The Shire of Midhaven (Skagit, San Juan & North Island Counties, WA)
Date: July 15 , 2011 until July, 17 2011
Site opens at: 12:00 AM on July 15th 2011
Site closes at: 12:00 AM on July 17th 2011
Northern State Recreation Area
25625 Helmick Road
Sedro Woolley, WA 98284
Click here for more information about this location such as site amenities, rules, and restrictions.
Please join us in
celebrating the reign of King Skeggi and Queen Taisiia and the
coronation of their successors Crown Prince Thorin and Crown
On Sunday, there
will be the tournament
to choose the next Kingdom Champion.
See the schedule
below for activity times.
This event is
being co-hosted by the Barony of Aquaterra and the Shire of
Midhaven along with help from our friends from the Barony
of Dragon’s Laire, the Barony of Madrone and the Barony of
Blatha An Oir.
The site is the
Northern State Recreation Area at the corner of Hwy 20 and Helmick
Road in Sedro-Woolley, WA. The address is 25625 Helmick Road.
This is 37 acres of flat grassy ground with a several acre wetland
setback from Hwy 20 and facing onto Helmick Road. It is
approximately ½ mile east of Sedro-Woolley and is less than
10 miles off Interstate 5.
Site will open at noon for merchant set-up and at 3:00 pm for all
The site is without water which means
attendees must bring their
There are no trees/shade on site except
for that which we bring with
Marketplace Coordinator: Arontius of Bygelswade
(M. Aaron Rogers) (360)307-0526 E-Mail:
Marketplace Applications are now
(there are no RV hook-ups at this site): Baroness Arianne of Falconmoors (Ruth Janus)
Handicapped assistance: HL Fionnghuala
Friseil (Fi MacKenzie) – firstname.lastname@example.org
For site questions: Lord
Bryson McLachlan (Bryson McCloughen) email@example.com (360)
DEADLINE for eric space and large group camping
reservations is Friday, July 8th. Contact: HL
Adeliza a Donyng (Diane Percefull) firstname.lastname@example.org
Waterbearing (provided by Blatha An Oir): Baroness Elspeth nic
Grath (Beth Park) – email@example.com
Sedro Woolley and
Woolley Amenities List and the Minors Handout re at this
Adults (18 & over)
Youth (6 – 17 years) $10.00
Child (5 &
Family Cap $50.00
$5.00 non member
surcharge will be applied.
Make checks payable to “The Barony of Aquaterra, SCA
Or use ACCEPS to
Fire Safety Rules
*Fire pits may be used on site with following restrictions: must be
18 inches off the ground,
have water or extinguisher near
by and if you have a mesh cover for them they need to
*Ashes have to be removed from site, and can not be dumped in the
*No tiki torches.
*Propane torches are allowed.
*All BBQs/stoves must be 18 inches or higher off of
*All Vehicles must be parked in the
parking lot after unloading.
*Site is pet friendly. You are responsible to keep your animal
confined or leashed at all times and pick up after them.
*There are no hook ups for RV’s. Generators use is limited to the
hours of 8-10 a.m. and 3-5 p.m to ensure minimum disruption to
attendees. No tent
camping in RV area and no RVs or trailers in the tent camping
*Please respect the people around you and their encampments.
*The ground may be uneven. Please be prepared if you have ankle,
knee or walking difficulties.
*Quiet hours begin at 11:00 pm. There is a limited quiet
camping area east of merchant’s row.
*There will be a dumpster near the
entrance/exit – please help us clean-up the site quicker by dumping
your trash at the dumpster on your way
SITE BOUNDARIES: The site
boundaries will not be marked.
The area to the west and south,
over the berms, is protected wetlands and definitely off
limits. There is also
moving water bordering
the site. It’s not terribly fast or deep, but
appropriate precautions should be taken. Please observe the
The north and east edges of the
site are delineated by the walking trail that surrounds the area.
The walking trail, however, goes behind the archery range and there
will be caution tape to close access. There will also be caution
tape to close access to the road and walkway to the barns. The old
dairy barns are off limits per the site owners. If you are outside
the boundaries you are no longer on SCA rented property and are
the site rules to help us make sure this site is available for
“Full site cries will go out on a schedule set by
the herald in charge. If you have business for a cry, you must see
the herald in charge at Herald’s Point 30 minutes prior to a
scheduled cry going out.”
