Sorry if this goes out twice. Not sure the first one went through...
No offense taken. It was my mistake for not getting an updated class list to Metylda. I've been psychotically busy preparing for my move this Saturday, but that's no excuse. I've been a poor communicator lately. Please accept my humble apologies, everyone. I'm hoping to get the full updated list, complete with class descriptions, on the website asap.
Updated classes not on the initial list:
Variations in Persian and Turkish Coats; Middle Eastern Percussion for non-drummers--Mihri (what's your last name, dear?)
How to Train Your Ear to Carry a Tune; How to Perform as a Strolling Performer--Tabitha Pennywarden
Making Children's Garb--Philippa Montague
Intro to Cut and Thrust--Mike Pennock
Circa 1200--Kathy Westburg
Taking a Powder (period spice-mixing)--Rose Marian
How to Make Rapier Armor and Gambesons; Lace, a Brief Talk About Pedigree and Uses in the SCA Time Frame--Antina Rickards
Did I miss anyone this time around?
Also, please note that I made a name mistake. Sausage-making and Basic Dairy are being taught by Lady Tacit of Darby, not Tacit of Tree-Girt-Sea. I'll make sure this is correct in the future.
Please also take note that our Esteemed Lady Kingdom Chronicler's Training and Warranting class is required for group Chroniclers.
Phaedra de Vere
A&S Education Day class coordinator and Ravenslake MOAS
Wed Feb 18, 2009 9:29 pm (PST)
Metylda.. you are absolutely right. My apologies to the list and to the
On Wed, Feb 18, 2009 at 11:25 PM, Metylda <bamf505@yahoo. com> wrote:
> Then I would suggest you contact the class coordinator and double check.
> I posted what was forwarded to me.
> Also, I would suggest that in the future, you talk to that person before
> complaining in a forum that they may not be a part of.
> My two cents,
> There is no snooze button on a cat who wants breakfast.
> Me þæt wyrd gewæf
> --- On *Wed, 2/18/09, Christina King <haflagirl@gmail. com>* wrote:
> From: Christina King <haflagirl@gmail. com>
> Subject: Re: [Ayreton] Fwd: Classes listed for A&S Day
> To: Ayreton@yahoogroups .com
> Date: Wednesday, February 18, 2009, 10:32 AM
> Same here. My classes do not appear on this listing.
> On Wed, Feb 18, 2009 at 10:19 AM, Kyla <skycat@...> wrote:
>> I thought I was teaching some classes, as well.
>> Apparently not.
>> -----Original Message-----
>> *From:* Ayreton@yahoogroups .com [mailto:Ayreton@yahoogroups .com]*On
>> Behalf Of *AlexdeSet@aol. com
>> *Sent:* Tuesday, February 17, 2009 9:33 PM
>> *To:* Ayreton@yahoogroups .com; TerraeFinis@ yahoogroups. com;
>> Bronze_Ring@ yahoogroups. com
>> *Subject:* [Ayreton] Fwd: Classes listed for A&S Day
>> I invite to your attention some of the classes currently scheduled
>> for the A&S Day event to be held in Ravenslake on 7 March in Crystal Lake
>> (McHenry County, IL). Looks like lots of good stuff with some noteworthy
>> Personally, I am looking forward to the sewing machine class and
>> Patrick von Brandenburg' s "Equi-Sims" (fighting on horseback), among others.
>> Alexander de Seton
>> Classes listed for A&S Day
>> *Please note that classes are subject to change.*
>> If anyone would like to teach, please contact ***Phaedra*<%20klc011@hotmail. com>
>> More classes will be added as they are confirmed.
>> *Schedule will be posted in a shortly.*
>> *How to use a Sewing Machine for Fighters*. - A hands on class entirely
>> for non-sewing fighters on how to use a sewing machine. The class will cover
>> the basics of a sewing machine, machine maintenance, threading the machine,
>> changing stitches, and general stitching. Participants will create a padded
>> arming cap to be worn under a helm. Sewing machines and materials will be
>> provided. Limit 10 people. Mandatory class for those going on to the *Pillaging
>> German Garb* Class. $5 fee for materials (free for those in the Pillaging
>> Garb Class). - (1 hour. 9am-10am) -* Verena
>> Pillaging; The art of German Garb through looting or How to make a Male
>> Period German Landsknecht Outfit for $30.* - A hands on workshop for
>> non-sewers on how to make a period German Landsknecht outfit using looted
>> items. Participants will make a Landsknecht Jacket (doublet) and pants
>> (hosen). Class will also include documentation and history about the 16th
>> century Landsknechts and their garb. Sewing Machines and materials will be
>> provided. $30 fee for materials. Please email instructor beforehand (
>> verena@broomstich. com) in order to plan for the proper amount of
>> materials and necessary sewing machines. The earlier class on How to use a
>> Sewing Machine is mandatory. For experienced sewers and those not wanting to
>> take the workshop, A Class Handout Packet is available for $10. (All Day
>> Workshop- After How to use a Sewing Machine for Fighters.Those interested,
>> please email Verena ***here* <verena@broomstich. com>) -* Verena
>> Reticella 101 and its applications* ; blackwork; A&S competition --*
>> Basic heraldry* --* Callie*
>> Court Heraldry, tourney heraldry* --* Master **Alexander (*will be
>> combined with a small tourney, and a mock court)
>> *Kingdom Chronicler's class
>> *Men and women's Elizabethan clothing* (2 classes); A&S competition- what
>> to expect and how to prepare --* Mistress Sarafina
>> *Armor-making and research*; looking good for a Pas de Armes --* Master
>> Sir Talbot
>> *Shoemaking *--* Seamus Mac Murchada
>> *Pewter-casting* --* Baron Ettienne des Roches
>> *Performance research* --* Master Christian d'Hiver from Calontir
>> *Evaluation of Performances and Projects in SCA* --* Catalin Zoldszem
>> *Breadmaking* --* Simon* (Catalin's husband)
>> *Embroidery* (may be more than one type) --* Gretchen
>> *Sausage-making* ; basic dairy (can be lecture/tasting) --* Tacit of
>> *German Mounted Combat-armed* ; *German Mounted Combat-unarmed* ;
>> Combat-Where we find it and how we do it --* Patrick von Brandenberg*
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