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An historical recreation household centered on the Central Oregon Coast (households are not official groups of the Society for Creative Anachronism and do not represent the views or policies of SCA, Inc. )

We’re supposed to be going into Feast Season – 10-12-20

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<sighing heavily> No tourneys, now no feasts… I haz a sad..

…but people are still doing videos of classes and dances and interviews…. so I gets over it. 🙂

Last month’s potluck was fun. “Chicken flour” 🙂 That turned out to be a chicken in almond milk gravy (the “shred” pic”.)

We’re all still “cooking” along. We had a nice potluck last month and are working on this month’s. With it being harvest season the soup pot and the dehydrator have been working overtime. …and mead….

Lots of dried stuff – yellow squash, celery and tomato, lemon, apple, honeydew, cantelope, zucchini, tomato

Peggy has a bunch of nice scroll pieces and finished the embroidery on a brick-work project. Amy has some spool-knitting and njalbinden in the largesse stash. There are a couple of nice bits on sundials in the reports.

Sewing was mostly construction this month, although a few embroidery bits happened…. Arlys’ Assisi-work and flower vine, Peggy’s brickwork, a bit on a sampler, the edging on the table runner, mostly it was mundane, crafting baby toys….

A lot of plant and herb starts are getting one and a lot of harvesting and prep has happened there, too.

…and there are always lots of links and funnies in the reports!

Virtual Potluck is next Sunday (10/18) and project days are happening every Sunday.

This month (these are standard meeting times) All are in the Virtual Realm at the current time. …and yes, we’re still trying to keep to the schedule!

  • Herb Bunch – At Ancient Light, Saturdays, 11am-1pm
  • Sewing Time – At Ancient Light, Saturdays, 3-5pm
  • Project Day – At Ancient Light, Sundays, Noon to 6pm
  • Cheese and Wine is an occasional meeting. Watch our Facebook group for notices!
  • Potluck is usually 3rd Sunday of the month. Virtual potlucks mean that you set up a meal for yourself, in garb, and get pix of whatever. Sometimes that will be the food (get us a recipe or review), sometimes your plateful, sometimes the table, or you. 

Reports

Through:

…and this coming week’s (live by Tuesday) Activities through 10-18-20 Potluck – https://housecapuchin.com/?post_type=jetpack-portfolio&p=14571

Here are the direct Portfolio links which have all the past Project Day reports and all the various projects, just whomp through pictures until what you see appeals to you, mouse-hover on the pic and then hit “view” when that shows.

…and to get to Ancient Light – https://www.google.com/maps/dir/”/ancient+light+waldport/@44.4266636,-124.1371198,12z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m8!4m7!1m0!1m5!1m1!1s0x54c1c24bf1be429f:0x69542f3011d51d41!2m2!1d-124.06708!2d44.426685

moving pen motif

In ministerio autem Somnium! – Anja Snihova’, graeca doctrina servus to House Capuchin.

There’s a grand Ithra! 9-1-20

House Capuchin Shield2Tourists and plague. Plague and tourists. Summer. <sigh>

With no way to meet in person it’s been difficult to keep enthusiasm up for group projects, so we’re all just working on personal stuff, trying to make things that will enhance our “game” when we can get back together.

Lots of classes have been going on and this weekend is a Grand Ithra that starts in just a few hours from now. It looks fantastic!

Class and cookery links have been the big ones this past month and in some of the reports what we were working on was so much the least of it as to disappear!

2nd batch with one with chopped lil smokies, bottom are fig jam to the left, wild blueberry to the right

Anja and Loren did a lot of cooking this month, mostly learning how to make various tarts, from egg custard, to fruit, to egg and cheese. We’ve had a bunch of new recipes for this, historically based, if not perfectly period. They’re also working on cordials of various sorts and will probably be starting another mead or metheglin this weekend. Butr’d Wortes were another new one this month and we’ve also been following Volker Bach’s translation of a 1460 cookbook by “Master Hans” from 1460.

