When, how, where?

Preliminary schedule

display
workshops
battle 

v. 31 v. 32
Fredag 2/8 Lördag 3/8 Söndag 4/8 Måndag 5/8 Tisdag 6/8
Camp opens for participants 11:00 Owenmaking
15-17 Gambeson
10-12 Naalbinding
11-14 Containers
13-14 Maille
13-15 Belt pouch
13-15:30 Plant dyeing
14 Muster
14-16 Spoon
15-16 Shooe making
16-17 Mounted training 
16-17 Formation fighting practice
9:30- 12 Embroidery x 3
10- 13 Stool
12-14 Sword craft
12 Muster
13-15:30 Embroidery x 3
14-16 Firestarter
16-18:30
Embroidery x 3
16-18 Foot tournament
v.32
Onsdag 7/8 Torsdag 8/8 Fredag 9/8 Lördag 10/8 Sön Mån 11-12/8
9-18 Pilgrimage
10-13 Knitting
13-14 Wednesday Battle
14 Filming for TV
14-17 Rigid heddle
15-17 Scabards
15:30- 17:30
Practice Battle of Mästerby, cheifs
9:30- 11:30 Cords 10-11 Perfect gore
12:30 Bus to Mästerby
14-15 Battle of Mästerby
16 Bus to Visby
9-18 Pilgrimage
10-12 Practice Battle of Wisby
10-14 Stonemolding
10-14 S:t Bridget cap
13-14 Wool spinning
14 Muster
15-16 Arrow making
14- 15 Battle of Wisby Breaking of camp

Mounted training– The Norwegian group Frilansene http://www.frilansene.no will host a workshop in mounted combat for participants with horses.

Muster– All active Battle of Wisby fighters must pass muster. The mustering is held in the camp and consists of an equipment check and basic battle training.

Foot tournament– Tournament with steel weapons, for fully armored men-at-arms and noblemen.

Wednesday battle- Battle in Östergravar, south of the camp, for a large group of cruise tourists who will pay to watch ”a hard and entertaining battle”.

Battle of Mästerby– Reenactment of the Battle of Mästerby 1361. More information under ”Battle of Mästerby”.

Battle practice outside the walls– Rehearsal of the Battle of Wisby. All participants MUST attend.

Battle of Wisby- Reenactment of the Battle of Wisby 1361. More information under ”Battle of Wisby”.

Workshops- During the week, a number of workshops will be held in camp.