September Crown Tournament

 

Event Summary:

Date: August 31 , 2012 until September, 3 2012
Site opens at: 12:00 AM on August 31th 2012
Site closes at: 12:00 AM on September 3th 2012

Event site:
NORSELAND – BREMERTON MOTORSPORTS PARK
8651 STATE HIGHWAY 3 PORT ORCHARD, WA 98367

Click here for more information about this location such as site amenities, rules, and restrictions.



Crown Event No Conflicts Allowed

 

Come witness the epic tournament
to determine who will be our next King and Queen!  Enjoy the
pageantry of the Kingdom Equestrian Tournament and
Championship!  Get your Arts&  Sciences geek
on!  Take in the lovely view of the Olympic Mountains!

Event:  September Crown Tournament
Date:    August 31-September 3, 2012
Branch:  Dragon’s Laire, (Kitsap&  N. Mason Counties,
WA)
Site:    Norseland-Bremerton Motorsports Park; 8651
State Highway 3, Port Orchard, WA 98367
Opening: Noon, August 31
Closing: 3 p.m. September 3

More information can be found on the web-site:http://www.dragonslaire.org/events/sept_crown.php.

There will be a Full Contact Unbelted Artisans Geek Out for
artisans not in a relationship with a Laurel.  Separately,
there will be a short (2 to 3 hour) Arts and Sciences Display and
Demonstration open to all, laurels, apprentii, unbelted artisans,
etc.  Please come and show off your talents! For more
information, contact THL Madrun at caldera@olympus.net.

For martiallate information, please contact Mistress Althaia at
quarong@q.com or Master Cedric Wlfraven
at wlfraven@comcast.net. For
questions on Equestrian activities, please contact Tsuruko Sensei
at tsuruko@dancingcraneart.com.

Fees:
Adults:    $15
Youth (6-17)    $7
Family Cap (modernly related):    $44
Non-Member Surcharge of $5 applies.
Make checks payable to SCA Inc., Barony of Dragon’s Laire.

Camping reservations:  After pre-registering, contact THL
Elisabeth Trostin at campingindl@gmail.com.
 ***CAMPING RESERVATIONS CLOSED ON AUGUST
16***

**Please Note:  This is a primitive site**  You will need
to bring your own water.  The site is terraced, which means
that there will be challenges for those with mobility issues. 
Please be extremely careful driving at night.

Event Steward: Baron Arontius of Bygleswade (Aaron Rogers);
360-307-0526; arontius@comcast.net

…..The Phase I Burn Ban
is still in effect for Kitsap County, and unlikely to change
between now and the end of September Crown (according to the latest
from the Kitsap Fire Marshal’s Office). What a Phase I Burn Ban
means:

…..Under a Phase I Outdoor Burning Ban, no outdoor burning is
allowed except for cooking fires in contained cooking units or
designated areas and recreational fires. A “recreational” fire is
defined as follows:
· Built in a designated fire pit space,
· No larger than three feet in diameter,
· Containing seasoned firewood or charcoal briquettes
only,
· Located in a space well clear of vegetation, and at least
25 feet from buildings, fences, or anything that might burn,
· Attended at all times by an alert adult with immediate
access to a shovel and a water source.

…..Outdoor burning is the most common cause of wildfires. The
potential for dangerous fire spread is increasing as vegetation
moisture content is decreasing due to a prolonged spell of warm and
dry weather. Local fire districts are reporting an increase in the
number and severity of brush fires due to the dry weather
conditions.

…..Tiki torches (and equivalent) and candles within containers
(i.e. lanterns) are acceptable for use. However, they must always
be attended by an alert and sober adult.

…..Weather for the end of this week and weekend looks pretty good
(according to NOAA):

Thursday Cloudy, then gradually becoming mostly sunny, with a high
near 68. Light and variable wind.
Thursday Night Mostly cloudy, with a low around 49. North northeast
wind around 7 mph.
Friday Partly sunny, with a high near 68. Calm wind.
Friday Night Partly cloudy, with a low around 52.
Saturday Partly sunny, with a high near 72.
Saturday Night Partly cloudy, with a low around 47.
Sunday Partly sunny, with a high near 70.
Sunday Night Partly cloudy, with a low around 47.
Labor Day Partly sunny, with a high near 68.