Cardoons fruit/bud

Herbs are being worked on constantly. Watering and tending are the largest part of it, but harvesting is constantly happening, as well. One crop was the fennel blossoms that went entirely into a batch of sausage put by for winter in the freezer. We’ve tried various recipes with sweet cicely in them

Lettuces, dandelion and sorrel

that aren’t quite what we were aiming for, so a lot of those are still being worked on. A lot of the Butr’d Wortes from the potluck came directly out of our garden-in-buckets at Anja and Loren’s shop. The cardoons had one tiny blossom this year. We’re hoping they’ll do better next year. The various fig trees are doing well, several need to be planted still. We were also gifted a batch of Egyptian Walking Onions that should be getting planted this week.

Loren’s newest needle

Bone needles and little wooden animals get made this time of year, because they don’t take up a lot of space and materials and are something that can be picked up and put down. Likewise many pincushions, only a few of which have actually made it into the reports.

Scissor bob

Anja has been working on an ethnic rag doll. That’s our featured photo, here. Other sewing has been happening. Claire finished a re-make of a fur collar last weekend. Kiss-lock pouches, and various embroideries are going on and some very mundane sewing, as well. Amy is working on her lucet cords.

North garden

This month (these are standard meeting times) 

  • Herb Bunch – At Ancient Light, Saturdays, 11am-1pm
  • Sewing Time – At Ancient Light, Saturdays, 3-5pm
  • Project Day – At Ancient Light, Sundays, Noon to 6pm
  • Cheese and Wine is an occasional meeting. Watch our Facebook group for notices!
  • Potluck is usually 3rd Sunday of the month. In garb (if you can) and bring a dish to share! Next on 12/15, 1/19/20
  • Winter Feast Date is 2/23/20 Theme is German Renaissance

Reports

Cardoons fruit/bud

Through:

Done! No thanks to the kitten who was attacking the bottom as I tried it on. I’m definitely going to have to start dressing when I get to day trip events instead of at home.

…and this coming week’s (live by Monday) Activities through 9-6-20 Grand Ithra – https://wp.me/p8ngGY-3GZ

Here are the direct Portfolio links which have all the past Project Day reports and all the various projects, just whomp through pictures until what you see appeals to you, mouse-hover on the pic and then hit “view” when that shows.

…and to get to Ancient Light – https://www.google.com/maps/dir/”/ancient+light+waldport/@44.4266636,-124.1371198,12z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m8!4m7!1m0!1m5!1m1!1s0x54c1c24bf1be429f:0x69542f3011d51d41!2m2!1d-124.06708!2d44.426685

moving pen motifIn ministerio autem Somnium! – Anja Snihova’, graeca doctrina servus to House Capuchin.

Still in the Virtual Realm – 8-4-20

House Capuchin Shield2Still dealing with the Plague… Back in March people were saying this would be over, long since. Anyone who had read anything about pandemics knew better. No in-person until the end of January 2021, now.

We’re continuing with the Project Days on Sunday, online, and the Virtual Potluck on the 3rd Sunday.

Viscount Edward, the man in red. Photo courtesy of Duchess Dagmar Halvdan

Viscount Sir Edward Zifran Crossed in July. Another piece of our An Tir history is gone.

There have been lots of class links posted each week and lots of cookery. One thing this pandemic has been good for is getting that sort of thing online. Vlogs that put up the occasional link have been doing weekly or even more frequent posts. People that have never posted before are coming up with things. There are several people doing interviews and discussions. It’s great! We haven’t had nearly the time we’d like to go ahead and take all the classes, but that doesn’t mean we aren’t participating!

Fig

Back in June the Hedeby bag with all sorts of goodies went out for the gift exchange the same week as that month’s potluck. Various embroideries and sewing projects have been going since, from a kiss-lock pouch, to a UFO to a sampler of designs copied from period pattern books to a couple of different kinds of dolls. Bone needles and fids have been produced during the last few weeks.

