The Barony of Sentinels' Keep is pleased to host Kingdom Collegium on Nov. 6th 2010. The event will be held on the third floor of the University Center on the U of M campus in Missoula, MT. There is elevator access for your convenience. The site will open at 9 AM and close at 8 PM.
There will be no site fee for this event but voluntary donations will be gratefully accepted. There will be a $1 class fee for each class, (in addition to any material fees that the instructor may charge) payable at the class sign up table. Material fees will be paid directly to instructors at the beginning of each class.
Due to University policies, there are some site restrictions: No pets, no alcohol and no cooking. There is no smoking within 25' of buildings. (smoking restrictions on the U of M campus may be changing – we will update that information in the fall) There will be space outdoors for fighting classes, but no protection from what ever Mother Nature deems fit to bless us with. There will be no feast or lunch provided but there are food vendors in the building for lunch, and many eating establishments a short drive away.
INSTRUCTORS!!! We need your help! If there is something you would be willing to teach, please contact our class coordinator or register online at the link below. Classes needing more than one time slot are welcomed, please note that when registering. To sign up to teach a class, please go to: http://tinyurl.com/2fdrf8e
CLASS COORDINATOR: Baroness Juliana nic Lachlainn Email: email@example.com
Our Kingdom fundraiser will consist of an "artisan" bag raffle. We are asking people to donate an item of their own making for this raffle. Please bring extra coins to support our fair Kingdom.
Tentative Event Schedule: Site opens at 9:00am.
Classes will begin at 10:00am, and will run in the following time slots: 10:00-11:20, 11:30-12:50, 1:00-2:20, 2:30-3:50, 4:00-5:20.
Court is scheduled at the whim of Their Majesties, but is likely to begin as soon as possible following the last class slot. Site closes after court or 8:00pm, whichever comes first.
Directions to site: Take your best route to Missoula, MT.
From I-90, take the Van Buren St exit, #105. Go south to E. Broadway. Turn right. Go 3 blocks to Madison St where you will turn left and cross the Madison St. Bridge. You will find yourself on Arthur Ave. Once across the bridge the easiest way to get to the site is to continue south on Arthur Ave, past the U of M campus on your left, until you reach E Beckwith Ave. Turn left. ** E Beckwith Ave will curve north, changing to Campus Dr. The University Center will be on your left, at the 3rd parking lot entrance. You can park in lots A, F, or V. The University Center has entrances on both the north and south ends. The elevator is towards the center of the building. Here is a link to a map of the U of M campus: http://map.umt.edu/
If you are coming into town from the south on Hwy 93, the highway turns into Brooks St. Follow Brooks St across town until you get to Mount Ave. You will turn right on Mount, and follow it to S Higgins Ave. Turn left on S Higgins and in one block turn right on E Beckwith Ave. Follow E Beckwith until it crosses Arthur Ave, continue straight and follow directions from **.
If you have any questions please contact the Event Steward: Mistress Gefjon fasthaldri Hrafnardottir
For Event up-dates please visit our Facebook Page at: http://tinyurl.com/28vyvh4
Guest Speakers/Instructors for Kingdom Collegium
Hipólito Rafael Chacón, Professor of Art History and Criticism, School of Art at the University of Montana. He will be doing the slideshow presentation "The Sons of Thunder Follow the Star: Journeys on the Camino de Santiago" Rafael and his partner hiked the pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela, from the French Pyrenees to northwest Spain. This spring, they hiked the Via Podiensis, the ancient route from Le Puy-en-Velay in central France to the Pyrenees. He is currently researching medieval pilgrimage routes in the kingdom of Bohemia.
Countess Inga the Unfettered (Michelle Height), from the Kingdom of An Tir will be teaching 3 classes (yet to be determined) on calligraphy and/or Norse Costuming.
Theodore Brooks Hughes, Registrar from the Fort Missoula Historical Museum will give a power point presentation "An analysis of the Wars of the Romani, a Flemish tapestry from the late sixteenth century"