…..With that said, please remember to pack your sunscreen and
ensure you have plans in place to keep yourself hydrated. It may be
warm during the day, but will be somewhat chilly at night. So
please plan accordingly (bring clothing that can be worn in
layers).

…..Please let me know if you have any questions.

…..Thank you, Arontius.
…..Chairman, Team Haggis III.
…..September Crown 2012.

Full Contact Unbelted
Artisans’ Geek Out!

Sponsored by the Laurels and
Apprentices of Dragon’s Laire

 

Are you an unbelted artisan (not in a
relationship with a
Laurel)? 
Then bring your project to the Full Contact Unbelted
Artisans’ Geek Out at September Crown!  This is a time for you to show
your stuff to other artisans, a chance to share, to get to know
others who have your same interests, to show people just what the
independent artisans of An Tir are capable of!

 

Only those artisans not in a relationship with
a
Laurel should bring their projects to this
event.  Bring your
project in any stage, completed or not, with or without
documentation, and be prepared to tell us all about
it.

 

Laurels and apprentices of the
Kingdom of An Tir…this is your opportunity to encourage the
independent artisans in your area to come out and meet and mingle
with those of like minds.  This Arts & Science
gathering is designed to nurture the talents in An
Tir

 

Unbelted artisans who are
interested in displaying/demoing at this Geek Out should contact
Dame Gwen the Potter,
gwen@dragonfirepottery.com,
to reserve a space, and to let us now what you are bringing, and
how much space you will need.  Artisans need to bring their own
table/workspace/chair, and be prepared to stay with their
work.

 

The Geek-out will last for two
hours, and the time and day will be posted later, when the Crown
schedule is approved.

 

Refreshments will be provided by
Laurels, Apprentices and Artisans of Dragon’s
Laire.

 

**********************

 

Artisans Open Display and
Demo

 

There will be a short (2 to 3
hour) Arts and Sciences Display and Demonstration at September
Crown in Dragon’s Laire.  It will run on an entirely
different day that the Unbelted Geek Out, in case you would like to
participate in both. 
The A&S Display and Demonstration is open to all, laurels,
apprentii, unbelted artisans, etc.  Please come and show off your
talents to all of us!

 

Some
guidelines:

1.
The project must be substantially finished.

2.
You must remain with your project for most of the display/
demonstration.  The
display/demonstration will run for only two hours or so, making
staying with your project pretty easy.

3.
Documentation is greatly encouraged, but not required.  We want to see what you are
doing!  Come and show
us!

4.
Please bring a chair/table and whatever you need for your
display. 

 

Time and Place will be announced
as we get closer to the event.  As mentioned above, this will
not conflict with the Geek Out (or the Laurels’
meeting).   To
reserve a space, contact HL Aelianora at
rgiles@centurytel.net
.

 

*****************

 

Weekend-long Large Arts &
Sciences Demo

 

Is
two hours of demo not enough for you?  Do you have the desire to demo
all or part of the weekend?  Then considered bringing your
tent and setting up around the Arts & Sciences area for a mini
“Artisan’s Village”.  You don’t have to demo
continuously (since we all know Crown events are very busy), but
here is a chance to really share your love of the arts and
sciences.  If you are
interested, contact HL Madrun for more details and to reserve a
spot,
caldera@olympus.net
 .

 

***********

Arts & Sciences
Classes

 

We
are happy to announce that we will be holding Arts and Sciences
classes at the up-coming September Crown in Dragon’s
Laire.

 

Right now we are looking for
teachers!  If you’d
like to teach we will do our best to make that happen.  Please contact Aelianora de
Wyntringham (
rgiles@centurytel.net
) and/or Dame Gwen
the Potter

(gwen@dragonfirepottery.com
) to learn more and
volunteer to teach a class.

 

If
you are interested in taking a class on a certain subject, contact
one or both of the good ladies above.  We will endeavor to find a
teacher for you.

 

Class schedule will be announced
once we have a firm offering of classes. 

