Learn this fascinating 11th Century Celtic alphabet in 2021! Seats are limited for this three seminar course, featuring history, folklore, archeological evidence, syntax and usage. Attendees will be able to make their own Ogham casting set in the first class, and will compile a Celtic-inspired artwork with their own Ogham inscription in the third class! […]
Look for Rune workshops this November and December in Enderby & Fort Nelson this year, with a possible addition of Terrace, TBD. These ever-popular four week seminars cover rune history, mythology, syntax, pronunciation, traditional uses, ongoing applications. In addition, each attendee will be able to make their own clay rune set, for their personal use. […]
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At our AGM on July 18th, we had an open forum period where members could suggest their ideal goals for the Recreation Society. Here is the short list- feel free to send in your comments and your own, personal short list to firstname.lastname@example.org Look for our official, SRS agenda for the coming year which will […]
On behalf of the StarkLight Recreation Society, I would like to thank everyone who came to the AGM on July 18th to help us to brainstorm, imagine and develop our curriculum, event listing and goals for the coming year. We had representatives from Northern Lights College, Dawson Creek Farmers’ Market, Faking Sanity, the Child Development […]
Join us for our Annual General Meeting at 7pm July 18th, at the Super 8 Conference Room. At this year’s AGM, we will be determining our class curriculum, large projects, events and festival plans for 2017-18. Artists, craftspeople, history enthusiasts, home-based business crafters, pioneer skills workers and more are welcome to attend. Help us to […]
This beautiful Viking musuem features the largest Viking age building ever found, and offers to it’s patrons the ability to handle and use every object inside for a truly immersive environment. Add to it period-garbed tour guides, and you have exactly the kind of attraction the SRS is bringing to the Peace River region by […]
For the first time in its history, the Met adds native and indigenous art to it’s permanent collections. Beautiful contributions! Until now, any native art at the Met has been segregated into other wings from it’s Euro-centric art. These 91 pieces will be placed with the rest of it’s collection . https://news.artnet.com/art-world/metropolitan-museum-art-add-native-art-american-wing-920312
Old Norse altars re called Horgr. Similar to the inukshuk in Canada, these stacked stones are an immediate method for contacting the Norse pantheon. Here’s a fascinating article on Horgr Hörgr – Altars of Stone
An inspiring combination of education, culture and exercise!