Current offerings include:
• Basics and Causes of Foodborne Illnesses – Warder Rurik the Red
• Factors to Control and How to Apply Control Measures – Warder Rurik the Red
• HACCP Model to Decision Process and Menu Planning for Camp Cooking – Warder Rurik the Red
• Creating Psychological Safety – Mistress Odette d’Ambois
Is there room in the room for everyone in the room?
• An Apple a Day – The History of Cider with tastings – Oswyn Swann
• Basket Making for Beginners – THL Norelle
You will leave with a finished basket, perfect for corralling keys, glasses, site token, etc in your tent at war. The base of this basket uses the technique seen in the Gokstad backpack. No experience needed. Suitable for anyone that can safely use sharp scissors.
• Beginning Macrame – Lady Rosie Dubroc
Come learn about the history of macrame long before the tacky plant hangers of the 1970s. This class will teach you the two basic macrame knots and how to put them together to form a multitude of patterns. You will leave with a macrame coaster.
• Block Printing on Fabric – THL Katrin Grimsdottir
If you have lots of blank tent walls or boring garb, spice things up by learning how to block print on fabric. We’ll talk about wood, linoleum, and other block types and how they work on a variety of types of fabric. Try your hand at using a brayer, sponge applicators, or make your own stamp pad. We will be working with acrylic and latex paint that is designed to stay on fabric, so don’t wear your favorite garb.
• Estate Planning and the SCA – Master Llew
• German Brick Stitch Salon – Holli Hartman
Are you halfway through a brick stitch project and need help or feedback? Do you have a brick stitch project ready to go but you’re not sure how to start? Want to just chit chat about brick stitch and see what everyone is working on? In this informal salon, we will gather to look at projects, answer questions, and help each other out. You will be assumed to have at least a basic knowledge of German brick stitch as this will primarily be a practical class, not a class on the history of it, though who knows where conversation will flow!
• Introduction to Fyre-Crawling – Lucia Braganza
Ready to take your Bardic performance to the next level? Take the show on the road! Firewalking – or Fyre-crawling – is a fun way to get exposure and mileage at camping events. This class will discuss the basic elements including material, etiquette, reading the room, and intros/outros. This year Simple Day is ENCOURAGING Fyre crawling among the camps in the evening. So this is a great way to get prepared.
• Painting Aluminum Shields – Anne Mulligan
An SCA specific class where I will share the techniques and materials I use to paint shields. This will include how to wood grain the back of the shield.