Lionsdale Champions

 

Event Steward: Dalla in Fagra

Hosted By Device of Lionsdale
The Shire of Lionsdale (Fraser Valley, BC )

Event Summary:

Date: June 15 , 2019
Site opens at: 9:00 AM on June 15th 2019
Site closes at: 7:00 PM on

Event site:
Albion Fair Grounds
23448 105 Ave Maple Ridge, BC V2W 1G3

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Albion Fairgrounds: 23448 105 Ave, Maple Ridge BC V2W 1G3 Site Fee: Adult non-member $15, member $10; 18 and under Free    

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Event Schedule

Time Activity Location
8:30 Set up
10:00 Opening words
10:15 Archery
10:15-11 YAFA
11:00 Rapier
11:00 Arts and Sciences begins
12:30 Armored Combat
2:00 Combat Archery(Missile Combat)
3:00 Thrown Weapons
4:00 Bardic
After Bardic Closing, Thanks yous and plaques
7:00 Event Closes

Volunteer Information

If you would like to volunteer please reach out to Duchess Dalla or Maestra Alessandra
Thank you!

Classes Offered

There will be classes!!

Buttons 3 ways: Class max of 6, students will learn three styles of buttons: cloth-stuffed buttons, covered disc buttons, and thread-wrapped (passimentery) buttons.

Dancing for all: A few fun and easy dances – English Country, an Almans, and a Bransle. Bring your friends and let’s have a dance!

Vyncent atte Wodegate, OL, has been costuming, shoemaking, and dancing for over ten years. Although he specialized in the late 16th Century, he is interested in all periods and eras. He is also interested in woodworking, cooking, and period table manners and service.

 

Junior Thrown Weapons Marshal Class – Aurelia (Debra MacWilliam)
Duration: 3 hours
Where: Thrown Weapons Range
What to bring: a chair, a pen, your SCA membership card
Class Size Limit: 6 Participants
Class materials will be provided. There will be limited loaner equipment available.
Cost: Your donation will go directly towards thrown weapons equipment for the Shire of Lionsdale.
The class will consist of two parts. The first part is a class setting where we will review marshaling requirements and the An Tir Book of Target (Jan 2017). The second part will be how to set up a range, range safety, basics of throwing and marshaling.
It will be beneficial for participants to prepare for class by reading the An Tir Book of Target ahead of time. Here is the link:
http://antir.sca.org/…/Book%20of%20Target%20%20-%20Jan%2020…

The class length will depend on the number of people in the class as each participant will need to demonstrate ability to run the range.
The class is open to everyone, however you must be 19 or older and hold a valid SCA membership to be warranted as a marshal.
Participants that are successful in demonstrating the required criteria will receive a sign off towards their Jr Thrown Weapons Marshal status.


This page was last updated: June 6, 2019
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