Maypole XIII

 

Event Summary

Event Main Contact (Event Steward): Branwen Miles
Date: April 28 , 2006 until April, 30 2006
Site opens at: 12:00 AM on April 28th 2006
Site closes at: 12:00 AM on April 30th 2006

Event site:
Sequim Prairie Grange
290 Mac Leay Rd Carlsborg, WA 98324



Journey to the fair lands of the Shire of Druim Doineann. On
Friday night, after the home is tended to
(those with 5 or more tents need to contact our Chamberlain –
campsites are limited), enjoy a Dessert Potluck &
Bardic Social
.

Saturday, join the lists and compete for the
championships in heavy armored combat, thrown weapons, and
arts and sciences (you will need 3 different area entries
with historical documentation). Other competitions include:
Garb Promenade Competition (peasant/work
garb, courtly/feast garb, combat garb/armor, children’s
garb, ‘anachronistic’ garb, ‘best of
show’), the Most Authentic
Encampment/Pavilion
, Best Donation to Shire
Gold Key
, Best Bardic Song or Poem, Best
Eulogy for your favorite Fallen Warrior
(to be
performed during potluck feast) and the Medieval Life
Museum
(should you wish to display an item in our
museum for the day, please contact our co-autocrat). Ladies
may join the hunt for the gifted-egg that crowns them
Lady of the May and she may choose her lord
(we will also have a youth egg hunt for a Junior Lord
& Lady of the May
).

Dance
to the drums around the Maypole
.

Food &
Wares Vendors are being sought – please contact the
autocrat

Archers compete for best of score – Rapier fighters do
what they do best – aaargh. A potluck
feast
will end the day – the shire will
provide the beast and fowl (reservations appreciated). Guests
are asked for the following – those with modern last
names ending A-G – breads; H-N – salads
(fruit/vegetable/pasta); O-U –
appetizers/accompaniments; V-Z – desserts. It is
recommended for serving sizes of 10.

This is
our public demo – Saturday, April 29 – 10am-4pm –
so, come – show off to the modern townfolk and
enjoy!!

Remember this is a dry-site (grange policy) and county
ordinance has quiet time between 11p and 8a.

Fees are as follows (the $3 NMS applies) – $12/adult;
$6/youth (6-14); free under 6; Day trip – $7/adult; $4/youth
(6-14). Checks are to be made payable to: The Shire of Druim
Doineann, SCA, Inc.

Visit our web-site – www.olypen.com/reimer and follow
the links to Maypole!

Volunteer Coordinator – Lady Beatrix Powson(ten.letyrutnec@gemtun)
(360) 645-3133; Potluck Feast Reservations – HL Mary
Webbe (Mary Reimer) (moc.nepylo@remier) (360) 452-9649;
Chamberlain – Lord Ulrick Von du Sage (Paul Vance) (moc.oohay@drasiwhcet);
Co-autocrat & A&S Mistress – Lady Sonja du
Boiis (Jan Vance) (moc.oohay@2eldeennhsurb) (360) 452-6703;
Autocrat – Branwen Miles (TinaMarie Sanford)
(moc.nsm@drofnaseiramt) (360) 457-0902 – please no
calls between 8:30p and 7am – PO Box 2824 – Port Angeles,
WA  98362




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