Re: [EKSouth] Re: A wonderful idea
- <quote who="gabrielle_of_whitehouse">
> As a small suggestion for event planners, it would be extremelyFrosted Hills has had space available for children's activities at every
> helpful if at events, a specific space could be set aside for
> children to gather (with their parent/s). This is indeed happening
> at many events, and of course reserving an extra room is easier at
event we have held since I've been seneschal (over a decade).
At Hrim Schola VIII, March 13th, we will again be providing a space children.
More info can be found at the event announcement:
And class info can be found:
As the event notice says, we have no fee for this event as our shire
members greatly dislike the concept of an NMS. As we do have expenses, any
donations to help us cover the costs of the event will be greatly
appreciated and warmly thanked.
Look forward to seeing people there...
Haraldr Bassi, Frosted Hills, East
yahoo at drakkar org
> So that's my two cents. And Dame Aoife, if you are reading, I wouldThere are a few links on http://youth.aethelmearc.net .
> love to see some links to websites that feature easy medieval-type
> activities for children. I have a couple places I go before events
> to print out medieval coloring pages, but I'm willing to bet there
> are lots more out there ...
> In Service to the East and the Society,
> Gabrielle van Nijenrode
- I find the timing of this quite interesting, since I will be proposing a very similar event to my shire at our next business meeting. If all goes well, we'll have our own kids event in the southern region :-)
If anyone has any suggestions or things they'd like to see, email me privately, I am open to ideas :-)
shire of Silver Rylle
Mark Burton <ruslan1@...> wrote:
>I read this this morn on another list and was struck by how wonderful an
>idea it was.
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- FYI - if you go to your local newspaper office and ask for 'end rolls'
(they are rolls of newsprint that have too little left to use in the
presses) Usually they don't charge you anything or $1 - $3 per roll.
I have found that the smallest rolls can be used for tablecovers for approx
50 standard picnic tables quite nicely.
Have the kids decorate their own 'place setting' for feast.
I find the timing of this quite interesting, since I will be proposing a
very similar event to my shire at our next business meeting. If all goes
well, we'll have our own kids event in the southern region :-)
If anyone has any suggestions or things they'd like to see, email me
privately, I am open to ideas :-)
shire of Silver Rylle
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