Archive - Dec 10, 2009

[ANS] Guardian of the Gauntlet and Yule Revel

The Barony of Bryn Gwlad, the Shire of Ffynnon Gath, and the Incipient Stronghold of Hellsgate present Guardian of the Gauntlet and Yule Revel December 12, 2009

[ART] Bronzehelm 12th Night

January 9, 2010, Bronzehelm will be hosting it's Birthday Party.

[MER] Barony of the Southdowns 12th Night

The Barony of the Southdowns invites you to attend an afternoon/evening of social celebration. Bring out your POMP and dress in your finest for our annual 12th Night Celebration. Display your heraldry and help us decorate the hall with your banners. Come enjoy the Games, Dancing and general Merry Making!!!

"Lost Fort" discusses use of siege engines in fiction

Author Gabriele Campbell has created The Lost Fort, a blog designed to discuss historical fiction, especially of the medieval era. One page is devoted to the discussion of using trebuchets in historical fiction.

[DRA] Medieval foodstuffs shopping

On Saturday, January 23, 2010, Meisterinne Stella Seraphine, sometime of Leuchtenberg, shall be teaching a hands-on class on shopping for medieval foodstuffs in the modern world.

[EAS] A Celebration of Squamifer's Fortune

Join us this day in our quest to find the Heart of the Court. Inspiration, Love, Chivalry, Courtesy, Honor, and Passion all reside in the heart of the Dragon. We will celebrate not only those ideals we hold dear, but also the happy occasion of the Anniversary of our Baronial Investiture.

[ATL] Sagas Of The Stone

Welcome Friends! The Halls of Middlegate have much to offer you on this winter’s day. We wish to fill the hall with sounds of “Sagas” new and old. Step inside and get a cup of cider, and a bite to eat. There will be dancing and songs, and stories to pass the time. Competition of skill for warrior and artisan alike.

[ANT] Spring Grand Ithra

Yes, it's still winter, but it's not too early to think about Spring!

[CAL] Queen's Prize Tourney

Please come and enjoy with us on this day that honors our benevolent Queen and Her artisans as we display what amazing talent our populace has to offer to our kingdom.

[OUT] Plattefordham 12th Night

Please come and join the Shire of Plattefordham (Casper, Wyoming) for a delectable feast and celebration on January 9, 2010, in honor of 12th night at St Stephens Episcopal Church.

Pictures and videos from Midrealm's Bardic Madness

Northshield Kingdom Chronicler Viscountess Elashava bas Riva shares photos and video from Bardic Madness, an event which took place recently in the Shire of Eastwatch, Barony of the Cleftlands in the Midrealm.

[LOC] Festival of Birds

The Lionheart Company Presents: The Festival of Birds St Valentine's Day Tourney and Feast: Saturday 13 February 2010

[ATL] Ymir XXXV

Their Excellencies Girard and Guenievre and the Barony of Windmasters' Hill invite you to join us the weekend of February 12-14, 2010 for Ymir XXXV at the Betsy Jeff Penn 4H Center in Reidsville, NC. We hope you will mark your calendar and plan on being a part of our Barony's Annual Celebration of the Great Frost Giant!

[ATL] A Day in the Middle East

The Barony of Dun Carraig invites you to return to another day in the Medieval Middle East. There will be the usual drumming, dancing and enough fabulous food & drink to keep all attendees happy throughout the day.

[ART] 12th Night/Baronial Investiture

As the days slowly start to lengthen and we bid farewell to the holiday season, please join us in one last celebration of winter.

[MID] Gwyntarian Holiday Revel

Come celebrate the start of winter with Gwyntarian. Dress in garb, bring feast gear (including candles) and a dish to share, and be prepared to have fun.

Combative Arts Foundation Skills Day

COMBATIVE ARTS FOUNDATION SKILLS DAY RAIN or SHINE! Hosted by Chateau de Camville.

[CAL] Twelfth Night 2010

The Barony of the Lonely Tower wishes to invite you to our Italian Renaissance Twelfth Night Celebration and Baronial Investiture on January 2, 2010.

Da Vinci’s Workshop In Manhattan

Leonardo da Vinci’s Workshop, an exhibit at Discovery Times Square Exposition in New York City, brings the wonders of da Vinci's genius to life in the form of mechanical objects and interactive displays from the minds of Milan’s Leonardo3, “an innovative research center and media company” devoted to the scientist.