The Roman Way:
We strive to learn
about, experience, and share what we can of the lives of both
civilians and soldiers. With the goal of creating a self-sustaining
network and a community of individuals interested in all aspects
of life in Ancient Rome, the members of The Roman Way participate
in four types of events:
events are what we call "Educational Theater."
We love to share our interests and knowledge about Ancient Rome
with the public, and participate in many local festivals and
exhibitions. We are available to do programs for museums, schools,
homeschool groups, churches, and other community organizations.
See our Outreach Menu to learn
more about what we can offer your group.
and workshops are not public spectacles. Private events
are times for members to learn about and experience what life
was like for a 1st century Roman. These are often workshops
to learn how to recreate an ancient craft, such as pottery or
sandal-making, or an immersive camping trip in full Roman kit.
and potlucks are times for members to relax and reward each
other's efforts for the year. They often consist of meals prepared
using ancient recipes, ancient Roman music, Roman-themed entertainment
for kids and adults, and much appreciation for the efforts of
Please visit the
banquet page for more information.
takes place at 12:00pm on the second Sunday of every month.
This is the best place to introduce yourself to the group, get
to know us, and let your opinions be heard. During the summer
months, we may meet every other month, or use some meeting times
for workshops. Email
us for location, directions, or other questions.