Recent Changes - Search:

About MEG

Resources

Events



Classes

MEG.Classes History

Hide minor edits - Show changes to output

January 15, 2009, at 12:15 PM PST by Kerij-e - Grayed out old classes and added classes I'm trying to organize
Changed line 17 from:
* Make a medieval-style saddle blanket to diguise a modern saddle
to:
* Make a medieval-style saddle blanket to disguise a modern saddle
Changed lines 9-34 from:
The Madrone Equestrian Guild is proud to announce two concurrent classes on Saturday, May 3:

!!!Caparison Draping
'''Taught by Annisa Gabrielli'''
->Come learn how to make
a full-coverage fabric garment for any horse. This type of garment is appropriate for tournaments from the 12th through the 16th centuries, and is an ideal foundation for impressive displays of heraldry. There will be a demonstration of draping material directly on the animal for a custom fit, and transferring that information to a paper pattern. A variety of different styles will be discussed. Also covered will be examining period reference materials to determine fabric choice, shape and construction methods. The same principles of draping may also be applied to human clothing. \\
'''Cost: $5'''

!!!Silk Banner Painting
'''Taught by Guillaume de Garrigues
'''
->Nothing flies like silk. Learn the basics of painting silk heraldic banners using a gutta resist. It's a modern technique, but it's a quick and relatively easy way to get your heraldic device flapping in the wind, adding pageantry to your encampment and to your presence on the field. Class includes instruction, demonstration of techniques
, and all materials needed for making a triangular banner of approximately six feet in length. Class size is limited, please pre-register by sending e-mail to guillaume@garrigues.net \\
'''Cost: $12'''

'''Date:'''
->Saturday, May 3
, 2008

'''Time:'''
->10:00 a.m. both classes begin
->4:00 p.m. finish (approximate)
-> Please bring a sack lunch

'''Location:'''
->6301 308th Avenue SE
->Preston, WA 98033
->[[ map -> http://maps
.google.com/maps/ms?msa=0&msid=111144551964462015226.0000011272ee07eea960e&ll=47.544132,-121.931449&z=15]]
to:
There are no upcoming classes scheduled at this time. See our [[articles]] page while you're waiting.

Future classes and workshops in the planning:
* Disguise
a riding helmet with a medieval hat cover (planned Feb 09)
* Wooden waster/sword
for medieval gaming workshop
* T-tunics for your horse
, make a simple half-circle caparision
* Make strap barding
* Bringing your horse to its first SCA event
* Make a medieval-style saddle blanket to diguise
a modern saddle
* Make a pattern for
a leather chamfron (shaffron)
* Medieval Mane and Tail
styles
* Design a fun and challenging medieval game course
* The proper grooming of a Warhorse in preparation for a tournament
* Foam jousting tip and lance workshop


%gray%The Madrone Equestrian Guild is proud
to announce two concurrent classes on Saturday, May 3:

%gray%!!!Caparison Draping
%gray%
'''Taught by Annisa Gabrielli'''
%gray%->Come learn how to make a full-coverage fabric garment for any horse. This type of garment is appropriate for tournaments from the 12th through the 16th centuries, and is an ideal foundation for impressive displays of heraldry. There will be a demonstration of draping material directly on the animal for a custom fit
, and transferring that information to a paper pattern. A variety of different %gray%styles will be discussed. Also covered will be examining period reference materials to determine %gray%fabric choice, shape and construction methods. The same principles of draping may also be applied to %gray%human clothing. \\
%gray%'''Cost: $5'''

%gray%!!!Silk Banner Painting
%gray%'''Taught by Guillaume de Garrigues'''
%gray%->Nothing flies like silk
. Learn the basics of painting silk heraldic banners using a gutta resist. %gray%It's a modern technique, but it's a quick and relatively easy way to get your heraldic device flapping %gray%in the wind, adding pageantry to your encampment and to your presence on the field. Class includes %gray%instruction, demonstration of techniques, and all materials needed for making a triangular banner of %gray%approximately six feet in length. Class size is limited, please pre-register by sending e-mail to %gray%guillaume@garrigues.net \\
%gray%'''Cost: $12'''

%gray%'''Date:'''
%gray%->Saturday, May 3, 2008

%gray%'''Time:'''
%gray%->10:00 a.m. both classes begin
%gray%->4:00 p.m. finish (approximate)
%gray%-> Please bring a sack lunch

%gray%'''Location:'''
%gray%->6301 308th Avenue SE
%gray%->Preston, WA 98033
%gray%->[[ map -> http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?%gray%%gray%
msa=0&msid=111144551964462015226.0000011272ee07eea960e&ll=47.544132,-121.931449&z=15]]
May 02, 2008, at 09:33 AM PST by Kerij-e - added keywords and description
Added lines 1-4:
(:description text Classes offered for SCA horse, warhorse, and medieval equestrian enthusiasts.:)
(:keywords horse, SCA, An Tir, information, resource, classes, activities, learning, learn:)
Changed lines 3-8 from:
!!!Upcoming Classes

The Madrone Equestrian Guild is proud to announce a new lecture class "Strap Barding", taught by Mistress Kerij-e, followed by an unmounted equestrian skills practice.

