Artisans’ Village

Small Village

 

CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER
for June 1-3, 2018!

Watch for information on when it’s rescheduled!

Please contact the autocrat if you’ve pre-regged for information on check return or destruction. Thank you!

Artisans’ Village

Updated for 2018!

The Barony of Buckland Cross is honored to continue the tradition begun by Hartshorn-dale! We would like to extend an invitation to you to our Artisans’ Village, June 1-3, 2018 at the Deer Wood Campground in Tohickon Valley Park in Bucks County, PA.  This is a place for all to gather and enjoy the arts and sciences practiced throughout the land.

The Village

Each area of the village will house one category of artisan, such as glass workers, cooks and brewers, fiber artists, metal workers, and many more.  Within each area, all are welcome to come and join their fellow artisans and work on projects in the company of friends.  There will also be classes scheduled throughout the weekend, both in the village areas as well as in a centralized class area.  If you are interested in running or being part of an artisan area or teaching a class, please contact Baroness Jenevra de Carvalhal. Each area will have a coordinator to help make sure each area has whatever tables and spaces the artisans need.  The coordinator will also help find artisans to participate in the region.  The schedule will be posted on this site before the event.

Area Coordinators, Teachers & Class Descriptions

Please contact the area coordinator listed below if you are interested in teaching, demonstrating or displaying your art.

 

Lampworking and Glass, Lady Aibhilin inghean Ui Phaidin, Coordinator

Fiber Arts, Lady Sighrid Bengsdottir, Coordinator

Stitch and tell! Last year we had so many looms lined up telling their artist’s stories. Can we get a clean dozen this year?

Brewing, Baron William Graham, Coordinator

Historic beer brewing demo 11am to 4pm

Classes:

Duh What is Mead (A class on basic mead making)

Cordially yours (A class on cordial making.)

Taught by Lady Sibylla de Blakeleye.

Brewers Round Table

East Kingdom Brewers Guild paneling and meet and greet.

 

Woodworking, Baron Fearghus O’Conchobhair, Coordinator

Medieval joynery techniques – learn woodworking from Master Robert of Sugar Grove of the Sylvan Kingdom of Aethelmearc.

Period Cooking, Master Galefridus Peregrinus, Coordinator

Paper Arts

Not just snowflakes: Papercut Art throughout the world. Taught by Lord Ciaran Ua Meic Thire, 1pm

Everyone remembers making paper snowflakes at some point in their childhood but did you know they are actually a period art? This and other styles of art- all created using just paper and a knife/chisel/scissors- have been created throughout the world since the 4th Century AD. While there are over a dozen different styles or types of papercut art, this class with focus on teaching 3 styles: Jian Zhi from China, Sanjhi from India, and Scherenschnitte from Germany as well as the history of the art and symbolism behind subject matter and colors, etc. Supplies will be provided for the class. All over the age of 12 are welcome to participate (sitting in and observing is welcome to all who are interested).

Leatherworking

Practical Leather Working, THLady Angela Mori
Making a decorative leather Penner Case I will be working on making a decorated leather Penner Case during Saturday. I will be going through the steps of how to make the base along with the outer layers (including tooling). I will have leather and modern stamping tools for those who wish to try their hand at decorating leather.

Dancing

Duchess Diana will be gleefully leading interested gentles in through various dances. More details to come!

Camping & Accommodations

For those interested in camping, there is ample space for tents. There are bathrooms available, and one has showers.

Please pre-register if you are planning on camping, so the best allotment of space can be determined and enough breakfast (included) prepared. Camping fees are under “Hours & Fees.”

For those not interested in camping and wishing for more modern amenities, there are many fine B&Bs and small inns in the area, as well as hotels in the Doylestown area which is about 10 miles southwest. Click here for a Google Map of hotels and inns in the area, or contact the hotels below.

Directions

Google Map Directions

Tohickon Valley Park, Deer Wood Campground, 171 Cafferty Rd, Pipersville, PA 18947
If arriving from the east or south, Route 32 gets twisty just before you reach Cafferty Road – please take it slow! Use the Group Camping entrance, not the main park entrance – watch for the signs!

Dining

A dayboard will be provided on Saturday and Sunday for all who attend.  Feast details are still being worked out. We will post the menu as soon as it is finalized for folks to review for dietary and allergy concerns.

We have a permit for beer & wine on site. As this is a County park, please be discreet.

Friday Evening Snacks

  • Fruit
  • Bread and Cheese
  • Ham 
  • Hot water for tea/coffee/cocoa
  • Cold water

Saturday Breakfast

  • Eggs
  • Bacon
  • Fruit
  • Hot water
  • Cold water
  • Coffee
  • Tea
  • Milk

Saturday Day Board

Ploughman’s Lunch Style

  • Meat on a stick (beef slices and or sausages)
  • Sliced Ham
  • Cube cheese
  • Hard boil eggs
  • Breads
  • Relishes and jams
  • Pickled items
  • Raw veggies
  • Fruits

Sunday Breakfast

Same as Saturday plus leftovers

  

Hours & Fees

Dates: June 1-3, 2018

Site Opens: 5pm on Friday

Site Closes: 3pm on Sunday

REGISTRATION FEES

  • Adult= $20
  • Adult with SCA Membership= $15
  • Youth = $15
  • Youth with SCA Membership (6-17) = $10
  • Children 5 and under= Free

CAMPING

  • $5 per person

FAMILY MAX REGISTRATION FEES

  • Family Max no camping $50
  • Family max camping $60

 

TO REGISTER

Mail registrations to:

Christine Connors

936 Roeloffs Road

Yardley, PA 19067

Please include membership details for each registrant and make checks payable to SCA PA Inc. – Shire of Buckland Cross.

The East Kingdom Calendar event listing may be found here.

Contact

Please use this form to contact the Event Steward should you have any questions.

 

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