10822Fwd: Artisan row
- Apr 21, 2014
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Pennsic Artisans' RowArtisans make things or provide services, and at Pennsic, Artisans' Row promotes a wide variety of Arts and Sciences. Whether you are an experienced Artisan, a Novice excited about a new activity, or would just like to see what a craft is all about, there is a place for you at Artisans' Row.
The format of Artisans' Row is day-long continuous demonstration and display, with hands-on participation, sharing of ideas, and joyful camaraderie.
Topics demonstrated in past years have included: Arrow making, Beeswax Candles, Book Arts, Cheesemaking, Embroidery, Fiber Arts, Glass Beadmaking, Lacemaking, Leatherworking, Medieval Animals, Music, Narrow Needle Arts, Paternosters, Period Pigments, Poetry, Pretzel Making, Scientific Instruments, and Zil playing. This year, one of the activities planned is a Circa-1200 Day.Pennsic War is an annual event between the East and Middle Kingdoms of the Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc., and takes place within the Kingdom of Æthelmearc at Coopers' Lake Campground. Webhosting services are generously donated by Panix.com (Public Access Networks Corporation). The Pennsic War event staff thank Panix for their continued support of the SCA and the Pennsic War.Sent from my iPad
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