Come learn how to make strap barding in leather or cloth to fit your horse (or even someone else's horse!). Take home hand-outs with step-by-step instructions that follow the class lecture
. Come and be inspired by numerous examples and samples!
to:
!!Upcoming Classes

The Madrone Equestrian Guild is proud to announce two concurrent classes on Saturday, May 3:

!!!Caparison Draping
'''Taught
by Annisa Gabrielli'''
->Come learn how to make a full-coverage fabric garment for any horse. This type of garment is appropriate for tournaments from the 12th through the 16th centuries, and is an ideal foundation for impressive displays of heraldry. There will be a demonstration of draping material directly on the animal for a custom fit, and transferring that information to a paper pattern. A variety of different styles will be discussed. Also covered will be examining period reference materials to determine fabric choice, shape and construction methods. The same principles of draping may also be applied to human clothing. \\
'''Cost: $5'''

!!!Silk Banner Painting
'''Taught by Guillaume de Garrigues'''
->Nothing flies like silk. Learn the basics of painting silk heraldic banners using a gutta resist. It's a modern technique, but it's a quick and relatively easy way to get your heraldic device flapping in the wind, adding pageantry to your encampment and to your presence on the field. Class includes instruction, demonstration of techniques, and all materials needed for making a triangular banner of approximately six feet in length. Class size is limited, please pre-register by sending e-mail to guillaume@garrigues.net \\
'''Cost: $12'''
Changed lines 18-19 from:
->Saturday, April 12, 2008
to:
->Saturday, May 3, 2008
Changed lines 21-22 from:
->11:00 a.m. class begins
to:
->10:00 a.m. both classes begin
->4:00 p.m. finish (approximate)
-> Please bring a sack lunch
Changed lines 26-37 from:
->Issaquah, WA
->15829 256th
Avenue SE, Issaquah, WA 98027

'''Cost:'''
->$8 (includes class, handouts, and lunch -- e-mail any food requirements to rignachargyll@yahoo.co.uk)

'''Questions:'''
->Contact Mistress Kerij-e at crystal_smithwick@hotmail.com

'''Immediately afterwards:'''
->An "unmounted practice" will follow (approximately 1:30 p.m. -- this part is free). Bring your equestrian gaming gear (crest combat, jousting, etc.) or borrow ours and we'll work on skills and technique on the ground. This is an excellent introduction to SCA equestrian gaming technique, and helps develop the skills and reflexes for riding in tournaments later in the season.
to:
->6301 308th Avenue SE
->Preston, WA 98033
->[[ map -> http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?msa=0&msid=111144551964462015226.0000011272ee07eea960e&ll=47.544132,-121.931449&z=15]]
Added lines 33-37:
!!%gray%Saturday, April 12, 2008 - Strap Barding
%gray%'''Subject:''' Come learn how to make strap barding in leather or cloth to fit your horse \\
%gray%'''Instructor:''' Mistress Kerij-e
Changed line 31 from:
%gray%'''Subject:''' Riding & Road Safety based on the British Horse Society's Training
to:
%gray%'''Subject:''' Riding & Road Safety based on the British Horse Society's Training \\
Changed lines 35-36 from:
!!%gray%Taught by Gordon Frye, a director of the School of the Renaissance Soldier''
to:
%gray%Taught by Gordon Frye, a director of the School of the Renaissance Soldier''
Changed line 38 from:
''%gray%Taught by HL Annisa with assistance from Mistress Kerij-e''\\
to:
%gray%Taught by HL Annisa with assistance from Mistress Kerij-e''\\
Changed lines 5-61 from:
!![[#Trail_1]]Saturday, February 9, 2008 - Trail Riding & Road Safety Part 1

'''Time:''' '''NEW TIME''' 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.

'''Place:''' Roguehaven (Rapheal and Kerij-e's Place)
6301 308th Avenue SE Preston, WA 98050 [[map link -> http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&hl=en&msa=0&msid=111144551964462015226.0000011272ee07eea960e&ll=47.544132,-121.931449&spn=0.02022,0.037594&z=15&om=1]]

'''Subject:''' Riding & Road Safety based on the British Horse Society's
Training

'''Instructor:''' Kathleen Heller/ Rignach of Argyll

'''Description:''' This class is arranged as a two part series. In this
first part we will go through the theory of riding & road safety
following the BHS syllabus. This will include access to road safety
riding equipment as recommended by the BHS. The course will cover
trail etiquette and safety with regard to our local environment. The
first part of the series is not a requirement, but recommended before
taking the second part. The second part will include a practical
trail ride as a group using techniques taught in the first part.

'''Other:''' Please bring your sack lunch. Access to ovens and microwaves
will be provided along with tea and coffee.

'''Pre-registration:''' NOT required

'''Cost:''' Donation to Madrone Equestrian Guild

!![[#Trail_2]]Saturday, February 16, 2008 Trail Riding & Road Safety Part 2

'''Time:''' 12pm 2 or 3pm (depending on weather)

'''Place:''' Fall City Riding Arena parking lot

'''Subject:''' Riding & Road Safety: Practical Application

'''Instructor:''' Kathleen Heller/ Rignach of Argyll

'''Description:''' This "in the saddle" class is the second part of the series addressing
safe riding habits for road and trail. We will meet at the parking
lot of the [[http://www.mapquest.com/maps/map.adp?formtype=address&addtohistory=&address=4101%20Fall%20City%20Carnation%20Rd%20Se&city=Fall%20City&state=WA&zipcode=98024%2d7903&country=US&geodiff=1 | Fall City Arena]] and be ready to ride by noon. The class
will be a trail ride conducted using principles from the first class.
We will be riding on both roads and trails in the area to practice
the principles from the first class. If you are unable to attend the
first class, but would still like to join this class, please contact
Rignach at rignachargyll(at)gmail(dot)com.

'''Pre- Registration:''' REQUIRED

Horse required. No rentals available.

