The Guilds of Dragon's Laire

Dragon's Laire has several active guilds. Some of these guilds are part of a Kingdom-wide guild, others are local to Dragon's Laire only. Our guilds offer a lot of fun and interesting activities and are a great source of learning. If you have an idea for a guild in Dragon's Laire, by all means, explore it with the Seneschal and interested members of the populace!

Guild Ministers!

Submit your reports to the Barony via the report submissions page on this website. Your report will then be emailed to the Seneschal and the Webminister and Chronicler automatically. Thank you!

Costumers' Guild

The guild is open to anyone interested in garb, sewing skill is not required!

Guild Minister

The Costumers' Guild minister is Lady Jess of the Roving Irishmen. Her time as guild mistress is about done, and she is looking for a replacement. If you are interested, contact her!

Meetings

Contact the Guild Minister for more information.

Culinary and Spiritmakers' Guild(s)

The Culinary Guild and the Spiritmakers Guild share meeting times and locations. The topic of each meeting varies depending upon which guild is taking the lead for the meeting.

Guild Ministers

Culinary: THL Rycheza z Polska

Spiritmakers: THL Matuesz z Plocka

Meetings

The Guild meets monthly at various locations on the second Wednesday of the month. Email one of the Guild ministers,THL Rycheza z Polska or THL Matuesz z Plocka for more information.

Links and Email Lists of Interest

The Guild has an email list: Subscribe - DLCulinaryGuild-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

Kingdom of An Tir Culinary List
The Kingdom has a new culinary list which is also quite informative. To subscribe: Antir_culinary-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

THL Rycheza z Polska's Receipt Book
Here's a link to THL Rycheza's excellent webpage on period cooking. If you don't know where to start, start there!

The Guild has a FB page
Go to Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/Dragons-Laire-Culinary-Guild-1581050258889308 and like the page!

Textile Guild

Our focus is on medieval textile production, knowledge and skills including (but not limited to) fiber production and processing, spinning, dyeing, weaving, knitting, felting, knotting, nalbinding, braiding/plaiting, and lace-making. The Guild will meet quarterly and sponsor one class or workshop per year. Both meetings and the workshop will be open to anyone interested in the textile arts.

Guild Minister

The Textile Guild minister is Dame Madrun y Gwehyddes .

Meetings

The Guild meets monthly. Contact the Guild Minister for more information.