Dates:
First Weekend in June 2018
Begins 9:00am June 1st
Ends 4:00pm 3rd

Location:
Stonehenge Farms
9755 Willamette St. Aumsville, OR 97325

Contact:
Event Steward
Troy Griffith (Sir William Brannan)
(541) 535-7974 - Email - Facebook

Admission:
All three days -
Adults $30 - Children Free
Saturday Only -
Adults $20 - Children Free
*SCA Member Discount: $5


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Period Clothing for the Rider

This is an unmounted, presentation and discussion class; scheduled for one hour. An overview of human riding attire and decorative horse-coverings through the SCA period, with suggestions for adapting or disguising modern safety helmets and footwear. Attire for a variety of situations will be covered, including battle, tournament, formal and casual civilian riding. (Handout in PDF format)

Instructor

Mistress Annisa Gabrieli Mka "Alexis Garrigues".

Alexis spent her teenage years volunteering at the Woodland Park Zoo's pony ring, a wonderful opportunity for a city kid to spend time with horses. There she learned to utilize her innate stubbornness to good advantage with Welsh and Shetland ponies. As part of the zoo's 4-H club she learned to care for horses, ride, and drive, and was able to pass on those skills training new volunteers. A few years ago she re-connected with horses in the SCA, and is now the proud owner of Duchess, a Percheron cross mare, and co-owner of Darshan, a Friesian cross gelding. She also loves fabric and has taught classes on medieval riding attire and making caparisons and helmet covers.