Boar’s Hunt/ All Champions

 

Event Summary

Event Main Contact (Event Steward): Arnóra Jonsdóttir
Date: June 26 , 2015 until June, 28 2015
Site opens at: 12:00 AM on June 26th 2015
Site closes at: 12:00 AM on June 28th 2015

Event site:
Masonic Park Campground
24310 Mountain Loop Hwy Granite Falls, WA 98252



 

It is time, once again, for Aquaterra’s All Champions
competitions.  Heavy Armored Combat, Arts and Sciences,
Rapier, Bardic, Games, Archery, and more!

 

However, in visiting the beautiful grounds on which we hold our
Championships, we have found an abundance of wildlife has taken
hold since last summer. Given the beauty of our Barony, and the
mild winter, who can blame them for claiming the grounds? But, we
will need to do some ‘cleaning’….and so…

 

We need to hold a Hunt! The stags and bears are difficult
enough, but the Boar, that crafty beast, he needs to go….

 

So join us for Boar’s Hunt and All Champions 2015, at the
Masonic Family Park, in Granite Falls WA, June 26-28.

 

Also to be found over the course of this fabulous weekend will
be a Kids’ Scavenger Hunt, a Largesse Dirty Dozen competition, a
multitude of merchants, a silent auction, a potluck Tavern evening,
and more!

 

Gate Information:

 

Friday:
     Gate opens to merchants at noon
     Gate opens to populace at 3 pm and closes at
midnight.
**After Gate close, there will be no entry until Gate opens again
in the morning. No Exceptions**
Saturday:
     Gate opens at 8 am, closes at 6 pm
Site closes Sunday at 5 pm.

 

Site fees:

Weekend: Adult $20 ($5 NMS applies)
     Youth, ages 16 and 17:  $14
     Children 15 and younger free
Day:  Adult $12 ($5 NMS applies)
     Youth, ages 16 and 17: $7
     Children 15 and younger free

 

Minors 17 and younger must be accompanied by a parent or
guardian over 18 with both the Medical Authorization for Minors and
the SCA Minor Event Waiver signed by parent or legal guardian.
Forms available here:  http://legacy.antir.org/Pubs/forms/#waivers

 

**Electricity is available at some camp sites. $10 per day per
site, payable directly to the Masons when they come to unlock the
electrical box

 

For RV Reservations, please contact Baronness Arianne at
moc.reitnorf@sserehcra

Reservations are not available for tent sites.

 

Merchants:  there is no merchant fee for this event;
instead we request a donation to Largesse. If you are in need of
electricity, there will be a separate charge payable directly to
the Masons. If you are brining support staff, please be sure to let
the Merchant Cooridnator know their names and aages. NO RV’s will
be allowed in Merchant’s Row. Merchant Coordinator Lady Sabina
di Zorzi: moc.oohay@izrozidanibas

 

Championship contact-Lady Aenor de Pessac: moc.liamg@cassep.ed.ronea

 

ALL COMPETITIORS FOR CHAMPIONSHIPS MUST BE PRESENT IN COURT THE
DAY OF THEIR COMPETITION TO DECLARE THEIR INTENTION TO VIE FOR THE
CHAMPIONSHIP, AND MUST SUBMIT PROOF OF SCA MEMBERSHIP UPON ENTERING
THE COMPETITION.

 

Event Schedule: SUBJECT TO CHANGE AT ANY TIME BY THE
AUTOCRAT DUE TO TIME AND SPACE CONTSTRAINTS

Saturday:
8:00 am: Gate opens
9 am: Baronial Opening Court. Champions competing this day must
present themselves
IMMEDIATELY AFTER COURT THE FOLLOWING CONTESTS BEGIN:
Baronial Arts and Sciences and Bardic-Peterson Building
Baronial Archery-at Archery Range
Baronial Marksman-Thrown Weapons Range.
Baronial Heavy Armored Combat-Armor inpspection immediately after
court.
Boar’s Hunt Thrown Weapons (if time allows-otherwise moved to
Sunday morning)
10 am: Silent Auction begins in the Inn.
Largesse items to be displayed for voting also in Peterson
building.
Children’s Scavenger Hunt begins
11 am to 1 pm: Culinary Guild Demo-What to Bring to a Potluck
1 pm (or when Heavy is completed): Boar’s Hunt Begins, followed by
Youth Hunt
Baronial Gamesmanship begins (games available for fun all day) near
Archery Range
Baronial Rapier-in the field across from the Archery Range
4 pm: Boar’s Hunt Archery, Shoot
5 pm: Children’s Scavenger hunt and Largesse Competitions end
6 pm: Gate Closes

When all competitions for the day are complete, Evening Court
will commence. Silent Auction Ends, settlement and pickup after
court)
7 pm (or upon end of Evening Court):Potluck Inn will open.
9 pm: Bardic fire circle near Merchant’s Row
12 am: Inn closes

 

Sunday:
8 am: Gate Opens
9 am: Morning court. Champions competing today must present
themselves!
Immediately following morning court; Armor inspection for Cut and
Thrust. As soon as inspections is completed competition will
begin.
YAC Championship will begin when Cut and Thrust is completed.
Doggy Dagger Tourney to follow.
Secondary Boar’s Hunt Archery Shoot and Thrown Weapons competitions
(if time allows)
3 pm: Closing Court
5 pm: Site closes.

 

CHAMPIONSHIPS:

 

ARTS AND
SCIENCES:

 

I am pleased to announce the rules and guidelines for this
year’s Aquaterra A&S Championship which will be held
on Saturday, June 27th.  If interested in becoming the
next baronial A&S Champion, please submit your letter of intent
to compete as Champion to:

 

Your letter should include the following:

  • Your SCA and Modern name
  • A description of what your entries are. (This should include
    the time and place the entries are based on).
  • Contact information, email and phone number is required.
  • Proof of current SCA membership must be provided at or before
    the competition

All competitors must be present in Court the day of their
competition to declare their intention to compete for the
Championship.

