• Schedule


    Gate open from 4pm-10pm



    A&S Meet and Greet

    7:00pm Location: History Building



    9:00pm Location: Rec Hall


    Bardic Circle

    9:00pm Location: Dining Hall


    Gate open from 8am-4pm

    Performances of scenes from Hamlet will happen throughout the day on Saturday, be on the lookout!

    8:00 AM


    8:00am Location: Dining Hall

    9:00 AM

    9:00 AM

    Atlantian Chamber Singers

    9:00am Location: Behind the Dining Hall

    10:00 AM

    Morning Court

    10:00am Location: Field or Rec Hall

    11:00 AM

    Authorization and Start of the Tourney

    11:00am Location: MoL Table / Field

    11:30 AM

    A Slavic Welcome of Spring

    11:30am Location: Firepit behind the Dining Hall

    12:00 PM

    Fundraiser Lunch

    12:00pm Dining Hall

    3:00 PM

    Play: The Murder of Thomas Bryne

    3:00pm Location: Rec Hall

    11:00 AM

    Play: The Murder of Thomas Bryne

    11:00am Location: Rec Hall

    4:00 PM

    5:00 PM

    Evening Court

    5:00pm Location: Rec Hall

    6:30 PM

    Feast Begins

    6:30pm Location: Dining Hall

    8:00 PM


    8:00pm Location: Rec Hall


    Bardic Circle

    9:00pm Location: Dining Hall

    Site Closes at 12:00pm (noon) on Sunday

  • Arts & Sciences: Solars & Workshops


    Location: History Building

    11am – 4pmEmbroideryMaîtresse Trephine la Broderesse
    1pm – 4pmFiber SolarIsme Brambley


    Description: Come and work on your embroidery projects, get advice, or show new techniques. Everyone is welcomed, regardless or skill level.

    Fiber Solar

    Description: Join like minded Thread-Benders as we share knowledge and common interests! Bring your favorite fibery goodness and a desire to share your enthusiasm.

    Brewing Solars & Workshops

    Location: Outside the Feast Hall

    All DayTake a Stab at BrewingDeclan MacDockery
    10am – 11amBrewer’s TopicDelecta Diana d’Averno
    11am – 12pmMaking Liqueurs & CordialsIsabelle LaFar

    Take a Stab at Brewing

    Description: Several tables, burners, and apparatus will provided along with grain for creating a mash, the principal ingredient for making beer.

    Brewer’s Topic

    Description: Come out as a group or an individual to discuss and get feedback on the good, bad and ugly drinks.  Or just share a drink and chat.

    Making Liquors, Cordials

    Description: Demo class limited to 10 attendees. No class fee, but please bring something to take notes as there will be no handout. Includes brief history and discussion about liqueurs and cordials.


    Location: History Building

    10am – 11amViking Bobbin BraidingAnnora Hall
    11am – 12pmLeatherworking 101Adelric Falke
    12pm – 1pmFinding Your Voice: A Beginner’s Workshop in Writing PoetryBaron Paganus Akritas
    1pm – 2pmEasy Calligraphy & IlluminationCaitrina inghean Fhearghuis
    2pm – 3pmNalbinding KnowledgeArgent of Sacred Stone
    3pm – 4pmFaux Stained GlassIsabelle LaFar

    Viking Bobbin Braiding

    Description: Please join me as we braid using bobbins.  This fun technique can be done alone or in groups and is appropriate for all ages.

    Leatherworking 101

    Description: This session will discuss, demonstrate the basics of Leather Working, see some finished projects/ projects in progress.  I will have some tools and material on hand to play with.

    Finding Your Voice: A Beginner’s Workshop in Writing Poetry

    Description: Bring a completed piece, a work in progress, or an idea and together we will find the next stage of your poetic journey. We can focus on inspiration, content, and/or structure.

    Easy Calligraphy & Illumination

    Description: Basic calligraphy and illumination with provided materials in an easy to understand and practice, relaxed environment – make & take, Q&A.

    Nalbinding Knowledge

    Description: This workshop is for any fans of nalbinding. I will have my entire nalbinding library available for people to peruse, and will be available to help with projects or with learning.

    Faux Stained Glass

    Description: Creating a facsimile of stained glass. Class limit 6. Class fee $8 per person. Please bring something to take notes as there will be no handout. Attendees will take away a small project.

