Date: December 7 , 2013
Site opens at: 12:00 AM on December 7th 2013
Site closes at: 12:00 AM
9401 163rd Ave NE
Granite Falls, WA 98252
Site will open at 12pm and close by11pm
Feastocrat: Baroness Fiamma the Unquenchable
Class Steward: Elewys of Finehingefeld
Entertainment Steward: Baron Styrr Olafsson
A&S: HL Samira al-Waddi
Fee: $20 Feast by reservation only For Reservations contact Lady
Leonor de Salamanca firstname.lastname@example.org
$10 Youth feast
$6 Youth non-Feast
$5 NMS applies only to adult
nonmembers Make checks
payable to SCA Inc, Barony of Aquaterra I have set the deadline for receiving
payments to confirm reservations as November 22nd for the sake of
our feast steward, the talented Baroness Fiamma.
I thank you for your
understanding! Please remember to mail in your check (payable to
“SCA, Inc Barony of Aquaterra”) to confirm your reservations
to: SCABarony of
Aquaterra, Box 359 Attn:
Good Yule 10121 Evergreen
Way #25 Everett, WA
98204 I will send you a
confirmation email once we have received your payment.
If you have any questions,
please don’t hesitate to let me know and I will do everything I can
to get you the information you need. Yule is recorded as early as the 4th century
by the Germanic Tribes. It is traditionally a celebration of the
Winter Solstice. This is a time of celebrating the end of the long,
dark and cold night and the beginning of longer days, the coming of
the sun. In the 13th
century chieftains in Iceland held large feasts at Yule that lasted
several days and included dancing, games, sports, and other
For most of our time periods,
the dark of the year was a time to tell stories around the fire.
This competition is keeping in spirit with that time. This is a two
part challenge. Part 1.
Create a doll of an actual person within the SCA. You must create
the entire doll as well as its clothing and any accessories.
Part 2. You must write out a
story about that doll/person. It can be a true story, a war story,
a made up story… entertain us for goodness sakes!!
You can compete in this
contest on your own or with friends. The dolls and stories will be
set up in display and winner will be by populace vote. Entertain
Entertainment provided by the Bards of Key
Point, along with some of our own Aquaterians.
Feast: 14th Century German
Beef stew with shallots
Roast Chicken with Quince and Pear
Carrots in almond milk
Cheese, Fruit and
There will also be a vegetarian
Menu subject to change according
to availability of ingredients and cooks
Site opens to set up crew at 3pm –
Set up from
Site opens to populace at
games from noon to
Noon to 2 pm: satchel making Noon – 2 PM taught by Myrun
Bjarnardottir Make one of the famous An Tir Satchels!
Students will need to bring a sewing machine, scissors, tape
measure, ½ – 2/3 yard each of wool and lining fabric.
will need to have intermediate sewing skills and a good knowledge
of their sewing machine.
Noon – 2 PM Moorish Beauty
Products taught by Samira al-Waddi Learn about homemade
preparations used for hair
and skin in the Middle East.
Students will have an opportunity to try a few and will get recipes
to make it at
2 PM – 4 PM Sewing Limp
Parchment Books taught by Elewys of Finchingefeld Make some easy
booklets using just paper and string. Easy and quick
soft cover booklets are great
for note taking or other uses at
Site closes at
Finishing take down and
cleaning site closed and turned back over at
All scheduling subject