Come join us for numerous war scenarios, rapier scenarios and
archery. Details of which will be released later.
Are you interested in cooking? Our siege cooking competition which
we are titling “Iron Age Chef” will take place Saturday
Do you make your own mead, ale, wine or other libation? Participate
on our brewing contest.
Maybe you’re interested in entertaining the populace. There
will be a bardic competition Saturday evening.
Speaking of entertainment go to youtube and type in “Lady
Kolfina Glymm Mere Ballad of War”
10am Site opens for Merchants
12pm Site opens for Populace
1pm Archery range opens
5pm Archery range closes
9pm Bardic Competition for a war point
9:30am Meet & Greet with the Baron and Baroness- Court
10am Morning Court w/ Champions Exhibition immediately
11am Siege Cooking pick up
11am Honey Tasting in the A&S Pavilion
11am Archery Range Open
11am Heavy and Rapier Lists Open and Scenarios Begin
11am Family Activities open
1:30pm Siege Cooking Judging
2pm Brewing Judging
2pm A&S Judging with an Artisan Tea to follow
2pm Thrown Weapons until 4 pm
4pm Thrown Weapons Championship
4pm Siege Cooking Judging
5pm Family Activities close
5pm Archery Range closes
6pm Evening Court
Dusk Candle Light Archery Shoot
9am Archery Championship begins
9am Rapier Armor Inspection
10am Rapier Tournament
1pm Closing Court
3pm Site Closes
Champion’s Exhibition – 2 Points
Come and see the champions of Glymm Mere and Blatha an Oir compete
. Our archery, heavy, rapier and thrown weapons champions as well
as a five-man war band will compete against each other! The barony
with the most winning champions will take the war
Heavy Scenarios – 8 points
#1 Open field battle with archery, no res. 20 min.
#2 Capture the flag, without archery, res, 30 min.
#3 Capture the flag, thrown weapons, res, 30 min.
#4 Bridge battle, without archery, 2 res , which ever army
completely takes the bridge within 15 minutes.
#5 Castle battle? Archery, 2 res, 15 min
#6 ZOMBIE bridge battle. Marshals on the field for 15 min only
Siege Cooking – 2 points
“You are in a castle under siege. It is June 9th and you’ve been at
war since the end of March. Your supply lines are gone, the enemy
has ransacked the countryside nearly bare, and the crops have been
trampled, the livestock eaten or run away. Last night you snuck out
of the secret door in the back of the castle and found one last
abandoned farm hidden in the forest with some fresh foodstuffs.
Then you went down to the deepest, darkest cellars in the castle to
find the last of your preserved foods. Your commander wishes you to
prepare one of his favorite recipes to inspire the people, using
the items found on the farm and your remaining
Rules: I will provide a historical recipe and all the ingredients
to make it, the challenge will be interpreting the recipe and
preparing the best interpretation/ redaction in the time given.
Extra points will be given for period cooking techniques and
Pick up recipe and supplies at 11AM, after Saturday morning court
from Raffaella at the A&S area, or the back of the court area.
Judging of all completed entries begins at 1PM. Be prepared to
taste and judge each other’s entries! .
-Archery – 8 points
range opens at 11am
Populace Shoot at 11am (runs all day)
Youth Shoot at 2pm (depends on getting a second to watch)
Parents must be present
Novelty Shoots begin at 3pm
Range closes at 5pm
Thrown Weapons: 2
Volunteers- 3 points
This event couldn’t happen without all of our wonderful
volunteers! For each half hour of volunteer work you do you will
receive a coin. Drop it in the box of the barony you are
supporting. The barony who has the most coins before court on
Saturday evening will be awarded the war points!