 

Kingdom judging forms will be used: 

(http://www.currentmiddleages.org/artsci/resources.htm)

 

 

A&S Championship requires 2 entries:

 

Entry 1:

An item that demonstrates or a research paper that describes a
science from your persona.  (For example, Norse persona might
do a research paper on how longboats are made. The English persona
might do a paper on how long bows are made. Metals – how are they
melted and cast. How are candles made?) 

 

Entry 2:

Any item or research paper of your interest.

 

Full documentation per item is required.
Four (4) printed copies are required for judging.  Here
are a few links to assist you: 

Full
documentation due date: June 1st
.  All
entrants must email their full documentation to the current
A&S Champion (me) by the deadline -June 1st, so we can gather
judges for the appropriate candidates.

 

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Lady Emma
off-list.

 

 

BARDIC
ARTS:

 

This year’s Bardic Championship rules are simple:

 

Two performances with documentation for both and no “filk”.

Performances must be two separate genres, such as; a story and a
song, a song and juggling, magic tricks and poetry…. I hope you
get the idea.

Letters of intent must be sent to the Baron, Baroness and HL
Samira al-Waddi by June 1st.

 

No documentation is required to be presented until the day of
the competition.

 

Bardic will start shortly after opening court on Saturday.

 

If you have questions please feel free to contact HL Samira
al-Waddi privately (moc.oohay@mehtyrydolem).

 

DEFENDER (HEAVY
WEAPONS):

 

This year’s heavy championship will be double elimination, with
finals as best of five. Please present yourself at opening court to
declare your intent.

 

BARONIAL YOUTH
DEFENDER (YAC):

 

The YAC championship format is round-robin, with the finals as
the best of 3. Please present yourself at opening court to declare
your intent.

 

BARONIAL DUALIST
(RAPIER):

 

Each entrant of the rapier championship will begin by facing the
current champion. Then the format will be double-elimination, with
the current champion covering the byes.

 

BARONIAL
ARCHER:

 

(details forthcoming)

 

 

MARKSMANSHIP (THROWN
WEAPONS):

 

This year’s challenge will consist of moving targets, insurance,
skill and concentration. We will have the favorite Norse Board,
standard targets, spear a knight, and added new this year
Darts.

 

 

GAMESMANSHIP:

 

Outdoor game: Traditional Quoits with 3 pound iron circles
pitched at a steel post.

 

Tavern game: Possibly ShoveGroat, but this may change to another
appropriate tavern game.

 

Thinking game: Backgammon

 

Childs game: Knucklebones

 

I am trying to avoid games of pure chance in favor of games that
take at least a little skill

 

 

CUT AND
THRUST:

 

This championship is new to Aquaterra – will you be our
incipient champion?

 

Format is double elimination, with the final as best of three.
Please present yourself at opening court to declare your
intent.

Saturday Night Potluck Inn:
Join us in the large kitchen building for the Potluck Inn t to
thank Their Excellencies for their service, and to
socialize. 
Please bring a dish that will feed at least 10 people, with an
ingredient list.
Limited electric outlets and refrigerator space avaialable, keep
this in mind when planning your meals!
Inn opens when evening court closes, and closes for the night at
Midnight.
Coffee, tea, fruit, and bread will be provided. 
Please bring your feast gear and cup!

Boar’s Hunt 2015 Culinary Guild Demo: What to Bring to a
Potluck

Join us as we make a few simple things to bring to the Saturday
Evening Potluck! Leaarn how to make your own butter and a quick and
easy fresh cheese! 
11 am to 1 pm
Large shelter across from Merchants

Dirty Dozen Largesse Competition Rules:

1.  All entrants must create 12 items based on a theme that
are suitable for largesse:
Examples:
-12 needle books
-12 hats from different (or the same) period (s)
-12 items suitable for a specific time period
-12 children’s toy
-12 PAIRS of socks (12 individual socks would only be 6 pairs)
The items need to be the same, but colors and styles can be
different (such as 12 chain maille necklaces in 12 different weaves
and/or colors).
2.  All entries must be tagged with your name, your branch and
a description of your entry.
3.  Please list what your item is made of: Cloth type such as
wool, polyester fill, etc. Metals for jewelry, such as nickel,
should be listed due to the possibility of allergies.
4.  Items need not be documentable as this is not an Arts and
Sciences competition.
5.  Items should not have heraldry on them.
6.  Please no food, drink, or scented items.
7.  Please take any potential international border crossings
into consideration…seed items and other things can be a concern
at the border.
8.  Items need to be ready to be gifted the day of the
competition.
JUDGING:
The judging will be done by the ‘beads in a cup’ method.  Each
person (including each entrant) is allowed one vote which is done
by putting one bead in the cup in front of the donation entry that
you like the best.
PRIZES!!
The winner of the Dirty Dozen Donation Derby is the person with the
most beads in their entry’s cup.  The winner gets to select
one item from each of the other competitors.  So if there is
12 entries, the winner gets to pick one item from each of the other
11 entries.
There will also be a prize for “Baron and Baroness’ Choice”.
After all the prizes are given out, the donations that are left,
will be given to the Baron and Baroness.

 

In regards to marijuana laws, all SCA participants should follow
modern law, both State and Federal. As it is still illegal under
Federal law, marijuana is prohibited at SCA functions. – Jan 2013
Board Meeting

 

 

 

 



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