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Homeschoolers revel in Medieval costumes and customs at their recent Medieval Feast, held at the Academy Days Homeschool Co-op in Millbrook.

medievalcourt17King of the Feast Cecil Coon of Montgomery and Queen Hannah Collins of Prattville raise their glasses with their noble ladies and knights, Gabriella Newell of Montgomery, Kenna Shields of Prattville, Gianna Russo of Wetumpka, Chase Turner of Montgomery, Ryder Collins of Prattville, and Clayton Chastain of Montgomery.
During the feast, all the homeschoolers and their parents sampled a buffet of roasted chicken, marinated beef, and various tarts and custards, served Medieval style – without forks! As they enjoyed their meal, they learned about Medieval customs and watched sword fights and other period demonstrations by skilled members of the Shire of Thorngill, the local chapter of the Society for Creative Anachronism. 

The Academy Days Co-op, held weekly during the school year at Coosada Baptist Church, is designed for preschool through high school students to learn subjects difficult to teach at home or best taught in group settings. Visit AcademyDays.com for more information.