Summits Fall Coronet

 

Event Steward: Celeste Thorne

Event Summary:

Date: September 14 , 2012 until September, 16 2012
Site opens at: 12:00 AM on September 14th 2012
Site closes at: 12:00 AM on September 16th 2012

Event site:
Riverbend Park
51 Thompson Blvd Winston, OR 97496

Click here for more information about this location such as site amenities, rules, and restrictions.



Summits Fall Coronet 
Their Alpine Highnesses have been searching high and low for
Heirs. Will You be the next to reign over the Summits?
Please join us in the Shire of Briaroak for a tournament to
determine the next Heirs.
Site opens at 11am on Friday and closes at 4pm on Sunday
Gate fees are as follows
Adults: $15
Youth (12-17) $10
Child (6-11) $5
5 and under Free
Family Cap $40 Immediate family only please.
$5 surcharge applies to all non-member adults
Please make checks payable to “SCA Inc. Shire of
Briaroak”
Site Info:
Name: Riverbend Park
51 Thompson Blvd
Winston, OR 97496
Contact person: HL Celeste Thorne (Julie Melson) 541-863-3937
Message # celestethorne@rocketmail.com

Deputy Autocrat : Lynnet Wayfarer, (mka Linda Zinck) 

We have acquired the field next to our site for archery. It will
be open for Archery whenever anyone wishes to run it!!  

We will NOT be having a feast at this event.

Fires will be determined at a much closer date to the event
(Think the week before)

There is a river next to our site.  At this time of year it
is usually not clean enough to swim in.

There is potable water onsite.

We will be providing a separate trash container for propane
containers, please use it.

There will also be an ash can if fires are allowed.

Our site is next to a recycling center. If you wish to recycle
non-returnable plastic, paper or glass please ask at gate and we
will direct you to the center.

There will be a fundraiser for the Summits General Fund.
 We will be collecting any and all returnable cans, glass and
plastic bottles.  Please look for the blue kydex barrels.

 No vehicles in the camping area after dark Friday until
Sunday morning.

 

 No smoking allowed out of your camp, not within 50 feet of
Eric, Archery Field or ANY Royal Encampments.  Thank You!
 

 

Please bring a wagon, hand cart etc. to move your things.
 Anyone who can share would be appreciated!  

Letters of Intent Information

Due before the consorts teas at the event on Saturday.
 

You will be accepted anytime before then also.

You may send them to Her Highness’ Mailing Address found on the
Summits webpage.

Period for your persona is highly asked for.


— His Highness Prince of Summits Aaron Duncan–


Friday site opens 11
am


Archery field open
noon




Please Note:  All times are
subject to change and at the Royalty’s pleasure


SAT:  


8:30 Combined Peerage
Meeting 


– Laurel Meeting


 – Chivalry
Meeting


 – Pelican
Meeting




10 – 11am – Consort’s
Tea




11:30 am – TAH & Principality
Seneschal Meeting w/ Ministers of the Lists (Branch &
Principality)




NOON – Invocation of the Coronet
Lists




Coronet
Tournament




Court to follow immediatly after
Tournament. 




Time TBA:  TAH &
Principality Officers’ Meeting (approx. 1/2 hour +/- After court,
before Bardic Championship)




Time TBA:  Seneschals’
Meeting (approx. 1 hour +/-) This will follow the Principality
Officers’ Meeting




Time TBA:  BARDIC
Championship – early evening   LOCATION:  Rampant
Squirrel Encampment Bardic Circle




SUNDAY – 




9:00 am – Principality Chatelaine
hosts morning coffee


9:30 am –
Curia/Moot




One Hour after Curia/Moot
ends, 


The first Briaroak Archery
Tournament will begin!









 


No
fires are approved so far. Unless we get a lot of rain before
Friday morning, don’t expect fires 🙁 You can still use charcoal,
propane and white gas.

 

Forwarded from the Summits Yahoo Group

Greetings
unto the Bards and populace of The Summits, Their
Alpine


Highnesses
Aaron and Telisia wish to announce the commencement of
a


Principality
Bardic Competition to determine the *First* Bardic
Champion


for the
Principality of the Summits. The Bardic Championship will
take


place at
September Coronet in the Shire of Briaroak and will be hosted
by


Rampant
Squirrel Encampment. The Bardic Champion is an Officer of
Court


and will have
the same duties and responsibilities as other
officers.


Pertinent
information regarding a Letter of Intent, rules and
submission


information
will follow shortly. Branch Seneschals, please forward
this


missive to
your branch groups. Thank you.


In Service to
Crown and Coronet,


HL VASA
d’Este


Seneschal
Principality of the Summits


Kingdom of An
Tir


http://summits.antir.sca.org/championships.php 


Greetings Summits from Keterlin,

Co-organizer for the Premier of the Summits Bardic
Championship:

Now for the much anticipated details for the Bardic competition to
take
place at September Coronet. Please be sure to familiarize yourself
with
these basics if you plan on participating. We will be getting entry
forms up
on the Principality website as soon as we can.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me
directly.