'''Cost:''' Donation to Madrone Equestrian Guild



to:
The Madrone Equestrian Guild is proud to announce a new lecture class "Strap Barding", taught by Mistress Kerij-e, followed by an unmounted equestrian skills practice.

Come learn how to make strap barding in leather or cloth to fit your horse (or even someone else's horse!). Take home hand-outs with step-by-step instructions that follow the class lecture. Come and be inspired by numerous examples and samples!

'''Date:'''
->Saturday, April 12, 2008

'''Time:'''
->11:00 a.m. class begins

'''Location:'''
->Issaquah, WA
->15829 256th Avenue SE, Issaquah, WA 98027

'''Cost:'''
->$8 (includes class, handouts, and lunch -- e-mail any food requirements to rignachargyll@yahoo.co.uk)

'''Questions:'''
->Contact Mistress Kerij-e at crystal_smithwick@hotmail.com

'''Immediately afterwards:'''
->An "unmounted practice" will follow (approximately 1:30 p.m. -- this part is free). Bring your equestrian gaming gear (crest combat, jousting, etc.) or borrow ours and we'll work on skills and technique on the ground. This is an excellent introduction to SCA equestrian gaming technique, and helps develop the skills and reflexes for riding in tournaments later in the season.
Added lines 30-33:
!!%gray%[[#Trail_1]]Saturday, February 9, 2008 - Trail Riding & Road Safety Part 1
%gray%'''Subject:''' Riding & Road Safety based on the British Horse Society's Training
%gray%'''Instructor:''' Kathleen Heller/ Rignach of Argyll
Changed lines 7-9 from:
Time: '''NEW TIME''' 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Place: Roguehaven (Rapheal and Kerij-e's Place)
to:
'''Time:''' '''NEW TIME''' 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.

'''Place:''' Roguehaven (Rapheal and Kerij-e's Place)
Changed line 12 from:
Subject: Riding & Road Safety based on the British Horse Society's
to:
'''Subject:''' Riding & Road Safety based on the British Horse Society's
Changed lines 15-17 from:
Instructor: Kathleen Heller/ Rignach of Argyll

Description: This class is arranged as a two part series. In this
to:
'''Instructor:''' Kathleen Heller/ Rignach of Argyll

'''Description:''' This class is arranged as a two part series. In this
Changed line 26 from:
Other:Please bring your sack lunch. Access to ovens and microwaves
to:
'''Other:''' Please bring your sack lunch. Access to ovens and microwaves
Changed lines 29-32 from:
Pre-registration: NOT required

Cost: Donation to Madrone Equestrian Guild
to:
'''Pre-registration:''' NOT required

'''Cost:''' Donation to Madrone Equestrian Guild
Changed lines 35-43 from:
Time: 12pm 2 or 3pm (depending on weather)

Place: Fall City Riding Arena parking lot

Subject: Riding & Road Safety: Practical Application

Instructor: Kathleen Heller/ Rignach of Argyll

Description: This "in the saddle" class is the second part of the series addressing
to:
'''Time:''' 12pm 2 or 3pm (depending on weather)

'''Place:''' Fall City Riding Arena parking lot

'''Subject:''' Riding & Road Safety: Practical Application

'''Instructor:''' Kathleen Heller/ Rignach of Argyll

'''Description:''' This "in the saddle" class is the second part of the series addressing
Changed lines 52-53 from:
Pre- Registration: REQUIRED
to:
'''Pre- Registration:''' REQUIRED
Changed lines 56-61 from:
Cost: Donation to Madrone Equestrian Guild
to:
'''Cost:''' Donation to Madrone Equestrian Guild
Changed lines 10-11 from:
6301 308th Avenue SE Preston, WA 98050
to:
6301 308th Avenue SE Preston, WA 98050 [[map link -> http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&hl=en&msa=0&msid=111144551964462015226.0000011272ee07eea960e&ll=47.544132,-121.931449&spn=0.02022,0.037594&z=15&om=1]]
Changed lines 25-26 from:
Other: Please bring your sack lunch. Access to ovens and microwaves
to:

Other:Please bring your sack lunch. Access to ovens and microwaves
Changed lines 44-45 from:
lot of the [[http://www.mapquest.com/maps/map.adp?formtype=address&addtohistory=&address=4101%20Fall%20City%20Carnation%20Rd%20Se&city=Fall%20City&state=WA&zipcode=98024%2d7903&country=US&geodiff=1
| Fall City Arena]] and be ready to ride by noon. The class
to:
lot of the [[http://www.mapquest.com/maps/map.adp?formtype=address&addtohistory=&address=4101%20Fall%20City%20Carnation%20Rd%20Se&city=Fall%20City&state=WA&zipcode=98024%2d7903&country=US&geodiff=1 | Fall City Arena]] and be ready to ride by noon. The class
Changed lines 28-29 from:
Pre-registration: NOT required, Horse required!
to:
Pre-registration: NOT required
Added lines 53-55:

Horse required. No rentals available.
February 07, 2008, at 05:33 PM PST by Kerij-e - Clarified horse is required for class and updated time
February 07, 2008, at 05:32 PM PST by Kerij-e - Clarified horse is required for class and updated time
Changed lines 7-8 from:
Time: 11am-12pm
to:
Time: '''NEW TIME''' 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Changed lines 28-29 from:
Pre-registration: NOT required
to:
Pre-registration: NOT required, Horse required!
Changed line 42 from:
Description: This class is the second part of the series addressing
to:
Description: This "in the saddle" class is the second part of the series addressing
Changed lines 44-45 from:
lot of the Fall City Arena and be ready to ride by 12pm. The class
to:
lot of the [[http://www.mapquest.com/maps/map.adp?formtype=address&addtohistory=&address=4101%20Fall%20City%20Carnation%20Rd%20Se&city=Fall%20City&state=WA&zipcode=98024%2d7903&country=US&geodiff=1
| Fall City Arena]] and be ready to ride by noon
. The class
Added line 6:
Changed lines 8-10 from:
Place: Roguehaven (Robert & Crystal's Place)
6301 308th Avenue SE
Preston, WA 98050
to:

