Event Main Contact (Event Steward): Ciannait Contuirt Cailin
Date: June 2 , 2017 until June, 4 2017
Site opens at: 12:00 AM on June 2th 2017
Site closes at: 12:00 AM on June 4th 2017
Lions Club Park
13776 Sunshine Coast Hwy (HWY 101)
Madeira Park, BC V0N 2H1
The Shire of Fjordland cordially invites you to join us for a
weekend of testing mettle, and expanding minds as we gather for
another rendition of FJORDLAND RISING
This year, we are not running our Champion Tourneys. Those are
run every two years, and we did all that last year. THIS year
will be all about Play!
We will be holding some TUTR classes, plus prize tournaments in
Heavy, Rapier, Archery and Thrown weapons. And after a fun day of
learning and competing, we will gather and celebrate with an
evening of Bardic!
- Potable water onsite, as well as flushie- and porta-
- Site is wet-friendly. Please use your period containers.
- This is a dog friendly site. As usual, please pick up after
- This is also a kid friendly site, as there is a
- Use of braziers or the existing fire pits on site is totally
OK! No ground fires, though. Depending on fire restrictions, of
course. And please ensure you have your extinguishing devices near
to hand when using open fires (e.g. big bucket of sand or at least
8L water). Safety first!
- Gloriously tall, shady evergreen trees to camp amongst!!
But no RV hookups.
- There are several grocery stores on the way to site (Northbound
from Langdale), but be advised that they close by 9pm.
Site opens 4pm Friday and closes 3pm Sunday
Site fee is $15.00 adults 19+. $10.00 for members. Children 18 and
under are free.
Students and Seniors receive $5 discount with valid photo ID.
Saturday Tourney Schedule
9:00 – 10:00 Rapier inspection
10:00 – 12:00 Rapier tourney
Thrown Weapons field opens, will be open all day
11:30 – 12:30 Heavy inspection
12:30 – 2:30 Heavy tourney
3:00 – 5:00 Thrown Weapons final and
Saturday TUTR Schedule
Getting Your Heraldry On (Silk Painting)
Teacher: Archos Aline de Seez
Time: 10:00am – 1:00pm
Have you ever wanted to have one of those fluttery banners, bravely
flying over your encampment?
But painting silk seems so very scary.
Well in my quest to have people “Get their Heraldry On” I am
offering a simple introduction to painting silk. We will also cover
Students should bring a simple design to paint approx 8″x8″. (Not
too detailed). If you have a device then perhaps bring one element
of it to use. We will be painting a 10″x10″ silk square. (I will be
supplying the pre-framed silk square, dyes and resists for you to
use) If you have watercolor brushes (or finely pointed brushes)
then please bring them.
Intro to Marshalling
Time: 10:00 – 12:00
Requirements to be an SCA Marchall including equipment,
safety, and other various considerations.
To assist individuals in understanding the roles and
responsibilities of Marshals.
To help you understand how to assist others with basic
Although this class is primarily directed towards thrown weapons, I
will address the marshaling of other disciplines should there be an
Japanese Braiding on a Marudai (Kumihimo)
Teacher: John MacAndrew
Time: TBA (please indicate interest as we will be trying to not
conflict with the heavy tourney for this class)
Students will learn how to set up a Marudai for Japanese braiding
and we will cover a number of simple braids.
Students are asked to bring perle cotton or wool for braiding
although some will be available from the instructor.
NOTE: Cost of class does not include bobbin weights. The purchase
price for bobbin weights is $1.50 each. You will need eight.