Archive - Oct 29, 2007

Arts and Sciences at Estrella War XXIV

Duchess Katerina O'Callaghan has announced that plans for A&S activities at the upcoming Estrella War XXIV are well underway.

Mysterious runestone identified

Experts believe that they have identified a mysterious runestone discovered under the floor of Hausken Church in Rennes√ły, Rogaland, Norway.

Photos from Drachenwald's Crown tournament, Oct 13th 2007

A number of photo albums and a video album from Drachenwald's October 13 Crown Tournament are now available online.

Reenactor Fest 4

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Reenactor Fest will be at it's traditional location at the beautiful Sheraton Chicago Northwest next Febraury!

Everything you love about Reenactor Fest will be there again... and more! The vendor halls, seminars, live music and demonstrations, the Grand Ball, nightly parties, and the electricity in the air that only happens when you bring so many great reenactors together in one spot! Reenactor Fest is open to the public, and has stuff for all ages to see and do. Kids 10 and under get in free! Location:
Chicago, Illinois

Reenactor Fest 3

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Reenactor Fest is thrilled to be adding another convention date to our calendar in historic Gettysburg!

When you think of historical reenacting, few locations spring to mind as quickly as Gettysburg. The town and historic battlefields cater to reenactors and history buffs, and the Eisenhower hotel is right there in Gettysburg itself... mere minutes from the fields where the din of battle changed our Nation Location:
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

[GLE] Survivor: Valhalla

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The Shire of IronOx proudly presents... Survivor: Valhalla January 18-20, 2008 Camp Henry Jacobs in Utica, MS

Fees:
Before Dec 21
Dorm w/ Feast Tent w/ Feast Daytrip w/ Feast
Adult $20.00 $16.00 $12.00
Child (under 12) $12.00 $10.00 $6.00

After Dec 22
Dorm w/ Feast Tent w/ Feast Daytrip w/ Feast
Adult $22.00 $18.00 $14.00 Location:
Shire of IronOx (Utica, Mississippi)

Fire, the plague of the Current Middle Ages

As of this writing, nearly 2000 homes have burned in a 72 hour period throughout Southern California. Though the first fire started in Malibu, part of the Barony of Lyondemere, Caid, the most destruction has occurred within San Diego County, the Barony of Calafia, Caid.