LORE

Loyal Order of Re-enactment Enthusiasts (LORE) Program

The Loyal Order of Re-enactment Enthusiasts (LORE) is organized around an education goal. The purpose of the organization is to provide the means for history enthusiasts, educators and students to develop or expand their skills and background in various aspects of history.

The Goal of LOREChild at the Renaissance Festival

To educate the general public in the history, legends, arts, inventions and skills of the peoples and cultures from ancient times by holding workshops. LORE encourages reading and creative projects in history through outreach programs to libraries, schools and other venues.

LORE Education Weekends

LORE hosts “LORE Education Weekends” which provide an opportunity for re-enactors and the public to work with other knowledgeable re-enactors and professionals in an instructional setting. These weekends include: Knights of the Fabled Reader, Great Minds Project, and Immersion Weekends.

Knights of the Fabled Reader - Elementary Students

LORE will encourage students to read and learn history through our “Knights of the Fabled Reader” and “Great Minds Project” programs.

Elementary students will be required to read 5 books and have an Authorized Initial signed on a form listing the books read and a short book report on one of the books. Students are rewarded with a free ticket for themselves and one adult to Koroneburg Festival. They will be knighted at the Koroneburg Festival and given one Historical bookmark, a pin, and a certificate of recognition for their accomplishment.

As part of this program, dedicated re-enactors from LORE can present historical events bringing history to life at schools, libraries or other venues.

For more information or to download application forms, visit our page: Knights of the Fabled Reader

Great Minds Project - Middle School Students

LORE furthers the education in science and math for middle school students through the Great Minds Project. This program encourages them to create a project that reflects the innovations of the Renaissance period and providing a day or weekend at the Koroneburg Festival to present and talk about their project. Students are rewarded with a free ticket for themselves and one adult to Koroneburg Festival. They will receive a certificate of recognition for their accomplishments.

As part of this program, dedicated re-enactors from LORE can visit schools and libraries to bring history to life.

For more information or to download application forms, visit our page: Great Minds Project

LORE Immersion Weekend attendees learning how to create felt.

Renaissance Immersion Weekend

The purpose of the LORE Renaissance Immersion Weekend is to further the educational purpose of LORE by providing useful and interesting classes on the culture and everyday life of people in the European Renaissance. The secondary purpose of this event is to prepare newer re-enactors on what they need to know to participate in the Koroneburg Renaissance Festival, and provide continuing education for experienced re-enactors who would like to learn more.

Our next Immersion Weekend is March 3rd and 4th! Please let us know what classes you'd like to see offered in our survey.

For more information or to download application forms, visit our page: LORE Immersion Weekend

LORE will forever grow and evolve. New programs will be added and existing programs modified as needed.

- Contact Information -

LORE Director - David Pulcifer
info@renfestcorona.com

Education Director - Lois Tunnel
educationlore@aol.com