Baron Wars Arts and Sciences

Class Schedule and Competitions

Class Schedule

Class Area 1 Class Area 2 Class Area 3
Saturday 6/23
9:00 am Kumihimo Morris Games
(At Gaming Table)
10:00 am Five Basic Stitches of the Middle-Ages Tuning and Temperament: A musical discussion King Arthur: Myth or Legend
11:00 am LUNCH LUNCH LUNCH
12:00 am Indian Flat Bread Bring your sewing questions…Your solutions are here Middle Kingdom Page School
1:00 pm Indian Flat Bread (continued) Retaining 101
2:00 pm History of the Spice Trade Intro to Bardic: We’re All Storytellers Now  Leather Work
3:00 pm Period Regimens and Fasting in the Medieval World Rondel Dagger  Leather Work (continued)

 

Class Area 1

Kumihimo-

Instructor: Hedwig Hefner (Kristy Nicolo)

We will do a basic round braid and talk a little about color choice and placement to make a desired pattern. Youth 8+ are welcome if accompanied by an adult. Kits-$2 (limit of 8 kits). Attendees are welcome to bring their own supplies.

 

Five Basic Stitches of the Middle-Ages-

Instructor: Lady Katren Wheatley

The 5 basic sewing stitches of the middle-ages. Bring an embroidery hoop if possible, and material if you choose. White linen, floss and needles will be provided. A few hoops available for use.

 

Paratha: Indian Flat Bread-

Instructor: Lady Muirenn ingen Ragnail (Myriah Crimmins)

This is a hands-on class with no costs. Limit 10.

 

History of the Spice Trade-

Come learn the History of the spice trade. No costs

 

Period Regimens and Fasting in the Medieval World-

Instructors: Lord Grigorii Melnevich Radagozszchii (Gregory Peth) and Lady Muirenn ingen Ragnaill ( Myriah Crimmins)

Spiritual, economic, cultural, and other dietary laws and customs as well as how the rich and poor observed them in the middle ages. No costs or limits.

 

Class Area 2

Morris Games (At Gaming Table)

Instructor: Aldred of Redspears

Morris games have been continuously played in many cultures for approximately the last 34 centuries. We will learn a little history of the games and then play some of them.

No size or age limit. No costs.

 

Tuning and Temperament: A musical discussion

Instructor: Dwight Miller

Bring your sewing questions…Your solutions are here.

Instructor: THL Anna Milander

 

Intro to Bardic: We’re All Storytellers Now

Instructor: Rowland the Clever

Interested in song, story, and rhyme? This class will detail what it’s like to perform in the SCA, preparation, material, and performance spaces. Come learn about them all. Learn two songs to take with you by the end of class time!

 

Rondel Dagger

Instructor: Deorsa MacGhillchearr, CCK

Class will cover the plays of the first mater of Fiore’s rondel dagger. Training daggers will be supplied, gloves are handy but not necessary. No limit on students and no cost.

 

Class Area 3

 

King Arthur: Myth or Legend

Instructor: Dwight Miller

 

Middle Kingdom Page School

Instructor: Artemisia Voltera

 

Retaining 101

Instructor:  HE Branwyn (Liz Meyers)

Come learn how to retain at events. Youth welcome with parental accompaniment.

 

Leather Work

Instructor: Dwight Miller

We are making leather pouches, and whatever people want to create!  I will be bringing in a few things for people to look at and decide.  Material cost of $5 and a limit of no more than 12.



Competitions

Baron Wars A&S Competition

We’re excited about this year’s A&S competition! An entry form has been developed in order to help with basic information on projects and feedback.

Please fill in the form and have it at the event with your entry: A&S competition form 2018

Criteria for Youth A&S Competition.

Thank you for encouraging our youth to make things and helping to prepare them for A&S competition as they grow, they are our future!
Youth covers ages 0 to 17. Skills vary by person and will be grouped as follows:

  • Group 1 : Beginer
  • Group 2 : Intermediate
  • Group 3 : Advanced

Criteria for each age group

Group 1:

  • Should be done by the child. Parents may help.
  • No documentation required. But it would be appreciated if there is an explanation of what the child did and the inspiration behind the project.

Group 2:

  • Should be done by the child only. Parent supervision.
  • No documentation required. Only something that explain what it is as well as the inspiration and material used. Period material is not mandatory, but encouraged when available.

Group 3:

  • Should be done by the child only.
  • Basic documentation is recommended with an explanation of the project, what inspired it and what material were used. Period material is not mandatory, but encouraged.

Each age group will be voted with a bean count.
There will be a winner for each age group and an overall youth winner.

Please fill in the form and have it at the event with the child’s entry: Youth A&S Form 2018

Thank you.

Lady Gabrielle De Amore – MOAS for the Marche of the Marshes
And
Lord Darrion De Amore – Baronial A&S Champion
Barony of Red Spears