Coronet was amazing! Even just glimpsed through other folks’ posted pix, and the live-streams, it was amazing. One of the coolest things that happened was seeing a young man who has grown up in the SCA getting his AoA. Lots of folks are posting pictures. Go track ’em down! Lotsa fun! (not enough room here….)
Still, the only workshop that’s on-going is Sewing, although it’s not well-attended. It’s mostly that it’s a pick-up kind of thing and needs no prep or extra time that Loren and Anja can do it. Project Day is open for in-person meet-ups as well as in the Virtual Realm. Potluck this month will be Virtual and Real-World! Masks are still requested. When will the rest of these open up in person? We’ll keep right on with the virtual ones side-by-side with the actual.
Looking at the weather report, it looks like Wednesday will be another Herbs in the Garden at 3pm.
- Herb Bunch – At Ancient Light, Thursdays, 7am-9pm, doing incense
- Herb Workshop, In the Garden – Irregularly scheduled. Please ask to join the facebook chat!
- Sewing Time – At Ancient Light, Saturdays, 3-5pm
- Project Day – At Ancient Light, Sundays, 1 to 5pm
- Cheese and Wine happens irregularly, usually announced with little notice on our Facebook group.
- Next Potluck – Next Potluck – 3/20, 4/17, 515, 6/19
- Winter Feast LVI, Norse Theme. Page here – https://housecapuchin.com/winter-feast/winter-feast-norse-feast-as-lvi-february-2022/ More pages coming!
Here is the direct Portfolio link which has all the past Project Day reports and various projects, original here: https://housecapuchin.wordpress.com/portfolio/ and new one here: https://housecapuchin2.wordpress.com/portfolio/ and number three is here: https://housecapuchin3.wordpress.com/portfolio/
Misc – Summits Coronet
Greetings An Tir,
Thank you for joining us for the live broadcast of Summits Spring Coronet!
It will be a two part live stream:
Part 1: Will cover opening court and processional. It will cover the Captain of the Tygers Cut and Thrust Championship and then Summits Coronet.
Part2: Will cover Their Royal Majesties and The Summits Prince and Princess’s courts. (5PM)
Pt 1 FB: https://www.facebook.com/1431554893781771/posts/3234920850111824/
Pt 1 YT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QToNbQof9_Y
Pt 2 FB: https://www.facebook.com/1431554893781771/posts/3234921663445076/
Pt 2 YT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tiFY5Nw1yw8
Captain of Tygers
The new heirs!
SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 2022 AT 9 AM – 7 PM – Adiantum’s Birthday Bash – 82002 Lost Creek Rd, Dexter, OR 97431-9783, United States
Adiantum’s Baronial Birthday celebration, Archery, Rapier, Cut & Thrust, and Arts & Sciences Championships, Sergentry Trials, and Court. This is a Level 2: Branch Event where no Kingdom or Principality business is expected to be conducted.
APR 22 AT 9 AM – APR 24 AT 3 PM – Bar Gemels – Event by Barony of Terra Pomaria and Lin Dis – Camp Taloali – Bar Gemels will return this year! The tavern is open and will have period games on the tables, musicians playing throughout the hall, a warm fire, and hot food for weary travelers.
The Tavern will provide meals each day for a fee. You may preregister for a meal plan for the weekend for $35. Prices for ala cart meal tickets will be available on the website.
Fighters, both heavy and fencers alike, will be ousted to the field when brawls start to see who will be left standing. The ever-popular Bar Wench Smackdown will occur.
For added fun the thrown weapons range will be and the archery range will be open for you to show your skills.
We will also hold a Silent Auction fundraiser for Camp Taloali, a camp for children who are d/Deaf and or Hard of Hearing community members.
Merchants are welcome for a donation of largess.
Bunks in cabins will be available for a $10 fee.
Please register for RV space in advance. Space is limited.
MAY 27 AT 12 PM – MAY 30 AT 3 PM – Egils 2022 – Adiantum – Event by Barony of Adiantum and Chris Howerton – Lynx Hollow Park
You are invited to join the Barony of Adiantum for a three-day weekend of Medieval Adventure.
