FechtTerra is a longsword tournament in Russia.
This year we have:
– advanced nomination
– basic nomination
– women nomination
– two workshops from leading international experts
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– Hosted by Cambridge HEMA.
– Two days of competition.
Come visit the fort and learn about 18th century Christmas. The fort will be open to the public from 10 am-3 pm. There will be a private dinner for reenactors after the public hours. Admission to this event is free, but donations are gladly accepted.
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Preservation event featuring Anniversary programs at the American Battlefield Trust’s Slaughter Pen Farm site in Fredericksburg. Living history, battle recreation and Sunday Battle walks with Fredericksburg historians. A great way to help preserve the ground and educate people about the struggles that took place on the actual ground we will be marching and camping upon.
Portrayals will include the 16th Maine Infantry and the 28th North Carolina Infantry, which met on Dec. 13, 1862 during the Battle of Fredericksburg. All proceeds from the event will be donated to help pay off the mortgage on the land we will be using.
This event will focus on the arts of the ‘Stage Gladiators’. Instruction in Pugilism, Cudgel (singlestick), Quarterstaff and Backsword. Taught by a selection of instructors, and culminating in a small (optional) competition consisting of all disciplines (The Stage Gladiator quadathlon). I know it’s a way away yet, but I’m holding the date to review interest.
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This Festival of history has become the primary multi-period Easter holiday day out for families, children, re-enactors, historical interpreters and historical enthusiasts from across Europe. The site hosting the festival is a fabulous 12th Century Templar Farm
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