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Forward Into the Past 27

DateApril 1, 2017
PlaceWilfrid Laurier University
Adult Pre-Reg Price$15.00 whole day
Student/Senior Pre-Reg Price$10.00 whole day
Child Pre-Reg Price$5.00 whole day
Adult Day-Reg Price$20.00 whole day
Student/Senior Day-Reg Price$15.00 whole day
Child Day-Reg Price$10.00 whole day
Site Cost$ 0.00
Speakers Cost$ 150.00
Advertising Cost$ 79.36
Other Costs$ 278.22
Profit$593.42

      

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Interesting Stats
Speakers 32
Cancelled Speakers0
Session Hours 47
Repeat hours 0 (0%)
Unique Hours 47
Canceled Hours0
Approx Attendance63
Number of hours attended / 7 48
Adult hours attended282
Student hours attended47
Child hours attended7
Average attendance per session-hour7.15
Most popular non-keynote sessionViking Submarine Navigation as a possible explanation for the Loch Ness Monster (19)
Groups ParticipatingSociety for Creative Anachronism
Dark Ages Re-creation Company
Independant Scholar
Wilfrid Laurier University
Richard the Third Society
Longship Company
University of Waterloo
D.R.A.G.E.N.

 


 9:0010:3011:3012:301:302:303:304:30
101     Flint and Steel Fire Striking Divorced, Beheaded, Died, Divorced, Beheaded, Survived Food and ambience, translating the medieval feast to the modern table
102Climates of Change: Environmental History as Hands-On Pedagogy Norse Practical Jokes Experiment and Experience Viking Submarine Navigation as a possible explanation for the Loch Ness Monster Symmetry and asymmetry in Viking Age Dress <PS> The Viking Settlement of North America according to Ragnarr Njalsson Blow Me Down - Further Investigations of Human Powered Air Canadian History 1001: The Bloody Norse Arrive!
110 Anatomy of a steam engine through disaster and destruction Behind the Black Sails Naalbinding 101 # Sword Dances Morris Dancing Why Ancient Greece Was Really Kind of Terrible
111 Chainmail for Beginners # 50 Shades of History - a look at non-traditional sexual practices in history Braiding and Cords Diagonal Braiding $# Let's talk food Chainmail - Beyond the Basics #
112 Introduction to Tablet Weaving $# Introduction to Embroidery # Advanced Tablet Weaving Advanced Embroidery
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N1044 The Mongol Art of War Feet firmly in the past - Shoes from the Viking Age 800 - 1050 Beginner's Egg Tempera # Beginner's Egg Tempera (session2) # King or Queen? Who really holds the power? An analysis of medieval chess Lost Wax Demonstration #
N1057 The Shosoin Repository Introduction to Glass Bead Making $# Advanced Glass Bead Making $# First Experiments Kumihimo - The Art of Japanese Cordmaking $# <PS> Beowabbit: new light on an ancient poetic tradition
N1058   Topics on Climate Change     
N1059        


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Class (Full List)Speaker (Full List)TimeAttendence
<PS> Beowabbit: new light on an ancient poetic traditionBruce Blackistone4:302
<PS> The Viking Settlement of North America according to Ragnarr NjalssonNeil Peterson2:3016
50 Shades of History - a look at non-traditional sexual practices in historyBernie Roehl11:303
Advanced EmbroideryLarisa Kallaur-Telford3:3011
Advanced Glass Bead MakingRob Schweitzer12:308
Advanced Tablet WeavingRob Schweitzer2:305
Anatomy of a steam engine through disaster and destructionV.M. Roberts10:306
Beginner's Egg TemperaHeather Burger1:3012
Beginner's Egg Tempera (session2)Heather Burger2:301
Behind the Black SailsJohn Wignall11:3013
Blow Me Down - Further Investigations of Human Powered AirDarrell Markewitz3:3010
Braiding and CordsMelanie Robbins, Jo Duke12:307
Canadian History 1001: The Bloody Norse Arrive!Richard Schweitzer4:3011
Chainmail - Beyond the BasicsJerry Penner3:3010
Chainmail for BeginnersJerry Penner10:3010
Climates of Change: Environmental History as Hands-On PedagogySteven Bednarski, Michelle Serrano-Sandoval9:0041
Diagonal BraidingJo Duke1:306
Divorced, Beheaded, Died, Divorced, Beheaded, SurvivedCatherine Ollerhead DeSantis3:3018
Experiment and ExperienceNeil Peterson11:3011
Feet firmly in the past - Shoes from the Viking Age 800 - 1050Marcus Burnham11:3012
First ExperimentsGrant Ginson, Cassandra Brooks, Tina KacKinnon1:3012
Flint and Steel Fire StrikingMark Patchett2:3014
Food and ambience, translating the medieval feast to the modern tableJanet Lloyd4:308
Introduction to EmbroideryLarisa Kallaur-Telford, Eeva the Restless12:3013
Introduction to Glass Bead MakingRob Schweitzer11:3012
Introduction to Tablet WeavingYvette Foster10:3015
King or Queen? Who really holds the power? An analysis of medieval chessStavros Stavroulias3:304
Kumihimo - The Art of Japanese CordmakingMelanie Robbins2:3014
Let's talk foodJanet Lloyd2:308
Lost Wax DemonstrationCorey Bott4:3010
Morris DancingRoy Underhill2:304
Naalbinding 101Mark Patchett12:302
Norse Practical JokesRichard Schweitzer10:3016
Sword DancesRichard Schweitzer1:3010
Symmetry and asymmetry in Viking Age DressV.M. Roberts1:307
The Mongol Art of WarAlicia McKenzie10:3013
The Shosoin RepositoryMelanie Robbins10:302
Topics on Climate ChangeSonya, Stephen Casta12:301
Viking Submarine Navigation as a possible explanation for the Loch Ness MonsterFred Blonder12:3019
Why Ancient Greece Was Really Kind of TerribleDylan McCorquodale4:309


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