Herbs still has no weekly workshop, so things are proceeding mostly with tending and harvesting. We lost one fig tree, but it was replaced with

several more, and we did lose a number of starts to lack of watering while Anja was sick. The strawberry and raspberries produced well this year and we have a number of plants to get into buckets and pots.

Cookery has been amazing! From the cheese

Bone needles

dumplings, chicken/leek stew, pickled mushroom, Tarte de Bry and renaissance meat pies that we made for the June potluck to the Transylvanian Cherry dish, Stella’s dehydrating garlic, pork meatballs cooked in wine, started a limoncello, made lemon curd and pickled beans. The July potluck included Peggy’s Farts of Portingale plus various pickles, bread, Lemon Curd, the last of the Membrillo, scraped icebox soup, Pork in Sauce Bob, Carrots in butter sauce, Cacik and Egg custard tarts. Garlic cheese got opened and a beer/cheese soup got made….. and there are links and links and links to Vlogs like Jane’s Medieval Kitchen and Tasting History among others.

This month (these are standard meeting times) 

  • Herb Bunch – At Ancient Light, Saturdays, 11am-1pm
  • Sewing Time – At Ancient Light, Saturdays, 3-5pm
  • Project Day – At Ancient Light, Sundays, Noon to 6pm
  • By Ravyn Schmidt

    Cheese and Wine is an occasional meeting. Watch our Facebook group for notices!

  • Potluck is usually 3rd Sunday of the month. In garb (if you can) and bring a dish to share! Next on 12/15, 1/19/20
  • Winter Feast Date is 2/23/20 Theme is German Renaissance

Reports

…and this coming week’s (live by Monday) Activities through 8-9-20 – https://wp.me/p8ngGY-3Co

Here are the direct Portfolio links which have all the past Project Day reports and all the various projects, just whomp through pictures until what you see appeals to you, mouse-hover on the pic and then hit “view” when that shows.

…and to get to Ancient Light – https://www.google.com/maps/dir/”/ancient+light+waldport/@44.4266636,-124.1371198,12z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m8!4m7!1m0!1m5!1m1!1s0x54c1c24bf1be429f:0x69542f3011d51d41!2m2!1d-124.06708!2d44.426685

moving pen motifIn ministerio autem Somnium! – Anja Snihova’, graeca doctrina servus to House Capuchin.

When is tourney season when there’s plague? 6-9-20

House Capuchin Shield2This feels so strange. This past month all the big tourneys that start the season were cancelled. A bunch of the big demos are cancelled. The fairs are all cancelled. It’s like we’re in a holding pattern, but with all that, SCAdians are coming together in different ways.

Classes, dance videos, silly fun. It’s all going up online.

A plate of the chicken and the root veg

People are doing retrospectives of previous events. Get-togethers for sewing or games or crafts are happening. People are finding ways to do courts and vigils and such (there’s an online vigil this weekend) and it’s all the in the virtual realm.

Fruit Cordial

Your scribe doesn’t get to very many events in the flesh, anymore. This has turned into a feast for my Elephant’s Child to learn and play and enjoy with my SCA family. It’s made a rough and scary time bearable.

FInished top with the “mend” bundle

Over this last weeks of reports, there are tons of links to the above. We also have lots of herb/plant stuff in the newsletter, even if the Herb Bunch isn’t able to meet… and we’re working on that. Lots and *lots* of cookery! (One of your scribe’s addictions is to getting together with other cooks!) …which means recipes (stuffed beets?) and even a mini-potluck. Embroidery and sewing are something else we’re doing quite a lot of.

You can see the layers better in this one.

or the month of June and probably July, we’re keeping House stuff in the Virtual Realm. We have a Virtual Weekly Project Day to show off projects and a monthly Virtual Potluck, to show off cookery. Depending on how the plague is progressing we might start doing more mini-potlucks, or project days. Watch the weekly reports for info on these… and if the camera shows up soon, look for House classes!

membrillo and olives top, pork to the left, compost to the right.

