“It promotes honor, courtesy, generosity — a lot of things that are kind of missing in today’s society,” said Asgar Rolfson (Dan Haley) of Sarasota Springs, New York, about his sons' participation with him in the Society for Creative Anachronism. Meg Hagerty of the Post Star spoke with Lord Asgar for a Father's Day article.
We are seeking the help of volunteers with this years Known World Children's Fete at Pennsic. The Fete will be on July 31, 2013 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm at the Great Hall. Can you sing a song, dance a jig, paint a face, smile and laugh a lot, color a picture, have fun or any sort of other activities? Then we could use you.
It was a day of fun and learning at Readington Middle School, along with the Holland Brook School, in Readington Township, New Jersey when Readington held its annual Renaissance Fair. Renée Kiriluk-Hill of the Hunterdon Democrat has the story.
A new interactive website, aimed at children, has been launched by the Runnymede Trust and archaeologists from the University of Reading. The site focusses on the diversity of Roman Britain by allowing children to learn about Roman residents such as the ‘Ivory Bangle Lady,’ a "high status young woman of North African descent who remains were buried in Roman York."
The Shires of Nahrun Kabirun and White Mountain Invite you to join us at Clan Wars AS XLVIII (48) Friday, August 2, 2013 @2 pm through Sunday August 4, 2013 @ 2 pm, Cedar Creek (Sam Tobias Campground), 901 Mechem Drive,Ruidoso, NM 88345
Avert your eyes! The Grail will make its annual appearance on Saturday, April 27, 2013! Please join us at Greenfields Country Day School as we watch unbelted fighters vie for the honor (some say punishment) of hosting this terrible relic within their home.
Come! One and all to the Barony of Winter’s Gate, Fool’s Revel, on Saturday, April 20, 2013. Celebrate the masque including, a Boffer Tourney, a Feast of Fools and a performance of Oberson the Fairy Prince, at Fool’s Revel!
The Barony of Bryn Madoc invites the Known World to join us at Dreamstone 2013. This event will be immersed in the writings of Geoffrey Chaucer, from works such as The Legend of Good Women to his masterpiece The Canterbury Tales. The schedule will be filled with wonderful activities for adults and children alike, so brush up on your middle English and take a ride into Canterbury!
Come and join the merriment and fun in the friendly Canton of Stegby. Challenge yourself to games of skill and taste the delights of the New World. Share your table and your ale, share your laughter and your camaraderie.
Have you ever wondered it would be like to be in the labyrinth with the Minotaur? Come to the Dominion of Myrkfaelinn and find out! Come fight and fence in the labyrinth. Come dance in celebration of the victories. Come take part in children's activities and learn about history. Bring a story or a song from mythology to share.
Come one, come all ~ witness the thrilling rapier battles of the notorious Vitalian Brotherhood, as they desperately defend their territory against the invading Teutonic Knights! There will be a GRAND PRIZE to the victor! The last standing fighter, be he or she Brotherhood or Teutonic Knight!