  • The Struggle for Denmark

    “The spirit that I have seen
    May be the devil; and the devil hath power
    To assume a pleasing shape; yea, and perhaps
    Out of my weakness, and my melancholy,
    As he is very potent with such spirits,
    Abuses me to damn me.”

    Hamlet: 2.2.600-05.


    Ymir, the frost giant, is awoken from his rest at the conflict happening in Denmark between Hamlet and his uncle, Claudius. Ymir, unlike the human occupants of the kingdom, knows that the fate of Denmark rests upon the determination of a victor.

    Ymir cares deeply because,

    “From his skull was shaped the dome of the sky, and from his flesh was formed the soil of the fields, from his bones came the rocks, from his blood the rivers and seas, from his hair, all vegetation. His breath was the wind, his voice made thunder, his right eye became the moon, his left eye the sun, from his saliva or sweat came the rain. And from the vermin which covered his body came forth mankind.”

    (Witzel 2017, 371)

    As Ymir is a literal part of the landscape, their personal stake is clear. There must be peace in Denmark, no matter what the cost.


    Convinced entirely that Claudius has had his father murdered, due to visions of his father’s ghost, Hamlet seems no other option than to wage a sort of war against his uncle, and his mother, Gertrude, if necessary.


    He is determined to hang on to not only the throne, but his new wife, Gertrude. He has always wanted what his brother possessed and finally, it is his! The last thing he needs is Hamlet mucking things up for him both directly and indirectly.

    The War

    Ymir, the frost giant, is of the mind that the only way that this contention might be resolved is through armed combat. As each side martials an army upon the battlefield, Ymir themselves cannot claim to know who the victor would be, only that this matter must be settled, one way or the other. As a primordial spirit of Norse mythology, they have a vested interest in the peace of Denmark.

    The Factual Underpins

    Hamlet is based upon history recorded in Saxo Grammaticus’ Gesta Danorum books three (3) and four (4).

    It is common knowledge that the Danes of the time period recorded by Saxo Grammaticus were followers of the Norse religion, or the Norse pantheon. This means that their belief system was similar, if not the same, as Icelander, Snorri Sturluson, who recorded the story of Ymir in the Poetic Edda.

    The Ymir Event

    The war element will be posed as a battle between Hamlet and his uncle, King Claudius. The proposed combatants will choose a side to support, along with the A&S community. War points will be given along those grounds. 

    In executing this theme, there will be the opportunity to feature original Elizabethan plays by fellow Scadians, theater and drama in court with ghostly apparitions and inconvenient stabbings. Also, someone could hie themselves to the nunnery…

  • Newcomers and Youth Activities

    Newcomers Solar:
    information for Newcomers, a place to ask questions, look at various projects for inspiration, reference books, just a place to hang out.

    SCA 101 class:
    Taught by Mistress Morwenna Trevethan (time to be determined closer to Event).

    Newcomers Scavenger Hunt:
    Available for anyone 10+. A way to meet people and learn about different offices, awards, etc.

    Youth Activities

    (Any parents wanting to help would be MUCH appreciated!)

    Make-n-take historic game in a pouch. This is offered for all ages, including adult. All supplies and patterns provided for various historic games with rules and history. The game board becomes the pouch for ease in taking to events. This will be available all day. A small donation to help cover costs would be appreciated but is not expected or required

    Viking Zombie Fish Tag, ages 10+ (or with parental permission given to me to prevent the youngest ones getting hurt)

    Viking Fish Tag. For those under 10.

    Capture the Fish(capture the flag) ages 10+ or with permission.

    Penny toss into the “Skull of our Enemies ” for all ages

    Pictures from the Book of Kells available for coloring during the day.

    All times will be determined closer to the Event.
    Any questions, please contact Baroness Mor the Merry at baronessmor AT yahoo Dot com.