This month (these are standard meeting times) Virtual Realm events (potluck, project) are the only ones being held, at the moment

  • Herb Bunch – At Ancient Light, Saturdays, 11am-1pm (on hold)
  • Sewing Time – At Ancient Light, Saturdays, 3-5pm (on hold)
  • Project Day – At Ancient Light, Sundays, Noon to 6pm (Virtual Realm!)
  • Cheese and Wine is an occasional meeting. Watch our Facebook group for notices! (on hold)
  • a 3 braid and a 4 braid

    Potluck is usually 3rd Sunday of the month. In garb (if you can) and bring a dish to share! Happening in the Virtual Realm only. Look for the event invites 6/21, 7/19, 8/16, 9/20.

  • Winter Feast may not be happening. Tentative date would be 2/21/21

Reports since the last update

…and this coming week’s (live by Monday, usually) Activities through 6-14-20 Virtual CoroVestiture – https://wp.me/p8ngGY-3t2

Here are the direct Portfolio links which have

…and decorated!

all the past Project Day reports and all the various projects, just whomp through pictures until what you see appeals to you, mouse-hover on the pic and then hit “view” when that shows.

…and to get to Ancient Light – https://www.google.com/maps/dir/”/ancient+light+waldport/@44.4266636,-124.1371198,12z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m8!4m7!1m0!1m5!1m1!1s0x54c1c24bf1be429f:0x69542f3011d51d41!2m2!1d-124.06708!2d44.426685

moving pen motifIn ministerio autem Somnium! – Anja Snihova’, graeca doctrina servus to House Capuchin.

In Time of Plague 4-11-20

(Monthly post)

House Capuchin Shield2This has been absolutely nuts with the COVID-19 virus disrupting anything and everything!

Anja came down with it (we’re pretty sure, and so is her doc) the weekend after the feast (2/28) and was one sick puppy for a couple of weeks. Right after she was deemed to be recovered, the Herb Bunch took a trip to

Rizky top left with spaetzel below and peas and carrots to the right.

Eugene to visit Marion’s garden (3/8) and within a week everything began to close down. The March potluck was a virtual one as April’s and May’s are to be. Anja and Loren’s shop closed as of 3/22, so everything else cancelled or was put online. We’re having virtual project days and potlucks at the moment.

As things have closed in and shut down there are more and more online classes and videos and links. That’s what we’ll see until this begins to let

Progress on the footstool cover. The top edge is finished. The bottom one needed to get a wrong line of stitches cut out.

up. …and a few ongoing projects that Anja and Loren are doing….. …and anything contributed on the Project Days and feasts…. and Amor’s bagpipe… omgs, that’s a hoot! (This Sunday’s report…)

Next month still looks to be more of the shelter in place, so everything is on hold. Oh, yes, weekly reports are still coming out! (Links in the usual spot below)

This month (these are standard meeting times) 

  • The rest of the way up.

    Herb Bunch – At Ancient Light, Saturdays, 11am-1pm (On hold)

  • Sewing Time – At Ancient Light, Saturdays, 3-5pm (On hold)
  • Project Day – At Ancient Light, Sundays, Noon to 5pm (Virtual Realm)
  • Cheese and Wine is an occasional meeting. Watch our Facebook group for notices! (On hold)
  • Potluck is usually 3rd Sunday of the month. In garb (if you can) and bring a dish to share! (Virtual Realm) Next is 4/19 and then 5/17.
  • Winter Feast Date is 2/23/20 Theme is German Renaissance

Reports

Through:

…and this coming week’s (live by Monday) Activities through 4-12-20 – https://wp.me/p8ngGY-3cU

Here are the direct Portfolio links which have all the past Project Day reports and all the various projects, just whomp through pictures until what you see appeals to you, mouse-hover on the pic and then hit “view” when that shows.

