Honor War 2012

 

Hosted by Device of Lyonsmarche

The College of Lyonsmarche (Pullman, WA & Moscow, ID)

Event Summary

Event Main Contact (Event Steward): Tova Fransdottir
Date: April 20 , 2012 until April, 22 2012
Site opens at: 12:00 AM on April 20th 2012
Site closes at: 12:00 AM on April 22th 2012

Event site:
Hells Gate State Park
4832 Hells Gate RD Lewiston, ID 83501



SITE INFO:
Hells
Gate
State
Park
,
4832
Hells Gate RD
,
Lewiston,
ID
83501

 

 

SCHEDULE:

    
 
Friday,
April 20th, 2012

              
2pm – Site Opens

              
Archery after dark (about 8pm) – Falling Stars clout
shoot.

 

     
Saturday,
April 21st, 2012
– TENTATIVE SCHEDULE

              
10:00 am – Wealdsmere Baronial Court at Wealdsmere pavillion
 

              
10:00 am – 2:00 pm  Adult Archery Championship  Tournament
+ fun shoot

              
10:00 am – 11:00 am – Youth Archery
Competition

              
11:00 am – Heavy armor inspection, A&S display
opens

              
11:30 am – 3:00
pm
  HEAVY WAR
scenarios

              
11:30 am – 12:30
pm
  CLASS – Tablet Weaving by Lord
Takakane

              
2:00 am – 3:30
pm  WORKSHOP- Pottery Hands-on
workshop by Mistress Morgaina

              
2:30 pm
– Rapier inspection
              
3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
 
RAPIER WAR scenarios

              
5:00 pm – A&S and Homebrew presentations before
Court

              
Baronial and
Honor War
COURT

              
Dinner and general merriment

              
8:30 pm – Bardic Circle /
Competition


    
 
Sunday, April 23rd,
2012

              
10:00 pm

– Rapier
inspection
            
  10:30 – 12:30 
Rapier Championship
Tournament

                
3:00 pm – Site Closes

 

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Archery Championship –
Our Champion Aerngaldra has
plenty of interesting things planned for on Archery field. Please
remember to bring your own gear to the archery range – bow, arrows,
arm bracer, glove/tab, etc.

 

Youth
Archery Competition
– Saturday morning Tova will be
hosting a Youth Archery competition.  All youths
will be rewarded for their efforts.  They are your future
archery champions, your future combat archers – come cheer them on
!

 

A
&S Championship
– Alas our A&S Champion Cler will not be
able to attend Honor War, but Phelan has stepped in to help.
Kingdom A&S judging forms will be used. Entrants have the
option of presenting for 5 minutes at the beginning of court as
part of their entry (don’t have to, just can’t get
quite as many points).

 

Bardic
Championship

Will be held after dark around a camp fire to be announce on
Saturday.

 

Homebrew Championship
– Brewing will be either right
before or right after court or during court if not many A&S
entries.

 

Rapier
Championship

Will be Sunday morning.  Rapier inspections at

10am. Rapier Tournament starts at
10:30am.

 

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FALLING STARS SHOOT – Since
the ‘Falling Stars’ shoot proved very popular last
year, we shall see the return of this NIGHT TIME clout shoot. At
the blast of the winding horn, a line of archers will loose arrows
mounted with glowsticks toward the target area roped off and
outlined with glowsticks. This will be Friday evening as soon as it
is dark enough (approx 8 pm). Listen for the horns to call you to
the range!

BUNNY SHOOT – Lyonsmarche’s legendary
lentils are in danger! A menacing horde of hungry hoppers with a
greedy taste for lentils has invaded our fair lands and nibbles our
plants to the ground! We’ve captured a few representatives
and fervently hope their subsequent ‘ventilation’ will
make a terrifying example so that the rest will flee (perhaps to
Wealdsmere?) and leave our lentil crops to grow in peace. Three
(plushy) bunnies will be hung by their ears as targets worth a
varying number of points. Rabbit stew, anyone?

THE CHALLENGE OF THE COPPER DRAGON – In addition
to some amazing archery contests, Saturday will witness the return
of the Challenge of the Copper Dragon! This combination riddle
contest /scavenger hunt proved to be quite popular and fun last
year. Did I mention there is also a truly spiffy prize? Contestants
will be required to find as many riddles as they can (please leave
them where they are),  and answer them correctly on their
answer sheet. There will also be a handful of items to be tracked
down and presented with the answer sheet. You may play as a single
player, or as a team, but the prize(s) will be awarded the same.
Get your instructions & answer sheet packet at gate, or from HL
Aerngaldra.

If there are any questions, please email me at silverwolff AT gmail
DOT com, or find me on site at the event.

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CLASSES:  If you have an interesting class that
you would like to teach, then please contact Tova
Fransdottir
  

       
Lord Takakane will have classes in Tablet Weaving sometime on
Saturday 11:30-12:30pm.

       
Mistress Morgaina will be holding a Pottery Workshop on Saturday
2-3:30pm. Pottery created will be pit fired at the Iron & Ink
event at the end of June.
 

