The Barony of Madrone (King County, WA )
Date: July 10 , 2010
Site opens at: 12:00 AM on July 10th 2010
Site closes at: 12:00 AM on
David Rodgers Park
100 W. Raye Street
Seattle, WA 98119
Click here for more information about this location such as site amenities, rules, and restrictions.
The Madrone Culinary Guild Presents the 31st
Annual Peasants Revel
On Saturday, July
10th, 2010 come join the ancient rivalry between
Borton on Water and Sodbury, our peasant villages, as they
once again compete to show their worth. Peasants has survived
and thrived all these years because it is the perfect event
for fooling around, especially for newcomers to the SCA. Come
play games in the summer sun and forget worries about
everything except getting hit with the wet rag in Wet Rag on
The day will be packed with
fun outdoor peasant games: Spit in the Bucket, Cheese
rolling, Wet Rag on a Stick, Turnip Toss, Hopping Tag, and
meetings1, no court, no setup, no
packing. Just mucking about in the grass on a beautiful
day & having great time!
Wear peasant garb suitable
to playing active games (or take part in the many less
strenuous ones) and leave belt knives and other upper-class
accessories at home. Bring your blanket to sit on, and your
cup, bowl and spoon, and a midday snack.
No site fee, no non-member
surcharge. (A simple peasant stew will be available for
dinner – $3).
No long commute.
David Rodger’s Park is on Queen Anne Hill in Seattle at:
1st Ave W and W. Raye St. (a block west of Queen Anne
You could even bus
Setup begins at 11:00 rain or shine; the games commence at
Bring your own dishes and
something to drink.
We will be preparing a
simple dinner for $3.00 per person to be eaten around 5:00
PM, so bring a bowl and spoon for eating stew, and a plate
for bread, fruit and cheese.
For more information please
contact Jean Louis de Chambertin at 206-367-6012 or
Alcohol is prohibited as the site is a public
1. By order of the
BoD no Event is
complete without meetings.
Our tentative meeting schedule: Swineherds will meet at nones
in back of the pigsty. Alewives will gather to test
their wares as soon as the swineherds are gone, and the
milkmaids will meet in their ususal undisclosed