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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History of Horses in the Middle Ages

This discussion class, lasting on hour and will take place during a lunch break. This class focuses on the horse's place in medieval history, not just as war horses, but in all aspect of life. Arabella has drawn from many sources, including period accounting records to help her literally quantify the vaule of the horses used for a given activity. This is a very educational class and a great way to slip some learning into your lunch time break.

Instructor

 Dame Arabella Da Siena (aka Melissa Midzor)

Dame Arabella Da Siena is The Premier of the Caid Order of the Golden Lance and past Society Equestrian Officer. Arabella is an all around medieval equestrian competitor and scholar.