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Excellent!  No problem about timing... that deadline ended up being a 
bust anyway.
Felix, you're the first (and so far only) fighter I've heard from. I'll 
try to drum up more fighter interest at moot tomorrow or -- if necessary 
-- make some actual phone calls!
-- Isadora
On 4/6/2014 11:35 PM, T wrote:
> I believe that we are planning to attend. I will have my armor. Sorry 
> for the late notice, school is getting the better of us.
> Fælinx and Halldora
>
> *From:* Eric & Opal Doerr <mailto:[log in to unmask]>
> *Sent:* ‎Tuesday‎, ‎April‎ ‎1‎, ‎2014 ‎10‎:‎01‎ ‎PM
> *To:* Historical Recreation in Mag Mor <mailto:[log in to unmask]>
>
> Hello, Mag Mor folk!
> CC: Lonely Tower, too
>
> As many of you know, Mag Mor has a demo scheduled for Saturday, April 
> 26th, in Elmwood, NE, from 10 am to 2 pm.  Elmwood is about half an 
> hour east of Lincoln on O S/Hwy 34, and just a bit north on Hwy 1.  I 
> think there is or will be construction on Hwy 34 that may make the 
> trip a few minutes more.
> The town/library/NE Humanities Council has put together a Shakespeare 
> Festival, with actors, singers, jugglers, etc. Their concept is to 
> create a street scene of Shakespeare's time./*
>
> */To coordinate the demo, I need to know who can participate, soplease 
> let me know by/*Thursday evening (Apr 3rd) if you can attend.*//**/So 
> far, at a meeting about a month ago, Natalya, Katerine, Carlos & 
> Isabeau, Ettionete [?] and Owain thought they'd be able to attend, but 
> I'd appreciate confirmation of that since life tends to happen over a 
> month's time! We'd certainly need more people than just those six anyway!
>
> If you can attend, what you can demonstrate?   I've told Carrie Nunez, 
> the contact, that there are some things I'm pretty sure of:
>
>   * Calligraphy of names (Isabeau, Isadora)
>   * Food samples (medieval gingerbrede and Shrewsbury cakes -
>     pre-baked, small samples wrapped, maybe young people could "peddle?"
>   * Weaving (Isadora can bring rigid-heddle loom for people to play
>     on, can someone bring a card-weaving project?)
>   * Combat:  either live steel combat -- if enough steel combatants
>     are available -- or rattan weapon combat (easier to find the
>     people, but it's earlier in time period, so doesn't fit as well
>     with the festival theme) -- maybe both? REALLY depends on who is
>     available!!  We'll also need an emcee, and probably constables.
>   * Hand sewing, embroidery (Katerine?)
>   * Camera Obscura (Natalya, could you bring it?)
>   * We will also be supplying the garb for the photographer....
>     (Ettionete assisting there?) DO WE NEED TO SUPPLEMENT WITH LOANED
>     GEAR FROM THE GROUP? SHIRTS? HATS? ACCESSORIES/GEAR?
>
> Some things that we _probably_ will have:
>
>   * Spinning (making yarn/thread) -- depends on who can attend
>   * "Street bardic" -- a strolling person to sing and/or tell stories
>     to small groups of 2 or 3  -- maybe Ingeborg per discussion at
>     meeting two weeks ago?
>
> And some things that we _may possibly_ have:
>
>   * Hammer Dulcimer player (if Volkmar doesn't go to Melon Wars)
>   * Dancing (if Omaha SCA group _wants_ to help -- although LT aid for
>     JAV on May 17 is a _much_ higher priority!)
>   * Scroll painting -- maybe Carlos?
>   * Hand-knotted carpet-making -- maybe Natalya?  Or, alternatively,
>     whatever Natalya would like to demo!
>
> I told Carrie we can bring a 15 x 20 sunshade (V & I's), any tables 
> that we need (probably V & I's), list ropes (from storage?), and our 
> own chairs/stools and banners.
>
> I've asked about the availability of lunch at the festival or if we 
> need to bring our own.  I will share her reply.
>
> I will also see how early we can set up. How does 8:00 am sound for 
> one sunshade, a list field, tables & demo gear, and maybe a tent to 
> store fighter gear?  We've got to be completely ready by 10 am....
>
> Oh, and for those who can participate, please try to wear later period 
> garb _if_ you have some available.  Shakespeare is definitely late SCA!
>
> -- Isadora