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Day Board Menu.
August 17, 2013

10:30 - 11:30 AM

Confirmed Classes

The classes listed on this page have been confirmed.

Additional classes may be added. Please check back frequently.

Food preservation techniques used in period, including drying, salting and smoking.

Preserving the Harvest: Lady Alana O’Keeve

Participants will be taught as they practice throwing various weapons at targets.

(Starting at 1:00 PM)

Thrown Weapons

Lord Dominic Seamor

Class will examine redactions and original texts for selected beverages, make and sample a tasty hot weather drink, and discuss variations to explore. Bring your own drinking vessel.

Easy Non-alcoholic Beverages: Lady Apollonia Voss

1:00 - 2:00 PM

Basic instruction in heraldry will be covered.

Heraldry: Reb Eleazar ha-Levi

2:00 - 3:00 PM

Introductory Exercises in Recipe Redaction. A guided opportunity to experienmmmce the process of turning a medieval English recipe into a dish that can be served at a feast.

What’s That Mean?: Master Victor of Shrewsbury

A mix of basic English and Italian dances often done in the SCA.

Bransles & Dances for All!: Lady Avelina Del Dolce

3:00 - 4:00 PM

The Trials of Jean D’Arc: Lady Genvieve

The trials of the Maid of Orleans will be examined and discussed.

All Day Classes

Participants will observe the making of glass beads and have the opportunity to make their own bead.

Glass Bead Making

Lady Naomi bat Avraham

Chivalry did not exist until the 14th century. This class will teach you about chivalry in the Viking era.

Courtesy from the Havamal: Lord Hlaford Ormr

4:00 - 5:00 PM

Calligraphy: Lady Elsa de Lyon

Overview of Medieval lettering styles. Class Fee - $5.00. Class supplies - up to  $8.00.

An Herbal First Aid Kit: Lady RósMáiri Anderson

Learn about items you can have in an herbal first aid kit.

2:00 - 5:00 PM

Making Simple Cheeses: Baroness Magdalena

Participants will receive samples and learn two recipes they can make at home. Class Fee - $5.00.