  • Merchants

    Thorthor’s Hammerhttps://thorthorshammer.com/Pins and Cast Jewelry
    Calontir Trimhttps://calontirtrim.com/Trim
    Rabenwald Metalsmythinghttps://www.rabenwaldms.com/Blacksmith
    Silver Acornhttps://silveracorn.com/Leather Dragons. Cute Stuff
    ClayBaby Potteryhttps://claybabypottery.com/Pottery
    Crafty Celthttps://www.craftycelts.com/Jewelry
    Marion le Red GlassGlass and Blacksmith Items
    Neanderthal Potteryhttps://www.neanderthalpottery.com/Pottery
    Zen Warriorhttps://www.zenwarriorarmory.com/Armour and Weapons
    Craft CaravanSmall items,Jewelry, Baked Goods
    Badass Garbhttps://badass-garb.myshopify.com/Garb
    Agill’s Woodstuffshttp://www.egillswoodstuffs.comWood furniture and goods
  • Planned Meals

    Saturday Breakfast

    (included with cabin fee)

    Choice of Two Quiche – meat and cheese, spinach and cheese.
    Oat Porridge with dried fruit and nuts – oatmeal with hazelnut and raisin crumble
    Fried flans – fried cheese pastries
    Fruit with quark – fresh fruit and soft cheese

    Saturday Lunch

    (Fundraiser for the Kingdom Travel Fund, $5)

    Pre-registration required: https://forms.gle/pZvcmvyvTLGtufqt5
    Choice of:
    Pork and Onion Stew or Chicken and Cheese Soup or Vegetable Stew (Vegan, GF)
    Hearty Bread Choice of:
    Pear Cheese Pie or Baked Apple
    Beverage Choice of:
    Warm Cider or Clarrey (non-alcoholic)

    Feast Info

    ALLERGY NOTICE: Please stop by the kitchen if you have allergies and want to check on last minute ingredient changes.

    *Note that as a volunteer kitchen, while efforts are made to the best of the staff’s ability to avoid cross contamination, it can not be perfectly guaranteed.

  • Accommodations


    Quality Inn & Suites
    400 W Broad Ave, Rockingham, NC 28379

    Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Rockingham
    307 W Greene St, Rockingham, NC 28379

    Carolina Pine Inn
    175 Persimmon Dr, Pinebluff, NC 28373

    Ellerbe Springs Resort
    North, 2537 US-220, Ellerbe, NC 28338

    Days Inn by Wyndham Rockingham
    408 W Broad Ave, Rockingham, NC 28379


    **Oyez: These amenities are listed for ease of reference. The Staff of Ymir does not guarantee that the hours of these restaurants work with your individual plans. Please check with the establishments for availability, etc. Thanks. **


    Pattan’s Downtown Grille
    228 E Washington St, Rockingham, NC 28379

    The Taco Factory
    405 W Broad Ave, Rockingham, NC 28379

    La Cabana Mexican Restaurant
    220 W Broad Ave, Rockingham, NC 28379

    Mama Nois Pizza & Hot Sub
    2076 E Main St, Ellerbe, NC 28338

    Dixie Burger
    2213 Main St, Ellerbe, NC 28338


    thai fusion cuisine
    211 Central Park Ave, Pinehurst, NC 28374

    1895 Grille
    155 Cherokee Rd, Pinehurst, NC 28374

    Lisi Italian
    90 Cherokee Rd #1c, Pinehurst, NC 28374

    yellowBIRD Southern Table & Bar
    100 Pavilion Way Suite B, Southern Pines, NC 28387


    Greek Village Restaurant
    1365 Scotland Crossing Dr, Laurinburg, NC 28352

    Fore’s Family Restaurant
    215 S Main St, Laurinburg, NC 28352

  • Our Staff

    Event Steward:
    [oplink link=”8677″]Father Ælfric Ecgeling[/oplink], MW_Eggleston@msn.com

    • Deputy: [oplink link=”9430″]Lady Caitrina Inghean Fearghuis[/oplink], midori32@gmail.com
    • Emergency Deputy: [oplink link=”8948″]Baron Jeckel Fett[/oplink], seneschal@windmastershill.org

    [oplink link=”7289″]Lady Dýrfinna Freyviþardóttir[/oplink],

    • Head Troll: [oplink link=”8285“]Kira Kojirou Tokiakira “Akira”[/oplink], mdjohnson2112@gmail.com

    Herald and Royal Liaison:
    [oplink link=”3354″]Meisterin Gisela vom Kreuzbach[/oplink], gisela.vomkreuzbach@gmail.com 

    Hall Steward:
    [oplink link=”4425″]Mistress Rowan of Hawkridge[/oplink], elizabethnmoss@gmail.com

    Head Cook:
    [oplink link=”1407″]
    Baronne Guenièvre de Monmarché[/oplink], guenievre@erminespot.com 

