Friday, August 21:
12 noon: Site opens
- 2 pm: Site opens to the public
Saturday, August 22:
- 10 am: Armor inspection for Heavy Tournament
- 10:30am: Heavy Defender Championship Tournament
- 1 pm: Archery range open
- 2 pm: Classes (for more information, see below)
- 3 pm: Deadline for Brewing and Vintning Contest entry
- 4:30 pm: Brewing and Vintning Contest judging
- 6:00 pm: Court
- 7:00 pm: Silent Auction closes
Sunday, August 23:
- 10 am: Armor Inspection for Rapier Tournament
- 10:30 am: Rapier Championship Tournament
- 1 pm: Ladies’/Girl’s Sheep Toss
- 1:30 pm: Men’s/Boy’s Braemer Throw
- 2:30 pm: Autocrat Awards
- 5 pm: site closes
merchants this year are: Edward the Smith and Eviless
Stash. We are still accepting merchants.
Site opens at 2pm, Friday, August 21 and closes Sunday,
August 23 at 5pm. Merchants may enter at noon on Friday.
No merchant fee. Donation to prize chest requested.
Contact HL Fionnghuala to sign up
Site Fee: Adults 16-up $10; Youth 7-15 $5; children under
7 free. Bring membership cards. Make checks payable to:
SCA, Inc – Fire Mountain Keep
Be sure your under 18 guests have a waiver and medical
waiver signed by their parents.
Animals brought on site are the owner’s responsibility.
Pets must be leashed; all waste to be cleaned up by
Fires according to site owner’s wishes. Expect fires to
be a minimum of 18 inches off the ground (enclosed) if
allowed. Please bring appropriate fire
Caution: Due to the
extreme dryness this year, there is to be NO open flames, such
as Tiki torches…Thank you ahead of time.
All mundane and kingdom laws STRONGLY in effect. Drugs,
underage drinking and related problems not tolerated.
There is limited water on site.
Drop Spindle Workshop, taught by
Rosamond Winder (Rachel McSweeney)
Supplies fee: $10 (includes a drop spindle and 2 oz. of
You will be supported in your exploration of the ancient
art of spinning. We will start our journey with the
introduction of spinning terminology, then jump into
hands-on practice. In your trek you will learn what the
drafting zone is and how to use it to your advantage, how
to make seamless joins when your yarn breaks or you need
to add more fiber, and have a discussion about what to do
with your yarn afterward, whether you want to make a
plied yarn or keep it a single. We will also discuss how
to set the twist and how to skein it.
Class instructors still needed. If you are interested in
teaching a class, please contact