The Barony of Wealdsmere (Spokane, Spokane County, WA)
Date: March 23 , 2002
Site opens at: 12:00 AM on March 23th 2002
Site closes at: 12:00 AM on
Raina Lacouture email@example.com
We of Firekilt, desiring to prove our skills in the Arts and Sciences, do invite all people to try their craft in a competition against our own. Bring your leatherwork, metalwork, jewelry, cider or mead, needlecraft, or other craft to enter!
During the day we will be hosting tournaments for both Rapier and Armored fighters, including scenarios such as “Lords vs. Rogues”, and “Battle the Beast”. For non-fighters, we will have period games available, as well as someone to teach them. Our Pied Piper will be available for parents to enjoy with their children. A basic etiquette class will be taught in the morning for those ambitious enough to arrive early!
Come to participate or just enjoy the Bardic competition while partaking of a specially prepared multi-remove feast. Lastly, finish out the evening at a Masked Ball, where you can dance some period dances that we will be teaching!
Join us on March 23rd as we offer our crafts in competition against all who claim excellence in the Arts & Sciences.
Raina Lacouture (mka: Genevieve Green)
918 W 13th Ave #1, Spokane, WA 99204
(509) 455-5596 PhoenixDragon@prodigy.net
Karen McLucas (mka: Teresa Holland)
4923 N. Altamont, Spokane, WA 99207
$9.50 16+, $6.50 6-15, free for under 6 of course!
This is a discreetly wet site.
Site: Inland Northwest Wildlife Council, 6116 N. Market, Spokane WA 99207. The site will open at 10:00 a.m. and close at Midnight. The feast will be served around 6:00 p.m.
Take your best route to Spokane, from I-90, take exit 282, Trent Ave/Hamilton St. Head north. The site building (it’s pink–very tough to miss) is one block south of Francis Ave, across the street from a large park.
Note from the autocrat: Sorry it’s such short notice, but I had trouble nailing down the site (it’s my first time), but even if you don’t want to enter a project, you are still welcome! We have lots of other activities, and we’d love to see people from all over our great kingdom!
event copy is also posted at www.inlandregion.org/wealdsmere/events/firekilt