Huapahua: A Virtual New World Symposium (2021-05-15) Marinus
The Barony of Marinus invites you to a day of learning and research, celebrating the indigenous and native cultures of the Americas
and their place within the Society. We seek to provide classes that cover the full range of the American pre-colonial experience,
including food and drink, clothing, fiber arts, history, music, language and literature, Society cultural concerns and more.
The Baron and Baroness of Marinus will hold court at noon. A social room will be open for those that wish to meet others interested in
New World topics in a less formal setting.
Instructors and students from any part of the Knowne World may attend with no prior registration needed. All classes will hosted by the
Barony of Marinus through Zoom.
If you are interested in teaching about a New World culture, please visit our website starting February 1st. Class proposals will be
accepted through March 31st.
For the most up-to-date information, including updates on class schedules, please visit www.baronyofmarinus.com/new-world.php
I f you have concerns or questions about the event, please reach out to the autocrat, Ilhuicacihuatl called Yzma, at
|Arts & Sciences:||Look forward to a full day of
classes on all aspects of life in
pre-colonial American cultures!
Food and drink, clothing, fiber
arts, history, music, language
|Site:||Please visit our event website at www.baronyofmarinus.com/new-world.php for information on class schedules and how
to attend. |
Directions: All classes will be hosted by the Barony of Marinus through the Zoom meeting application.
|Autocrat:||Ilhuicacihuatl, called Yzma (Megan Marmottin), Chesapeake, VA 23324, Phone: (832) 7071786, E-mail: email@example.com|
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