…and to get to Ancient Light – https://www.google.com/maps/dir/”/ancient+light+waldport/@44.4266636,-124.1371198,12z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m8!4m7!1m0!1m5!1m1!1s0x54c1c24bf1be429f:0x69542f3011d51d41!2m2!1d-124.06708!2d44.426685

moving pen motifIn ministerio autem Somnium! – Anja Snihova’, graeca doctrina servus to House Capuchin.

Feast post New blog 2-12-20

This is not our usual monthly post! We didn’t move to a new blog site. We found a way to keep our current address. 🙂

The House Capuchin Winter Feast is coming up on 2/23! There are still a few spots left if you would like to attend. The event is free, although we will have a donation can out, if you feel so inclined. If you’re interested, comment below or comment on one of the Facebook links and we’ll send you an invite with all the information.

Partly this post is to let folks know that this coming Sunday’s post will come out on time, then a shorter week, probably through Friday post, then another post about the Feast itself…which will probably be on the new blog, address TBA.

In ministerio autem Somnium,
Anja Snihova’, graeca doctrina servus to House Capuchin

Holidays are coming 11-4 to 12-2-19

House Capuchin Shield2Busy months sometimes seem awfully quiet. THis past month has been just that. Busy and quiet, both.

We started this month working on sauerkraut and cordials. The former got taste-tested this month and seems to have done well. We’ve just got it put by for the February feast. The cordials have been tended since being put together and are almost ready for bottling to age a bit.

Emergency Candles, still cooling (or they would have lids and lighters)

Herbs finished up our unit on candles and we’re starting some fun things for the holidays, gifts and such. We have been working on wax-related things all month, from de-waxing tools and supplies to making wood butter. Also the plants have been (mostly) winterized and it looks like the harvest is pretty well done. All that’s left is the

Parsley

seeds of the parsley and carrot which have bags stapled around them, at the moment.

Loren’s been working on smoothing a bunch of rounds for amulets and pendants all month. Anja’s been working on that large embroidery project, also all month, plus she got a bunch of small things done for the largesse competition at 11th Night, that aren’t going to actually make it there.

We had a good potluck on the 17th of November and ended up making a lot of care packages that went out to the members who couldn’t make it and requested those. We found a delicious leek soup recipe that’s going to get

Flipped and lemon zest and juice added.

used for the feast, some documentation for the onion pies and it looks like we have a good recipe for the lemon chicken, now, and the marzipan shortbread. We even made hippocras this month! The Thanksgiving meal took up a lot of time, too. Oh, and we found an actual recipe for the almond cheese!

…and as always there are lots of links, music, interesting pictures and funnies in the weekly reports.

This coming month contains 11th Night, a potluck on the 15th, plus the mundane holidays and getting ready for 12th Night!

This month (these are standard meeting times) 

  • Herb Bunch – At Ancient Light, Saturdays, 11am-1pm
  • Sewing Time – At Ancient Light, Saturdays, 3-5pm
  • Project Day – At Ancient Light, Sundays, Noon to 6pm
  • Cheese and Wine is an occasional meeting. Watch our Facebook group for notices!
  • Potluck is usually 3rd Sunday of the month. In garb (if you can) and bring a dish to share! Next on 12/15, 1/19/20
  • Winter Feast Date is 2/23/20 Theme is German Renaissance

Reports

…and this coming week’s (live by Monday) Activities through 12-8-19 – https://wp.me/p8ngGY-2Qk (Not yet out….)

Here are the direct Portfolio links which have all the past Project Day reports and all the various projects, just whomp through pictures until what you see appeals to you, mouse-hover on the pic and then hit “view” when that shows.

…and to get to Ancient Light – https://www.google.com/maps/dir/”/ancient+light+waldport/@44.4266636,-124.1371198,12z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m8!4m7!1m0!1m5!1m1!1s0x54c1c24bf1be429f:0x69542f3011d51d41!2m2!1d-124.06708!2d44.426685

moving pen motifIn ministerio autem Somnium! – Anja Snihova’, graeca doctrina servus to House Capuchin.

