Viking living history, Oklahoma Viking reenactment, steel combat

  Glomesdal Viking Lethang
The Vikings, North America

Glomesdal is a Viking age reenactment group centered in Oklahoma and Arkansas. We pursue living history and the arts and crafts of the Viking period from 793 to 1066 (Lindisfarne to Hastings). We recreate this era to further our own understanding and appreciation of the challenges. And we seek to educate others in the realities of life in the time period.

Appearances for 2010

Midsummers Day Festival
June 19-20, 2010
Lindsborg, KS
Glomesdal has been invited to set up our Viking compound at the Swedish-themed Midsummers Day Festival. This event is held every year in Lindsborg, Kansas. The festival takes place in Lindsborg's two parks, the Old Mill Museum park and Swennson park. I think our encampment will be near the mill. This should be the 39th consecutive festival for Lindsborg and includes a street dance and live music on Saturday night. Glomesdal is very pleased to be invited.
Midsummer's Festival - Lindsborg, KS <--new web site
Midsummer's day (old website)

Our name has a special meaning to people in Oklahoma and Arkansas. In the Ouachita foothills near Heavener, Oklahoma, there is an ancient monument today known as the Heavener Runestone.

The Glomesdal Lethang was formed in 2003 to give a name to a group of medievalists who have been reenacting together for nearly ten years. We participated in the UK reenactment of the Battle of Hastings in 2000 as the Normani Rubricae. Since then, we have continued to pursue higher and higher standards for our kit and gear.

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