Event Steward: Dagmar Thorfinrsdottir
Hosted By The Barony of Stromgard (Vancouver, WA)
The Barony of Stromgard (Vancouver, WA)
Date: February 29 , 2020
Site opens at: 11:00 AM on February 29th 2020
Site closes at: 10:00 PM on
Come join us as we celebrate and remember the founding of our Barony!
This day of feasting and revelry will include the Arts and Sciences championship, an armor and fighter/combat workshop, a variety of classes, our silent auction and a children’s bardic competition.
You are also welcome to participate in the largesse “tax paying” processional for Their Excellencies of Stromgard if you desire.
Our feast will include meals from the Viking migration era.
Please feel free to contact the event steward with any questions
Site opens at 10:00 am and closes at 10:00 pm
Camas Community Center
1718 SE 7th Ave
Camas, WA 98607
Take Highway WA-14 East toward Camas, WA. Take Exit 14 towards Union St. At the traffic circle, take the 3rd exit onto SE Union St. Next traffic circle, take the 3rd exit onto SE 8th Ave. Turn right onto Polk St. The parking lot will be on the right and over-flow parking is on the left.
|Children 17 and under||Free|
|*SCA Members will receive a $5 member discount off the cost listed above.|
|*Senior and Student discount of $5.00|
|Youth 12-17||$ 5|
|Children under 12||Free|
Please make checks payable to Barony Of Stromgard, SCA inc.
Paypal will not be available. Cash or check only.
If bringing children to whom you are not parent or guardian, make sure all paperwork needed at gate is completed by parent/guardian prior to event.
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|10:00 AM||Site Opens to Populace|
|11:00 AM||Morning Court- A&S championship starts|
|12:45 PM||Children’s Bardic Presentation||Children’s area|
|2:00 PM||Adult Bardic Competition/ Presentation to populace and B&B|
|3:30 PM||A&S championship over|
|4:00 PM||Evening Court – Largesse ‘Tax’ processional|
|5:30 PM||Feast Begins|
|10:00 PM||Site Closes|
|*All times and activities subject to change|
Greetings from your cooking guild mistress.
The feast for Founding Revel is a of Viking, Rus Viking and Ukrainian dishes with the exception of the ‘salmon patties’. That recipe was gleaned from the internet and several versions tried and tasted unction a pleasant one was achieved.
Many of the foods here are concept ideas since we have no written information on how things were prepared to eat. We do know what they ate, is found from archeological finds.
Men and women of the north enjoyed fresh vegetables and wild greens in the spring and summer. Autumn and winter they ate root vegetables if there were any left along with ripe berries. Oats and Rye were grown in their climate. They also enjoyed fish-lots of fish: smoked, fried, salted, pickled, dried, baked, caviar and so on. Duck, geese and other fowl along with pork and beef were also eaten.
I do not think the dessert cookies are as sweet as our modern tastebuds would like, this is done on purpose to make a more period flavor and expierence.
The menu is vegetarian friendly, however if you have gluten, egg or dairy issues, you will need to provide for yourself those items.
Menu and Ingredient list:
Beef Borscht: beef, olive oil, salt, broth, beets, onion, carrots, parsnips, bay leaf, black pepper, garlic, cabbage. Sour cream and minced parsley for garnish.
Vegetable Stew: same as above without the beef
Mushroom Piroshky: mushrooms, onion, garlic, white wine, vegetable broth, butter, salt and pepper. Crust: sour cream, eggs, butter, salt, white flour
Baked Ham: ham, mustard for baking
Fish stewed in ale: fish, leeks, butter, lime, lager
Buttered Turnips: turnips, butter, salt, kale
Savory Roasted Squash: butternut squash, salt, cumin, pepper, garlic, vegetable oil
Salmon Patties: sunflower seeds, lemon juice, garlic, dill, carrots, celery, onion, seaweed flakes, almond flour, salt
Pumpernickle bread: white flour, rye flour, yeast, water, molasses, sugar, butter and salt
Flat Bread: flour, yeast, sugar, milk, egg, salt, butter
honey butter: butter, honey
Rye Cookies: butter, brown sugar, rye and oat flour, baking powder, salt, xanthan gum, milk
Almond Cookies: butter, confectioners’ sugar, allspice, egg, vanilla, lemon zest, almond flour, toasted almonds
Hazelnut cate with Honey Syrup: Cake-eggs, sugar, vegetable oil, plain yogurt, oat flour, hazelnuts, walnuts, baking powder, cinnamon, zest of orange and lemon, blanched almonds
Syrup- sugar, honey cinnamon, lemon, brandy
Spiced Water: sugar, fresh ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, pepper corn, long pepper
Competitors shall face Three Challenges:
Please Note – Their Excellencies have removed the mandatory fire component requirement from the competition. However competitors still may choose to build/use fire for their projects.
To assist in planning for the Goodie Boxes, please let Her Excellency know that you plan to compete in this championship competition – email@example.com
Children are invited by their Excellencies to:
Children will receive Prizes for performances !!
Gate Assistance Needed – Contact Gate Coordinator – Ælfwynn Fiske (Di Anicker) – Aelffriend@gmail.com
Assistance needed in the Kitchen – Contact Feast Cook – Ceara ingen Chonaill (Carolyn Trontoski) – firstname.lastname@example.org / (949) 702-6182
Help with Set up and Take Down – Contact Event Steward – Dagmar Thorfinrsdottir (Stephanie Warren) – email@example.com / (951) 333-1880
This is the place to:
Tables and a variety of tools will be available so bring your gear. This space is available to all styles of fighters needing to work on armor/weapons
This page was last updated: February 16, 2020
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