|Guy Taylor from Greenman archery.|
My necklace booth had a steady flow of kids wanting to make a leather necklace. One sister and brother even came back for seconds so they could make them for their dad for Father's Day next Sunday. Most of them were surprised that the stamps were carved from erasers. I took lots of photos but my camera is still in the truck and I just don't have the energy to deal with it right now.
Two of my SCA friends, Dole and his wife Rebecca came to the event and watched Sal's arrow making demo. We all had a blast. The kids in the archery contest got nice certificates. A lot of people stepped in to help. The Pasadena Roving Archers were raising money for Ronald McDonald House in Pasadena. High Tech Archery did a lot of the behind the scenes stuff. Greenman Archery and Ken Villars Custom Bows did demos all day. Aimee and I showed off our leather work and beading. I think everyone learned something and went home with some mementos of a lovely day in Pasadena, CA. And thanks to the tons of volunteers that set up all the targets, safety fencing and netting, and general schlepping of bows, water, tables, etc.
We can't wait for the movie Brave to come out on June 22, 2012.
|Jim works on a longbow.|
|A young girl tries out archery.|
|Sign up booth.|
|Taking a break at the necklace booth.|
|Young archers line up to hear the rules.|
|Row of targets.|