The Spring Coronation website is up and live, as of close of business at the February meeting; visit dilogy.net/wp for all the informative goodness!
Not only fashionable, but utilitarian, hoods make a great addition to your mid-period wardrobe. Image courtesy bayeux.datensalat.net
Haul out fabric and your sewing supplies! Minister of Arts and Sciences Sheikah Samia al-Kaslaania is preparing to lead the meeting group on Wednesday, February 25 in making hoods for your garb. Hoods in various shapes and constructions are documented across a broad swath of medieval Europe, in period.
To assist with visual aids, Lord Crispin Fletcher and Lady Idonea la Lakere will bring an assortment of their own hoods in various styles.
Our good lady Seneschal Ivetta reminds the populace that we have three Baronial officers who plan to step down and who are currently seeking their replacements. These roles are:
Please send inquiries about the positions to the pertinent officer. If you wish to apply for any of these roles, you will need to send a letter of interest to the officer and to Their Excellencies Nordskogen.
Remember, having a Seneschal and Herald are kingdom-level requirements in order for our group to remain a Barony. All other required officers positions are filled.
Our own Lady Isabetta is looking to determine just that, as she is soliciting statements of interest from those who would see the art taught and practiced within the Barony. Nordskogen has not held a regular practice in some time, since the visit of Terpsichore in 2013.
Detail, A Wedding Dance in the Open Air, Pieter Brueghal the Elder, 1566
If you would learn dancing in period, or would teach if you are already knowledgeable, please contact the lady via FaceBook either by commenting on her post on the Barony of Nordskogen Discussion group, or by private message. The list of individuals she compiles will be presented at the February Business Meeting.
The fabulous and talented Idonea le Lakere will be hosting a bardic circle event at her home on the afternoon of Sunday, February 15, following archery practice!
The event will begin at 3:30 p.m. If you want to tell the stories and sing the songs of your people (or devise them) you are graciously invited to attend. Please contact the lady directly to obtain directions!
Note: There are both feline and canine animals at this residence!
The Barony Minister of Arts and Sciences, Sheikah Samia al-Kaslaania, invites one and all to work on tunics at this evening’s meeting.
Bring yourself and a measuring tape or bring a favorite tunic you want to copy or bring a tunic that you need help with. Says Samia:
Feel free to bring fabric and scissors if you’re ready to cut. I’ll show you the slow and awesome way to cut tunics while you a passenger headed to an event.
Other tunic-experienced people are welcome to bring their knowledge and tricks.
As well, Samia is willing to walk you through what it takes to enter your tunic into the Kingdom Arts & Sciences competition!
The much anticipated Known World Metal & Glass Symposium, hosted by our own Canton of Blachemere and the Shire of Rivenwood Tower, will be taking place September 3–7 (Labor Day Weekend), 2015. Continue reading
As you may already know, in a few short months, our very own Canton of Nordleigh will be hosting the very first Northshield Arts & Sciences Competition! The deadline for making your entry, though, is coming up much sooner, on February 25. Continue reading
Greetings unto the great halls!
We would like to send out a warm heartfelt thanks to all of you who worked so hard to make Twelfth Night such a magnificent event! We have never had a day run smoother. Continue reading
With another successful Twelfth Night celebration behind us, we face, as a people, a predictable question…
Where is the thing that that person person left in that place?
Have no fear! Lord Bazyli, the baronial chatelaine, has helpfully organized a list of items great and small recovered from the event, waiting to be claimed by their owners. Simply contact our good Chatelaine, and all the little lost things can go home! Continue reading