 

Note:  All classes require
pre-registration. 
This does not mean payment, it just means you must register with
one or both of the good ladies above so that teachers can prepare
their supplies beforehand.  
If the class
does require payment, please pay the teacher directly, at the
event.


Greetings from Madame Jacqueline de Lioncourt, Minister of Family
Activities!  I will have lots of fun classes for families at
Crown!  You can choose to take these classes or play with
blocks/color.  I also have rules/instructions for period
games/activities and some packets of projects which you can take to
your own camp.  Please make plans now to be responsible for
your children and remember that ALL children under the age of 18
must be supervised.  This means that parents/guardians and
teens must communicate regarding their location/actions. 
Children under the age of 12 must be supervised within sight and/or
sound.  Please join us at Crown, bring your children, and help
them share your joy of the SCA by inviting them to participate with
you as much as possible!  If you have questions of comments,
please contact me at children [at] antir [dot] sca [dot]
org.

EVENT SCHEDULE

Friday

10:00 – Site Opens for Merchants

12:00 – Site Opens for Populace

3:00 – Archery and Thrown Weapons Ranges Open if Marshals Are
Available

7:00-9:00 PM – Teen Bardic (stories, songs): Family Activites
Tent

Dusk – Bardic Circle (first hour is family friendly): gravel
area near Kingdom A&S Pavilion

Saturday

8:00 – Equestrian Fields Open

8:00 – York Shoot starts

8:00 – Rapier Lists Open/ Rapier Armor Inspection Begins

8:00-9:00 – Order of the Laurel Meeting, Royal
Pavilion

8:30-10 – Rapier Cadet Tourney, followed by the White Scarf
Invitational

Format: Introductions, standard open field fighting, then 16
person single elimination tourney.  Recognition for most
chivalric participant.

9:00-10:00 – Order of the Pelican Meeting, Royal
Pavilion

9:00-11:00 – Unbelted Arts & Sciences Geek Out, Kingdom
A&S Pavilion

9:30-10:30 – Squire Tourney Lists Open

10:00 – Family Activities Begin, Family Activites Tent

10:00-6:00 – Scallop Scavenger Hunt (Youth/Adult must register)
Family Activities Tent

10:00-12:00 – Family Activities -Build-a-Bear, Family Activites
Tent

12:00-2:00 – Active Games, Family Activites Tent

10:00-11:00 – Order of the Chivalry Meeting, Royal
Pavilion

10:30-11:00 – Squire Tourney Armor Inspection

11:00-1:30 – Squire Tournament, followed by the Knight’s
Invitational

Format: Introductions, standard open field fighting, then 16
person single elimination tourney.  Recognition for most
chivalric participant, most fights, most wins, and winner of the
Knight’s Invitational

12:00 – Background Check Meeting, Royal Pavilion

12:30-1:00 – Kingdom Equestrian Lists Open/Close

12:30-1:00 – Combat Archery Lists Open/Armor Inspection
Begins

12:30-1:00 – Rapier Lists Open/Armor Inspection Begins

1:00 – White Scarf & Landed Champion Tournament

Format: Round robin if under about 15 fighters, otherwise double
elimination.

1:00-1:30- Invocation of Kingdom Equestrian
Tournament

1:00 – Arcarius Tournament (combat archery event)

1:00-1:30 – YAC Lists & Armor Inspection

1:30-3:00 – YAC Tournament

Format to be determined on the number and ages of competitors.
  Bring your armor & weapons.

1:30-4:00 – Kingdom Equestrian Tournament

1:30-2:30 – Ladies of the Rose & Valorous Estate
Afternoon Tea, Royal Pavilion

2:00 – Rapier Cut & thrust lists and armor inspection

2:30 – Rapier Cut & Thrust Tournament

Format: Demo or round-robin tourney depending on turnout.

3:00 – YAC Meeting, Family Activities Tent

3:00 – Family Activities End

3:00 – Heralds Meeting

3:00 – Book Arts College Meeting

3:00 – Costumers Meeting

4:00-500 – Beaded necklaces/Food necklaces, Family Activites
Tent

4:30-6:30 – Family Activities/Quiet time in back of court.

