June Faire

 

Event Summary

Date: May 30 , 2014 until June, 1 2014
Site opens at: 12:00 AM on May 30th 2014
Site closes at: 12:00 AM on June 1th 2014

Event site:
Port Gamble
32159 NW Rainier Ave Port Gamble, WA 98346



Their
Excellencies, Baron Arontius and Baroness Laurellen, invite you to
celebrate the 32nd June Faire with the Barony of
Dragon’s Laire!
  Join
us and Their Royal Majesties, King Eirik & Queen Drifinna, for
a full weekend of

armored combat, rapier, archery, thrown weapons, the stellar Arts
& Sciences village, bardic performances, and a bustling
marketplace
, May 30-June 1, 2014.  There will be
tournaments featuring truly marvelous prizes!  This is our
annual public demo and our premier Baronial event.  Please be
prepared to show our modern guests the skills, dedication, and
exquisite manners of the SCA!


The
Faire is remaining within the town of Port Gamble, WA.  The
site is without power and we encourage you to prepare for all
possibilities.  Visit

www.portgamble.com
for
community information.  The Baronial website is


www.dragonslaire.org
which
will have updated event information as it becomes
available.

Pre-registration for June Faire 2014 is available by mail only.
Only those who pre-register are guaranteed reserved camping space.
Completely fill out the
pre-registration form
, enclose a check or money order made out
to Barony of Dragon’s Laire – SCA, Inc. and send the
pre-registration form and your check/money order to: Kris Leet,
1328 Hollis Street, Bremerton, WA 98310.

Confirmation of receipt is by email, so be sure to include your
email address. Pre-registration forms must be received by
19 May 2014
.

Please contact the pre-registration coordinator via email,

Dame Madrun Gwehyddes
, at or 360-373-3231 via phone (not before
10am or after 11pm, please) with any questions or concerns.

If you are camping with a group or household you can
only reserve space for those who have pre-registered.

If you are camping in an RV contact the RV coordinator,
HL Theodoric the Scholar
to make your reservations. RV
reservations are not guaranteed unless you contact the RV
coordinator
. He will need to know your SCA and modern
names, your rig’s dimensions (with slideouts and awnings), who you
wish to camp/park next to, and anything else useful. Please
remember, you must pre-register via snail mail (see above) but can
do the RV reservation request via email (see above).

Gate opens at 10 AM on
Friday and closes at 1 PM on Sunday.  Everyone must be off
site by 7 PM on Sunday.

 Other
questions, please direct to the June Faire Chairs, Sir Andras
Trumark and THL Elisabeth Trostin,
at gro.erialsnogard@riahc_fj
.

Site
Fees:


Pre-Reg:
  Adults $13.00 ($18 without Member
Discount); Youth 7-17 $6.00; Under 7 free (Family Cap $38.00; $48
without Member Discount)


At Gate:
  Adults $15.00 ($20.00 without Member
Discount); Youth 7-17 $8.00; Under 7 free (Family Cap $46.00; $56
without Member Discount)


Day Trip:
Adults $10.00 ($15.00 without Member Discount);
Youth 7-17 $5.00; Under 7 free (Family Cap $30; $40 without Member
Discount)



Modern Guest Day Fee:
  $5 ages 12 and older; 11 and
under, free

Pets are welcome; rigorous waste patrol is required! For the sake
of safety and good manners, please keep your pet under the control
of a responsible person (not a child) at all times, and *do not
ever* leave your pets unattended.

 

June Faire
Merchants:

Ashley
Swanlund
Autum Creek
Barefoot
Cordwainer
Bon Fire
Ovenworks
Burnt Village Wares
Cat and Candle, The
Caveman Eats
D&D Chain Maille Creations
Dark Ages Games
Dragon’s Belly Delly
Dragonstorm Sports
Dream Visions
Edward the Smith


Frigga Green Needle
Fur Connection, The
Gaean Allusions Pottery
Gifts from Atlantis
Gypsy
Caravan
Hawk & Dove
Leather
Hennatopia
Hroswitha Books & Patterns
Inky Quills
Jaime Les Crepes
Jed n Ennie Enterprises
Magickal Aardvark, Ltd
Narnian Sky Medieval Armaments & Games
Nordic Trader
Redwolf
Sacked Village
Archery
Silverthorne Crafts
Silvertide Jewelry
Sparrowhawk Studio
Spinning Earth Productions

Susan Rodney Studios
Tandy Leather
The Golden Fleece
Viking Ice Cream
SCHEDULE

FRIDAY

 

 

 

10am

 

Gate opens

Afternoon

 

Archery and thrown weapons ranges will be
open if there are marshals available

 

 

 

 

SATURDAY

 

 

 

9am

 

Archery range opens

Lists open for youth armored combat

9:30

 

Armor inspection begins for youth armored
combat

10am

 

Site opens to the public

Opening Court

Arts & Sciences village opens

Marketplace opens

Lists open for rapier and armored
tournaments

10:30

 

Marshals check-in and armor inspection for
rapier & armored.

Youth armored combat tournament
begins 

Thrown weapons range opens

10:45

 

Lists close for rapier and armored
tournaments

11am

 

Tournaments begin for both rapier &
armored combat

Glass bead making (Lampworking)
demonstration in the Family Activities tent

Noon

 

Archery tournament begins.  Competitors can shoot at their
leisure until 2pm.

1pm

 

Roving Baronial Court

Foam weapon fighting open to SCA and modern
children (12 & under) until 4pm

Games at the Family Activities tent

1:45

 

Armor inspection for afternoon
tournaments

2pm

 

Armored melee and rapier duo tournaments
begin

Archery tournament ends

2:15pm

 

Thrown weapons competition begins

3:00

 

Children’s Tea with the Queen in the
Royal Pavilion

4pm

 

Activities conclude in the A&S village,
archery & thrown weapons ranges

4:30pm

 

Grand Processional

5pm

 

Site closes to the public

Marketplace closes

Royal Court with
Baronial business as permitted by Their Majesties.   (This will include
“tax presentations” by various artisans.)

Evening

 

Archery range will be open if there are
marshals available. 

 

 

 

 

SUNDAY

 

 

 

10am

 

Site opens to the public.  

Opening Court

Arts & Sciences village opens

Marketplace opens

Lists open for armored and rapier
tournaments.  

Foam weapon fighting open to SCA and modern
children (12& under) until noon

10:30

 

Archery and thrown weapons ranges open

10:45

 

Lists close for rapier and armored
tournaments

11am

 

Rapier and armored tournaments begin

Glass bead making (Lampworking)
demonstration in the Family Activities tent

12:30pm

 

Activities conclude in the A&S
village,  archery
& thrown weapons ranges

1pm

 

Baronial Closing Court

2pm

 

Site closes to the public.  Event ends. 

2:30

 

Tear down begins

7pm

 

Everyone absolutely must be off site





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