King Arthur did exist, but he was a general

I came across this very interesting article that speaks of the existence of King Arthur and Queen Guinevere: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/king-arthur-legendary-figure-was-real-and-lived-most-of-his-life-in-strathclyde-academic-claims-10483364.html King Arthur: Legendary figure was real and lived most of his life in Strathclyde, academic claims Exclusive: Dr Andrew Breeze says … Continue reading

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Our Spring Exploits!

We made many journeys as of late, to the Orono, where we presented brass rubbings for the Society of Creative Anachronism at one of their events,  Port Perry for the Once Upon a Time: Medieval Exhibit with Scugog Shores Museum and the Forward into the … Continue reading

Once Upon a Time at Scugog Shores Museum, Port Perry

We met many wonderful people young and old, and everything in between, at the Scugog Shores Heritage Centre and Archives who hosted the Medieval Madness celebration. The Once Upon A Time display is continuing until May 23, 2014. We will … Continue reading

Come Ye Come Ye to the Once Upon A Time Medieval Exhibit in Port Perry

We are very thrilled to announce that we will be be participating in a Medieval Exhibit, “Once Upon a Time…” with the Scugog Shores Heritage Centre and Archives in Port Perry. This wonderful museum is located on: 1655 Reach Street, … Continue reading

Snails are dangerous …

If you look at drawings or writings from medieval times you will find images of medieval knights fighting off snails……. Check this link out…for more exciting details….http://blogs.smithsonianmag.com/smartnews/2013/10/why-were-medieval-knights-always-fighting-snails/

Royal Medieval Faire 2013

We were part of the Royal Medieval Faire once more, on September 21, 2013. It  was an amazing event with jousting, food, wares and special events. Viking history was the theme this year. Although the rain dampened things in the morning, the sun … Continue reading

Merry Adventures with the Seniors

During Seniors Week at the Oshawa Shopping Centre, we demonstrated brass rubbings and presented a workshop at the John Street branch  and made another presentation at the Northview branch to end the month. It was enjoyed by all!

New curriculum developments…

We also have some special announcements of our own. We are developing a new program addressing the new Social Studies Curriculum. We will keep you posted as the new classes are put in place!

The Celts have arrived!

We have received a new set of brass replicas in the Celtic tradition! Various crosses and circles featuring woven interlacing. They are historically accurate replicas of various crosses from numerous churches. St. Andrew, Lindisfarne, Mull, and Sterling, are just a … Continue reading