[Northkeep] The Tulsa City-County Library's Annual Renaissance Faire

jennifer stoops aderynluna at gmail.com
Thu Sep 25 22:16:35 PDT 2008

   If it's possible, I would like to set up my viking camp and tell stories
for the kiddo's.

On Thu, Sep 25, 2008 at 12:22 PM, Jerry Herring
<j.t.herring at sbcglobal.net>wrote:

> Greetings Northkeep,
> The Tulsa City-County Library's Annual Renaissance Faire is quickly upon
> us.  This year's Faire will be held on October 4, 2008 at the Martin
> Regional Library from 1 to 4
> p.m.  Their theme is "Once Upon A Time", bringing fairytales, folklore and
> other stories to life!
> They have invited Northkeep to join them again this year as a feature at
> their event. Heidi Garrett the event coordinator said that "Children and
> adults alike greatly enjoy seeing the village and watching the fighters.  We
> have the flat, south-west corner of the baseball field and the trees held
> for your organization.  We hope you are available for another amazing
> event!" With all the library allows us to do we should as a Barony come
> together and present the best demo possible for them.
> With the Baronial Pavilion suffering some damage at the last demo we will
> need all the help we can get with period pavilions, artisans, musicians, and
> fighters. Please bring out your period pavilion, your banners, and help us
> make this another awesome demo.
> Something that worked really well at the Tulsa Parks Fair was having
> individual camps set up where artisans worked. Master Beorthlic's metal
> working was particularly popular. I would imagine that a weaving and
> spinning area, and a leather worker would also go over rather well, as would
> scribal. So if any one wants to contribute setting up a period encampment or
> a craft display that would be very cool, please let me know.
> Kindly,
> Ian
> Baron
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