Monthly Archives: March 2014

Next Sunday- Contents of Women’s Reticule/ Re-purposing Costume Jewelry Program by Alana Gillett

Come join us for the March 16th JASNA-Greater Louisville Meeting… Contents of Women’s Reticule/Re-purposing Costume Jewelry– A modern woman and a Regency lady have several things in common, especially the love for accessories! On Sunday, March 16th, at 2 p.m. … Continue reading

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2014 Festival Workshops- Regency Breast Knots with Julie Rockhold

This workshop will include how to make and wear breastknots that are period to the regency era.  We will discuss where breastknots can be worn, how they can be enhanced with ribbons, fresh flowers as well as silk and paper … Continue reading

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2014 Festival Workshops- Paper Marbling with John C. Bielik

Our third workshop offering for the 2014 Jane Austen Festival…Paper Marbling. This workshop is intended to be an introduction to the Turkish style of paper marbling.  This variety of marbling is different from most marbling done in the world today.  … Continue reading

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2014 Festival Workshops- Regency Hairstyles with Heather Fleming

Our second workshop offering for the the 2014 Jane Austen Festival…Regency Hairstyles. We will discuss several of the most popular ladies’ hairstyles from the Regency era, and then break them down into steps so participants can understand how the styles … Continue reading

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2014 Festival Workshops- This one’s for the Gentlemen

Hero, Scoundrel, or Dandy: How to step back into Regency England Would you rather be a hero like Capt. Wentworth, a scoundrel such as John Willoughby, or a dandy with the style of Beau Brummel?  The turbulent late eighteenth and … Continue reading

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2014 Jane Austen Festival Press Release

7th Annual Jane Austen Festival THE LARGEST JANE AUSTEN EVENT IN NORTH AMERICA! July 18, 19 & 20, 2014 Twilight Shopping Friday, July 18, 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. 10 a.m. – 5:00p.m. Saturday & Sunday Admission: Friday only $5, One … Continue reading

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