Activities to Look forward to:
Heavy Armored combat – Holmgang, Prize Tournaments & Baronial Defender Tournament
Cut & Thrust Combat
Bardic Baronial Championship & Performances
Medieval Period Archery Fun Shoots, Competitions & Royal rounds
Thrown Weapons Baronial Championship & Fun Toss
Medieval Court, Pageantry & Ceremony
Norse Trade Blanket
Youth & Family Activities
Medieval Merchants’ Row
Arts & Sciences Village, Full of Classes, Demo’s and Displays
What Was Life In Dark Age Britain Really Like? | King Arthur’s Britain | Complete Series | Chronicle – Chronicle – Medieval History Documentaries – Francis Pryor argues that Britain’s early history was a vibrant period, when the island thrived under foreign influences from as far afield as the Middle East without losing any cultural identity. In this full series, he re-imagines the Dark Ages in Britain as a period of expansion, artistic achievement and vibrance.
The Excruciating Death of Thomas Cranmer & The Tale of the Oxford Martyrs – The Tudor Travel Guide – Today we travel to the heart of the ancient city of Oxford to hear the tragic tale of the Oxford Martyrs,: Thomas Cranmer, Nicolas Ridley and Hugh Latimer, all of whom were burnt at the stake in the mid-1550s on account of their evangelical faith. If you are thinking of visiting the city, you will also see the most notable sites associated with their story.
Early Week – Other than some work on the garden, mostly we were sorting out dishes and putting things away.
Cookery – A lot of the leftover greens went into a soup/stew early in the week. We were working on leftovers the whole week. On Thursday we got some veg that Anja decided to pickle, since they were so pretty: rainbow carrots, a huge turnip and some parsnips. but that meant another batch of pickling broth, too.
Lots more added to the Culinary Symposium list! – https://www.youtube.com/c/WestKingdomSCA/videos
Sewing – Working on another bookmark, started it, discovered that the pattern didn’t work, picked another and mostly finished it by Friday….just a few motifs to go.
Sundials, etc. –
Herb Bunch – Lily of the Valley and Peonies went into pots on Tuesday. A bunch of seeds went in, too: peas in one of the railing planters, a few sunflowers, a pot of alexanders, and another pot of nettles. Anja started working on tags for the sale plants, as well as what’s in the garden.
Project Day – Anja processed pictures and nabbed links for this week. After that was done the embroidery came out. Loren filled water bottles for the indoor plants and Anja watered. Pirate Marzipan got made in quantity.
Feast Planning – Another page got updated, Birka chicken this time. I think we’re pretty close to having a full-on feast recipe for this one.
Late medieval England – “The Agincourt Carol” – Eric Boulanger – Also known as “Agincourt Song”, “Agincourt Hymn”, “Deo gratias Anglia” or “England give thanks to God for victory!”, The Agincourt Carol relates and celebrates the battle of Agincourt in 1415, in which King Henry V of England defeated King Charles VI of France.
Source: “The Service of Venus and Mars”
Music for the Knights of the Garter, 1340-1440
Gothic Voices, Christopher Page dir.
Deo gratias, Anglia, redde pro victoria!
Owre kynge went forth to Normandy,
With grace and myght of chyvalry;
Ther God for hym wrought mervelusly,
Wherfore Englonde may calle and cry
He sette a sege, forsothe to say,
To Harflu towne with ryal aray;
That toune he wan and made afray
That Fraunce shal rewe tyl domesday.
Then went hym forth, owre king comely,
In Agincourt feld he faught manly;
Thorw grace of God most marvelusly,
He had both feld and victory.
Ther lordys, erles and barone
Were slayne and taken and that full soon,
And summe were broght into Lundone
With joye and blisse and gret renone;
Almighty God he keep owre kynge,
His peple, and his well-wyllynge ending;
Then may we call and savely syng:
Video & Podcast Links
The Deadly Syphilis Outbreak of Tudor times. – https://www.youtube.com/shorts/b7LlefrEsSghttps://www.youtube.com/shorts/b7LlefrEsSg
Medieval Storytime: Animals – Medievalists – For this week’s medieval storytime, Danièle reads a collection of descriptions, fables, and poems all featuring animals. From venomous toads to proud peacocks and malicious whales, the Middle Ages shares its moral worldview through the animal kingdom.
New and Updated Pages
Birka Chicken – \https://wordpress.com/page/housecapuchin.com/19071
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