865Re: Sunday Fencing & Workshops 6/5
- Jun 5, 2011We had another great Sunday of practice, the group is growing with new folk. So we spent a bunch of time working on the basics and a little two on one. Feast chests are complete and getting ready for the garb workshops. There was also conversation about expanding in some new areas which will be posted once we have the marshal coverage.
--- In email@example.com, "Phil" <lordp218@...> wrote:
> Fencing is on for this Sunday, Rain or Shine. Please note time change, but location is the same. Bring your thoughts, notes and what you can share at persona workshop and we get ready for garb workshop. We can all learn from each other. We are working towards re-enactor level personas so this may be on going workshop for the spring and summer. We are working on getting some experince people to come and do a workshop.
> There is no charge for the workshops as you b...ring your own materials and there is no charge for fencing. BBQ is free you can bring your own food to burn if you wish, Or if you want bring your own cooked food
> We had a great practice last week and have committments from a few new people for this Sunday.
> There is fencing every Sunday, below is the workshop schedule as it stands now;
> 6/12, 19 & 20 Historical Garb making & Fencing
> Decide what you want to make, get patterns & material if needed. We have two good machines. Bring your own if you wish.
> 7/10 & 17 Fiber Swords & Fencing;
> Will post pattern and materials needed on 7/1. If you want before then e-mail us.
> 8/7 & 14 Rubber Band Guns & RBs (RBGs) & Fencing
> Got instructions on RBs, but still looking for a good RBG pattern
> Other future workshops;
> Historical game making & playing
> Glass Blowing (Classes of six)
> 1:30 4:30 PM Sundays
> 3131 Acushnet Ave.
> New Bedford, MA 02745
> Phil Packard
> (phone broken, using carrier pigeons, dam falcons )
> Tricia Bentley
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