Rapier- 8 points
Saturday (order to change at marshal’s whim)
1) Nun’s Courtyard
2) Italian Street Brawl – 1 point
3) French Duel – 1 point
4) Open Field Resurrection Battle (standard) – 1 point
5) Open Field Non-Resurrection Battle – 1 point
6) Open Field Resurrection Battle (modified) – 1 point
7) Looting Battle – 1 point
8) RGB Target Shoot – 1 point
Brewing– 2 points
Bring your Brew to the A&S pavilion. No documentation needed; a
list of ingredients and your name is all that is needed.
Children activity -1
Cord and Trim
A competition for all types of trim and cord makers. There are but
nine days until the Saturday of Honey Way. I invite all to see what
they can make in our short timeframe. Kumihimo, lucet cord,
fingerloop braid, cardwoven trim…all types of cording and trim
are welcome in this competition.
Documentation is not required, but bonus considerations are awarded
for competitors who provide examples of how their finished product
would or could be used.
Pieces should be dropped off at the A&S tent at least an hour
before Saturday evening court for judging, but space will be
available for competitors to display their works if they finish
This competition is worth One War Point for the
barony with the most participants.
(Remember, trim and cording makes great largess!)
A competition for all. Bring your most recent A&S conquest that
it may be displayed to the populace and enter it in our open entry
The populace shall judge the entries in a variety of
There will be adult, teen, and children’s divisions.
Extensive Documentation is not required, but it is always nice for
judges to know what they are looking at.
Drop-off of A&S projects should be done immediately after
Saturday morning court so that the populace may judge throughout
the day. Populace judging will end an hour before court is
scheduled to begin.
This competition is worth Two War Points! One
point will be awarded for participation, and one point awarded for
the overall adult division winner.
Honey Tasting Workshop:
All day Saturday there will be an ongoing Honey Tasting Workshop in
the A&S Pavilion.
A large variety of honeys will be gathered and available for all to
taste and learn about. Everyone is invited to walk through the
display, taste the different varietals and make notes about the
undertones they taste.
is no class fee, but don
donations are welcome to help cover the cost of procuring honey and
Artisans Tea for
Cord and Trim Makers:
Saturday from 2-4pm there will be an artisan’s tea for cord and
Anyone, whether skilled trim maker or novice cord maker, is invited
to join me in or near the A&S pavilion for a few hours of
sharing and snacking.
We can share our successes, failures, plans, and works-in-progress.
Competitors in the cord and trim competition can also make that
last push to the finish with their cord and trim competition
And a final reminder to all not competing in the Open Entry
competition, please come to the A&S tent to vote the entries.
This populace judged competition depends on you.
Saturday, June 9
10 AM: Family activities open
All event: come play games, color baronial devices for display,
learn songs and poetry, share stories of your favorite events or
dreams, make crafts and just relax in a kid-friendly
11 AM: Kids Non-cooking contest (cupcake decorating): Cupcakes,
icing, a few “surprise” ingredients as well will be
provided. Kids (or teams of 3 or less, 1 adult per team allowed)
may bring up to 3 additional toppings or decorations. Entries will
be judged on flavor, visual appeal and theme. Theme will be given
at the time of contest. This is worth part of the war point, so
teams must commit to GM or BAO.
1PM: Scavenger Hunt: Teams of 4 or less (1 adult per team allowed)
have 2 hours to find and present their list items to Family
Activities. Judged on accuracy to list, creativity, completion and
time. This is worth part of the war point so teams must commit to
GM or BAO.
3PM: Foot Race: Come test the fleet of feet and see who can win for
GM or BAO. All entrants must be present by 3PM, heats will be
determined at that time. Please stress good sportsmanship with the
5PM: Family Activities closes for the night.
Sunday, June 10
10 AM: Family Activities open
11AM: Bee toss: See who can make their bee fly the farthest! Prizes
for longest flight, furthest flight and most stylish flight in both
kids and youth divisions.
1PM: Water-balloon contest! (weather-permitting) Come see who can
throw the furthest, highest, have the best watery death and more!
Bring your water balloons, water guns and a towel. Prepare to get
wet and make sure a parent is with you!
2PM: Family Activities closes