4:30-6:30 – Royal Court (or 30 minutes after Equestrian
Tournament)

7:00-8:00 -Teen Bardic (stories,songs): Family Activites
Tent

Dusk – Bardic Circle (first hour is family friendly): gravel
area near Kingdom A&S Pavilion

Sunday

8:00-9:00 – Order of the Grey Goose Shaft Meeting, Royal
Pavilion

8:30 – Crown Tournament Lists Open

8:30 – Rapier lists and armor inspection begins for Dragon Meat
Tournament

9:00 – Rapier Dragon Meat Tournament

Format: Round robin if under about 15 fighters, otherwise double
elimination.

9:00 – Archery and thrown weapons range opens.

9:00-11:00 – Artisan’s Open Display & Demo, Kingdom A&S
Pavilion

9:00-10:00 – Noble Estate Meeting, Royal
Pavilion

10:00 – Crown Lists Close & Armor Inspection begins

10:00 – Family Activities Begin

10:00-6:00 – Heraldry Bingo Scavenger Hunt, A&S Village

10:00-12:00 – Teen Painting w/gouache, youth fabric painting,
Family Activites Tent

12:00-2:00 – Active Games, Family Activites Tent

10:00 – Exchequer Meeting, Seneschal Pavilion

11:00 – Chirurgeon Meeting, Chirurgeon Point

11:00-12:00 – Royal Court, Crown Tournament Invocation
and Processional

12:00-5:00 – Crown Tournament – Format:
Standard An Tir structure

1:00-2:00 – Order of the White Scarf Meeting, Location
TBD

12:00 – Embellishers Guild Meeting- Kingdom A&S Pavilion

12:00 – Chroniclers Meeting, Chroniclers Tent

12:00 – Chatelaine Meeting

12:00 – Seneschal Meeting, Seneschal Tent

1:00 – Scribes Tea & Social, Kingdom A&S Pavilion

2:00 – Lance de Leon Meeting

4:00-6:00 – Weaving: Stick Weaving/Backstrap Weaving, Family
Activites Tent

5:00 – Marshallate Meeting, Lists Pavilion (Directly after the
Crown Tournament)

5:00 -7:00 Royal Court (or 30 minutes after Crown
Tournament)

7:00-8:00 – Teen Bardic (stories,songs): Family Activites
Tent

Dusk – Bardic Competition (first hour is family friendly):
gravel area near Kingdom A&S Pavilion

Monday

9:00-9:30 – Financial Committee Meeting, Royal
Pavilion

10:00 – Day Shade tear down, (kids to be active participants),
Family Activites Tent

9:30-11:00 – Curia Meeting, Royal Pavilion

3:00- Site Closes – PLEASE BE DILIGENT IN REMOVING ALL TENT
STAKES

 

Area
Amenities

Belfair Motel  (4.5 miles west from site)

23322 NE WA-3

Belfair, WA 98528

ph: 360-275-4485

www.belfairmotel.net

 

Days Inn Port Orchard (5.7 miles east from site)

220 Bravo Terrace, Port Orchard, WA

(360) 895-7818, www.daysinn.com

 

Gorst RV Park  (3.3 miles NE from site)

4252 Division Avenue West, Bremerton, WA

(360) 782-1667

 

Super 8 Bremerton (6.5 miles NE from site)

5068 Kitsap Way, Bremerton, WA

(360) 377-8881, www.super8.com

$85 a night.

 

Baymont Hotel (6.6 miles NE from site)

5640 Kitsap Way, Bremerton, WA 

(360) 377-7666, www.baymontinns.com

 

Hampton Inn & Suites Bremerton  (8.1 miles NE from
site)

150 Washington Avenue, Bremerton, WA

(360) 405-0200, www.hamptoninn3.hilton.com

 

Flagship Inn  (6.7 miles NE from site)

4320 Kitsap Way, Bremerton, WA

(360) 479-6566, www.flagship-inn.com

 

Quality Inn & Suites (6.7 miles NE from site)

4303 Kitsap Way, Bremerton, WA

(360) 405-1111, www.qualityinn.com

 

Comfort Inn  (7.2 miles NE from site)

1121 Bay Street, Port Orchard, WA

(360) 895-2666, www.comfortinn.com

 

Oyster Bay Inn Bremerton (6.7 miles NE from site)

