Shire of Ambergard

Iron & Ink IX
June 27-29, 2014
hosted by the
Shire of Ambergard
in Moses Lake, Washington

Continuing the tradition of Iron and Ink we will be offering a diverse selection of classes at this event. The focus is on period items and period methods with documentation to support it. Classes are taught by instructors from across the Kingdom with a high level of skill and knowledge in their craft. Come learn a new skill or increase your knowledge of a craft you are already working on.

If you have a class that you would like to teach, or a class that you would like to see offered, please contact our class steward, Morgaina of the Woodlands.

Modern clothing is acceptable in all classes and for some may be preferable.
Expect some classes to require lab fees to cover costs and come prepared bringing change (small bills).
Class sign-up begins at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday morning.

For supper on Saturday night (June 28), we are going to have a potluck dinner. Please bring a potluck contribution, your feast gear, a chair and, if you have a portable table like a trestle table or a card table, please bring that, too. If you wish to attend the feast, please plan to come to the table dressed in Period Attire.

Site Information:
Name: Naff Farm
3761 Rd F NE
Moses Lake, WA 98837
For directions to get to the site, visit the Kingdom web site.
The site opens Friday at 3:00 p.m.
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Event Steward:
Bronwen Elgars

(mka: Terri Morrisonn)
Phone 509-754-2846 or e-mail

Class Steward:
Dame Morgaina of the Woodlands

(mka: Jeanne Wood)
3408 Hwy 8 East, Moscow, ID 83843
(208) 882-1135 or email

Site Steward: (camping arrangements)
Bacchus of Ambergard

(mka: Buck Naff)
3761 Rd F NE, Moses Lake, WA 98837 (see An Tir Event Information for map)
(509) 765-1698


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