Feast Season is starting 9-24-19 to 11-3-19

House Capuchin Shield2We’re definitely gearing up for the Feast Season. Anja is going to teach a couple of classes at 12th Night and at AnTir/West War, plus she is putting together a Bardic Championship for Corvaria, plus a trial of her Simpling and Herbwifery class happened at a mundane event. Winter projects are going from liqueurs to sewing to getting ready for our Feast.

Glass shelves

We started the month with setting up a bunch of glass shelves and sorting out the plants that the Herb Bunch has been working on over the summer. Plus, we finished our unit on incense and started candles. …and there’s always harvesting, drying, storing, etc…. plus the batch of mushrooms that got dried for later use. …and thread waxers. 🙂

After doing a lot of tool tending, which was mostly

Repro Coins by JAmes Coffman – Italy, 1378 to 1407 – Big one is the Grosso of 5 Soldi, the Middle one is the Quarteroli, the little guy is the Piccolini.

sanding and wood-buttering handles, Loren started working on a batch of antler pieces for a rune set and then started with some wooden ones. Anja finished another spoon and has been working on a piece of rowan wood for a wand. This week we made a “pounding stick” for the sauerkraut and then made use of it. …and some coins came in.

All 6 jars. The first two are the leftmost, then the Friday ones in the center. You can see a color change… and a texture change with the one in the front with the turnip. On the right is the tvarog and behind it is the brine used for topping up the jars. If you look *really* carefully, you can see liquid from the “spitting” that the jars do as they ferment.

We’re getting feedback on the feast foods and some of the trial runs, like seedcakes and the apple/ginger compote, turned out even better than we had hoped. We’re almost ready to put together a menu and the cookbook is well underway. Plus we had a yummy potluck on 10/20 and care packages went out to the folks who couldn’t make it. We did lose a batch of sauerkraut that spat out too much liquid and molded, but then put together *4* 1/2 gallon batches that are perking away on the table, right now. Several batches of cheese and pickles got done and went to various purposes. We also tried it and discovered that doing the cooking of the tvarog in a crockpot makes it come out to a beautiful, creamy cheese!

Tissue cover, that last unfinished bit has run off the end

…and embroidery and sewing and all the little bits.

…and always there are lots of pictures and jokes and links in the newsletters. Too many to count!

This coming month we’re really going to be working on Winter Feast stuff, and starting the cookie baking. Loren swears that he’s going to get some sundials made and get Anja’s puppet pieces cut. We have our potluck on 11/17.

This month (these are standard meeting times) 

  • Herb Bunch – At Ancient Light, Saturdays, 11am-1pm
  • Sewing Time – At Ancient Light, Saturdays, 3-5pm
  • Project Day – At Ancient Light, Sundays, Noon to 6pm
  • Cheese and Wine is an occasional meeting. Watch our Facebook group for notices!
  • Potluck is usually 3rd Sunday of the month. In garb (if you can) and bring a dish to share! Next on 11/17, 12/15
  • Winter Feast Date is 2/16/20 Date will probably change because of the conflict with Summits A&S&B. Theme is German Renaissance

Reports through….

…and this coming week’s (live by Monday) Activities through 11-10-19 – https://wp.me/p8ngGY-2LC

Here are the direct Portfolio links which have all the past Project Day reports and all the various projects, just whomp through pictures until what you see appeals to you, mouse-hover on the pic and then hit “view” when that shows.

…and to get to Ancient Light – https://www.google.com/maps/dir/”/ancient+light+waldport/@44.4266636,-124.1371198,12z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m8!4m7!1m0!1m5!1m1!1s0x54c1c24bf1be429f:0x69542f3011d51d41!2m2!1d-124.06708!2d44.426685

moving pen motifIn ministerio autem Somnium! – Anja Snihova’, graeca doctrina servus to House Capuchin.