    • Deputy and Breakfast cook: [oplink link=”3680″]Patronne Murienne l’aloiere[/oplink], dragonfly78@gmail.com
    • Head Dishwasher: [oplink link=”10176″]Wol-Bi[/oplink],  amand.underwater@gmail.com

    A&S Steward:
    [oplink link=”9548″]Lady Gwenhwyfar Weale[/oplink], gwenhwyfarweale@gmail.com

    • Deputy A&S Steward: [oplink link=”1768″]Lady Juliana Robertsone[/oplink], lola@pobox.com
    • Deputy A&S Steward: [oplink link=”8705″]Maistresse Philomene d’Lys[/oplink], mishvmd1@gmail.com
    • A&S Consultation: [oplink link=”8164″]Ollamh Esa inghean Donnchaidh[/oplink]

    Youth Activities:
    [oplink link=”7249″]Rebbah Thamira ha Sopheret[/oplink], thamira.hasopheret@yahoo.com 

    • Youth Deputy: [oplink link=”10980″]Baroness Mor the Merry[/oplink], baronessmor@yahoo.com

    Newcomer’s Point:
    [oplink link=”724″]Lord Charles Fleming[/oplink], cbt@ib-ent.com 

    [oplink link=”10980″]Baroness Mor the Merry[/oplink], baronessmor@yahoo.com 

    Field Coordinator:
    [oplink link=”9430″]Lady Caitrina Inghean Fearghuis[/oplink], midori32@gmail.com

    Marshal In Charge:
    [oplink link=”831″]Duke Cuan MacDaige[/oplink], arthuradonadio@outlook.com  

    Minister of the Lists:
    [oplink link=”3804″]THL Niccolina the Wanderer[/oplink], nnmann@aggies.ncat.edu 

    • Deputy: [oplink link=”2397″]Master Nikulai Ivanovich[/oplink], njatlow@gmail.com

    Merchant Coordinator:
    [oplink link=”2438″]Baron Ormarr Raumsson[/oplink], adbliss@yahoo.com

    Web Minister:
    [oplink link=”9546″]Noble Owain Weale[/oplink], webminister@officer.atlantia.sca.org

  • Drawing, Hamlet act 1, external depiction of the castle

    The Site

    Millstone 4-H Camp, 1296 Mallard Dr, Ellerbe, NC 28338

    Directions: Take your best route to North Carolina US-1 South to Hoffman. Turn right onto Caddell Rd for 0.6 mi. Continue onto McDonald Church Rd for 3.4 mi. Turn right onto Millstone Rd. go 4.7 mi. Turn right onto Mallard Dr. Go .4 miles into Millstone 4-H Camp.


    *Please Note: While much of the camp is wheelchair accessible, some areas of the site are currently under construction and may be restricted.

    *Trigger Warning: This site is near enough to an active shooting range that it is common to hear the sounds of distant gunfire throughout the day. Please be aware that some individuals may find this background noise to be uncomfortable or triggering.

    Per Millstone 4-H Camp’s policy, pets/animals are NOT allowed onsite unless they are service animals.

    For more information about the camp, please consult the Camp Website.

    Camp Maps: 

    Map of locations on the Millstone 4H camp for Ymir.
  • Drawing of a battle at the castle Kronborg (Known as Elsinore in Hamlet)

    The Martial Field

    The Tournament

    • Immediately following court inspections and authorizations will begin in preparation for the day’s tournament.
    • Four pools are to be fought.
    • The top eight fighters from these pools advance.
    • The final eight will be enter a single elimination tournament on a giant cow hide, if a fighter sets one foot off the hide voluntarily (not shoved), they lose the round. The final bout will be to three touches, best two out of three.
    • There will be a Bear Pit run simultaneously with the round of eight for all of the remaining fighters that did not make the top eight.

    Rapier Activities

    [oplink link=”2562″]Master Raphael de la Rosa[/oplink]

    • Starting just after morning courts.
    • A novice tourney. Authorization must be less than 3 years old.
    • A “not-a-peer” tourney. Open to all as long as they do not hold a Martial peerage.
    • White Scarf prize fight
    • Cut and Thrust – open to all
    • Open tourney, any authorized fighter can attend.
    • Pick ups on a side field during the day with acting marshals as needed.