Place: Roguehaven (Rapheal and Kerij-e's Place)
6301 308th Avenue SE Preston, WA 98050
Added line 14:
Added line 16:
Added line 27:
Added line 29:
Added line 33:
Added line 35:
Added line 37:
Added line 39:
Added line 41:
Changed lines 49-50 from:
Kathleen at rignachargyll@...
to:
Rignach at rignachargyll(at)gmail(dot)com.
Changed line 5 from:
!![[#Trail_1]]Trail Riding & Road Safety Part 1
to:
!![[#Trail_1]]Saturday, February 9, 2008 - Trail Riding & Road Safety Part 1
Deleted line 9:
Date: Saturday, February 9th
Changed line 26 from:
!![[#Trail_2]]Trail Riding & Road Safety Part 2
to:
!![[#Trail_2]]Saturday, February 16, 2008 Trail Riding & Road Safety Part 2
Deleted line 28:
Date: February 16th
Changed line 5 from:
[[#Trail_1]]!!Trail Riding & Road Safety Part 1
to:
!![[#Trail_1]]Trail Riding & Road Safety Part 1
Changed line 27 from:
[[#Trail_2]]!!Trail Riding & Road Safety Part 2
to:
!![[#Trail_2]]Trail Riding & Road Safety Part 2
February 06, 2008, at 10:58 PM PST by Kerij-e - Added Rignach's classes
Changed line 5 from:
[#Trail_1]!!Trail Riding & Road Safety Part 1
to:
[[#Trail_1]]!!Trail Riding & Road Safety Part 1
Changed line 27 from:
[#Trail_1]!!Trail Riding & Road Safety Part 2
to:
[[#Trail_2]]!!Trail Riding & Road Safety Part 2
February 06, 2008, at 10:55 PM PST by Kerij-e - Added Rignach's classes
Changed lines 5-7 from:
CLASS ANNOUNCEMENT:

!!Trail Riding & Road Safety Part 1
to:
[#Trail_1]!!Trail Riding & Road Safety Part 1
Changed line 27 from:
!!Trail Riding & Road Safety Part 2
to:
[#Trail_1]!!Trail Riding & Road Safety Part 2
February 06, 2008, at 10:54 PM PST by Kerij-e - Added Rignach's classes
Changed line 7 from:
Class: Trail Riding & Road Safety Part 1
to:
!!Trail Riding & Road Safety Part 1
Changed lines 29-31 from:
CLASS ANNOUNCEMENT:

Class:
Trail Riding & Road Safety Part 2
to:
!!Trail Riding & Road Safety Part 2
Changed lines 5-7 from:
!!November 11, 2007 - [[Renaissance Warfare in Theory and Practice]]
''Taught by Gordon Frye, a director of the School of the Renaissance Soldier''
to:
CLASS ANNOUNCEMENT:

Class: Trail Riding & Road Safety Part 1
Time: 11am-12pm
Place: Roguehaven (Robert & Crystal's Place)
6301 308th Avenue SE
Preston, WA 98050
Date: Saturday, February 9th
Subject: Riding & Road Safety based on the British Horse Society's
Training
Instructor: Kathleen Heller/ Rignach of Argyll
Description: This class is arranged as a two part series. In this
first part we will go through the theory of riding & road safety
following the BHS syllabus. This will include access to road safety
riding equipment as recommended by the BHS. The course will cover
trail etiquette and safety with regard to our local environment. The
first part of the series is not a requirement, but recommended before
taking the second part. The second part will include a practical
trail ride as a group using techniques taught in the first part.
Other: Please bring your sack lunch. Access to ovens and microwaves
will be provided along with tea and coffee.
Pre-registration: NOT required
Cost: Donation to Madrone Equestrian Guild

CLASS ANNOUNCEMENT:

Class: Trail Riding & Road Safety Part 2
Time: 12pm 2 or 3pm (depending on weather)
Place: Fall City Riding Arena parking lot
Date: February 16th
Subject: Riding & Road Safety: Practical Application
Instructor: Kathleen Heller/ Rignach of Argyll
Description: This class is the second part of the series addressing
safe riding habits for road and trail. We will meet at the parking
lot of the Fall City Arena and be ready to ride by 12pm. The class
will be a trail ride conducted using principles from the first class.
We will be riding on both roads and trails in the area to practice
the principles from the first class. If you are unable to attend the
first class, but would still like to join this class, please contact
Kathleen at rignachargyll@...
Pre- Registration: REQUIRED
Cost: Donation to Madrone Equestrian Guild



Added lines 53-56:

