Arts and Sciences:
Artisans, craftspeople, scientists and teachers, pray attend. Charlemagne was not only a great King, but was also an avid supporter of the arts, sciences and education of all kinds. To celebrate this, the Barony of Lochmere bids one and all to come and display, teach and learn. Bring your crafts, your arts, your projects, papers and discourses to share with us all.
We have asked a panel of experienced personages, adept at diverse arts and sciences, to make themselves available for consultation. This is an opportunity for you to gain insights or guidance on what you're doing, whether it is your skills, your research or a class you may wish to teach. Please feel free to discuss your work with our roving panel of experts. The subject matter is not confined only to the period of Charlemagne, 742-814, but in order to accommodate as many participants as possible, displays may come from any time period or culture that falls within the time period of the Society (pre-1600).
Separate from this will also be a competition for the next Arts and Sciences Champion for their Excellencies Lochmere. The subject matter for this is... anything (see above)! Your work will be judged on your skills, knowledge, depth and quality of research, and quality of the end product. Competitors should be able to demonstrate the educational aspects of their work as well. The judges will be their Excellencies, Vladimir and Mebdh.
Competitors may enter anything they are also showing in the Arts and Sciences display, but those who wish to exhibt in the display only are not obligated to compete.
Children between the ages of 4 and 14 are invited to illuminate and/or letter a scroll just for them! Carolingian styled scrolls will be made available for completion and presentation later in the day during court. As a reminder, all children under the age of 14 must have a parent or guardian on site.
A glorious repast will be served throughout the day, in several removes.
Those with allergies or concerns may contact Lady Hrosvitha von Celle (Kerri Martinsen) at email@example.com
Adult Member: $12.00
Child (6-17): $8.00
As feast is inseparable from the day's activities, its cost has been combined with the "day trip" fee. If there are any questions please contact the Autocrat: Lady Christiana Irina Chaykinaia (CC Suggs) firstname.lastname@example.org
Trinity Episcopal Church,
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There is beer and wine permitted on site but no hard alcohol. Candles in containers are also permitted. Smoking is in designated area only please. The site is handicap accessable. Service animals only please.
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