The Court of Nobility is meant as a place where anyone can come and join in a wide variety of games, activities and crafts, learn about the history of the medieval/renaissance world, and even put together their own period outfit.
Mondays 9 p.m., Room 343 in Lentz Hall.
What are some of your org's major events and activities?
Every semester, the club hosts a foam sword tournament, accompanied by a great feast. Court of Nobility also hosts the Robin Hood Family Fun Night in the Hedberg Library, as well as the Carnival in the spring. Also, once a semester our members participate in an epic quest, the details of which are secret to those who have not yet participated.
Why should people join this organization?
To learn more about medieval history in a fun and hands-on manner that wouldn’t be found in a regular history class.
Who can join?
Any registered Carthage students, University of Wisconsin: Parkside students, or Kenosha community members.
Neil Scharnick, email@example.com