We are thrilled to have so many spectacular teachers offering such a great diversity of classes at this event, particularly our guest speakers, Gale Owen Crocker, professor emeritus of Manchester University, England, in Anglo-Saxon Studies, author and researcher; and Robin Netherton, author and researcher, known for her dress and textiles research for the medieval era. Robin Netherton will deliver our Friday evening address on the intersection between academic research and reenactors.
Please click the link below to view class titles and descriptions, which include topics related to armor, duel and tournament, feast and brewing, costuming, fiber and narrow work, accessories, scribal, song and wordsmithing, Scandinavian studies, and even gardens.
Although the class schedule is mostly filled, we would still be happy to maintain a list of alternates. In mid-February, we will post the final class schedule, with a link to the pamphlet which can be printed from home.
For more information about entering the Saturday night A&S Display
please contact, Naomi bat Avraham