit with old friends and make new ones! Remember it is MAY 5-7, 2006 (yes, May!) Location:
Shire Lagerdamm (Formosa, Arkansas)

Black Axe XXVIII

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Spanish history and geography is an exciting, diverse blend. Black Axe classes and feast will feature the medieval cultures of Spain - Moor, Christian and Jew. Savor the tastes and capture the essence of exciting Spain!

Black Axe XXVIII
May 19-21, A.S. XLI
Hosted by the Barony of Iron Mountain
Woodman of the World Camp, Royal, AL

We will have fighting! Heavy and Rapier tournaments! Live weapons! Dancing! Classes! Feasting! Location:
Barony of Iron Mountain (Blountsville, Alabama)

"Stitch Counters" Cause Cancellation of Civil War Re-enactment

Some former participants are blaming "stitch counters," elitists who demand extreme authenticity for reenactors, for the cancellation of this year's staging of the Civil War Battle of Selma (Alabama).

Shadow of the Wolf

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The Shire of Glaedenfeld and the incipient Shire of Redewolfden proudly present Shadow of the Wolf, April 21-23, 2006 at the Cumberland Centre in Columbia, Tennessee.

$15 weekend/feast ($7 child), $10 weekend/no feast ($5 child), $10 daytrip/feast ($5 child), $5 daytrip/no feast ($2 child) Non-members add $3. Make checks payable to SCA Inc./Shire of Glaedenfeld.

We proudly welcome His Royal Majesty Radu of Gleann Abhann to Shadow of the Wolf II! Location:
Shire of Glaedenfeld (Columbia, Tennessee)