To the citizens of BrokenBridge: It is necessary that we in BrokenBridge meet to discuss and choose a new seneschal for our Canton. There is a candidate who wishes to meet with us. Please inform me which of the two dates listed below better suits your personal needs (please also let me know if neither does or if you cannot attend) for a short meeting to be included in the days/evenings activities. 1 A&S in BrokenBridge 13 March, 7 P.M. at the home of the Vicereine, 658 53rd Street, Brooklyn, New York 11220 2 Brunch with Cadfael 22 March 2 P.M. (same address as above) Either time will include food, drink, and some good company Kindly RSVP AriRo53@aol.com preferred
The Ducks of the Barony of An Dubhaigeann have really enjoyed travelling.
Last year we went to the Far Off Lands of Russia to sample their lifestyle & culture.
Where shall we go this year?!
We are excited to announce this year’s annual Spring Schola and Feast, inspired by a visit to the Sorbonne in the 13th Century.
Learn to cook the “local” cuisine, take classes in various artistic and scientific endeavors.
Our Friendly Neighbors in Lions End had their Schola just four short weeks prior, and many of their classes were PART I.
Come on out to the Ducky Domain for the PART II’s
Class listing below.
There are a few spaces available to hold MORE CLASSES.
Anyone wishing to teach a class please contact the Autocrat below.
BARONIAL CHAMPIONS Eanraig MacEanraig and Lady Saruke thugater Elmanos will be stepping down after a long hard winter, choosing new Bardic and Arts & Sciences Champions.
All are invited and encouraged to participate in these annual competitions that welcome Spring’s beauty back into the lands of our Barony.
More information can be found here
The next Commons meeting is this Friday (January 16th) at office of Congressman Eliot Engel, 3655 Johnson Avenue, Bronx, NY 10463 at 8:00pm.
February Commons will be held on Friday, February 20th – location to be announced.
“Frate Francesco – Friar Francis: signs, words, images is a landmark exhibition in its presentation of numerous 12th and 13th-century documents, papal bulls, and manuscripts in New York, the first time these precious objects will travel outside Italy. The exhibit is a revised version of the one which first appeared at the Camera dei Deputati, Rome, and brings to light numerous artifacts of exceptional historical and artistic value. This presentation heralds the visit of Pope Francis, a devoted Franciscan, to New York in 2015, and its venue at the United Nations is of further significance, as Saint Francis continues to inspire compassion, dialogue, and humility.”
Brooklyn Borough Hall
209 Joralemon Street
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The next dance practice will be on Wed., Sept. 24th at 6:30 PM at Belvedere Castle in Central Park.
Everyone is welcome to join us for practice; no prior dance experience required… Practices are held in street clothes, as many are traveling after work.
We’ll meet in the grassy area of Shakespeare’s garden if it is open. If you follow the "From the West Side" directions (please note that the tree mentioned in the directions shortly after you enter the park is no longer there, so take the path on the right) http://northpass.eastkingdom.org/DancePractice_CentralPark.html the grassy area is the "little clearing" before you reach the castle steps. We are typically near the bench on the left side. Once it gets dark OR if the grass isn’t open we move atop the castle. If you cannot find us, please phone (sometimes there is traffic, sometimes we are on the castle if the grass is soggy, etc.).
To find us atop the castle… If you are coming from the west side, once you climb the steps you can find us congregated by the wall slightly to the left of the little covered alcove in front of you. From the east side once you go up the steps at the back of the castle we’ll be to the left near the wall before the little covered alcove.
If it’s raining we meet under the overhang up top. If severe weather is in the forecast please check your email or call us on dance practice days; we’ll make a decision by 2 PM if we’re going to cancel practice.
Weather permitting weekly Wednesday practices will continue.
For more info or questions, please email
I came home from Barleycorn with a nasty respiratory infection. Since I’ll be medicated for the next 4 days and feel unable to do anything (even breathing is difficult today), I feel that discretion is the better part of valor and so am cancelling my Sunday cooking class. While I will probably not be infectious by then, I will probably still not be fully functional and will definitely not have found my dining room table (my main work surface for such classes) by then.
The “makeup date” is October 5. To all who have said they are coming, please let me know if you can make the new date.
In addition to our normal archery practice next Sunday August 31st, since it is Labor Day weekend, we will be having a BBQ.
I’ll be bringing a small BBQ and the charcoal, so bring something to throw on the grill, or some other food/drink.
I will be bringing a table to in addition to trying to commandeer a picnic bench or two, But expect seating to be limited so bring chairs if you have them.
Also a back up tables or two wouldn’t hurt.
As always we will be in Willowbrook Park in Staten Island.
The Address is 2 Eton Pl. Eton Place is off Richmond Ave. one block south of Victory Blvd.
Once in the park go all the way to the back of the parking lot. The range will be on your left and the picnic area will be on the right.
The park is accessible from public transit via the S44, S59 and S62. Also the X10 from Manhattan.
We will be starting around 1pm. Loaner equipment is available and anyone is welcome to shoot..
We’ll meet in the grassy area of Shakespeare’s garden if it is open. If you follow the “From the West Side” directions (please note that the tree mentioned in the directions shortly after you enter the park is no longer there, so take the path on the right)http://northpass.