Lord Clancy knows what his soldiers need to know to whether the harsh conditions on the battlefield. As such, he will be providing free education involving the following subjects for all attendees:
We will be having an A & S project competition. This will be judged by both judges ( for those that have documents) and the populous vote (bean count) Please See Darren Wallace for information, to let him know you are entering as well as for those that wish to be judges.
11:00am – 12:00pm –
Jennifer Kline :The Fit Combatant
“The Mental Game”. The short description is “This is a group discussion in some of the various aspects of the mental side of fighting. From gettinn ready to enter the bout to common problems that come up and some techniques we will explore the part of the bout that happens between your ears. This is geared more towards fencing but can be applied to heavy combat as well.
11:00am – 12:00pm – Andy
Awards, Order, Title, Devices and Full Achievement We will start with the Title Awards and Identifying. After, we will talk about Post-Nominal after your SCA Name. Next we continue with a brief creation on the device. Then get into the Full Achievement and finish with the Awards, Orders, Titles, and Honors in the Middle Kingdom Path for the Specific Type.
1:00 pm – 2:00pm – Dance class
Youth Treasure Hunt
Assemble at 1 with the Pirate and learn about pirates, then start the treasure hunt. this wraps up at 3:00
Adult Treasure Hunt
Pick up the treasure map from our Pirate, then solve the map.Turn it back in the the Pirate for a prize when you are done. Winners will be announced at court
2:00pm – 3:00pm – Andy
– Anglo-Saxon History and Garbs The Brief History of the Anglo-Saxon Lands who inhabited Britain between the 5th thru the 11th Century and then we will look at the Garb of the Men, Women and Children of the same time period.
3:00p,-4:00pm- Introduction to Period Legal Document & Seal This is the Tools of the Period for the Clerks includes inherent value, formulaic language, text positioning, flourishes and decoration, indenture and seals and marks.
3:00pm – 4:00pm –
Salt : its history and use