|1:00 – 1:55||Track 1 / Rm A||Duke Cellach macChormach (Jesse Weber)||Armored Combat Rule Review & Refresher||55min||No||Class is a review of the current Armored Combat rules for the Middle Kingdom. Recent rule changees will be covered as well Marshals in Training that attend the class will receive one full set of signatures towards the completion of their MiT.|
|2:00 – 2:55||Track 1 / Rm A||THL Elizabeth of Roxbury Mill (Jolene Sedano)||Beginning Gouache/Thank You Card Painting||55min||No||Basic techniques for students new to this medium, discussion about materials such as brushes, brands of paints, and containers to store and mix paints in. Practicing will be done on Thank You cards|
|1:00 – 1:55||Track 2 / Rm B||Lady Susanna Merrybegot (Susan Stoltze)||Women Warriors of the Middle Ages||55min||No||Although women warriors were rare, they were as fierce as their male counterparts and well-respected. Come and meet these amazing warrior women and hear their stories|
|2:00 – 2:55||Track 2 / Rm B||Lady Susanna Merrybegot (Susan Stoltze)||Women Pirates||55min||No||If you think Bonnie & Clyde were bad, come and meet Bonney & Reid. Let’s hear their stories and dish out the dirt on these dastardly damsels.|
|3:00 – 3:55||Track 2 / Rm B||Baroness Slany bean Uillic|
Nobility of the
Midrealm Meet &
|1 Hr.||No||Current Barons & Baronesses of the Midrealm meet to|
discuss current issues facing their baronies.
|1:00 – 1:55||Track 3 / Rm C||Lady Lette de Cherselawe (Martha Kearsley)||Fabrics and Finishes of the 14th Century||55min||No||Garments in the 14th Century were made and finished in specific and characteristic ways. This class will provide an overview of the period evidence and available modern alternatives.|
|2:00 – 2:55||Track 3 / Rm C||Lady Lette de Cherselawe (Martha Kearsley)||Europe in the 14th Century||55min||No||The 14th Century for Europe was a time of tragedy and tumult. This class will examine the century with an emphasis on parallels to the present day.|
|3:00 – 3:55||Track 3 / Rm C||Countess Sir Fern de la Foret|
|Airs and Graces||55min||How would you like to have a reputation for grace &|
elegance? Looking Good in the SCA is about attitudes
as much as about fancy garb. Your deportment and
your courtly manners make the strongest impacc at
court, on the dance floor, and at the rest of the event.
Countess Sir Fern will show you how to use your
physique and your manners to impress your audience
and show off your style. How to swirl your cloak, doff
your cap, and make your reverence. We will discuss
contsruction of garb, stategies for conversation, and the
fundamental importance of timing.