Groups and Households

Borealis Belly DancingMedieval Dance Troupe

Practice is every Sunday before fighter practice, and usually at the monthly Tavern. The group will perform at various demos and events. Contact Catherine of the Rowan Tree

Black Sheep Guild

A fibre arts guild who get together to spin, weave, dye etc. Contact Alyne of Kendal

Culinary Guild

The Barony of Borealis Culinary Guild is a group dedicated to researching and cooking medieval food. We have a monthly dinner meeting where we get together to discuss feasts and recipes and try out new ideas. We also pool resources for research and meal preparation. One of the main functions of the Culinary Guild is to organize and cook the medieval feasts held in the Barony. These feasts have been recognized as some of the best in An Tir for their authenticity and taste. The guild is open to anyone who wishes to join. All they have to do is contact Coryn of the Woods for information on the next meeting time or contact Jean de Chauliac (Jeffery Payne) to be added to their Facebook page. Contact Coryn of the Wood

Households

A household is a group of people who share something in common. It might be a group of people who like to camp together at events, or share a particular activity or interest. Households generally have no official status in the Kingdom or the Known World, but are well-recognized as existing. A household can be as small as three people or be so large that there are members throughout the Known World. Some households are based around a Peer, Royal Peer, or Peerage couple, and their apprentices, squires, and protégés. You can belong to more than one household at a time (if the members of the households involved don’t mind). You don’t have to belong to any household if you don’t want to. You can register a badge on behalf of the household.