Guardians Tourney of the Wolves

 

Event Summary:

Date: April 3 , 2010
Site opens at: 12:00 AM on April 3th 2010
Site closes at: 12:00 AM on

Event site:
Chewelah Civic Center
307 E Clay Ave Chewelah, WA 99109

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Greetings fair
Gentles,

Grimwithshire would like to invite you once again to share in
our celebration of the
Feast of the Guardians and Tournament of the
Wolves.

There will be a “Bear Meat” Tourney at
11am. (This is only for anyone that has never won a
Tournament before) with a prize for the winner. Immediately
after the “Bear Meat” Tournament will be the main event
“Tournament of the Wolf” This is a prize Tournament. To enter
you must put something in the prize box. The winner gets the
box and everything in it.


So there’ll be lots of great fighting,
great prizes and great fun.
This is not the Tournament to miss!

Armor inspections at 10:30 a.m. Fighting starts at 11:00 a.m.
Fighting will be outside this year.


We will also be holding our annual Bardic
contest. Competition during feast with the victor determined
by popular acclaim.


Our A&S activities will include a
place setting competition, a scribal area to work on charter
painting (bring ones you are working on!) and an A&S
display for populace choice.

There will be a games area for adults and
an activity area for the children. If you have a period game
please bring it.

Lady Una is sponsoring a silent auction
fundraiser for the American Red Cross Haitian Earthquake
Relief Fund. Donated items will be displayed throughout the
day and bids taken. The bid winners will be announced at
evening Court. If you would like to donate an item or to
make a cash donation to this very worthy cause please contact
Lady Una at (509)684-2557.

Donations so far:

Sir Brand: a Quatrain Poem. Subject
decided by the winner

Lady Emelye: a hand crocheted
beaded snood and matching reticule
bag.

HL Arnora Grimsdottir: a 1547 tomb
rubbing in gold wax on archival
paper. 

 A felted wool Norse belt
pouch.

Book: “Making glass beads” by Cindy
Jenkins
 

Lady Una: 2 pairs of custom made socks
using homespun shetland wool.


Willow /Dragons Den : Handmade Crystal Jewelry set –
Necklace, earrings, bracelet.

All monies collected from the auction go
to the American Red Cross Haitian Earthquake Relief
Fund.

A feast in
honor of

Duke Gunnar Brunwulf and Duchess
Gabriell McBain

  Grimwithshire is providing the main meat
courses for feast (lamb and poultry)
 


Soup & bread luncheon courtesy of House
Ravenoak.

Suggested contributions (by modern last
name):
A-F a vegetable dish

G-L Breads
M-R a starch dish
S-Z a Salad

Not sure what to bring? Check out this
article: http://nicksmustang.itgo.com/potluckSCA.html

For desserts we will be having a contest
for Best Period entry and Populace Choice for Best
Presentation.
Entries will be served after
feast.
 

Please bring sufficient quantity to feed
your party plus 10.

This is a discretely wet site, period
drinking vessels please.


Merchants are welcome with no additional fee. Please contact
the autocrat in advance if you plan to
merchant.

Site fee:

Adults $7.00 (NMS
$3.00)

Youth 11 – 17 $5.00

Children under 10 are
free.

$20.00 Family rate.

Site will open at 10:00 am and close at
10 pm.

Autocrats:

HL Arnora Grimsdottir (509)233-8918
arnoragrimsdottir@msn.com

Lady Una of Grimwith (509)684-2557 (Feast
and Silent Auction)



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