Event Steward: James Irvein
Date: February 23 , 2019
Site opens at: 8:00 AM on February 23th 2019
Site closes at: 9:00 PM on
BCMEA Water front Training Centre 11000 Twigg Place Richmond, V6V 2H4
If you’re interested in Doing Things, we will have A&S display space, performance opportunities, and both TUTR and Youth classes.
Everyone else, remember to bring your applause and your enthusiasm, and we look forward to seeing you!
Details coming soon.
Lion Stage is all about artists sharing their work with a receptive and encouraging audience, and this year we are branching out into tangible arts as well as performance arts.
We are looking for artisans who want to share their work, with no documentation necessary and no judging. This is modeled on Athenaeum, which was a fantastic event held in Madrone last summer (and will be again this year).
Artisans will have a table to set up their display for general viewing in the morning. Artisans are encouraged to be at their displays between 1 and 3pm to talk to each other and network with anyone interested in the arts who wants to come and chat.
If you’re interested in having a display, please email LionsGate.Artsnsci@tirrigh.org and tell me:
-What kinds of arts/sciences will you be showing?
-Do you require a wheelchair accessible display area?
Please be aware this is a DRY site.
Not all classrooms are wheelchair accessible, including the A&S presentation/discussion space; if you would like to present and this is an issue for you, please mention it when signing up and we will do our best to work something out.
Unfortunately, there is no close bus stop. We invite folks to use the Facebook page to arrange carpooling.
This event includes the following activities and/or services:
Heraldic Consultation available
Youth & Family Activities
Arts & Sciences Activities
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|Children and Youth||Free|
|*SCA Members will receive a $5 member discount off the cost listed above.|
|8 am||Setup – Event team and A&S presenters|
|9 am||Gate Opens|
|9:45 am||Opening Words|
10am – noon
Performances & Feedback
12pm – 1pm
|1 pm – 3 pm||A&S Discussions
Performances & Feedback
|2pm – 3pm||Discussion: Intro to the Sergeantry|
|3:30 pm||Closing Words|
|4 pm||Setup for dinner|
|5 pm||Dinner and socializing|
|8 pm||Everyone off site|
A la Carte:
For those who wish to stay for dinner, please bring your own food but we will have the usual toasts, and time for socializing. Unfortunately, there is no kitchen on site.
|10 am – 2 pm
(with lunch break)
|TUTR: Drafting a supportive cotehardie||$10 class fee. This is a hands on class.
The classroom is not wheelchair/walker accessible.
|10am – noon||TUTR: How to create a display for A&S Contests|
|11am – noon||YAFA: Heraldy||Students under 12 must be accompanied by a parent or responsible adult|
|1pm – 2 pm||TUTR: Intro to Period Instruments|
|1pm – 2 pm||TUTR: Astrology: The rise and fall of a science|
|2pm – 3 pm||YAFA: Peformance||Students under 12 must be accompanied by a parent or responsible adult|
|2pm – 3 pm||TUTR: Beginning Recorder||Not confirmed yet|
All classes are free unless noted
This page was last updated: February 5, 2019
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