We will be offering space for Rapier fencing, Heavy armoured fighting, and A&S classes.
Lord Gregorie Moroz, MIC – fencing list will be open from 10.30 am to 4pm.
10.30 am – Fencing area opens for inspections.
11.00 am – The list opens for tournaments. The tournaments will be announced that morning.
1.00 pm – Academy of Defence prize fights. Lord Gregorie Moroz challenging for the rank of Scholar and Lord Alessandro Falchetti will be challenging for the rank of Free Scholar.
4.00 pm – list closes
Be sure to bring your up-to-date authorization cards. There will be NO AUTHORIZATIONS due to time and space limitations. If you do not have an authorization card, you will NOT be allowed to fence.
Heavy Armoured Fighting
THL Thord, MIC – armoured list will be open from 10am to 4pm. Authorizations will begin at 10.30am.
College of Heralds Consultation Table
Have you been wanting to register your name and device but don’t know how to get started? Stop by our consultation table and speak with our CoH members. Take advance of this wealth of knowledge and ideas to get started, or even submit your paperwork.
12n to 4pm – Stitching with Medb – this will be an open afternoon for embroidery or other small textile projects. You will have an opportunity to bring your current project to share ideas, or bring your problem projects to get assistance with any problems.
12n to 4pm – Bardic Circle – THL Órlaith inghean uí Sheanacháin (Orla) will be hosting an open bardic circle for those who want to share some songs or short stories.
11am to 12n – What’s a Lucet? – Her Excellency Sibylla of Ramshaven will be teaching basic lucet weaving. She will have a few lucets available as well as some string. If you own a lucet, or could borrow one, please bring it along with some cotton crochet thread (check your local thrift stores).
2,30pm to 3.30pm – Taking Your Heraldry Off The Paper : Heraldic Display Ideas – Baron Percival de la Rocque will be presenting ways to use and display the beautiful devices and banners that you have.
1pm to 2pm – Late period fashion 101 – Lady Laura Battista will lead a discussion of English vs. Italian women’s clothing in the 1500s, and the influence of the Spanish.