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From the North: Take your best route to US 68 South to Urbana. Turn left at the first traffic light (Dellinger Rd.). Turn right at the dead end (East Lawn Ave.) Take the next road to the left (Children's Home Rd.) The site is on the corner of East Lawn and Children's Home Rd.
From the East: Take your best route to US 29 or US 36 to Urbana. Go four stop lights on Route 29 (or five stop lights on Route 36) to East Lawn Avenue. Go through 3 stop lights and turn right at the next stop sign (Children's Home Rd.) The site is on the corner of East Lawn and Children's Home Rd.
From the West and South: Take your best route to US 68 North to Urbana. Go to the square in the center of town. Go east 2 traffic lights and turn left on East Lawn Avenue. Go through 3 stop lights and turn right at the next stop sign (Children's Home Rd.) The site is on the corner of East Lawn and Children's Home Rd.
This will be a Bardic Feast. Anyone interested in performing at feast, please contact the Eoin Drake the Hall Steward.
Feast limited to 60 people.
For any inquiries or questions please contact the feastocrat, Eric Ottoson. Please contact no later than a month in advance for special dietary needs and food allergies. There are three highchairs available on a first-come basis.
Preregistration for feast should be sent to Eric Ottoson 2400 Green Knoll Dr., Springfield, OH 45502 No later than Jan 5th, 2013. Make checks payable to Marche of Havenholde, SCA Inc.
First Remove: Breads with honey butter and herb butter
Second Remove: Barley w/Chicken stew (thick), Roasted carrots and parsnips
Third Remove: Hungarian Goulash, Rice, Green Beans
Fourth Remove: Apple Strudel
Beverages: Water, Iced Tea, Sekanjabin
A T T E N T I O N:
Let it be known that "THE VALKYRIES" will again be having their exceptioinal baked delights available for sale.
Lady Christiana de Burgh will be hosting a Lunch Tavern. The proceeds from this will go to the fund for the Baronial Camp.
The Site is Discreetly Damp.
Merchants: Merchants are welcome. Vendors will not be charged for space, but must register with the Merchant-o-crat (see below) to guarantee space.
---inkle loom, card and traditional weaving and narrow work
VIKING ARCHERY SUPPLY
---traditional archery and its equipment, new and gently used bows for all ages
NORTH SEA TRADE AND RAID
---jewelry, feast gear needs and treasures from distant shores
A BIT OF EVERYTHING
--- a purveyor of garb and accessories
Overview of Japanese religion by Ulricker
Horn Carving by Bear
Early Rus clothing by Kashka
Crusades by Ulricker
Hand Sewing by Baroness Cathyrn
The Evolution of Architecture in Middle Europe
Bobbin Lace Making by Allegra
Unit Leadership by Sir Boris
Exchequer by Thersea
Beginners Dance by Allegra
Casting by Bear
Combat Archery by Thersea
11:30 to 12:30
2:00 to 3:00
3:00 to 4:00
4:00 to 5:00
To be announced on the day of the event
|SCA Items Table
||This table will be to redistribute SCA items and have a silent auction to raise funds for the Baronial Kids and Chirugeonate programs.
There will be an area for other artisans who are not part of the
competition to display what they are working on.
There will also be a display of former Baronial Artisan Projects
|| All Day
||Run by Master Bruesten
||10 am -12 pm & 2pm - 4pm
||Roped-in Entrance area
||Parental supervision is required.
|Children/Youth Artisan Competition
||See Baronial Artisan Competition
|Baronial Artisan Competition
|| 1 pm - 4 pm
Entrants have the option to stay with their display during this time to answer questions about their entry.
The populace will use silent ballot to select their new artisan.
A Youth Artisan will also be chosen.
|A performance by the Incomparable, Magnificent, Unbelievably Entertaining...
| 4 pm
|| Fellowship Hall
||5 pm (or after I Scandali)
||6 pm (or after Court finishes)
||Led by Lady Allegra Ginevra Soave Da Napoli
Children's Activities: Children's activities will be available in the entrance area, from 10am - 12pm and 2pm - 4pm. Parental supervision is required.
Baronial Artisan Competition:
It's time to help choose our next Baronial Artisan! The following are the guidelines for this year's competition:
*All gentles who consider themselves to be members of our Barony are invited to participate.
*You do not have to hold a SCA membership to participate.
*The competition requires at least a single Arts or Sciences piece or performance but you may display/perform as many items as you feel is appropriate to showcase your skill.
*The piece(s) should be accompanied by minimal documentation (i.e. what it is, when was it used, who used it, and what did they use it for, etc.) though additional documentation is encouraged.
*Set up should be completed by 12 noon. Their Excellencies would like each participant to present their Artisan Competition piece(s) to the populace in turn at the opening of the competition. Performance entries will be presented at this time.
*Entrants will be asked to introduce themselves to the Barony and provide a quick verbal description of their entry.
*Entries will be on display during the day from 1 to 4 pm. Entrants have the option to stay with their display during this time to answer any questions about their entry.
*Selection of the new Baronial Artisan will be a combination of silent ballot by the populace of the Barony and the consideration of the Baron and Baroness.
*The selected Baronial Artisan will be required to provide a goods or service to the Barony during their one year reign and will be expected to share their knowledge with others. The Artisan will be invited to stand with the Baron and Baroness in all Baronial courts
All those who wish to enter must provide their name (modern and SCA, including any correct titles), a means for them to be reached (email, phone, carrier pigeon, etc.), medium of their work, title of piece (if applicable), Chronological era/geographic location to Rebbah (Lady) Amari Qira bat Abraham no later than January 9, 2013.
A Youth Baronial Artisan will also be chosen. Youth who wish to participate will be required to bring their work to display, and to introduce themselves to the Barony. Participants should provide their name and work to Rebbah (Lady) Amari the morning of 12th Night.
Their Excellencies will hold Court, welcoming our new Baronial Artisan and conducting such other business as pleases them. Court will be followed by Feast and Dancing.
Katherine von Aachen (Susan Mason)
221 S. Dugan Rd., Urbana, OH 43078
Email the Autoocrat
Orn Askelson (Mike Klefas) firstname.lastname@example.org
Ragnar of Birka and Leah of Wycombe(mka Eric & Ellen Ottoson)
A&S CLASS COORDINATOR:
Sven of Havenholde (Ian Swanson) email@example.com, 937-879-4857
Mordak (Tim Nalley) firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to seeing you! Check this page again later for any updates and changes.