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Thread: Our Medieval Feast

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    Verena
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    We celebrated a fantastic Medieval Feast last night with about 40 people attending. It was a huge success- everyone came in proper attire. We dined on beef tongue, venison, greens, soups, dark bread, tinker cakes, mince meat pies and mulled cider. The displays and presentations on various aspects of Medieval times were outstanding. Everyone did such a wonderful job in making this a reality.
    A huge thanks to the entire TOG staff and various posters here on this board- we couldn't have pulled this off without you!

    Here are some pictures:

    http://s666.photobucket.com/al...4/notreallysouthern/

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    Great pics! Thanks for sharing. (Should school be this fun?)
    Blessings,
    Marcia

    No one can do me a greater kindness in this world than to pray for me.
    --Charles Spurgeon

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    Thanks for sharing your pictures! What an awesome memory for your children!
    Angela

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    Verena,
    I loved the pics from your feast. I was trying to get a better view of the costumes the boys wore. Do you have a pic of the boys without their shields? Or could you explain the costumes? I am assuming, perhaps incorrectly, that you made them. We are preparing for our feast in Nov.
    Thanks,
    Anna

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    Verena
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    Hello Anna,

    I'm beyond embarrassed to be so late in responding to your question! I am so sorry- I just now saw your post. I hardly have time for message boards anymore- so unfortunately your question went unanswered for way too long. Please forgive!

    I've uploaded a picture of my boys to the site where the other Medieval Feast pictures are (it's the first pic).
    You can see their costumes a bit better.

    For "costume inspiration", I consulted this site:

    http://fantashion.de/fantashio...a0792640fa8472df1cb5

    The boys' outfit was just a basic tunic.
    I didn't even do a pattern- just kinda guesstimated general length and where those diagonal stripes should go :-).

    I wish you the best in preparing for the Feast. It was one of our highlights last year (lots of work, too, LOL!)

    Blessings,
    Verena

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    Verena, could you share a little regarding what presentations you had during your feast. Thank you, Renae

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    Verena
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    We had presentations on:

    -The Four Alls
    -The Crusades
    -The Evolution of Castles
    -Alchemy in Medieval Times
    -Castles in Medieval Times
    -My Trip to Haut-Koenigsburg
    (http://www.castles.francethisway.com...oenigsburg.php)
    -The Art of Falconry

    HTH!

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    Verena
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    By the way, here are some neat ideas at this site:

    http://www.iolani.honolulu.hi....000/medieval2000.htm

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