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Embroidery Competition

Submitted by Vettoria di Gio... on October 10, 2012 - 3:06pm

As announced at St John's, there is to be an Arts and Sciences competition judged at this coming St Catherine's Faire. To enter you must produce a small embroidered item in any style of embroidery that you so choose, entirely constructed between St John's and St Catherine's. The item must be either a gift for another member of the populace, or a contribution to Their Excellencies store of largesse, to be given to a deserving person at a later date.

No A&S This Sunday the 7th

Submitted by William de Wyke on October 3, 2012 - 8:54am

Due to the number of people who will be at the St John's event this weekend, the usual A&S gathering at William and Catalina's house will be cancelled this week. 

We hope to see everyone next week for Christine's ring making workshop!

A&S Moving This Week

Submitted by William de Wyke on September 7, 2012 - 9:14pm

Due to our house being a pit of plague and despair at present, A&S will be moving to Lady Caterine's place this week. Normal service will resume next week.The address is 8a Drome View Place, Beach Haven.

Email list updated

Submitted by William de Cameron on August 16, 2012 - 11:59am

The Ildhafn email list that used to be hosted with Yahoogroups has been moved to a new home on the sca.org.nz server.

All existing subscribers have been migrated across, and should have received an email giving them the details. If you haven't received such a notification, please go to the new list webpage to sign up.

Dance performance in Coffee Concert on Saturday

Submitted by Katherina Weyssin on May 3, 2012 - 12:32pm

Some of Ildhafn's dancers will be performing in the "Coffee Concert" at Somervell Presbyterian this Saturday morning.

The Capriol Renaissance Dancers (being in this case Katherina Weyssin, William de Cameron, Katherine of Glastonbury, Anna de Wilde and Caterine de Vantier, ably assisted by Ludwig von Regensburg and William de Wyke) will be performing a selection of renaissance dances, some of which you'll have seen at events, and some of which are brand
new (and 400 years old).

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