Event Main Contact (Event Steward): Doireanne Dechti
Date: November 28 , 2015
Site opens at: 12:00 AM on November 28th 2015
Site closes at: 12:00 AM
Black Creek Community Hall
2001 Black Creek Road
Black Creek, BC V9J 1G5
Hartwood Yule and Bardic Championship
November 28, 2015
Black Creek Community Center, Black Creek, BC
The nights are growing cold, and we are turning more and more to
pursuits! Please join us for a night of camaraderie, a
contest, games and a fun competition to determine Hartwood’s
The nitty gritty site details:
2001 Black Creek Road, Black Creek, BC
Site Fee $10. NMS of $5 applies.
Children and youth are free
Doors open at 4:30, Setup begins at 4:00pm.
Dinner is a potluck, with turkey and bread being supplied.
Please list all
ingredients on a card or paper. The turkey is by kind donation of
Gundas: Cunegunda, and Mama & Papa Gunda. (Milady
Marguerite and Lord
As is our tradition, we will have a Christmas tree ornament
your ornament (or small gift – wee bag, book, whatever small thing
in the tree) and hang it on the tree at the beginning of the
the end of the evening, if you left something on the tree, you then
take something from the tree.
This contest will have six categories, and be held at three
The categories are:
The three competition levels are:
– Child (12 and under)
– Youth & Adult
– Members of the Orders of the Jambe de Lyon & the Laurel.
The winners will be determined by who wins in the most categories.
category will be determined by peoples’ choice. In the
event of a tie, the
person with the most individual votes wins.
– Each person is limited to one entry per category.
– Entries must have been made within the year prior to the contest,
not have to be completed.
– Documentation not necessary, but entries should be plausibly
– Fairly new to the SCA? You can do this!
The Hartwood Bardic Championship:
A word about our Bardic Championship competition, from our current
Lady Gwynafel Farleigh:
Hello Gentle Populace!
Lords and Ladies, Yule is once again upon us, and as such, my
Bardic Champion of Hartwood is coming to an end. This means there
must be a
Competition to see who can take the position from me!
I call upon all that would challenge me to attend this great event
forward your Filks to inspire the populace to vote for you!
What is a Filk you ask? A Filk is an old tradition of taking a
and put your OWN words to it.
An example is Row, Row, Row your boat. New words: Chop, chop, chop
foe….. you get the idea.
1. The tune must be one that is recognizable.
2. You must perform at least 3 verses
3. It must have the word Hartwood in it.
Do you think you can take the Bardic Candle from me? I DARE you to
I hope to see you there! Please contact me at ten.sulet@oruiamw by November
24, if you intend to compete so that I know how many we have AND
space the competitors.
Event Steward – Doireann Dechti ten.sulet@seitissecen_raeb
Potluck Organizer – Cunegonda ac.roolfpot@navebd
Bardic Championship Organizer – Gwynafel Farleigh ten.sulet@oruiamw
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