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With the waning light of Fall we shift from Outdoor to Indoor activities. There are countless Arts, Sciences, Bardic, and Feasts to attend throughout the Kingdom. Closer to home, we hold classes at our Tuesday Socials, but also social is a time to come together and work on our projects while sharing time with friends. We encourage everyone to bring what they are working on to Tuesdays Socials and share with others, get help where stuck, or just be around others while working away.Baroness Kloe
|Date||What’s happening at Dragon’s Laire’s Tuesday Social?|
|Nov. 7||Baronial Business Meeting – starts at 6:30pm. These meetings are open to anyone and are a good source of information about what is happening in the Barony.|
|Nov. 14||No class scheduled|
|Nov. 21||Game Night: featuring the Goose game! Lucy of Leke, Games Minister, returns with another game for us to learn. This month will be about the medieval “Game of the Goose”|
|Nov. 28||To be announced|
We also look forward to these yet-to-be-scheduled activities:
HL Owain ap Gwyllim Pengryth plans on another class on leather working and shoe construction.
Domina Alys Graye, OP, will guide a Q&A forum on “Inkle Weaving 911”
As we begin encountering the upcoming darker and colder weather, and move inside, we are looking to learn new skills and new art forms. Please consider teaching a class. It would be sincerely appreciated. If you are interested in teaching a class at an upcoming Social; OR, if there is a class for which you’d like us to find an Instructor to teach, please let Master Arontius know.
You can reach Master Arontius in our unofficial baronial Facebook group or at DragonsLaire.ArtNSci@AnTir.org
Reminder: The Baronial Chatelaine, Halldora Bjorn is looking for people from Dragon’s Laire to give short lectures and vignettes on various subjects of the SCA. “I’m basically looking for an extension of what we have on display at June Faire (costume making, cooking info, weaving, spinning, metal work, archery equipment, etc).” She is envisioning 15-min talks, just enough to give new members an introduction. If you are available and willing to give a short presentation, please contact DragonsLaire.Chatelaine@AnTir.org .