Tir Righ June Coronet


Event Summary

Date: June 13 , 2014 until June, 15 2014
Site opens at: 12:00 AM on June 13th 2014
Site closes at: 12:00 AM on June 15th 2014

Event site:
Craig Park
8515 Craig Road Powell River, BC V8A 4Z3

Righ June Coronet

June 13 – 15, 2014

The Shire of
False Isle is proud to host the June Coronet Tourney at our
beautiful Stranded Mermaid site and invites you to come and be part
of  history in the making.


    Adults $20 (plus NMS)
    Youth (13-18)  $10
    Children 12 and under – Free
    Family Cap $50
Make checks payable to “The Shire of False Isle”.

The $5.00 NMS surcharge is applicable.

Craig Park, 8515 Craig Road, Powell
River, BC, V8A 4Z3. 

Site opens 12:00 Noon on Friday and closes at 2:00 PM. on

Please note that all fires must be above ground
& smoking is only in designated areas.
NOTE: Fire rules may change depending on fire hazard

Merchants are welcome and will only be charged their site fee, but
must contact the autocrat to reserve a space.

are welcome,
but MUST be leashed at all times and you are expected to
clean up after them..


Stephen of Hunmanby (Stephen Fryer)
10011 Baggi Road
Lund,  BC,     V0N 2G0
(604) 483-4642   No phone calls after 10:00



Check back for updates.


    1200 Gate opens


    0830 Chivalry Meeting
    0900 Rapier Lists Open
    0910 Laurel Meeting
    1000 Pelican Meeting
    1045 Lists Open for Coronet Tourney
    1100 Heralds Meeting
    1145 Lists Close for Coronet Tourney
    1200 Armour Inspection
    1230 Opening Court and Processional
Half-Dozen Donation Derby opens
    1300 Coronet Tourney

    1600 Half-Dozen Donation Derby closes
    1630 Story Time with Princess Dalla
    1700 Principality Court
    1800 Financial Meeting (Or at the close of
Lists Open for Cadets and Squires Tourney
    1900 Curia (or after
the Financial Meeting)

            Grey Goose
Shaft Meeting
Cadets Tourney (This may be held Sunday morning.)
Squires Tourney (This may be held Sunday morning.)
    2100 Bardic Fire
    2300 Quiet Time


    1400 Site


There will be food available for purchase from The Sugar Fairy.
Bring your own washable dishes to eat off to reduce garbage.
If you have special food requirements, please contact The Sugar
Fairy .

Individual items are priced by
serving in round dollars: 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 10.
I will have change for a little while, please no breaking something
bigger than a 20.
All event table d’hôte – 5 meals, snacks, drinks, dessert $40
adult/$30 small. À la carte as available.
Can accommodate some diet restrictions if arranged ahead of
For tiny or fussy eaters I recommend individual items.

Tentative menu
at the cafe.
Friday: supper(if nothing goes wrong with the ferries) chilli with
Saturday: breakfast- sodium nitrated dead animal, french toast,
blueberry dumplings, hard boiled eggs.
        Elevens – baked
        Lunch- vegan curry, lips
n snouts(hot dogs), grilled deli meat & cheese sandwiches, soup
if weather is miserable.
        Afternoon tea- baked
        Supper- pasta &
sauce, taters n neeps, seasonal veggies, rice, italian sausage,
chicken in sauce.
        Evening dessert- pie,
cobbler, trifle.
Sunday:brunch, same as Saturday breakfast and what ever is
        Sunday packup drinks and
Tea, coffee, pop, hot chocolate, juice when I’m there.

There will be a dish washing station for those that need it.

Please check back for any updates!


Saturday (Time TBA)

Kumihimo –
         HL Topher MacKenzie and
HL Taliesin ap Hafgan
Kumihimo, a Japanese form of
braiding, can be used to make any number of embellishments and
accessories from trim to various lacings.  Students will learn
three basic forms of Kumohimo (1) flat (2) round and (3)
square.  Normally done on a Marudai students will be taught to
using a round slotted disk.
Suitable for Ages 10 through adult.  Younger participants are
permitted if accompanied by an adult who can assist with
Supplies etc. will be provided by instructors.
Class Length:   2.0 Hours      
     Cost per student:  

Spin-In: Troubleshooting & Spinning Circle  
      Halima al-Rakkasa
Calling all
spindlers!  Sometimes you just want to sit and spin, so here’s
an oportunity to do so in company.  Bring out your favourite
handspindles; bring that spinning project that never ends. And
bring, too, those spinning projects that just aren’t working, and
together we’ll try to solve problems and sort out issues.
Bring spindles and preferred spinning fibre; bring a seat. 
Optional: bring samples of successes and not-yet.

Length:   2.0 Hours      
     Cost per student:  

Handstitching through the
      Ciana de’Libri
Learn three
basic stitches that can be used for garments from the bronze age
through to the 16th century and beyond! Learn running stitch, back
stitch, whip (or overcast) stitch and a variety of useful
techniques, hems and seam treatments that can be done using these
stitches. Take home a small sampler with all your stitches and seam
treatments to jog your memory later.
Bring needles, thread and scraps of fabric if they have them,
otherwise they will be provided.
Class Length:   2.0
Hours            Cost
per student:    $2.00
Charter Painting 101  
             HL Sionann
in Ui Fhlaithbheartaig

Ever wanted to learn to paint Charters in the SCA but don’t know
how or where to start?  Confused about how to use the
paint?  Frustrated with brush strokes or having trouble
getting that smooth, velevety finish gouache is known for? 
Tired of wasting paint trying to get that perfect purple-y
This class will cover the basics of charter painting using gouache
paint: tools, Techniques, basic colour theory and paint mixing.
Bring a pen and if you have gouache paints and brushes etc, please
bring them. There will be some loaner tools as well.
Class Length: 2.0 Hours (or more if people just
want to sit and paint…)
Cost per student: $3.00


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