Regularities

This Page Contains Information About Our Regular Activities.  As Always, Watch Our FaceBook Page for the Latest Breaking Information.
 Regular Activities include:
  • Folkmoot - Lowlands, Highlands or Caer De Sundays once a month at Fighter practices, see below and Facebook for schedules. 
  • Archery Practice - Lowlands (Pueblo) Sundays at 9:30 am, Pueblo Reservoir Archery Range (weather permitting) 
  • Fighter Practice - Lowlands (Pueblo) Sundays at 11:00, 17th St. Entrance of Mineral Palace Park; Highlands (Salida) Wednesdays at 5:30, Alpine Park (5th and F).  Changes are posted on the Facebook "Populace of Aarquelle" page.
  • Dancing with the Duchess and A&S - Lowlands  (Pueblo) Wednesdays from 6:00 - 8:30pm, Pueblo West Library. Now includes a fighter practice for both light and heavy weapons!!
  • Coming soon - activities for those in the Trinidad-Walsenburg area of Caer De (aka. Villaleon)
 Please scroll down for more specific information about regular activities, or visit our Populace page on Facebook.

----Folkmoot (Business Meeting)---- 

Generally, Folkmoots are held on the THIRD Sunday of each month, immediately following fighter practice.  All are welcome as we eat, socialize, and discuss Shire business and activities.  It's a great time.  The location varies, so watch our FaceBook page for the latest information.

Look for the Folk Moot link at the bottom of this page for the meeting notes.  

Weekly Activities:


---- Combat Practice; Lowlands----

Current Meeting Time: Sundays at 11:00.  The west side of Mineral Palace Park. We have heavy and light fighters on a typical Sunday. We also have loaner gear for those who wish to try out armored medieval combat. Watch our FaceBook page for the latest scheduling information.  

Mineral Palace Park



----Archery Practice; Lowlands----

Current Meeting Time: Sundays at 10 AM  (weather permitting)  At the Division of Wildlife Archery Range near the south entrance to Lake Pueblo.  Watch our FaceBook page for scheduling information.

Lake Pueblo State Park Archery Range



----Highlands Rapier School----

Held Wednesday nights in Salida, Colorado (the "Aarquelle Highlands"). Outside during the summers, inside during the winters. Practices take a class / school approach in learning techniques, drills and history. All skill levels and drop-ins always welcome.  

Please post on Populace of Aarquelle or contact Piero to confirm practices each week.  

Current Meeting Time:
Wednesday Nights
5:30-6:30 PM (or later)
Alpine Park
On 5th Street, between E and F
Salida, Colorado 81201

Boys and Girls Club



----Dancing With the Duchess; Lowlands----

Beladi classes taught by Duchess Selene of the Sky and Lady Elizabeth Bakere, held on Wednesday evenings at the Pueblo West Library. We also gather here to do A&S projects, talk shop and meet new people!

Wednesday Nights
6:00  to 8:30 PM
@ Pueblo West Library
250 S. Joe Martinez BLVD
Pueblo West, Colorado
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----Third Saturday A&S----
Third Saturday of each month from 9:00 AM until 4:00 PM  
The Pueblo West Library has reserved a room for our use each month
These dates can be used for times when a longer time frame might be needed for projects, or events.
Dates may be changed to accommodate Library Needs and cancelled due to Aarquelle's Needs 
Schedule for 2018

January 20th         Borvanshi, Leatherworking

February 17th        Unna, Viking Era Finnish underdress

March 17th, 10:00 AM      Fiora Della Casa, Framing Scrolls

April 21                    All Day Sewing Fest

May 19th                 TBD

June 16th                Siggy Cheesecakes

July 21st                 Sir Creon, War Drumming

August                     None scheduled

September 15th     Bronwen, Needlelace making

October 20th         Baroness Vivianna, How to run a list

November 17th     Alikina McAndrews, Quill Making

December               No class scheduled.



----Demos----


Performed as needed to teach the rest of the world about us, and what we love to do.  Contact us for more information.


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