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Medieval Fair Ball lets locals dance into historyNorman TranscriptEach group also uses the ball as an opportunity to introduce non-members to their organizations. Tickets for the ball are $25 per person in advance and $30 at the door. Tickets can be ordered online through Eventbrite and links can be found through the ...
Loveland event travels back to medieval days of joustingLoveland Reporter-HeraldThe riders are taking real hits from solid wooden lances. "I wanted to bring something that much more to the masses, and the only way to do that was to bring forth the solid wooden lances," Adams said. Although the sport is medieval, the safety ...
Local Medievalists hold event | Morning NewsBlackfoot Morning NewsThe local branch of the Society for Creative Anachronism met on Saturday, Jan. 20, at the York Grange in Idaho Falls for an all-day event with sword-and-shield fighting in full armor, Renaissance rapier fighting, and Medieval games and crafts. The day ...and more »
Winter Activities Fair attracts students, inspires involvementKansas State CollegianWith more than 140 activity booths to choose from, the Kansas State biannual Activities Carnival had something to offer for every student, whether they were looking to join an academic club, Fencing Club or the Medieval and Renaissance Interest ...
Medieval Times gets its first queenNorthJersey.com"You can't go with the pure [medieval] vernacular, because it won't be intelligible to the audience," Cordner says. "It can't be so complicated the audience can't follow it." Cordner, an Orlando, Florida, resident, got involved with the franchise 30 ...