!!%gray%November 11, 2007 - [[Renaissance Warfare in Theory and Practice]]
!!%gray%Taught by Gordon Frye, a director of the School of the Renaissance Soldier''
October 29, 2007, at 02:54 PM PST by Guillaume - it's 2007 still....
Changed lines 6-7 from:
''Taught by Gordon Frye, director of the School of the Renaissance Soldier''
to:
''Taught by Gordon Frye, a director of the School of the Renaissance Soldier''
October 29, 2007, at 02:32 PM PST by Guillaume - it's 2007 still....
Changed line 5 from:
!!November 11, 2008 - [[Renaissance Warfare in Theory and Practice]]
to:
!!November 11, 2007 - [[Renaissance Warfare in Theory and Practice]]
October 29, 2007, at 12:12 AM PST by Kerij-e - Added Gordon's class
October 29, 2007, at 12:12 AM PST by Kerij-e - Added Gordon's class
Changed lines 3-5 from:
The next series of classes is currently being planned.
to:
!!!Upcoming Classes

!!November 11, 2008 - [[Renaissance Warfare in Theory and Practice]]
''Taught by Gordon Frye, director of the School of the Renaissance Soldier''
Deleted line 0:
Changed line 36 from:
!!%gray%Wednesday%black%, September 12, 2007 - Class / Work Party (with emphasis on the tournament)
to:
!!%gray%Wednesday, September 12, 2007 - Class / Work Party (with emphasis on the tournament)
Changed lines 1-9 from:
The Madrone Equestrian Guild is pleased to offer a series of weekly workshops and classes designed to equip and prepare those who wish to take the field at the upcoming noble tourney and behourt of arms known as the [[Emprise of the Black Lion VII -> Emprise/]].

Classes are from 7 to 9 p.m. and will be held at [[6301 308th Avenue, Preston WA -> http://maps.google.com/maps?f=d&hl=en&geocode=&saddr=47.530155,-121.942513&daddr=6301+308th+Avenue,+Preston+WA&mrcr=0&mrsp=0&sz=16&mra=dme&sll=47.527561,-121.937213&sspn=0.009766,0.020084&ie=UTF8&om=1&ll=47.532908,-121.934166&spn=0.039058,0.080338&z=14]]

These classes are open to all, equestrians and non, to those attending the Emprise or just hoping to do so one day. Some classes require materials cost, but most are free.

!!%red%Wednesday%black%, September 12, 2007 - Class / Work Party (with emphasis on the tournament)
Bring your projects and your questions about "putting the whole thing together".
to:

The Madrone Equestrian Guild organizes classes on a regular basis, covering all aspects of SCA equestrian activities.

The next series of classes is currently being planned
.
Changed lines 37-40 from:
to:
!!%gray%Wednesday%black%, September 12, 2007 - Class / Work Party (with emphasis on the tournament)
%gray%Bring your projects and your questions about "putting the whole thing together".
Changed lines 45-46 from:
%white%Bev - how to make an ecranche
to:
%white%Bev - how to make an ecranche
%white%Classes are from 7 to 9 p.m. and will be held at [[6301 308th Avenue, Preston WA -> http://maps.google.com/maps?f=d&hl=en&geocode=&saddr=47.530155,-121.942513&daddr=6301+308th+Avenue,+Preston+WA&mrcr=0&mrsp=0&sz=16&mra=dme&sll=47.527561,-121.937213&sspn=0.009766,0.020084&ie=UTF8&om=1&ll=47.532908,-121.934166&spn=0.039058,0.080338&z=14]]
Changed lines 7-12 from:
!!Thursday, September 6, 2007 - Work Party
Bring your project that you are working on for the Emprise.

!!Thursday, September 13, 2007 - Class / Work Party (with emphasis on the tournament)
Most likely, there will be a class/discussion covering the vision for the tournament. We are endeavoring to convince the Autocrat for the Emprise to join us for this evening
.
to:
!!%red%Wednesday%black%, September 12, 2007 - Class / Work Party (with emphasis on the tournament)
Bring your projects and your questions about "putting the whole thing together"
.
Changed lines 37-40 from:
to:
!!%gray%Thursday, September 6, 2007 - Work Party
%gray%Bring your project that you are working on for the Emprise.
Changed line 27 from:
%gray%!!At September Crown (Sunday 4 p.m. in the "great hall") - To Create a Banner
to:
!!%gray%At September Crown (Sunday 4 p.m. in the "great hall") - To Create a Banner
Deleted lines 6-18:
!!At September Crown (Sunday 4 p.m. in the "great hall") - To Create a Banner
Here are the details for the banner painting class at September Crown offered by the Madrone Equestrian Guild in preparation for the Emprise of the Black Lion VII.

The class will take place on Sunday at 4 p.m. in the "great hall". Banners and paint supplies will be available, in the following combinations:

->$12 - 24 x 36 banners (including paint)
->$ 9 - 24 x 36 banner only
->$ 3 - paint only

This is a hands-on session to paint a rectangular cotton banner, with consulting artists on hand. Bring to class a full color drawing of your device.

Please join us! Get started on a banner!
Added lines 27-40:
%gray%!!At September Crown (Sunday 4 p.m. in the "great hall") - To Create a Banner
%gray%Here are the details for the banner painting class at September Crown offered by the Madrone Equestrian Guild in preparation for the Emprise of the Black Lion VII.

%gray%The class will take place on Sunday at 4 p.m. in the "great hall". Banners and paint supplies will be available, in the following combinations:

->%gray%$12 - 24 x 36 banners (including paint)
->%gray%$ 9 - 24 x 36 banner only
->%gray%$ 3 - paint only

%gray%This is a hands-on session to paint a rectangular cotton banner, with consulting artists on hand. Bring to class a full color drawing of your device.

