Grand TUTR and Fall Ball


Hosted by Device of Seagirt

The Barony of Seagirt (Victoria, BC )

Event Summary

Event Main Contact (Event Steward): Isabella da Firenze
Date: October 26 , 2018 until October, 28 2018
Site opens at: 12:00 AM on October 26th 2018
Site closes at: 12:00 AM on October 28th 2018

Event site:
University of Victoria
3800 Finnerty Rd Victoria, BC V8P 5C2

At harvest’s end, when the cold rains come

when the Day of the Dead approaches:

woodsmoke rises, red leaves fall

and sunlight the autumn poaches:

In wild Tir Righ where the storm winds call

On Seagirt’s illustrious shores,

Where the halls and the woods of legend stand,

through St. Giles’ open doors:

Do the sages and heroes of the Known Worlde meet,

gathered at great roundtables,

to share their knowledge and enrich their minds…and

With the study and practice of sciences and arts

many and diverse:

Fibre and textiles, performance and dance,

scribal, and combat, and discourses varied and

Hence do we call all scholars, great and small, young and

those first seeking the spice of knowledge, and those seasoned with

and all manner between…

to the Island TUTR and Fall Ball in Seagirt, on the weekend of
October 26-28.

That’s right! Seagirt is hosting an extensive educational event
this coming October.

We will be welcoming teachers from all over An Tir, who bring with
them years of experience in a range of classes, including (but not
limited to): marshal activities, scribal, dance, fiber and
textiles, the University of Tir Righ NOVUS track, and a variety of
discourses and lectures.

On Friday evening we will be hosting a meet and greet casual
evening like you would find at an academic

Saturday and Sunday will include classes for as long as we can host

Saturday evening will end with a grand ball and dances that you can
learn during the day.

If you are interested in teaching or otherwise volunteering at this
event, please feel free to contact me (Isabella da Firenze, aka Jen
Peters) either on Facebook (Facbeook event here), or over email at moc.liamg@eznerifadallebasi.
There are some restrictions as to facilities, but lecture halls
with projectors/electricity are plentiful.


There are a few different options for hotels at this event, should
you be coming in from out of town.

1) Air BnB – There aren’t many mainstream hotels near the site
itself, but there are plenty of Air BnB’s within the immediate
area. Just go to and search for 3800 Finnerty Road
(UVic’s address) to find something within your price range. Works
great if you team up with others to share the cost and you likely
can get more space than a hotel room.

2) Accent Inn – We’ve secured a block of rooms at the Accent Inn in
Victoria. They are $99 a night, plus tax, and include continental
breakfast. For individual reservations, call 1-800-663-0298 or
hotel direct 1-250-475-7500 and quote GROUP ID 5554681 “the Barony
of Seagirt.” All reservations MUST be made prior to the release
date of October 5.

3) Craigdarroch Guest House – Since it’s the middle of the school
year, UVic doesn’t have dorm rooms available, but they do have a
very limited selection of guest rooms for $122 a night, plus tax,
call or email for questions/reservations:
Telephone: 250-721-8395 
Email: ac.civu@sgnikoob

There are also additional hotels in the Victoria area, but we have
not secured any other blocks of rooms at this time.

Site fee is $25 with a $5 discount for members, students, and


6:30 PM – Gate Opens
7:00 PM – 10:30 PM – Bardic Moot/Social

8:00 AM – Gate Opens
8:30 AM – Keynote Address by Duke Styrkarr
9:30 AM – 12:30 PM – Morning Classes
12:30 PM – 1:30 PM – Lunch
1:30 PM – 5:30 PM – Afternoon Classes
5:30 PM – 6:30 PM – Dinner
6:30 PM – 8:00 PM – Court
8:00 PM – 10:30 PM – Fall Ball

8:00 AM – Gate Opens
8:30 AM – 12:30 PM – Classes


Yes, you read correctly, there is going to be a KEYNOTE ADDRESS by His Grace Duke Styrkarr on Saturday morning. The topic is Scholarship in the SCA. More on this soon.

Also on Friday night we are featuring the BARDS! If you’re not a bard, no worries, feel free to hang out, listen, or go and chat in the other rooms. More information available soon.



We’re working on there being options available for lunch at the event, as there is very little available on campus. More on this soon, I hope (I WELCOME IDEAS/OFFERS OF ASSISTANCE)

Dinner on Saturday night will be a potluck! There are outlets aplenty for plugging in crockpots for the day, but no refrigeration on site.



Pre-registration will be available SOON! Until then, please enjoy this list of the classes that will be available. The times are also listed and not subject to change (except in some circumstances – teachers, if there’s a problem with your schedule, please let me know so I can adjust ASAP. This was a labour of MONTHS of work, and is equitable to Tetris on Hard Mode, so it’s not easily changed). Apologies for 24-hour time, it was the easiest way to avoid misunderstandings.


NOVUS: SCA Structure 0930-1030
Round table: Discourses 0930-1030
Non-English Medieval Poetry 0930-1130
History of Leather 0930-1130
Repousee 0930-1030
Long Arm Cross Stitch 0930-1130
Drawing Runes 0930-1130
NOVUS: Events: Surviving and Thriving 1030-1130
Creating Arabic Tile Patterns with Euclidean Geometry 1030-1230
Tunic Pattern Drafting 1030-1130
NOVUS: Identity Crisis 1130-1230
A Journey of Baltic Amber: From Viking Shores to Chinese Tombs 1130-1230
Bara Tapes 1130-1230
Chasing 1130-1230
Plying on a Drop Spindle 1130-1230
Round table: Scribal Arts
NOVUS: About the NOVUS Diplomas 1330-1430
Overview of Ceramics 1330-1530
Filk and Contrafact 1330-1730
Round table: Textiles 1330-1430
Maximizing Potential: The Trinity of Bow, Arrow, and You 1330-1530
Assisi Void 1330-1530
Cutting Reed and Quill Pens 1330-1530
Villager or Wolf 1430-1630
Bliaut Class 1430-1530
16th Century Pants 1530-1730
Ladies’ 14th Century Dress 1530-1730
Short Sword 1530-1730
Intro to Bobbin Lace 1530-1730
Making Runes 1530-1730
NOVUS: Chivalry and Etiquette 1630-1730


Reading Runes 0830-1030
Mastering Performance Competition Workshop 0830-1030
Tunic Construction 0830-1030
Ritual and Magic 0830-1030
Celtic Knotwork Design 0830-0930
Intro to Armoured Combat 0830-1030
NOVUS: Keeping Busy 0830-0930
16th Century Doublet 0930-1230
Round table: Fiber Arts 0930-1030
Round table: Newcomers 1030-1130
Intro to Uroscopy 1030-1230
Polearms 1030-1230
Experimental Archaeology 1030-1230
Intro to Spinning Wheels 1030-1230
An Early 13th Century Charter Hand 1030-1230
Round table: Performing Arts 1130-1230

More information will be posted as it becomes available!

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