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Living historians interpret the daily activities of living in another era. They start by learning the skills of living before the current time period and they are inspired by how their historical interests show up in daily life.
There is a curious and thrilling aspect to living history events that we feel is vital.
We strive for those moments where you can, for a time, feel like you could be there in that other time and place.
Children (and many adults!) learn best through hands-on experience. Churning butter or donning chain maille or even using a quill pen can spark both imagination and curiosity. From there, you can impart a lifetime love of history and learning.
At ALMFF, you will find history wherever you may look. We feature four specific Historical Encampments, listed below.
The Egilsson Society, in conjunction with HERA, is honored to welcome you to our living history encampment, where you can experience life in the late 16th and early 17th century.
Every day brings new challenges as we train live steel fighters in the use of various weapons and battle tactics, while working with Society guildmembers to build a new working village home for our talented fiber artisans, blacksmiths, cooks and other wonderful camp followers.
Come join us for fun and informative demonstrations including live steel fighting, spinning, weaving, blacksmithing and interactive discussions about life in the early modern age.
Vikingr or Dreki Gardr or the Vikings of Dragon Guard is a living history group recreating a band of Rus mercenaries and raiders of the 10th century with the hope of dispelling some of the myths.
We are dedicated to showing the rich and vibrant culture of the Kievan Rus. Featuring authentic cooking, weaving, woodworking, storytelling, games, and more. We believe in a hands on approach to learning.
Join us and experience life in a 10th century viking encampment, and watch as we build an authentic Rus village.
Janet Wright aka Mistress Judith Cook has been doing historic cooking demonstrations for over a decade.
Medieval cooking was both an art, a chore, and a dangerous occupation. Try to imagine no temperature control except your eye and the color of your flame, bent over an open pit while wearing layers of cloth.
Mistress Cook and her kitchen help know the dangers and hardships all too well, yet during Kingdom events provide authentically prepared meals as well as continuously demonstrating their art.
B.O.S.S.--Brethren of the Southern Shores.
The Golden Age of Privateering has come to the Alabama Medieval Fantasy Festival!
Specializing in period garb and camp setups
and of course swordfighting!
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