%gray%Please join us! Get started on a banner!
Changed lines 20-22 from:
!!Thursday, September 6, 2007 - Class / Work Party (with emphasis on heraldry)
Most likely, there will be a class/discussion covering Heraldry on the field and Heraldic involvement in the tournament. We are endeavoring to convince the Herald-in-charge for the Emprise to join us for this evening
.
to:
!!Thursday, September 6, 2007 - Work Party
Bring your project that you are working on for the Emprise
.
Changed line 32 from:
%gray%!!Thursday, August 16, 2007 - To Arm for Tournament
to:
!!%gray%Thursday, August 16, 2007 - To Arm for Tournament
Changed line 7 from:
!!At September Crown (time TBD) - To Create a Banner
to:
!!At September Crown (Sunday 4 p.m. in the "great hall") - To Create a Banner
Changed lines 8-13 from:
This is a hands-on session to paint a rectangular cotton banner, with consulting artists on hand. Paint in standard heraldic colors (red, blue, green, yellow, black, white), brushes, and banner included in the materials cost, which we expect to be less than $15.
Banners
will be ordered from: http://www.dharmatrading.com/html/eng/3335-AA.shtml.
(more details to come as we do the numbers
)
Due to space restrictions, attendance is limited. To register, contact the coordinator at crystal_smithwick@hotmail.com.
Bring to class a full color drawing of your device
.
to:
Here are the details for the banner painting class at September Crown offered by the Madrone Equestrian Guild in preparation for the Emprise of the Black Lion VII.

The class will take place on Sunday at 4 p.m. in the "great hall". Banners and paint supplies
will be available, in the following combinations:

->$12 - 24 x 36 banners (including paint)
->$ 9 - 24 x 36 banner only
->$ 3 - paint only

This is a hands-on session to paint a rectangular cotton banner, with consulting artists on hand
. Bring to class a full color drawing of your device.

Please join us! Get started on a banner!
Added lines 34-38:
%white%!!Proposals for additional classes
%white%Edward - journeys through Europe, with photos
%white%Illaria - saddle making
%white%Gordon - a topic of his choosing
%white%Bev - how to make an ecranche
Deleted lines 6-14:
!!Thursday, August 16, 2007 - To Arm for Tournament
''Taught by Viscount Rapheal with assistance from other guild members''\\
A hands-on workshop to make a weapon or a crest for the Emprise. (The instructor recommends attempting no more than two of the following items during the class time).
* make a behord crest
* make a padded sword or mace
* make a ring or quintain lance
See the [[materials list -> To Arm for Tournament Materials List]] to determine what to bring for the item you wish to make.
''To register, contact the coordinator at crystal_smithwick@hotmail.com.''
Added lines 26-33:
%gray%!!Thursday, August 16, 2007 - To Arm for Tournament
%gray%''Taught by Viscount Rapheal with assistance from other guild members''\\
%gray%A hands-on workshop to make a weapon or a crest for the Emprise. (The instructor recommends attempting no more than two of the following items during the class time).
%gray%* make a behord crest
%gray%* make a padded sword or mace
%gray%* make a ring or quintain lance
%gray%See the [[materials list -> To Arm for Tournament Materials List]] to determine what to bring for the item you wish to make.
Changed lines 6-11 from:

!!%gray%Thursday, August 9, 2007 - To Drape a Caparison
''%gray%Taught by HL Annisa with assistance from Mistress Kerij-e''\\
%gray%Learn how to make a pattern for a custom caparison for your horse. This flashy style is appropriate for the 13th through 16th century, and is an ideal place for heraldic display. This is a demonstration of draping a caparison on a live horse and then drafting a pattern. We will also discuss tabard styles and other styles of bards and caparisons. \\
''%gray%No preregistration required.''
to:
Added lines 28-34:

