Arts and Sciences

The diverse arts and sciences of daily living in the Middle Ages

Melee at Roswell 2010

06/25/2010 4:00 pm
06/27/2010 12:00 pm

Join Alderford once again as we meet in Roswell to hone our expertise in all things melee. Enjoy a relaxing weekend of family activities including rapier and armored combat, plenty of archery, classes, and bardic activities well into the evening. Saturday evening join us for a family style cookout. Alderford will provide the grillables, just bring your favorite beverage and a dish to pass.

North Oaken Regional A&S

03/28/2009 9:00 am
The Marche of Alderford presents North Oaken Regional A&S Faire on March 28, 2009, in Canton OH. More information on the event web page: http://alderford.org/events/as-faire2009

Masque of Courtly Love 9.1: A Medieval Science Fair

The Marche of Alderford is pleased to present "Masque of Courtly Love 9.1: A Medieval Science Fair" on February 18, 2006, from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., at Zion Lutheran Church in North Canton, Ohio.

New feature on Alderford.org: Recipes

Alderford's web site now has a section for recipes contributed by our members. THL Francesca de Onorati has kindly started us out with two from the Masque of Courtly Love!

Masque of Courtly Love VIII: Venetian Intrigue

Venetian Intrigue at the Masque!

Proudly Presented by

Marche of Alderford Device The Marche of Alderford Marche of Alderford Device

February 19, 2005
Zion Lutheran Church of North Canton
349 Lindy Lane NW
North Canton, Ohio

9AM to 10PM

Alderfolk Victorious in Baronial Championships

Serjant Einar Blakklar was the victor in last weekend's Brendoken Barional Championship for heavy weapons, and Lord Gabriel de Porte was the victor in rapier combat.

Surely You Jest!, by Gilder the Jester

I being the only member of Alderford that dresses as a fool, was asked to write an article. I say dressed because I am not the only fool, just the one that displays it with his/her clothes. We all know what fools are and do, because in some point in the day each of us is one. The common expressions we use show this. Some "play the fool", and some "get played as a fool". Others just "fool" around, and act "foolishly".

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