PARKING: 
Will be be in the big field beyond the C-loop campground. Vehicles
will park on the right side of the dirt road. All vehicles will
need to display a Honor War SCA Parking pass which will be provided
at the SCA gate. Please tape the SCA parking pass
hanging from your rear view mirror.
 

 

SITE
TOKENS:
 Yes, we will be having lampwork
glass beads again for site tokens.  So come add to your Honor War
bead collection. 

 

CAMP TRAILERS & RV’S:  The C-loop does not have any RV
hook-ups.  If you park in the C-loop, then please park
north of the bathrooms.  If you need/want electricity and
water hook-ups, then these are available in the
adjacent B-loop for an extra $10/night.  Please contact
Tova
Fransdottir
 so that she can reserve a spot.  You will
still need to go to the C-loop SCA gate to pay.

 

CABINS:  All 8 cabins have been
rented.  If you have rented the cabins
Tammany or Lewis,  then
please make sure to email Tova Fransdottir  so that she
can pickup your key especially if you will be arriving
after
4pm
on Friday.

DOGS:  You all know how to camp with
pets.  Please make sure they are happy and quiet for your
neighbors and of course pick up after them.  Make sure your
pets are upto date on shots and are wearing appropriate tags, and
are on leashes.

MERCHANTS: 
No merchant fees.   Merchants at Honor War as
of
4/6/12: (1) Lynn the Weaver, (2) Ring Weaver
Crafts, (3)
Life’s
Mystical Journey, (4)
Bridget Woulfe, (5) Magda’s
Medieval Yard Sale, (6) Grand Bazaar – food merchant.  All
vendors will either need to have an Idaho Vendor’s license or make
yourself an Idaho Temporary Seller’s Permit which you now fill out
online and print: click http://tax.idaho.gov/i-1031.cfm This
form will need to be visably posted within your merchant
booth.

 

MINORS: 
If will be bringing a minor (anyone less than 18 years old) to
Honor War, then you need to have a parent or legal guardian fill
out the Medical Authorization Form for Minors http://www.antir.sca.org/Pubs/forms/04_MinorMedical_US.pdf .
You will also need to get photocopy of the parent/guardian’s
drivers license for the signature. When signing the minor in at
gate, we need to see these documents – many
thanks….

 



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Honor War 2012 Site
Fees:


    
WEEKEND
FEES
               
DAY
FEES


        
Adults (18 and up)                         
Adults (18 and up)


              
Adult SCA Member: $15              
Adult SCA Member: $10


              
Adult Non-Member: $20               
Adult Non-Member: $15


        
Youth (6-17): $10                          
Youth (6-17): $5.00


        
Child (0-5): Free                            
Child (0-5): Free


        
Family Cap: $45.00                      
Family Cap: $25.00 

Please note that adult non-members are charged
a $5 surcharge which is used for insurance purposes.  The $5
surcharge is applied after the site fees / family cap is
determined.  So a
family with 2 non-member adults would pay $45 + $5 + $5 = $55. One
adult non-member would pay $15 + $5 = $20.

Please make checks payable to College of
Lyonsmarche, SCA INC

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2013
NOTES – If we are able to use Hells Gate State Park again as an
event site:

 

1) NO PARKING on the grass ! !
!
 This means your tires do not ever leave paved
surfaces within the C-loop.  So don’t move
our vehicle/trailer half off the road to get out to the
way – the park ranger will notice. There are sprinkler heads
along the road in the grass. We will try to mark the sprinkler
heads with flags.

 

2) TENT STAKES – The sprinkler
system is only buried about 8-10″ down, so please use shorter tent
stakes if it is an option or don’t pound them in all the
way. 

 

3) QUIET HOURSStart promptly at 10pm.
The Sherriff has been called in past for drumming that happened at
10:01pm and been onsite by 10:15pm, so no drumming after
10pm.  Any drumming for belly dancing needs to happen
right after dark and the drumming MUST stop by 10pm.

 

4) NOISY CAMPING – Such as it
might be must be at the far south of the C-loop.  If your
singing or talking can be heard at the the far north end of
the loop towards the cabins, then your encampment must quiet
down.  You all know the song – no screaming “McIntosh” after
10pm – sorry.

 

5) B-Loop – These spaces can
be reserved online starting at the beginning of April.  You
will need to pay for these sites on your own.  Our fees for
the C-loop went up, so for the 2-3 RVs that want electric &
water, you now alas are in the same boat as the cabins and need to
use the online reservation system.  Please email the Honor War
autocrat your space # so that signage for Honor War can be put on
your site post to make it easier for you to find.

 

6) Cabins – Typically all of
the cabins are rented by mid-March so if you want a cabin,
don’t wait.

 

7)  Weekend parking in the Big
Field
– Start parking on the riverside just past the
entrance gate to the field.  DO NOT PARK past the wood
interpretive sign in the field on the river side.  If there
are no more spaces on the river side, then start a new row of
parking on the east side of the road near the entrance gate to the
field.

 

8) DAY USE PARKING – The
autocrat needs to negotiate with the park that Day Use people do
not need to pay the Day Use Parking fee of $5 + tax.

 

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