Regalia, sometimes referred to as costume, is created by each Tribesman to reflect his personal style. The boys put a lot of work into creating the pieces of their regalia. In addition, the boys must have certain pieces of their regalia made each year in order to progress through their Mic-O-Say paint stations.
We setup work sessions, typically in the evenings for several hours, to work with the boys to get their regalia created. The schedule for those is typically announced at our Troop meeting but is also on our calendar. The boys must bring their own supplies to work on their regalia but we typically provide the tools necessary. We often open these sessions up to anyone working on Native American regalia, including the district OA members.