    [oplink link=”8042″]Lord Robert Shockley of Avonsford[/oplink]

    • Starting after morning court and finishing at 4pm. 
    • A competition will be held from 1pm to 2pm.
    • The range will be located behind the A&S building (Upper Hall)
    • Thrown Weapons will be near the same location (if we can find someone to run it)
    • [oplink link=”7131″]Baron Naran[/oplink] will be running a Period/Mongol/Clout shoot in the far field (off the right hand edge of the site map) from 2:30pm
  • Drawing depicting the play hosted for the king during Hamlet

    Arts & Sciences: Events

    Friday Night A&S Meet & Greet

    Location: History and Learning Centre

    Date: February 17

    Time: 7pm – 9pm

    Hospitality: Beverages and Light Snacks

    Concept: Take a moment to enjoy the company of other artisans in a relaxed environment. Attendees are encouraged to snack, imbibe, and indulge in conversation.

    Slavic Spring

    Location: Outside the History Building

    Date: February 18

    Time: 11:30

    Concept: Spring is coming and your friendly neighborhood slav invites you to the workshop to celebrate it, like true pagan slavs? Anyone is welcome. Children under 13 only with parents’ supervision as there will be hot skillets and flames.    

    What will we do:

    • Discuss the traditions, history, and interesting phenomenons in the traditional celebration (Maslenitsa), including Orthodox church and families.
    • How to cook crepes (blend) symbols of the sun
    • Cook crepes as we talk, and we will perform one of the most important activities. We will eat crepes with different dipping sauces.

    Allergy Warning: Eggs, flour, sugar; non-kosher.  

    Performing Arts

    NOTE: As the players of Atlantia always deserve the an audience’s full attention, the scheduled performances of the Selected Scenes from Hamlet and The Murder of Thomas Brynde will in no way conflict with one another.

    Play: The Murder of Thomas Brynde by Ishmael Reed

    Location: Recreation Hall

    Date: February 18

    Show Time: 11am – 12pm

    Show Time: 3pm-4pm

    Event: The performance of The Murder of Thomas Brynde by Ishmael Reed

    “I have heard that guilty creatures sitting at a play
    Have by the very cunning of the scene
    Been struck so to the soul that presently
    They have proclaimed their malefactions.
    For murder, though it have no tongue, will speak
    With most miraculous organ. I’ll have these players
    Play something like the murder of my father
    Before mine uncle. I’ll observe his looks,
    I’ll tent him to the quick.” 

    Hamlet, act 2, scene 2, lines 586-594

    Performance of Selected Scenes from Hamlet


    • Gate/Upper Hall
    • Fencing Field
    • Merchants
    • 4H Circle
    • Feast Hall Possessing the Kitchen

    Date: February 18

    Time: TBD

    Theme: The theme of Ymir this year focuses on Shakespeare’s Hamlet.

    Concept: A small troupe of actors under the direction of Baroness Sophia the Orange will perform six (6) scenes and monologues from Hamlet, scattered around the event site. Scenes have been selected based on their key role in the story of Hamlet and the recognizable lines the audience will find familiar. If you’ve never seen Hamlet, this is a good first taste, and we recommend seeing the whole play.

    Competitions & Display

    Flowers and Poisons Challenge

    Location: To be held at the History and Learning Centre

    Date: February 18

    Time: 9am

    Theme: See Below

    Concept: A&S Contest

    “I’ll have prepar’d him A chalice for the nonce, whereon
    but sipping, If he by chance escape your venom’d stuck,
    Our purpose may hold there”

    Hamlet, act 4, scene 7, lines 159-162

    The use of poison in the act of recompense transcends both culture and time. Hamlet is no exception. By the conclusion of the play, Claudius, Gertrude, Hamlet Sr., Hamlet Jr., and Laertes will have all expired by poison.

    In keeping with this theme, submit an A&S project related to the study and use of poison. Entries might include but are certainly not limited to: 

    • Research into names and uses of poisons
    • Dishes or objects that could conceal or deliver poison

    Disclaimer: No poisonous substance should be physically incorporated into an A&S entry in any manner. Ignoring this mandate will cause the A&S entry to be rejected from the competition and a request will be made to remove it from site.

