China Camp State Park,
San Rafael, CA
From The Page (March, 2003):
Arts of Adornment, Arts of War, Arts of hearth and home - come celebrate them all! Katira al-Maghrebiyya (winner of many spoons) will teach how to make fresh cheese. Robert of Two Cliffs is bringing his trebuchet for a demonstration of (play around with) siege weapons. Just in time for the Mists Investiture competition, Hilary of Serendip is teaching finishing and edging your garments, including making trim fit a curve, French seams, blind hems, rolled edges, piping and more. If you've wanted to learn to weave but aren't ready for a loom, Beatrice Merryfield will teach how to weave without a loom. Diane de Winchester is teaching nature printing on both paper and cloth. One of the wonderful chains at (website address omitted) can be yours because Kathleen Treanor is repeating her popular class in chain making. If you've wondered what to do with your broken arrows, Mark von dem Falkensfenn will be demonstrating the medieval process cf making footed arrows. Kevin Perigryne is teaching the decorative art of leather tooling. In between the classes, bring food to share for a pot-luck lunch. There is NO FEE for this event. Come and enjoy yourself.
The site is China Camp State Park in San Rafael. It opens at 10 AM and clean-up begins at 5 PM. Dogs on a leash are permitted.
Autocrat: Beatrice Merryfield (contact info omitted).
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