4412 Kitsap Way, Bremerton, WA

(360) 377-5510, www.oysterbayinnbremerton.com

 

Safeway (3.9 miles SW from site)

23961 NE State Route 3, Belfair, WA

Belfair Valley Plaza

(360) 275-0922, www.local.safeway.com

 

Walmart (6.6 miles E from site)

3497 Bethel Road Southeast, Port Orchard, WA

(360) 874-9060, www.walmart.com

 

Albertsons (5.3 miles E from site)

370 Southwest Sedgwick Road, Port Orchard, WA

(360) 876-2085, www.albertsons.com

 

Naval Avenue Liquor Store (7.5 miles NE from site) 

405 Naval Avenue, Bremerton, WA

(360) 792-6346

 

Port Orchard Liquor Store (6.7 miles E from site)

1948 SE Lund Ave # J, Port Orchard, WA

(360) 895-3885

 

Westbay NAPA Auto Parts (3.6 miles SW from site)

24230 NE State Route 3, Belfair, WA

(360) 275-4433, www.westbayautoparts.com

 

Belfair Truck & Auto Wrecking (2.3 miles SW from site)

25603 NE State Route 3, Belfair, WA

(360) 275-6677

 

Local Wrench – Auto Repair (4.3 miles SW from site)

23530 NE State Route 3, Belfair, WA

(360) 277-0977, www.localwrench.com

 

Chico Towing (5.8 miles NE from site)

130 Tweed Lane, Suite 2, Bremerton, WA

(360) 479-7500, www.chicotowing.com

 

Bethel Towing (6.3 miles E from site)

6750 Bethel Road Southeast, Port Orchard, WA

(360) 876-8292, www.betheltowing.com

 

Scott McLendon True Value (4.0 miles SW from site)

51 Washington 300, Belfair, WA

(360) 275-0113, www.truevalue.com

 

Mitchell Lumber Co (4.5 miles SW from site)

23681 NE State Route 3, Belfair, WA

(360) 275-2090, www.mitchelllumberco.com

 

Scott Mclendon’s Ace Hardware (7.2 miles NE from site) 

1692 SE Mile Hill Dr, Port Orchard, WA

(360) 876-8018, www.acehardware.com

 

Evergreen Lumber Inc (5.1 miles NE from site)

1325 Lloyd Parkway, Port Orchard, WA

(360) 876-3351, www·evergreenlumber.com

 

Arrow Lumber & Hardware  (6.2 miles E from site)

6100 Bethel Road Southeast, Port Orchard, WA

(360) 876-2903, www.arrowlumber.com

 

Lowe’s Home Improvement  (5.7 miles E from site)

150 Southwest Sedgwick Road, Port Orchard, WA

(360) 329-3000, www.lowes.com

 

Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Store (7.0 miles NE from site)

1029 Bethel Avenue, Port Orchard, WA

(360) 876-0377, www.agoodyarnshop.com

 

Debbie Macomber’s A Good Yarn Shop (6.8 miles E from site)

1140 Bethel Avenue, Suite 101

Port Orchard, WA 98366

(360) 275-4729, www.allynknitandspin.com

 

Pacific Fabrics & Crafts  (9.9 miles NE from site)

4214 Wheaton Way, Bremerton, WA

(360) 479-4214, www.pacificfabrics.com

 

Michaels (12 miles N from site)

10300 Silverdale Way NW #125, Silverdale, WA

(360) 337-1110, www.locations.michaels.com

 

Harrison Medical Center (9.0 miles NE from site)

2520 Cherry Avenue, Bremerton, WA

(360) 377-3911, www.harrisonmedical.org

 

Walgreens Store Port Orchard  (6.5 miles E from site)

3099 Bethel Road Southeast, Port Orchard, WA

(360) 876-5212, www.walgreens.com

 

Mason County Public Hospital District (4.4 miles SW from
site)

21 NE Romance Hill Rd., Belfair, WA

(360) 275-2517, www.mcphd2.org

 

Harrison Port Orchard Urgent Care (5.4 miles E from site)

450 S Kitsap Blvd #100, Port Orchard, WA

(360) 895-6250, www.harrisonmedical.org

 

