The Barony of Dragon’s Laire (Kitsap & N Mason counties, WA)
Event Main Contact (Event Steward): Adelheide Leeawin
Date: February 26 , 2011
Site opens at: 12:00 AM on February 26th 2011
Site closes at: 12:00 AM
Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie 2338
4011 Jackson Ave
Port Orchard, WA 98366
Candlemas and Arts & Sciences Championship
Barony of Dragon’s Laire
February 26, 2010
Autocrat: Lady Adelheide Leeuwin (Heidi Schulmeyer)
3149 Bingo Lane SE
Port Orchard, WA. 98366
(360) 602-0929 moc.evil@ldfoidieh
Greetings to the Populace of An Tir,
The Barony of Dragon’s Laire would like to invite the populace of An Tir
to our Arts & Sciences Championship and, to celebrate our new Arts &
Sciences champion, a Candlemas feast!
The Baronial Arts and Sciences Championship Competition will take place
during the day prior to the Candlemas Feast. Letters of intent are due to
Their Excellencies of Dragon’s Laire (Baron Arontius and Baroness
Laurellen) and the Minister of Arts & Sciences (Lady Madrun) by January
Their Excellencies can be contacted via their Baronial email address at
gro.erialsnogard@stenoroc and Lady Madrun y Gwehyddes can be reached via email at ten.supmylo@aredlac.
For additional Arts & Sciences Championship information, please contactLady Madrun.
Site fee: $10 Adult; $5 Children 17 and under; (NMS for Adult $5)
Please make checks payable to Dragon’s Laire, SCA Inc
Site opens: 9:00AM (Open to A&S competitors at 8:00AM)
9:30 am: Opening Court: competitors and inspiration required to attend
10 am: Norse Shoes: Pernell
11am: Sesame candy: Nidda
1 pm: girdle purse: Pernell
2 pm: Puppet Production of “The Fox and the Crow”: Nidda
3:30 pm: Discussion and demonstration of the A&S championship rules for 2012
5 -6 pm: Evening court: competitors and inspirations required to attend
Site closes: 9:00PM
Feast fee will be $8 and pre-reg only
Feast fee will pay for the beast and individuals are asked to provide your table’s side dishes. Meats to choose from are roast beef, deep fried turkey, and ham. When you pre-reg with Jesse of The Roving Irishmen, please indicate which meat you like to have.
To pre-reg please email Jesse at moc.oohay@523_lrig_sdahC
Announcing!!! Candlemas contests are as follows:
Dragon’s Laire Scribal Guild apprentice level challenge!
HL Anne Brynley, DL Scribal Guildhead, presents to all members of the Dragon’s Laire Scribal Guild:
We will be holding the apprentice level painting/illumination challenge at Candlemas. The criteria is quite simple for completing this challenge: 1) Agree to provide own tools and materials; 2) Describe what is parchment; 3) Name three different methods of applying gold to parchment or paper.; 4) Paint a small design using gouache paint (approx. 4″ x 4″) describing what colors were used and why.; 5) Describe the tools needed for completing an illuminated manuscript.
Please bring your painted design and place it on the display table. The design can be of anything but must be painted using gouache paint and must be on paper or parchment. Sometime during the day you will be asked the challenge questions by a Scribal judge. Upon completion, you will receive your guild apprentice bead.
For those not interested in doing the challenge, you are still encouraged to bring a painted design of your choice for display upon the table.
Flames Art Contest hosted by THL Rycheza z Polska Dragon’s Laire
Artwork should be your own original work, but may have been published in
another publication. All mediums accepted, however, it must be
re-producable in a two dimensional Black and White representation for
use in The Flames. So what does that mean? A nice pen and ink drawing
or one in charcoal or simple pencil or a painting in black and white
would be ideal. Color in the work is acceptable but if someone took a
black and white photo, would nuances be lost? A carving, metalwork or
other three dimensional works would need to be photographed. (We just
haven’t got the holograph working properly yet.) Photography featuring
human subjects will require signed model releases, see the Chronicler
for more info and forms.
Subject matter should either have a medieval theme, such as dragons,
castles, etc. or an SCA theme, such as making garb or demos. Art may
also be purely decorative such as Celtic Knotwork. Art intended for the
cover should be at least 5 inches by 5 inches, incidental art may be
The editor of The Flames reserves the right to adjust the representation
of the piece to fit within the newsletter. This would primarily take the
form of shrinking or enlarging the piece to fit available space.