Octoberfest and Toys for Tots Tournament

 

Event Summary

Event Main Contact (Event Steward): Jannet Fletcher
Date: October 20 , 2012
Site opens at: 12:00 AM on October 20th 2012
Site closes at: 12:00 AM

Event site:
Moran Praire Grange
6006 S Palouse Hwy Spokane, WA 99203




Let the call go out to all combatants to gather in the Barony of
Wealdsmere for our Annual Toy-for-Tot’s Tournaments and
October Feast.


 Sharpen your swords;
hone your skills to compete in Heavy Combat, Rapier Combat, Games
and Arts and Science.


 Hone your skills well
to win the Honor of adding your name to the traveling prizes for
the Tournament of your choice.   A fine Broad sword, Rapier
Foil, Games Box, Project Box.


The Fee for this Honor is an un-wrapped toy of $5 or more to
benefit the US Marine Corp. Toys-for-Tots program.   


When the Tournaments have ended come show your most courtly
behavior with your dancing skills.



 After which there will be a
Pot-Luck-Feast to complete the day’s
activities.


All other attendees are encouraged to donate a $5 unwrapped toy to
help the US Marine Corp Toys-for-Tots program to provide Christmas
Gifts for Children that may not have a Merry Christmas without this
service.


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Tentative Schedule
:


9:00 AM       
Site Opens


10:00 AM      List open
for all Tournament


11:00 AM      Heavy &
Rapier Tournament to Begin


12:00 PM      Games &
A&S Tournaments to begin


12:30 PM      Lunch
Soup: Chicken &
Dumplings w/roll. 
$1.00


1PM – 1:30PM Introduction to College of Pages


2PM – 4PM  
Dancing


4PM – 4:30   PM
Bardic


TBA Baronial Court


6 PM    Pot-Luck-Feast



9PM Site Closed.


Please provide a Pot-Luck dish to feed 12+ serving.  If your first SCA name begins
with A-F Appetizer/Salad, G-O Main Dish/Meat and P-Z Side
Dish/Desert.


Please remember this is a discreetly wet site.


Site Fee:


Adult Member: Day only: $8.00    Feast:
$10.00


Non-Member Adult: Day only: $13.00    Feast:
$15.00


Youth: Day: (15-6) Day only $4.00, Feast $6.00


Child:  (5 & Below)
Free.


The feast hall will hold 100 comfortably so PLEASE PRE-REGISTER for
the feast prior to October 10th
2012
by emailing moc.nsm@55rehctelfjw with the number
of gentles in your party and a modern name to hold the reservation
under.  When you
register you will receive a conformation e-mail within 36
hours.  If you do not
receive a confirmation please re-submit your feast
registration.


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A&S Competitions for OctoberFeast:
Oktoberfest is a time of eating and making merry. In keeping with
this theme we will have:

A Subtlety
contest
– a subtlety is a food illusion – food worked to
look like something else, an edible design or decoration. This will
be populace choice. No documentation required but highly
encouraged. Non- period foods, such as rice crispy treats, may be
used, but use of period foods is highly encouraged.



OctoberFeast A&S
Championship Tournament:
 Entrants will be required to
provide documentation and will be asked to stay with their piece
during judging. As a favor to your A&S minister, please drop me
a note and let me know generally what you are entering so I can
have someone on hand who knows enough about your subject matter to
judge it properly. You may enter referenced research papers.

There will also be 2
categories of Children’s entries
:
8 and under: all kids who enter will receive a prize and a chance
to show off their skills. No documentation necessary. (No winner be
chosen, but all kids will be called up in court.)
9-16: This will be a judged category. There will be a 1 reference
minimum and entrant may use Wikipedia (or any other source). We
will ask entrants to stay by their piece during judging so that the
judges may ask questions. Research papers on period subjects may be
entered.


Brewing Contest
:


Two Categories:      Wine,
Mead and Cordials


                             
 Beers



There will be a prize for each category.


Merchants:


Please Pre-register moc.nsm@rehctelf55rehctelfjw 
for space. There is no fee. Please provide your own table(s) and
protection for the hardwood floor.  Sorry hammering or fire exhibits
are not permitted indoors.


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Small pet are allowed, but must remain on leash at all
times.  You must clean
up after your pet immediately and will be held responsible for any
damages caused by your pet.


PLEASE CHECK BACK FOR UPDATED INFORMATION

 

 


 


Site Information:


Moran Prairie Grange


6006 S Palouse HWY


Spokane WA 99203


DIRECTIONS:


From I-90 in Spokane, WA, take the Freya Street Exit an d proceed
south on Thor, which will turn into Ray before you reach to top of
the hill.  Thor/Ray
ends at 37th Ave., Turn left onto 37th.
Proceed for two blocks to the 4-Way Stop light. Turn right on
Freya. At the next 4-Way stop light turn left onto Palouse HWY.
Proceed ½ mile to Moran Prairie Grange, locate on the right
hand side of the road.


Autocrat: HL Jannet & HL Will Fletcher, mka: Janet & Ron
Stanley, 3423 E Empire, Spokane WA.99217: Phone- 509-489-8014;
e-mail-

moc.nsm@55rehctelfjw
.




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