All Creatures Animal Hospital (3.5 miles NE from site)

4241 State Highway 3W, Bremerton, WA

(360) 377-3801, www.allcreatures24hr.com

 

Belfair Animal Hospital (4.6 miles SW from site)

23240 Washington 3, Belfair, WA

(360) 275-6008, www.belfairanimalhospital.com

 

Kitsap Veterinary Hospital (6.5 miles E from site)

3036 Bethel Road Southeast, Port Orchard, WA

(360) 329-6077, www.kitsapvet.com

 

Imperial Truck and RV Repair (0.5 miles NE from site)

Imperial Way Southwest, Port Orchard, WA

(360) 674-2196, www.imperial-custom.com

 

Ameri Gas 

3460 West Belfair Valley Road, Bremerton, WA 4.0 mi NE

(360) 479-4690 () ? · amerigas.com

Category: Propane (lp) Gas

 

Ferrellgas (Propane), (5.0 miles NE from site)

1405 Lumsden Road, Port Orchard, WA

(360) 876-4381, www.ferrellgas.com

 

Suburban Propane (7.5 miles N from site)

3515 Chico Way Northwest, Bremerton, WA

(360) 377-7647, www.suburbanpropane.com

 

Port Orchard Market & Deli (5.3 miles from site)

5455 Sidney Road Southwest, Port Orchard, WA

(360) 876-6900, www.chevron.com

 

Olympic Ambulance Services (8.9 miles from site)

2502 Cherry Place, Bremerton, WA

(360) 377-7777, www.olympicambulance.com

 

Mason County Fire District 2 (3.7 miles SW from site)

460 Northeast Old Belfair Highway, Belfair, WA

(360) 275-6711, www.mcfd2.com

 

Bremerton City Fire Department (8.2 miles NE from site)

911 Park Avenue, Bremerton, WA

(360) 473-5380, www.ci.bremerton.wa.us

 

Mason County Fire District 2 (3.7 miles SW from site)

460 Northeast Old Belfair Highway, Belfair, WA

(360) 275-6711, www.mcfd2.com

 

South Kitsap Fire & Rescue (8.1 miles E from site)

1974 Fircrest Drive Southeast, Port Orchard, WA

(360) 871-2411, www.skfr.org

 

Washington State Patrol: District 8 (6.0 miles NE from site)

4811 Werner Road, Bremerton, WA

(360) 473-0300, www.wsp.wa.gov

 

Bremerton Police Department (7.8 miles NE from site)

1025 Burwell Street, Bremerton, WA

(360) 473-5220, www.ci.bremerton.wa.us

 

Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office (6.7 miles NE from site)

614 Division St # Ms37, Port Orchard, WA

(360) 337-7101, www.kitsapgov.com

 

Port of Bremerton, www.portofbremerton.org

8850 State Highway 3 SW, Bremerton, WA 98312

(360) 674-2381

Fred Salisbury, Director, Airport Operations, freds@portofbremerton.org

Telephone: 360-674-2381 x 17, fax: 360-674-2807

 

Airport Diner

8830 SW State Hwy 3 (at Bremerton National Airport)

Port Orchard, WA 98367

360-674-3720

 

…..September Crown begins THIS WEEK. The Barony of Dragon’s
Laire, Team Haggis III, and the Western Region of An Tir welcome
all to the September Crown Tournament where the heirs to Wondrous
King Vik and Beauteous Queen Astrid, King and Queen of An Tir, will
be decided in combat. Also decided over the weekend will be the
person who will carry the mantle as Equestrian Champion of the
Mighty Kingdom of An Tir.
 
…..As Chairman and Event Steward for September Crown, 2012, I am
sending information on a weekly basis to help in your planning
efforts, update you with new information, and answer questions that
are frequently being asked.
 
…..The September Crown main web-site area can be found here:
<http://www.dragonslaire.org/events/sept_crown.php>. This is
where the majority of information on the event can be found at any
given time. Updates are loaded as quickly as possible. Check back
often. The Kingdom Calendar Web-Page for September Crown also
carries a slightly abridged version of information for the event,
and it can be found here,
<http://www.antir.sca.org/Upcoming/?Event_ID=2496>.
 
