Archive - Jan 11, 2008 - Event
Submitted by Milica on Fri, 2008-01-11 12:39
The time is Italy in the mid-14th century. Come join us for a day celebrating the joys of this time. Display your expertise in the arts; demonstrate your music and storytelling skills. Join others on the fighting field and pledge your devotion to your lord or lady.
Armored and rapier fighting will take place in the Equestrian Barn throughout the day. This is an enclosed building, but dress for warmth.
Barony of Ponte Alto (Leesburg, Virginia)
Submitted by Milica on Fri, 2008-01-11 11:28
Caer Galen is known as a Barony full of wonderfully talented artisans. Once a year they come together impressing all spectators with the variety of talents this lovely Barony offers. This time again draws nigh! I have been blessed the honor of autocratting this year's Baronial Arts and Sciences. I humbly invite all artisans of Caer Galen, and onward to demonstrate their talents before very fortunate spectators.
Barony of Caer Galen (Boulder Colorado)
Submitted by Milica on Fri, 2008-01-11 11:10
Schola Saint George the Omaha Study Group* Announces a Western Martial Arts Seminar” Join with Us, Saturday, February – 2nd – 2008
Meet and Study with; Mr. Brian Price, Historical Combat Systems
Instructor - Founder & Head-Researcher; Schola Saint George, (a
historical western martial arts academy, Hq; DFW Tx, USA) who will be
presenting: “Longsword Fundamentals” using Fiore dei Liberi’s /Fior di
Schola Saint George
Omaha Study Group (Papillion, Nebraska)
Submitted by Milica on Fri, 2008-01-11 10:32
Their Sufficiencies, the Marquee and Marqessa of Boldt Castle, and their
Mainlander Friends, the Canton of Greyfells, invite one and all to
participate in the celebration of Skraeling Althing Baronial 12th Night, on
the 12th of January 2008. Doors open at noon and will close no later than
10pm. It shall be an evening of enjoyment with friends, food, fun and
laughter sufficient for all. There is a theme, which shall become apparent,
Canton of Greyfells (Kingston, Ontario)
Submitted by Milica on Fri, 2008-01-11 09:42
Didn't get enough dancing at Twelfth Night? Love to dance and didn't get to Twelfth Night? Never fear! It is time once again for the Crosston Dance Ball!
If you enjoy historical dancing to music made by live musicians, here
is your chance to twinkle your toes, flex your feet, nimbly amble,
sonorously stamp, and lithely leap.
Saturday 26 January
Doors open at 10 AM
Beginning at 1 PM, there will be dance instruction led by our
Shire of Crosston (Santa Clara, California)