DECEMBER 8, 2012
STARTS AT 12:30
*****What a awesome year*****
'Woe is me.' 'My dynasty came with a lass. It will go with a lass.''Woe is me.'
ROBERT BURNS DINNER
JAN. 26, 2013
FESTIVALS OF PAST
The Celtic Celebration
always the first weekend in
THE ROYAL RAFTER SIXTY-SIX FALCONERSThe Flemmings
The Royal Birds of Prey
Fly demos and talks
We are the 2nd 3rd or 4th sons of nobelmen, or wealthy merchants, We do not inherit, therefore we must gain favor from the Queen for our families through military service. We must pay for our own weapons n armor.
The Stirling Mercenaries are an up and coming guild portraying international orders of military ranging from the 11 to the 15 centuries. They focus on crowd interaction, so expect to see authentic medieval combat, weapons demonstrations, and the opportunity to try on medieval armor.
Pirates Glory of Reno
Watchout for those pirates they have set up camp outside of the Royal Court and stole the Kings canon and built a town. Keep hold of you Wifes, kids and booty. Keep a good eye out for the natorous Commador Craken and his black spots.
We are Kyle and Kaylee Sinclair, papermakers of the 16th century. We are in the service of Mary Queen of Scots in the year of our Lord 1562, but are currently traveling about the country. Come join us and learn the history of papermaking.
Sierra Nevada Spinners and Weavers
A local club that demonstrates Spinning and weaving technics and equipment used during the period.
Celtic Celebration 2011
Royal court of France and Scotland
& Lady Fleming and her birds of prey
Good Morning Your Tiny Majesty
Birds of Prey Demo
Pirates of Reno
Chilvary & Steel
Yes your Majesty at once
to retreive Prince Edward to the Stocks
Prince Edward said what about Scotland
He will get wet
Do you repent of your sin against
Queen Mary and Scotland
Can you Keep a Secret?
Future King of France and his Cousin
Words o' the month
A two-for-one special this month!
Irish for "small road." These narrow lanes between fields are instantly familiar to anyone who's gone for strolls in the Irish countryside.
Irish for a young girl.
The Star of the County Down
"Down a boreen green came a sweet colleen/And she smiled as she passed me by."