…..The site for September Crown will be a first time use for us
as an event site. As we map out camping and activities, we are
finding that the site might be somewhat tight, for both parking and
camping. We will be asking people to tighten their space as they
set up on Friday. Your neighbors will be close. Carpooling is
encouraged.
 
…..Don’t forget that the site is essentially a three part
terraced grassland. Which means walking distances if you are
mobility impaired. The roads from terrace to terrace are hard
packed gravel, with an even grade (not too steep). But walking
distances will be involved. Please be prepared. The hillsides from
terrace to terrace are easy to manage for many (think the main hill
at June Faire in Port Gamble). The fields themselves have been
recently mowed (within the past two weeks). There are still areas
with a little loose grass, but not much. Some camping areas have
some rough ground, but all appears to be workable from the
standpoint of camp creation.
 
…..The fee structure for September Crown is as follows: Adults:
$15; Youth (6-17): $7; Family Cap (modernly related): $44;
Non-Member Surcharge of $5 applies.
 
…..The site will open at Noon on Friday, August 31st. Remember
that you must still stop at gate, even if you have pre-registered
for the event. The Equestrian Waiver must be signed before you can
gain entrance to the event, as there will be horses on site,
possibly even as part of Court.
 
…..September Crown is a large and complex event for any group to
undertake. The Barony of Dragon’s Laire urgently requests the help
of any and all who will be in attendance. That help will be
sincerely appreciated! Please contact our Volunteer Coordinator,
M’Lord Emil at <4baddog@gmail.com> and he will ensure your
volunteer hours are recorded as to what day, what time and what
activity you will be supporting with your time and efforts.
 
…..At this time we are looking for the following help as
well:
…..* Assistance with laying the camping grid on Thursday and
placing campers into said grid on Friday. The Camping Coordinator
is THL Elisabeth Trostin, who can be reached at
<campingindl@gmail.com>.
…..* Gate Support, spearheaded by Lady Aileen, who can be reached
at <scbabic@yahoo.com>.
…..* Martiallate Lists needs help. Please contact our Lists
Mistress, Lady Ceara, at <purpledragon0279@yahoo.com>.
…..* Parking Coordination, headed by THL Theodoric the Scholar,
who can be reached at <fairwater@gmail.com>.
…..* Voice Heralds, headed by THL Ian MacKynnes, who can be
reached at <heralde@comcast.net>.
 
…..At this time the Kitsap County Fire Marshal still has the site
as part of a Phase I Outdoor Burning Ban. Under a Phase I Outdoor
Burning Ban, no outdoor burning is allowed except for cooking fires
in contained cooking units or designated areas and recreational
fires. A “recreational” fire is defined as follows: Built in a
designated fire pit space; No larger than three feet in diameter;
Containing seasoned firewood or charcoal briquettes only; Located
in a space well clear of vegetation, and at least 25 feet from
buildings, fences, or anything that might burn; and is attended at
all times by an alert adult with immediate access to a shovel and a
water source.
 
…..For those traveling from the North or from the Bremerton
Ferry, especially for those traveling late at night, there is some
road construction of which to be aware: SR 3/ SR 16 Paving Repair
Project. This project improves pavement on SR 16 in Pierce and
Kitsap counties and SR 3 near Gorst and Bremerton. EXPECT:
Single-lane closures from milepost 25 to 29 on westbound SR 16 and
milepost 34 to 36 on northbound SR 3. Motorists can also expect
ramp closures in project area from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m.
 
…..For those staying in an RV for the event: Especially because
of the close quarters, and as spelled out in County Ordinance,
there will be no generator use allowed between the hours of 10PM
through 7AM. If you have extenuating circumstances that force
overnight use, please contact our RV Coordinator, Master Ralg, at
n7bsn@amsat.org, so that he can make alternate arrangements for
your RV as possible.
 
…..We look forward to seeing you in the Mighty Barony of Dragon’s
Laire. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you should happen to
have any questions.
 
…..Many Thanks, Arontius of Bygelswade.
…..<arontius@comcast.net>
…..Chairman, Team Haggis (Event Steward).
…..September Crown, 2012.


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