41Ayreton Area Activities
- May 1, 2006SUNDAYS** Grey Gargoyles Garb CircleMagdalena Von Der Plesse and Sarafina, shall start a garb circle Sundays at the Grey Gargoyles starting around 2p.This is designed to be a low key way for people to work on their sewing projects and to learn from each other. It is NOT designed to be a formal instructional occurance. However, anyone who needs help or wants to start learning how to make garb is more than welcome!Of course other Arts and Sciences projects are welcome to come and share the space on Sundays as well.MONDAYS** Tree Girt Sea - Consort Music
Monday nights from 7:30 to 9 at Robyyan and Fern's 2506 W Morse Ave. Any instrument is welcome, recorders can be borrowed, and Robyyan is willing to teach. Absolute beginners please call first, as some sight reading ability is necessary - this can also be taught. Please call 773-764-1920 to confirm.___________________________________________________________________TUESDAYS** Calligraphy and Illumination 2nd 4th and 5th Tuesdays from 7:30 to 10 in Evanston at Peter and Magdalena's. Call 847-864-0125 to confirm.This month that is May 9, 23, 30.___________________________________________________________________WEDNESDAYSWednesdaysHeraldry Night Alternating Wednesdays at 7:00 in Naperville at Thorvalds. The address is 1673 Cove Ct. , Naperville , IL (630) 416-8721. Next meetings scheduled for May 10th and 24th.Experienced and new heralds are welcomed. If you have any interest in heraldry, this is a great opportunity to learn about armory and the submission process. We will be commenting on the Midrealm Internal Letters of Intent to practice and learn._______________________________________________________________________THURSDAYS** The PippinsA Cappella Medieval and Renaissance singing groupMeets every Thursday, hosted by Mistress Gianetta Andreini da Vicenza, located in Andersonville (north side of the city). Call 312-259-6688 for more information.** Rokkehealden ScriptoriumThe Scriptorium is composed of all skill levels. The Scriptorium is open to anyone who is interested in any aspect of the scribal arts. You do NOT have to be a member of the shire to participate in the Scriptorium. You don't have to be an artist. You don't have to paint. You don't have to draw. You don't even have to do calligraphy. Experiment and do what you like. You don't have to buy anything. We are a friendly group and share our supplies. Of course, if you get hooked like we did, you'll want to get your own supplies. From time to time we hold classes to teach various aspects of calligraphy and illumination. About the only request (per say) is you be active, encouraging, positive to others and yourself.Place: Oak Brook Library, 600 Oak Brook Rd. , Oak Brook IL
WEDNESDAY, May 3** NOTE Wed. May 3, not Thur. May 4 as normal
Thursday, May 25 (also moot)
Thursday, June 1
Thursday, JUNE 29 (also moot)** NOTE June 29, not June 22 as normalFor more information, contact Lady Fiona svalentine_98@..._______________________________________________________________________CRYER'S NOTEI apologize if I have missed anyones announcements. As always feel free to contact me and I will do my best to make all corrections. Ayretontownecryer@... As always I will be happy to make any announcements that I am asked to make that are open inviations and are SCA activity related.
This is an e-mail announcement from the Ayreton Towne Cryer. If you wish to have an activity, demo, event or other type of SCA get together announced feel free to contact me and request an announcement be made. After all the more people playing nice together, the more fun it is for everyone! Corrections can also be made but only if you help me find them.
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