That is an event our Canton held in February called "Finchcock's Court - An 
Elizabethan Dinner"  I am so glad it left you with that impression as it was 
the complete point of the event a PERIOD dinner done in a period manner and 
atmosphere, now last minute our event site double booked us and the feast 
ended up being held at our B&B so that is my Victorian Parlour in the 
background as artfully hidden and could be by Magister D'Unstable (known for 
the Bardici Chapel at Pennsic).  It has started a series of events in our 
area - the next is a Roman feast in June.

Thanks for asking :)


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Where did you get, what is the picture at the top of your blog from?

Is that one of your group's feasts? I'm impressed. It is much more period 
looking than most of the SCA feasts I've been to.

Even if it was a one-of-a-kind, staged photograph, it is wonderful.


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