Crown and Coronet and Winding down 8-21 to 9-23-19

House Capuchin Shield2We started off this month of activities working on tools, cleaning blades and sanding handles and even creating a few (point turners….) Bone needles and lacing fids got made, even a tiny piece for a pendant, and working continues on the antler pieces, making rune pendants and a few carvings.

The Herb Bunch has been working almost exclusively on incense although harvest and

Cardoons

tending are moving right along. We’re drying at lot of herbs right now and the sweet grass and angelica smell wonderful. The herb garden had to get moved, so a lot of things are living out in front of the shop at the moment that really can’t stay there, although we have a shelf that’s going to go up inside for a lot of the indoor plants, which means that the ones for sale will be in front, rather than ones we intend to keep. The tumbler with the bamboo pieces got opened during the month, and it *is* working on the bamboo pieces, albeit slowly.

After the learning process on the schnitzel last month, this month’s experiment was with onion

More onion pies

pies. The ones we’re doing are rather like a quiche and they’ve turned out to be pretty darned good. The recipe is definitely a keeper. More sauerkraut is going and a bunch of pickles got done, (beans, mixed veg, eggs) mostly for taking to Shrewsbury, plus some tvarog and another scalded milk cheese.

Embroidery focused on getting a sewing kit of related patterns finished. It ended up being the

Sewing Kit

main pouch with an emery, pincushion and scissor bob, snips with a sheath, a spool holder, bone sewing needle, njalbinden needle and lacing fid, and several needlecases of various materials and colors. As always some other pieces got done, like a pouch with an embroidered insert and more of the little bobs.

There were a lot of links this month, some funny stories and a few other bits, like some commentary about how our work doesn’t all have to be perfect.

Strive Academy students at Anja’s display (photo by Helen Gaskins)

Of course Crown and Coronet were held this month, so Heirs to the Lion Throne and the Gryffin Coronets have been chosen. All Hail Christian and Helene! All Hail Kenric and Dagmar!

Anja went to Shrewsbury with blackwork and toys and spoons. It was a pretty good event, even if we came home soggy from the Sunday rain. Antonia was displaying her paints and painting, Alys was in the A&S tent and there were a bunch of fighters. Even Claire was in the royal court!

Our various members all reported in this month. Nothing much is new except the Estella is going to be a grandmother! Huzzah!

This month (these are standard meeting times) 

  • Herb Bunch – At Ancient Light, Saturdays, 11am-1pm
  • Sewing Time – At Ancient Light, Saturdays, 3-5pm
  • Project Day – At Ancient Light, Sundays, Noon to 6pm
  • Cheese and Wine is an occasional meeting. Watch our Facebook group for notices!
  • Potluck is usually 3rd Sunday of the month. In garb (if you can) and bring a dish to share! Next on 10/20, 11/17, 12/15, 1/19
  • Winter Feast Date is 2/16/20 (date will probably change to Theme is German Renaissance

Reports

Through:

Activities through 8-25-19 – https://wp.me/p8ngGY-2zW

Activities through 9-1-19 September Crown – https://wp.me/p8ngGY-2C1

Activities through 9-8-19 – https://wp.me/p8ngGY-2Dd

Activities through 9-15-19 Shrewsbury demo – https://wp.me/p8ngGY-2E0

Daily Stuff 9-22-19 Potluck & Coronet – https://wp.me/p8ngGY-2Fh

…and this coming week’s (live by Monday) – Activities through 9-29-19 – https://wp.me/p8ngGY-2FO

Here are the direct Portfolio links which have all the past Project Day reports and all the various projects, just whomp through pictures until what you see appeals to you, mouse-hover on the pic and then hit “view” when that shows.

…and to get to Ancient Light – https://www.google.com/maps/dir/”/ancient+light+waldport/@44.4266636,-124.1371198,12z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m8!4m7!1m0!1m5!1m1!1s0x54c1c24bf1be429f:0x69542f3011d51d41!2m2!1d-124.06708!2d44.426685

moving pen motifIn ministerio autem Somnium! – Anja Snihova’, graeca doctrina servus to House Capuchin.

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