Event Main Contact (Event Steward): Killianflynn MacThoy
Date: September 26 , 2009
Site opens at: 12:00 AM on September 26th 2009
Site closes at: 12:00 AM
412 E. 3rd St.
Moscow, ID 83843
Greetings good gentles!
As the bountiful harvests are brought in and stored for
winter, the populace of Lyonsmarche bids you welcome and good
celebrate the autumn weather and bounty by inviting all, near
and far, to our Fall Feast!
Lyonsmarche has much to offer the good gentles who join us in
playing and celebrating this fall! We will be offering a
variety of A&S and Newcomer classes, games, heavy combat,
rapier fighting, dancing, and a feast to tempt every
addition, the College of Lyonsmarche will be choosing its new
and Bardic Champions, so please share your many
talents and interests with us all!
We are very lucky to have the 1912 building for this event.
It is a nearly 100 year old school that has been renovated
for community events. The site includes a commercial style
kitchen, Great Room, Art Rooms, and busness rooms. We have
the whole building for the day, so bring your projects to
work on, bring your smalls (the 1912 buildings art room comes
stocked with supplies!). It really is a very nice space for
an event of this sort. Please come.
Lyonsmarche will be choosing Champions in the following areas
at this event.
1. Heavy Armored Champion
2. Bardic Champion
The Site opens
12:00 : Class
Introduction to Italian style Rapier.
1:00-3:00: Rapier warm up, Fencing, Warrenting of
1:00-3:00: Heavy Armored Combat Champions
2:30-3:00: Heavy Armor Check
3:00-5:00 Heavy Championship and Pick up
3:00-5:00: Culinary Championship Lists
Culinary Championship Judging.
Bardic Championship Begins.
Event ends (clean up begins: many hands make short
The Classes: We will be having a variety of
classes at the event. Contact the Autocrat if you would like
to introduce others to what you love. Some examples
1. Introduction to Lampwork
2. Introduction to Rapier, as combat and
A & S.
3. Medieval Games. We will have gaming
tables set up all day with a four hour period with
instrucion, and game building.
4. Easy Garb. If you
have your favorite easy thing, please be willing to share
your ideas and experience. (ie. T-Tunic, 30 min kilt project,
Bog Coats, etc.)
The Feast: We will be celebrating the bounty
of the palouse region. And as such various members of
Lyonsmarche will be gathering as many locally produced items
as possible. Many items will be purchased at the local
farmers market the day of the event. Please bring your own
table setting, The 1912 building has some donated table
settings but not enough for everyone. Candles are
allowed only if they don’t drip on tables, chairs, and esp
the hardwood floors. The site is “Dry”. If you feel you must
imbibe then period containers are required and leave no
evidence for the mudane management to remember the SCA
The tenative menu is as follows.
2. Butters: Honey, garlic
and herb, and Spiced.
4. Various local fruits and
veg (finger food)
cold barley salad
4. glazed carrots with
Roast pork with apples and
Adult: $10.00 per person (This includes the feast: what a
Child (5 and under): Free
Family Maximum: $36
The $3 non-member surcharge will be in effect
Please Make Checks payable to “the College of