Kaldor Ness A&S Weekend
August 10, 2018 to August 12, 2018
Columbia County, OR
Henri Fleche', Hugh MacDomhnaill
The focus in this class is to take a mostly finished long bow stave
and concentrate on how to tiller it so it bends properly without
breaking. The instructor will supply mostly complete flat bow
Saturday 9am - 6pm 1-6 Students Cost $30.00
Students may continue working on Sunday as needed.
Beverage Fermentation Basics Sebastiaen des Roseaux
A primer on making beverages through fermentation. We will discuss the basics of making beers and wines, beverages in history and expand on some historical concepts with modern knowledge to help you begin your path in this ubiquitous craft. During the discussion, we will be making a 5-6 batch of Golden Ale.
Saturday 9am-1pm 1-10 students Free Class
Wool Felting: Make and take a Nine Man Morris game Eleanor de Sackville
Make a 9 Man Morris Game board from wool felt. Felt, rovings. and other decorations will provided, as will game pieces. Bring scissors and your chair. If you have a needle felting pad, and needle felting tool please bring them. If you don't I can provide them, I will also provide tapestry needles for you to use. All tools (pad, felting tool, and tapestry needle) need to be returned at the end of class.
Saturday 9am- 1pm 1-5 students Cost $5.00
Bread the Easy Way Renart le fox de berwyk
How to create a sourdough starter (Friday Night)
How to create a basic loaf of rustic farmhouse bread, using flour, water, yeast and salt. (Saturday Morning)
A basic recipe for making sourdough bread
Students will also get to bake their bread in the Stacked Brick Oven created on site.
Handouts and along with other materials will be provided. Students
will take home their sourdough starter at the events end.
Students should bring with them a Wooden mixing spoon, a normal tablespoon and a pint jar with a lid.
Student should also bring an apron if they want.
Friday 7:30pm - 8:30pm & Saturday 9am-1pm (You should attend both sessions. Friday night will be making the sourdough started, Saturday will be making and baking your bread.) 1-8 students Cost $4.00
Blackwork Borders Arlys o Gordon
Students will learn a variety of blackwork borders suitable for edging garments. Some are reversible, some not. They range in difficulty from easy to moderate, but they are all beautiful. Embroiderers will get a start on a mini-sampler to complete on their own time. Handout, pattern chart, Aida cloth, embroidery floss, and needles will be provided. Students need to bring their own embroidery snips.
Saturday 2pm - 6pm 2-10 students Cost $2.00
Milling Logs by Wedge and Edge Drusa Saturnina
An entry level class on milling freshly felled logs into dimensional lumber by the method of hewing and riving. This is a hands on lesson with handouts. Bring water.
Saturday 2pm - 6pm. 1-5 students Cost $5.00
Charter Painting 101: Basic charter painting, working with Gouache Eleanor de Sackville
Learn the Ins and Outs of Charter Painting. Pallets, brushes , paint will be provided as well as practice pieces. Not suitable for kids under 16.
Saturday 2am - 6pm 1-5 students Cost $5.00
Basic Creation of a Stacked Brick Oven Renart le fox de berwyk
This class will be a hands on class on how to create a simple stacked (dry) brick oven with an arched cement dome that you can bake bread or pizza and/or other baked type goods. Students should bring work gloves and have an apron or wear clothing that may get dirty. Note taking materials if they wish, there will be no documentation. All construction materials will be provided.
Saturday 2pm - 4pm No student limit No Fee
Life in the Roman Northwest Aelianora de Wyntringhm
What was it like to live in the northwest Roman Empire (specifically Britannia with tidbits from other northwestern provinces)? Topics will range from living in the provincial cities to life on farms, villas and in rural and army towns, villages and 'cities'.
This is basically a lecture class. Please bring note taking materials.
Cost: $5.00 for the handout
Sunday 9am - 1pm 2-10 students Cost $5 .00
Intro to Tablet Weaving (aka What a Tangled Web We Weave) William Tarrell
This class is a basic introduction to Tablet Weaving (aka Card Weaving). We will be discussing the basic concepts of Tablet Weaving, some basic history, and some possible applications. The main focus will be starting a basic band and some techniques of weaving, including how to manage the weft and tracking your turn patterns. No experience necessary!
Students need to provide their own loom, 15-20 4-hole cards, and two colors of cotton yarn. Contact the instructor directly if you need tablet weaving cards or appropriate weaving yarn.
Sunday 9am-1pm 1-4 students Cost $1.00
Viking Wire Weaving with Multiple Wires or Beads Muireann inghean ui Mhuirneachain
This is a hands on class that will focus on two different methods of altering basic wire weaving to enhance or embellish the way it looks. I will supply a handout, materials and some wire cutters and tweezers. Please bring your tools if you have them.
Sunday 9am - 1pm 1-6 students Cost $5.00
Open Session Creating 12th Night Decorations Alexandria Delassene Kourkouaina
This is you opportunity to help create decorations for 12th Night 2019. Come with a willingness work on assigned projects. All materials will be supplied.
Sunday Starts at 9am No student limit No Fee
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Name: Marshall Farm
34058 Sykes Road
S. Helens, OR 97051
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DIRECTIONS: Marshall Farm, 34058 Sykes Road St. Helens OR 97051 --Take your best route to Highway 30 driving towards St Helens, OR. Turn LEFT on Sykes Road if traveling from the Scappoose side of HWY 30 - Burgerville on the corner-and drive approximately 2 miles. Driveway will be on your LEFT. Look for SCA signs.
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