Sunday, October 29, 2017

A Feast for the Ages - The Middle Ages, That Is...

The Navigators have a lot to celebrate!
We have been on a Great Quest to 
the Medieval Period.

After several months of questioning and
discovery, we now know and understand:
  • the feudal system
  • the daily life
  • knights and chivalry 
  • coats of arms
  • castles
  • literature
  • art and architecture
  • famous people
  • important events
  • and much more!
And so we invite our families and friends to join us for (and bring the food for 😄) a Medieval Feast to celebrate and to share our newly discovered excitement for the Middle Ages.

Getting ready--making costumes and goblets.




Ready!



  The room is decorated:




The food is ready and the table is set:


The guests arrive:

 



 Time for a toast to Queen Wollum and Lady Price:



It's time to eat!


 

 We have a time of merriment. Here are a few of the jokes:

What king of Medieval England was famous because he spent so many nights at the Round Table writing books?
~King Author!

Why were the early days of history called the Dark Ages?
~because there were so many knights!

Who invented King Arthur's round table?
~Sir Cumference!

Where did people in the Middle Ages park their camels?
~in Camelot!

Everyone, young and old alike, added a sentence to make a Quest Story starting with

 "Once upon a time, in a time long, long ago, in a place far, far away, there was a castle....

and ending with "and they all lived happily ever after!"

A fun, festive, merry time was had by all. Thank you families and friends for supporting us, for celebrating us, and for feeding us! 

Sincerely,

Lady Towne and the Knights and Ladies of Seabury!




No comments:

Post a Comment

How I Became a Pirate

Squawk!  The Navigators and the Treasure Seekers went to a treasure of a play, How I Became a Pirate .  It was based on the book ...