Embers and Ambrosia


Event Contact: Baroness Elspeth nic Grath

Hosted By Device of Blatha An Oir

The Barony of Blatha An Oir (Tacoma-Pierce county, WA )

Event Summary:

Date: April 24 , 2020 until April, 26 2020
Site opens at: 12:00 AM on April 24th 2020
Site closes at: 11:59 PM on April 26th 2020

This is a Level 1 event.

A weekend event with camping focused around A&S classes as well as our A&S, Bardic, and shield of the Barony Championship.

This coming spring, Blatha an Oir again combines three events to bring people together from across the Kingdom in their passions and interests. We are hosting Embers and Ambrosia, Celtic Bardic, and Daffodil Archery at the Swiss Sportsmen’s Club the weekend of April 24-26, 2020. This is a wonderful site to kick off the event camping season with a mix of indoor/covered event space and even areas for younger children to burn off energy when parents or siblings are in classes.

This event includes the following activities and/or services:
Arts & Sciences Activities

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Classes Offered

We are looking for instructors for A&S classes in all genres and invite any who wish to share their knowledge of the Medieval Arts and Sciences to teach a class, no matter where you reside in the known world. This is our Barony’s main learning event of the year; we encourage all to attend whether a beginner looking to begin a new skill, or a master craftsman, and are looking for a wide range of classes to fill those needs.There will be space to set up if you prefer a demonstration lay-out –blacksmiths, weavers, cooks, glass beads, wire-weaving, martial technique, all are welcome! Spaces will be available both indoors and out, with some area set aside for the Baronial A&S and Bardic Championships. It is our hope that we will have classes geared not only for fibers, food, music, and fire, but also for those looking to add to their fighter’s kit, to learn about becoming a junior marshal, or even for hunting, hawking and more.

If you are interested in teaching please email the event steward, at ladymaire_bard@outlook.com

Please include the following:

SCA Name
Modern Name
Email: (for myself and potential students to contact you)
Preferred daytime you want to teach: (Saturday or Sunday)
Name of Class:
Number of Students you feel comfortable teaching at one time:
Description of your class: (Include any fees or materials that your students need to bring, if this is suitable for youth or teens to attend, and so forth)
Items you may need from the event steward:(tables, electricity, water, etc.)


This page was last updated: October 2, 2019
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