Re: October Crown A&S Pavilion Shift
Would it be asking too much to have you teach both?
If so--how about the basic sword and dagger class? I could get a
shout about it done--what would be a preferrable time? Early seems
better than late since there is Roses and the final rounds. Drop me a
private message and let's talk about it.
Nyteshaed--I'm not sure when teardown of the A&S will be--I am not in
charge of that. Probably late Sunday morning--early Sunday
afternoon.Godrich has stated he is more than happy to have help with
it whenever it happens, however.
Please also drop me a private note--Let's see what we can come up with
for a short schedule of classes--maybe a 101 AND the sword and dagger
Staffan--be sure to let me know if you have any takers on your
historical demos--wanna be sure we don't overlap in times here.
--- In RoyalGuildofDefense@yahoogroups.com, "David Coblentz"
> Eyba and I will be at crown on Saturday and Sunday and would be happy to
> help with the pavilion. Apart from guard duties, and planning on
> in roses, I don't think we'll have a lot going on, and can hang outin the
> pavilion a lot. I'd be happy to be available to help teach anyone who'sfencing
> interested in learning about fencing. I could either help teach a
> 101 type class, or a basic Capoferro sword and dagger class.to be?
> On Wed, Sep 24, 2008 at 3:07 PM, Nytshaed(Douglas Leonard) <
> nytshaed1967@...> wrote:
> > Brigit - neither my Lady nor I can attend Crown Sat, but I am
> > open for Pavillion duty all but the short period of the White Scarf
> > meeting on Sunday.
> > Happy to help with teardown - any idea when that is likely
> >be in
> > Nytshaed
> > ----- Original Message ----
> > From: Brigit <brigitgoddess1@...>
> > To: RoyalGuildofDefense@yahoogroups.com
> > Sent: Wednesday, September 10, 2008 7:53:08 PM
> > Subject: [RoyalGuildofDefense] October Crown A&S Pavilion Shifts
> > So--we have been given the go-ahead by Godrich of the A&S PTB to
> > the pavilion and give classes as we see fit.Fence.
> > So--I am thinking of keeping the Guild table open from 11am to 4pm on
> > Saturday and perhaps a bit on Sunday if we can get anyone to volunteer
> > for that day.
> > I'd like shifts to be no more than an hour. So I need YOU, yes YOU to
> > volunteer to talk to anyone who drops by about the Royal Guild of
> > Feel free to put your name in these slots:
> > 11am-noon
> > Noon to 1pm
> > 1pm to 2pm
> > 2pm to 3
> > 3pm to 4
> > Also--would someone like to teach a class? I'm thinking for starters
> > a Fencing 101 class. This would also be a wonderful time to do a
> > demonstration of the style of your particular Master.
> > Let me know.
> > Brigit