Seagirt Yule


Hosted by Device of Seagirt

The Barony of Seagirt (Victoria, BC )

Event Summary

Event Main Contact (Event Steward): Juliana la Badele
Date: December 9 , 2017
Site opens at: 12:00 AM on December 9th 2017
Site closes at: 12:00 AM

Event site:
James Bay New Horizons Society – don’t use this one-
234 Menzies St. Victoria, BC V8T 5H9



8am Finishing touches set up, Coffee brewing. 

Gate opens at 9am.

10am Court 

12pm Bring your own Lunch 

12-4pm Classes, fighting, Ugly Garb Contest. 

4-6pm Bardic Competition 

6pm – Potluck 

7pm Feast of Immaculate Confection

730pm Baronial Closing Court

8pm Principality Court



25$ or 20$ NMS. No tickets. 


Dinner will be Potluck. 



Bardic Competition: 

One period piece and One periodesque piece. 

Verbal Documentation. 

One piece should tie into your persona. 




Yule Costume Contest: Run by HL Morgaine Essex


Medieval garb with a modern twist. Picture a 14thC
parti-coloured gown with half plain fabric, half Christmas fabric.
Or a Norse tunic with Christmas decorations for trim. Let your
imagination run wild! 


There will be two categories: “Ugly Sweater” and “Something More
Subtle”. “Ugly Sweater” will be the in-your-face, blatantly obvious
Anachronism (i.e. apron dress with lit up Christmas tree).
“Something More Subtle” Will be, well, more subtle (i.e. Norman
tunic or dress with Christmas fabric for trim).


Creativity counts. Documentation not required!


Outfits can be either worn or displayed. Ribbons will be handed
out for the contestants to wear so you (or your outfit) may be


Judging will be done via people’s choice. Prizes will be gift
certificates from Gala Fabrics


Any questions, please contact Morgaine.




Feast of Immaculate Confection: Run by The Baron and


Bring your delicious deserts, your confectional culinary
creations. Let them be adored by all, and perhaps win a prize!

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