Event Contact: Liadain ni Sheanachain
Date: August 3 , 2019
Site opens at: 12:00 AM on August 3th 2019
Site closes at: 11:59 PM on
August 3rd 2019
King County, Washington
The Barony of Wyewood invites you to come compete for the privilege of being a Champion of Wyewood. All competitors will be expected to declare their intentions to compete at opening court (10am) and be willing to swear an oath of fealty or service, if they should be victorious, at closing court (5pm). Competitors are required to be current SCA members, but they do not have to reside in the borders of Wyewood to be a champion. Those interested in competing, but are a champion of a different branch, should contact and confirm with their Excellencies (firstname.lastname@example.org) by August 1st, 2019.
Event Steward: Alarich von Thorn (Peter von Groote), 479-235-0111, email@example.com, No calls after 8:00 pm
Gate fee: $12 for adults (members receive a $5 discount), under 18 is free.
Site location: Associated Energy Systems, S 180th ST, Kent, WA 98032 (Wyewood’s regular archery field.)
Directions: Make your best way to Hwy 167 in Kent. From the North, take the E Valley Rd exit toward S 180th St/SW 41st St/Southwest 43rd Street. Turn left onto E Rainier Ave S/E Valley Rd. Turn right at the next light onto S 180th St. Turn left at the next light, 88th Ave S. Turn right into the parking lot behind Associated Energy Systems.
From the South, take the S 180th St/SW 43rd St exit. Turn left onto SW 43rd St (signs for South 43rd Street/South 180th Street). Continue onto S 180th St. Turn left at 88th Ave S. Turn right into the parking lot behind Associated Energy Systems.
This event includes the following activities and/or services:
Royal Presence - King
Royal Presence - Queen
Has Rapier and/or Cut & Thrust activities
Has Archery activities Has Thrown Weapon activities
Has Arts & Sciences activities
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|*SCA Members will receive a $5 member discount off the cost listed above.|
|9:00 AM||Site Opens|
|10:00 AM||Opening Court/Swearing In of Competitors|
|11:00 AM||Armored Combat, A&S, Thrown Weapons|
|1: 00 PM||Rapier, Archery Rounds Begin|
|4:00 PM||Final Rounds of Archery|
|5:00 PM||Closing Court|
|Site Closes After Court|
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