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Event Details
Stonemarche's Baronial Yule Event date: December 2nd, 2017
Hosted by Barony of Stonemarche - Concord, NH
Event Last Modified: November 16th, 2017
Event details
Come join the Barony for a celebration of the season! 
This is a potluck, so please bring a dish to share.  You *must* have a list of ingredients with your dish.  There will be outlets for crock-pots.  Please bring your own serving utensils. 

I hear that St Nick may even show!!  So children, make sure that you're on the *nice* list!  ;)

We will be doing a take on the Yankee Swap!  So please bring a gift (unwrapped) that you think a fellow SCA'er would like to have - be it feast gear, books, or a grab bag of leather or fabric..  The only limit is your imagination!  Please direct your questions on this swap to Lady Astridr Saegeirsdottir (susan@irishsinger.net).

Doors open at 10am

10:30 - 11:00:  Blackwork - Main Room
11:00 - ?:  Curia - Upstairs
11:00 - 11:45:  Do you wanna be a bard - Main Room
12:00 - 12:45:  Soapstone carving & Pewter casting overview - Main Room
12:30 - 1:15:  Peerage Roundtable - Main Room
1:00 - 3:00:  Holiday stories - Main Room
1:  00 - 1:45:  Nalbinding demo - Main Room
1:30 - 2:15:  Crochet a snowflake - Downstairs
2:30 - 3:15:  Largess Round table - Main Room
3:30 - ---:  Court of Their Excellencies, Dorio & Jocelyn
Gift exchange
Fr Christmas - children's gifts
Blackwork - A Practical Class by Edgitha Hlammandi.
Blackwork is best known for its use in Spanish clothing, and in fact was first known as "Spanish work." It's a great place to begin learning embroidery, as it uses only two simple stitches:  back stitch, and double running stitch.  This class will provide you with a simple pattern, a small bit of fabric, a needle, and some thread, and get you started doing your very own blackwork!

Peerage Roundtable - Gwenllhian Rhiannon of Dragonkeep.
Mistress Gwenllhian has been a Pelican since AS 27 and has lived in many different kingdoms through-out the knowne world.  We are happy to have her host this roundtable
"How can a Peer help a non peer - even if not being a peer is a goal"

History of soapstone carving and pewter casting - Master Stephan of Silverforge

Do you wanna be a bard? - Lady Solveig Bjarnsdottir.
Have you ever wanted to bard but thought it was too hard? Don't know where to start? You have songs/stories/poems/Dance but don't know how to break in? Have questions about stage fright? No idea where to get repertoire?
All these things can be answered!
Come join Lady Solveig in a class to answer all your questions and collaborate with other bards/skalds/troubadours/trouvers

Holiday Stories with Lady Teresa Holland

Nalbinding demo - Virginia Miller

Crochet a Snowflake - Lady Cassandra Hobbes

Largess Roundtable - Lady Anastasia Of-the Oaks
She'll discuss different types of Largess projects that would be suitable for the Stonemarche Birka Gift bags, Royal gift bags and just regular gifts.  If you have a largess project that you are currently working on, please bring it and share with everyone. 

Site Opens: 10
Site Closes: 6

Event Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/1932129863777473/permalink/1932164670440659/

Event Location
Kimball Jenkins Estate
266 North Main Street
Concord, NH  03301
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Registration Fees
Registration: This event is free, but donations are always welcome!

Make Checks Payable to: SCA NH Inc Barony of Stonemarche

Contact Information
Event Steward:
Lord Michael de Calais
(MKA Michael Stone)
Phone:  603-512-3106
email:  michaeldecalais@gmail.com
Facebook:  Michael Stone.

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