Site will open at
noon for merchant set-up and at 3:00 pm for all
Thorkel and Duncan and Bronwen
7:00am – Town
8:00am – Chivalry
9:00am – Town
9:00am – Pelican’s
Thrown Weapons & Archery fields open
10:00am – Youth
Armored Combat fields open
4:00pm – Family Activities
Artisan & Apprentices Display and Mimosa Social
11:00am – White
11:00 am –
Black Lion Herald’s Meeting * moved from Sunday
1:30pm Lists open for Champion’s Tournament on
Cadet’s Tournament to be followed by the White Scarf
12:00pm – OGGS
1:00pm – Lunch break and
prepare for Courts
2:00pm – Final Court of Skeggi
Riderless Horse Ceremony will happen during this
5:00pm – Coronation
6:00pm – First Court of Thorin
One hour after court ends (for 3
hours) – Aquaterra B&B Candidates Meet &
When it gets dark: Landed
Champions Torchlight tourney
7:00am – Town
8:30am – 9:30am – Lists open for
8:30am – Financial Committee
9:00am – Curia
9:00am – Costumer’s
Champion’s Tournament entrants present themselves to the Crown;
followed by the tournament
2:00pm – Family Activities
Tourney Garb Contest begins
Sable Rose Rapier
10:30am – Thrown
Weapons Marshal’s meeting
10:30am – Youth
Combat events begin
Inter-Kingdom Sergeant’s Meeting
Embellishers’ Guild Meeting (followed by sit and stitch
Thrown Weapons events begin
Archery events begin
Noble Estate Meeting
1:00pm – Rapier Perks
Bookbinder’s Guild Meeting
activities to stop for the quarter finals of the Champion’s
6:00pm – Site
closes (if everything is finished)
This is a list of the types of
activities you can find at the Family Activities
Pavilion: Active games include: stoolball, harpastum,
stick-in-the-mud tag, monkey-in-the-middle, I Declare War,
battledore, pillow jousting, fencing with noodle swords, hoop
Passive activities include:
painting thank-you cards, coloring, calligraphy, salt dough bead
necklaces, weaving, braiding, macramé, Viking whipcord,
sewing pouches, kite-making.
* Autumn Creek – www.woodendragons.com –
* The Blackend Buzzard – Feast
* Burnt Village Wares – Norse Period wares
including clothes, jewelry, books, feast gear, games, weapons and
armor. Also archery, thrown weapons equipment, some heavy fighter
armor and rattan.
* The Cat And Candle – Jewelry, books, flower
crowns, liripipe hoods, hennins for children, coifs and arming
caps, token pins.
* Cinphire Custom Candles – Custom poured
candles in a variety of scents and colors.
* The Creativity Works – Clothing and
accessories for adult and child alike. Mainly early period Mid to
North European with the occasional late Period
* Dark Ages Games – Medieval
* Dragon’s Den – Handcrafted (beaded) jewelry,
garb, and trinkets.
* Dream Visions – Leather rams, shoes, wool
fabric, and some beads.
* Earthy Creation’s – Hand thrown pottery and
* Edward the Smith – Hand forged metal
* Eviless – Stash – Boffers, oils, incense,
boxes, and other treasure.
* Gaean Allusions Pottery – Utilitarian
* Gifts From Atlantis – Imported wooden boxes,
wood puzzles, figurines, scarves, stirling silver jewelry (pendants
and earrings), SCA stickers, and more.
* The Hat Lady of An Tir –
www.intriguingdesigns.net – All period, all handmade in An Tir –
Coats, hats, tunics, leg wraps.
* Hawk and Dove Leather Craft – Leather
* Lady Lorelie’s – Beads, jewelry, and some
* Lori’s and Quentin’s Home Candles –
Hand-dipped bees wax tapers, palm wax pillar candles, and soy joy
* Michael Tinker Pearce – Swords, knives,
daggers. All handmade.
* Pastiche, Inc. – Fabrics, bocka trim,
* Red Troll Forge – Blacksmith, ironwork, and
* Redwolf – Jewelry, cups, and pewter
* Shaughnessy’s – Glassware, flasks, jewelry,
* Sitkum Arts – Embroidered hats and
accessories, banners, custom heraldry. Period
* Tigre Celtique – Leather pouches and belts,
plain and tooled. Handwoven inkle loom trim.
* Whitebird Artisans – Knitted items, bags,
hoods, jewelry, and wooden boxes.
* Wyevern Mercantyle – Jewelry, wooden combs,
lucets and lucet instruction book, capes, belt pouches, hats,
Limited no conflicts allowed