!!!Past Classes
!!%gray%Thursday, August 9, 2007 - To Drape a Caparison
''%gray%Taught by HL Annisa with assistance from Mistress Kerij-e''\\
%gray%Learn how to make a pattern for a custom caparison for your horse. This flashy style is appropriate for the 13th through 16th century, and is an ideal place for heraldic display. This is a demonstration of draping a caparison on a live horse and then drafting a pattern. We will also discuss tabard styles and other styles of bards and caparisons. \\
''%gray%No preregistration required.''
Changed line 14 from:
A hands-on workshop to make a weapon or a crest for the Emprise. (The instructor recommends attempting no more than two of the following items during the class time).[[To Arm for Tournament Materials List]]
to:
A hands-on workshop to make a weapon or a crest for the Emprise. (The instructor recommends attempting no more than two of the following items during the class time).
Changed lines 18-19 from:
''For a materials list for the item you wish to make, contact the instructor at sirrapheal@hotmail.com. To register, contact the coordinator at crystal_smithwick@hotmail.com.''
to:
See the [[materials list -> To Arm for Tournament Materials List]] to determine what to bring for the item you wish to make.
''
To register, contact the coordinator at crystal_smithwick@hotmail.com.''
Changed lines 7-10 from:
!!%grey%Thursday, August 9, 2007 - To Drape a Caparison
''%grey%Taught by HL Annisa with assistance from Mistress Kerij-e''\\
%grey%Learn how to make a pattern for a custom caparison for your horse. This flashy style is appropriate for the 13th through 16th century, and is an ideal place for heraldic display. This is a demonstration of draping a caparison on a live horse and then drafting a pattern. We will also discuss tabard styles and other styles of bards and caparisons. \\
''%grey%No preregistration required.''
to:
!!%gray%Thursday, August 9, 2007 - To Drape a Caparison
''%gray%Taught by HL Annisa with assistance from Mistress Kerij-e''\\
%gray%Learn how to make a pattern for a custom caparison for your horse. This flashy style is appropriate for the 13th through 16th century, and is an ideal place for heraldic display. This is a demonstration of draping a caparison on a live horse and then drafting a pattern. We will also discuss tabard styles and other styles of bards and caparisons. \\
''%gray%No preregistration required.''
Changed lines 7-10 from:
!!Thursday, August 9, 2007 - To Drape a Caparison
''Taught by HL Annisa with assistance from Mistress Kerij-e''\\
Learn how to make a pattern for a custom caparison for your horse. This flashy style is appropriate for the 13th through 16th century, and is an ideal place for heraldic display. This is a demonstration of draping a caparison on a live horse and then drafting a pattern. We will also discuss tabard styles and other styles of bards and caparisons. \\
''No preregistration required.''
to:
!!%grey%Thursday, August 9, 2007 - To Drape a Caparison
''%grey%Taught by HL Annisa with assistance from Mistress Kerij-e''\\
%grey%Learn how to make a pattern for a custom caparison for your horse. This flashy style is appropriate for the 13th through 16th century, and is an ideal place for heraldic display. This is a demonstration of draping a caparison on a live horse and then drafting a pattern. We will also discuss tabard styles and other styles of bards and caparisons. \\
''%grey%No preregistration required.''
Changed line 14 from:
A hands-on workshop to make a weapon or a crest for the Emprise. (The instructor recommends attempting no more than two of the following items during the class time).
to:
A hands-on workshop to make a weapon or a crest for the Emprise. (The instructor recommends attempting no more than two of the following items during the class time).[[To Arm for Tournament Materials List]]
Changed line 21 from:
This is a hands-on session to paint a rectangular cotton banner, with consulting artists on hand. Paint, brushes, and banner included in the materials cost, which we expect to be less than $15.
to:
This is a hands-on session to paint a rectangular cotton banner, with consulting artists on hand. Paint in standard heraldic colors (red, blue, green, yellow, black, white), brushes, and banner included in the materials cost, which we expect to be less than $15.
Changed lines 24-26 from:
to:
Due to space restrictions, attendance is limited. To register, contact the coordinator at crystal_smithwick@hotmail.com.
Bring to class a full color drawing of your device.
August 03, 2007, at 12:47 PM PST by Kerij-e - Added link to the dharma site.
August 03, 2007, at 12:46 PM PST by Kerij-e - Added link to the dharma site.
Changed lines 21-22 from:
This is a hands-on session to paint a rectangular cotton banner, with consulting artists on hand. Paint, brushes, and banner included in the materials cost, which we expect to be less than $15. (more details to come as we do the numbers)
to:
This is a hands-on session to paint a rectangular cotton banner, with consulting artists on hand. Paint, brushes, and banner included in the materials cost, which we expect to be less than $15.
Banners will be ordered from: http://www.dharmatrading.com/html/eng/3335-AA.shtml.

(more details to come as we do the numbers)
Changed line 9 from:
Learn how to make a pattern for a custom caparison for your horse. This flashy style is appropriate for the 13th through 16th century, and is an ideal place for heraldic display. This is a demonstration of draping a caparison on a live horse and then drafting a pattern. We will also discuss tabard styles and other styles of bards and caparisons. \\
to:
Learn how to make a pattern for a custom caparison for your horse. This flashy style is appropriate for the 13th through 16th century, and is an ideal place for heraldic display. This is a demonstration of draping a caparison on a live horse and then drafting a pattern. We will also discuss tabard styles and other styles of bards and caparisons. \\
Changed lines 1-2 from:
The Madrone Equestrian Guild is pleased to offer a series of weekly workshops and classes designed to equip and prepare those interested in taking the field at the upcoming noble tourney and behourt of arms known as the [[Emprise of the Black Lion VII -> Emprise/]].
to:
The Madrone Equestrian Guild is pleased to offer a series of weekly workshops and classes designed to equip and prepare those who wish to take the field at the upcoming noble tourney and behourt of arms known as the [[Emprise of the Black Lion VII -> Emprise/]].
Changed lines 1-2 from:
The Madrone Equestrian Guild is pleased to offer a series of weekly workshops and classes designed to equip and prepare those interested in taking the field at upcoming noble tourney and behourt of arms known as the [[Emprise of the Black Lion VII -> Emprise/]].
to:
The Madrone Equestrian Guild is pleased to offer a series of weekly workshops and classes designed to equip and prepare those interested in taking the field at the upcoming noble tourney and behourt of arms known as the [[Emprise of the Black Lion VII -> Emprise/]].
Changed lines 9-10 from:
Learn how to make a pattern for a custom caparison for your horse. This flashy style is appropriate for the 13th through 16th century, and is an ideal place for heraldic display. This is a demonstration of draping a caparison on a live horse and then drafting a pattern. We will also discuss tabard styles and other styles of bards and caparisons.
\\ ''No preregistration required.''
to:
Learn how to make a pattern for a custom caparison for your horse. This flashy style is appropriate for the 13th through 16th century, and is an ideal place for heraldic display. This is a demonstration of draping a caparison on a live horse and then drafting a pattern. We will also discuss tabard styles and other styles of bards and caparisons. \\
''No preregistration required.''
Changed line 10 from:
\\''No preregistration required.''
to:
\\ ''No preregistration required.''
Changed lines 25-26 from:
\\''No preregistration required.''
to:
Deleted line 27:
\\''No preregistration required.''
Changed line 10 from:
''No preregistration required.''
to:
\\''No preregistration required.''
Changed lines 25-26 from:
to:
\\''No preregistration required.''
Added line 29:
\\''No preregistration required.''
Changed line 8 from:
''Taught by HL Annisa with assistance from Mistress Kerij-e''
to:
''Taught by HL Annisa with assistance from Mistress Kerij-e''\\
Changed line 13 from:
''Taught by Viscount Rapheal with assistance from other guild members''
to:
''Taught by Viscount Rapheal with assistance from other guild members''\\
Changed line 23 from:
!!Thursday, September 6, 2007 - Work Party (topic TBD)
to:
!!Thursday, September 6, 2007 - Class / Work Party (with emphasis on heraldry)
Changed line 26 from:
!!Thursday, September 13, 2007 - Work Party (topic TBD)
to:
!!Thursday, September 13, 2007 - Class / Work Party (with emphasis on the tournament)
Changed lines 3-19 from:
All classes are 7 to 9 p.m. and will be held at [[6301 308th Avenue, Preston WA -> http://maps.google.com/maps?f=d&hl=en&geocode=&saddr=47.530155,-121.942513&daddr=6301+308th+Avenue,+Preston+WA&mrcr=0&mrsp=0&sz=16&mra=dme&sll=47.527561,-121.937213&sspn=0.009766,0.020084&ie=UTF8&om=1&ll=47.532908,-121.934166&spn=0.039058,0.080338&z=14]]