    “There’s rosemary, that’s for remembrance.
    Pray you, love, remember. And there is pansies,
    that’s for thoughts. . . .
    There’s fennel for you, and columbines.
    There’s rue for you, and here’s some for me; we
    may call it herb of grace o’Sundays. You must wear
    your rue with a difference. There’s a daisy. I would
    give you some violets, but they withered all when
    my father died. They say he made a good end.”

    Hamlet, act 4, scene 5, lines 199-201; 204-209

    Like many women of her time and place, Ophelia uses the language of flowers in order to communicate her thoughts and feelings. In act 4 scene 5, she distributes flowers to the Claudius, Gertrude and Laertes delivering pointed messages to the recipients.

    It is in the same act and scene that Ophelia’s drowning is relayed to the audience by Gertrude. Gertrude notes that her floating corpse is accompanied by, “…fantastic garlands did she come/ Of crow-flowers, nettles, daisies, and long purples.”

    In keeping with this theme, submit an A&S project related to the study and use of flowers. Entries might include but are certainly not limited to:

    • Dishes containing floral elements
    • Actual flowers or flowering plants
    • Research into how flowers were used or depicted 
    • Calligraphy or painting involving flowers

    Poetry Competition: Shakespeardislag!

    Location: TBD

    Date: February 18

    Time: 9am

    Sponsored by: Master Dunstan LeHeryngmongere (Trust me, I am a bard.)

    Concept: A poetry competition based on the ancient poetry forms of Shakespeardislag*. This is a hybrid form of poetry that is essentially the combination of standard Shakepearean iambic pentameter in rhymed couplets but that also utilizes the Fornyrdislag practices of consonant rhyming (alliteration) and, where possible, kennings.

    For those of you not completely familiar with all the poetical gibberish above, fear not! We welcome all levels of poetical prowess and all you really have to do is scribble down two sentences and call it a poem and you will get at least one point, which will entitle you a chance to win exciting prizes, fame, and glory. All entrants will be given the chance to read their poem (or have their poem read) at the bardic Saturday evening.

    This will be a simple points only competition, with anyone capable of winning, but with each point increasing your chances of winning a prize; similar to a raffle. The entrant(s) with the poem with the most points will also win a prize.

    There is a maximum total of 8 possible points. Points will be scored as follows:

    • 1 point for entering any collection of words that you call a poem.  Any style, any format.
    • 1 point if it even vaguely has anything to do with Vikings or Shakespeare.
    • 1 point if it even vaguely has something to do with Vikings AND Shakespeare.
    • 1 point if it makes a good attempt at Iambic pentameter
    • 1 point if that iambic pentameter is (approximately) in rhymed couplets
    • 1 point if it it also includes attempts alliteration (consonant rhyming), at least 2 consonant rhymes in each line (4 per couplet)
    • 1 point if it makes at least one attempt at a kenning.
    • 1 point if it somehow fits into the themes/characters of Hamlet.

    The Royal Baker Competition

    Details for Atlantia’s Royal Baker Competition can be found here.

    KASF Open Display

    Location: To be held at the History and Learning Centre

    Date: February 18

    Time: 10am – 3pm

    Theme: A preview of entries for KASF 2023

    Concept: The artisans of Atlantia are invited to display their works in progress with whatever documentation they may have. There may be an opportunity to receive feedback from other artisans.

    *Disclaimer: This form never actually existed in period and is entirely made up. This is, of course, in the spirit of maintaining the Society’s levels of anachronism.


    Location: To Be Determined

    Date: February 17 & February 18

    Time: 8pm – ?

    Sponsored by: Dunstan LeHerynmongere

    Concept: Greetings unto all good gentles (oh, what they heck, let’s say hey to the bad ones too!) As all good Vikings know, storytelling and lifting one’s voice to the gods is not just a good thing to do, but a necessary thing.  Otherwise you end up with, well, bored gods, which is almost never good.

    Friday Evening 

    There will be a completely informal bardic circle that will last until people don’t want to be there anymore.  Bring any new material you want to practice or old material you want to share.

    Saturday Evening

    There will be a bardic circle that will last until people don’t want to be there anymore.  Anyone who entered the poetry competition will be given the opportunity to recite their poem or have their poem recited for them.


    Location: Recreation Hall

    Date: February 18

    Time: 8pm – ?

    Sponsored by: Lady Morgan Baese

    Concept: Classic ball setup of three sets of European dances. Also featuring Bard in the Box to provide musical accompaniment. Print guides to the dance steps will be provided.

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