Border War

 

Event Summary

Event Main Contact (Event Steward): Janusch Vladescu
Date: September 20 , 2013 until September, 22 2013
Site opens at: 12:00 AM on September 20th 2013
Site closes at: 12:00 AM on September 22th 2013

Event site:
Camp Easton
23516 S. Hwy 97 Harrison, ID 83833



…Border War
September 20, 2013 to September 22, 2013
The Barony of Wealdsmere, Spokane WA.
The time has come again where two armies will clash before the cold
hands of old man winter grips our lands. Once again this event is
held on Camp Easton overlooking Lake Coeur d’ Alene, in
Idaho. The are flushies, showers, and cabins. Fighting will include
Heavy, Rapier, and Y.A.C. Will Wealdsmere be victorious, or will
the unwashed hordes we protect against win the day.


schedule for Border War

Friday:
3:00 P.M. Site Opens

Saturday:

10:00 A.M. Morning Court.
11:00 A.M. Heavy armor inspection, and YAC armor inspection
 war to follow. Y.A.C will take place after the heavy war.
Heraldry Consultation both will be on merchants row on
Saturday. 
11:00 A.M. we will start setting up for A&S, classes, meetings,
and other activities.
11:30 A.M. Culinary Guild Meeting
11:30 A.M. A&S starts, submit your entries
12:30 P.M. period Fishing class, class limited to five People.
tought by Aerngaldra

1:00 p.m. Rapier inspection to
start, war to follow.

2:00 P.M. soap making class
tought by Una

2:00 P.M. Medieval spices class
tought by Ophelia of
Fernglenn

the spices covered will be available for
purchase for five dollars


3:00 P.M. A&S Judging

 book club meeting
4ish,
Sir
Gwain and the Green Knight

5:00 P.M. evening Court
6:00 P.M. prep for Pot Luck Feast begins.
7:00 P.M. Pot luck feast, Bardic competition to be held during
feast.
Dancing after the feast.

Sunday:
2:00 P.M. Site Closes
Times and events subject to change.

A message about the period Fishing class from Aerngaldra

Greetings good
gentles!

Here is some information on the upcoming class I am teaching at
Border War.

We will be making period fishing line from horsehair, as well
as
making hooks and a float, all in a period manner. This class is
free,
and materials are provided. I will *try* to get a few good poles
cut
for people to have, but if you really want one you are Highly
Encouraged to cut your own willow pole and bring it. It should
be
approximately as long as you are tall, and at least the diameter
of
your thumb throughout. Willow is an excellent choice, but any
flexible
sort of a straight-ish and reasonably stout branch will
do.

You do not need a fishing license to attend the class; however, if
you
wish to test your newly-made equipment out, you will need a
one-day
license (whether resident or nonresident) for Saturday. These can
be
purchased at sporting goods stores and some convenience stores,
and
inexpensive, even for non-residents. After the class, I will be
demonstrating use of my own medieval fishing rig, and quiet,
non-fish-scaring observers are welcome. 🙂

The class will likely take about an hour and a half to get
everyone
through making their lines, hooks, and floats. We will also
discuss
some period sources for information on fishing and fishing tackle
if
time allows.

Any questions or concerns, please feel free to send them my way!
🙂

Be well,

Aerngaldra

 

Pot luck Feast

If you would like to attend, please bring the following if your
mundane last name starts with:
A-H please bring an appitizer/side of sorts (bread, soup, salad
ect.)
I-Q Please bring a main dish of sorts (meat, cassarole, dinner pies
ect)
R-Z Please bring dessert (cookies, cakes, sweet pies ect)

Of course what ever you bring will be much appreciated and nosh-ed
on.

After dinner there will be dancing and merryment!!



Site Fee:
Camping Adult:
$12.00          
Day Adult: $6.00
Camping youth 16-10: $8.00    Day youth 16-10:
$4.00
Camping child 9-5:
$6.00         Day Child
9-5: $3.00
$5.00  Surcharge for all adult nonmembers.

Family Cap $30.00, plus
$5.00 Surcharge for each adult
nonmember

Site is Dry, period containers only plaese, and
no alcohol will be allowed on site.

Merchants wanting to sell thier
wares at Border War contact Janusch Vladescu (Robert Dricker)
E-mail: moc.oohay@hsonoj_d_p, phone: 208-661-6379


SCA cabin rentals: $37.50 for the half size cabins and $75.00 for
the full size. There are only ten cabins on site, so reserve yours
now.
 Cabin Rental Contact:  Aelia, E-mail:
moC.liamg@naecoehtfoseyE, Phone: 509-868-2527. This fee is to be paid seperatly from the gate
fees.


Make checks payable to: Barony of Wealdsmere, SCA inc


Site opens 3:00 Friday closes 2:00 P.M. Sunday

Any Questions contact your event
Stewards,
Aelia E-mail: E-mail: moC.liamg@naecoehtfoseyE, Phone: 509-868-2527
and Janusch Vladescu (Robert Dricker) E-mail: moc.oohay@hsonoj_d_p, phone: 208-661-6379




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