http://madrone.equestrianguild.org. For information on the Emprise, http://madrone.equestrianguild.org/emprise

''Caparison Draping''
-> Thursday
, August 9, 2007
-> Taught by HL Annisa Gabrielli
-> Preston, WA

(exact times to be determined)

''Crest Building''
-> Thursday
, August 16, 2007
-> Taught by Viscount Rapheal the Rogue
-> Preston, WA

(exact times to be determined
)
to:
Classes are from 7 to 9 p.m. and will be held at [[6301 308th Avenue, Preston WA -> http://maps.google.com/maps?f=d&hl=en&geocode=&saddr=47.530155,-121.942513&daddr=6301+308th+Avenue,+Preston+WA&mrcr=0&mrsp=0&sz=16&mra=dme&sll=47.527561,-121.937213&sspn=0.009766,0.020084&ie=UTF8&om=1&ll=47.532908,-121.934166&spn=0.039058,0.080338&z=14]]

These classes are open to all, equestrians and non, to those attending the Emprise or just hoping to do so one day. Some classes require materials cost, but most are free.

!!Thursday, August 9, 2007
- To Drape a Caparison
''Taught by HL Annisa with assistance from Mistress Kerij-e''
Learn how to make a pattern for a custom caparison for your horse. This flashy style is appropriate for the 13th through 16th century, and is an ideal place for heraldic display. This is a demonstration of draping a caparison on a live horse and then drafting a pattern. We will also discuss tabard styles and other styles of bards and caparisons.
''No preregistration required.''

!!Thursday, August 16, 2007 - To Arm for Tournament
''Taught by Viscount Rapheal with assistance from other guild members''
A hands-on workshop to make a weapon or a crest for the Emprise. (The instructor recommends attempting no more than two of the following items during the class time
).
* make a behord crest
* make a padded sword or mace
* make a ring or quintain lance
''For a materials list for the item you wish to make, contact the instructor at sirrapheal@hotmail.com. To register, contact the coordinator at crystal_smithwick@hotmail.com.''

!!At September Crown (time TBD) - To Create a Banner
This is a hands-on session to paint a rectangular cotton banner, with consulting artists on hand. Paint, brushes, and banner included in the materials cost, which we expect to be less than $15. (more details to come as we do the numbers)

!!Thursday, September 6, 2007 - Work Party (topic TBD)
Most likely, there will be a class/discussion covering Heraldry on the field and Heraldic involvement in the tournament. We are endeavoring to convince the Herald-in-charge for the Emprise to join us for this evening.

!!Thursday, September 13, 2007 - Work Party (topic TBD)
Most likely, there will be a class/discussion covering the vision for the tournament. We are endeavoring to convince the Autocrat for the Emprise to join us for this evening.
Changed lines 1-2 from:
The Madrone Equestrian Guild presents the following upcoming classes:
to:
The Madrone Equestrian Guild is pleased to offer a series of weekly workshops and classes designed to equip and prepare those interested in taking the field at upcoming noble tourney and behourt of arms known as the [[Emprise of the Black Lion VII -> Emprise/]].

All classes are 7 to 9 p.m. and will be held at [[6301 308th Avenue, Preston WA -> http
://maps.google.com/maps?f=d&hl=en&geocode=&saddr=47.530155,-121.942513&daddr=6301+308th+Avenue,+Preston+WA&mrcr=0&mrsp=0&sz=16&mra=dme&sll=47.527561,-121.937213&sspn=0.009766,0.020084&ie=UTF8&om=1&ll=47.532908,-121.934166&spn=0.039058,0.080338&z=14]]

http://madrone.equestrianguild.org. For information on the Emprise, http://madrone.equestrianguild.org/emprise
Added lines 1-15:
The Madrone Equestrian Guild presents the following upcoming classes:

''Caparison Draping''
-> Thursday, August 9, 2007
-> Taught by HL Annisa Gabrielli
-> Preston, WA

(exact times to be determined)

''Crest Building''
-> Thursday, August 16, 2007
-> Taught by Viscount Rapheal the Rogue
-> Preston, WA

(exact times to be determined)
Printer friendly - Page History - © 2004-2017 Madrone Equestrian Guild Attach Edit
Page last modified on January 15, 2009, at 12:15 PM PST