In Joyous Service,

Cat

General Requirements and Rules for Entry

Requirements

.To enter The Summits’ Bardic Championship, entrants must be 18
years of age
or older, have a current membership in the SCA, Inc., and must
maintain it
during their tenure as Champion.

.Entrants to the Championship must have been a resident of the
Summits for
at least 1 year (12 Months) and remain a resident of The Summits
for the
duration of their term. (This requirement may only be waived with
the prior
and express written consent of The Coronet) Proof of membership
and
residency will be required at the time of the competition and will
be
verified by the Principality Seneschal.

.All entrants must declare, in writing, their intent to enter the
Bardic
Championship. This Letter of Intent must be sent to the Coronet and
current
Summits’ MoAS 90 Days prior to the date of the Championship.*Don’t
Panic SEE
the exceptions for this year in Competition Rules Below

. The Bardic Champion is required to attend the event where
her/his
replacement is chosen, and expected to work with organizers in
developing
the competition for that event.

Rules & Requirements Specific to the Bardic Competition:

. All entries must be within the standard SCA time and cultural
parameters.

. The Bardic Champions competition is open to all accepted forms
of
performing arts.

Examples include but are not limited to:

Song, instrumental music, story-telling poetry, dance,

puppetry and dramatic/comedic presentations.

. Original compositions should be in historical format or style
with
reasonable explanations of adaptations provided, and of historical
or SCA
appropriate context.

. Performance may be subject to time/length restrictions

. Entrants may not serve as judges.

. Any person may enter a piece without the goal of being the
overall Bardic
Champion. Performance of Individual entries may be limited to
time
available.

.The Principality of The Summits does not allow joint Alpine
Scholar or
Bardic Champions.

. In the case of identical scoring for two or more contenders, the
Judges,
current Champion and Minister of Arts & Sciences shall meet
with Their
Highness’ to determine an appropriate method of final selection.
Under no
circumstances will this method be construed as any form of
precedent or
tradition.

. Special Note: For the 2012 premier of the Bardic Championship
ONLY:

Two (2) pieces will be required with a limitation of no more than
three (3).
Only the top two (2) scores will be applied.

. From 2013 forward, it will be required that competitors submit
three (3)
performance pieces for judging with a limitation of no more than
four (4).
Only the top three (3) scores will be applied.

Special Note: For the 2012 premier of the Bardic Championship
ONLY:

A Letter of Intent (LoI) is required and must be submitted to Their
Alpine
Highnesses, The Summits MoAS and Mistress Keterlin 14 days prior to
the
Championship

. From 2013 forward, A Letter of Intent (LoI) is required and must
be
submitted to Their Alpine Highnesses and The Summits MoAS 60 days
prior to
the competition.

. The Bardic Champion Competition will be held on Saturday Evening
at
September Coronet. The preferred environment will be a Bardic
Circle.
Entry performances will be presented before judges, other
competitors and
the audience. Please keep in mind that light may be limited to
available
fire and candle sources (you may provide your own light for music
stands)
and weather conditions will vary. Please prepare accordingly.

. Dancers are responsible for providing their own musical
accompaniment,
live or recorded, and disc players if needed. There will be no
Electricity
available. Again, be prepared.

. Presentation of musical compositions must include a
performance.

. Accompaniment of another performer will not be considered for
judging;
however, the performer may be scored on how well they utilize the
support of
accompaniment.

. Self accompaniment is acceptable and will be scored as part of
the
performance.

. A reasonable attempt at documentation is required for the first
piece.

. A reasonable attempt at documentation is strongly encouraged for
the
second piece and may be verbal.

. Please be prepared to answer questions from the judges regarding
a variety
of aspects. Questions may include but are not limited to such
topics as your
personal inspiration, experience, technical choices, creative
choices,
and/or your plans to support & nurture the bardic arts should
you become the
new Principality bard.

Please remember that these guidelines are a work-in-progress and
that as
this is a premiere championship and the principality’s first
time
coordinating and organizing the bardic competition championship.
Every
attempt will be made to answer your questions promptly and clarify
where
needed. Your understanding, support and participation are
appreciated.

As performers, you should have a significant repertoire at the
ready and
always be working on adding to, adjusting and refining your
performance.
With the relaxed requirements for this initial event, it shouldn’t
be too
difficult or stressful to figure-out what will work. Remember to
always put
“your best foot forward” and go with what you do best.

Judging is based on:

. Performance

. Initial Impression Presentation

. Documentation

. Technical Ability

. Complexity of Piece/Subject

. Source materials

. Authenticity & interpretation/adaptation

Communication is Key:

Communication between all parties will ensure a successful
event.

. All email related to the Competition must be sent to the
following
individuals:

. The Summits MoAS

. Current Alpine or Bardic Champion (as appropriate)

*Special Note: For questions regarding the first Principality of
The Summits
Bardic Competition, Please contact Mistress Keterlin, Dizcat @
q.com.

Please check out the Summits Yahoo Group Page for more
information for the Bardic Championship.



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