Greetings Kingdom of Calontir! It is with pleasure that I announce the Middle Eastern Samra to be held on the first Saturday of Lilies war at Sunset on the beach. Taking a page from al-Mahala, Cecelia and I are inviting Musicians and dancers to participate in Period Performances from all Middle Eastern cultures portrayed in the SCA. Please message or email me (December Montecino) email@example.com if you are interested in performing as a musician or as a dancer. We plan on interspersing performances with free dance.
What is a Samra you ask? “’Samra’ in Arabic means a spontaneous celebration of dance and music. Originally the Arabic term ‘Samra’ was used to describe the noises made by the sounds of lively crowds and certain musical instruments, such as in a party or celebration.”
Qadiya Catalina de Arazuri
Join us this Valentine’s for a wonderful day full of heraldry, dancing, and the scribal arts, followed by an evening ball – the perfect way to end this day of romance.
The event will take place in Baldwin Hall during the day, then move across campus for the ball.
Gate opens at 8:00 and will stay open at noon, and our first classes will begin at 9:00.
Site fee is 5.00 for adults and 3.00 for children under 18. 5.00 dollar non-member surcharge.
There will be no inn this year, but light refreshments will be available throughout the day for a suggested donation and a map of local eateries will be provided.
Those wishing to teach should contact the class scheduler Aleidis Trost (Wendi Milhous) at firstname.lastname@example.org, through facebook, or call636-352-5743 after six.
Autocrats- Kateline Lyonette (Allison Comfort) email@example.com, 636-697-4760 (after 5)
Gillian atte Wode (Barbara Mandell) firstname.lastname@example.org, 660-665-6781 (evenings)
For crash space please contact Gillian.
Lady Vashti presented a Period dance from the Khorasan region of Persia. This is her documentation
16th Century Dance From Khorasan Word Document