Tir Righ June Coronet


Event Summary

Event Main Contact (Event Steward): Sethric Underwood
Date: June 10 , 2016 until June, 12 2016
Site opens at: 12:00 AM on June 10th 2016
Site closes at: 12:00 AM on June 12th 2016

Event site:
Northwood Lodge and Resort
5538 Northwood Road Lac la Hache, BC V0K 1T0

Greetings Tir Righ, June is fast approaching and so is
the time for choosing our Heirs!

This will be a glorious occasion and we hope as many of
you as is possible can attend this event.

The Tournament format for June Coronet will be a
traditional standard double elimination

An Tir shield and weapon conventions will be in place
so all those who would vie for the right to sit

Storm Throne when it is passed please check your gear
and ensure it is in compliance.

The final will be a best of three.

Thorwulf, Prince Wulfwyn Princess


The Shire of
Coill Mhor is very proud to be hosting the Tir Righ June Coronet

June 10th – June 12th 2016.

Please join their Highnesses Thorwulf and Wulfwyn as the finest
combatants in Tir Righ gather in the Shire of Coill Mhor

to face each other in honourable combat to choose who will take
their place upon the Storm Thrones.

**********We are looking for

Please contact Agata Janisdottir


If you would like to reserve a space.

There is no merchant fee.

***There will be NO food merchants allowed (due to private
agreement with the resort)***

The Northwood Lodge will be serving breakfast, lunch and dinner
buffet. Prices will be posted soon.

Please contact the Event Steward: Sethric

Or leave a message on this site, to reserve merchant

Site fee: $25.00

Member discount: $5.0

The campsites are serviced with power and water. There are also
Camper and RV spaces.

There is a Gas Station and Liquor store in Lac La Hache as well as
a pizza place and a diner. 100 Mile has Save On foods. So does
Williams Lake

Dogs must be on a

Bring your swimming costume as the event site is on a beautiful





8 pm – Marshals


830-930 – Laurels

930-1030 – Chivalry

10:00- Archery and Thrown
Weapons range open. Closed from the semi-finals and

10 -1130- onsite Coronet Lists open

1030-1130 – Pelicans

11:30 – LOVE meeting

11 -12- Seneschals / Exchequers 

1230 – Opening Court/Processional

1 – Tournament begins

1/2 hr following end of tournament – afternoon court (hopefully no
longer than 90 minutes)
7 -730- MOD / Laurel’s meet ‘n’ greet
730-800 – OGGS
9 – Bardic


8-9 – Financial
8-xx Cadets List opens, Squires Lists Open (lists for each
tournament will close at the discretion of the List Mistress)
9-10 – Curia
10 – Cadets Tournament
11 – Squires Tournament


We are offerring
three A&S classes.

1.Stick Weaving

Saturday 11am

instructors – HL Taliesin ap Hafgan
and HL Topher MacKenzie

Sticking weaving has been dated as far
back as 4000 years (Mayans) and suggestion is that the Crusaders
brought this art form to Europe from the Middle East.
Stick weaving is a versatile art form using as few as two sticks up
to as many as you can comfortably hold depending on the width
required for the desired end use. Weaving is done either flat or
circular (tubular). Projects, for example, can include scarfs,
pouches, mug rugs and belts.
Stick weaving is an art form the can be carried in a pocket or
pouch easily retrievable whenever you have a few moments to spare.
In addition, it is probably the simplest version of warp/weft
weaving. It is also considered one of the most versatile weaving
cost $5.00 Cost includes all materials, tools and patterns.
students need to bring their own chairs


2. Intro Block Printing Process ( or
“What I learned from trying block printing )
Instructor – HL Asta Eriksdottir

Saturday 1pm

Basics (as I have learned from trial
and error ) for trying block printing an a technique for
embellishing fabric.
We will discuss supplies, fabrics, setting up, printing, and
cleaning up in detail, as well as dealing with issues sa they come
up. We will also be doing hands-on stamping, with some fabric,
paint, and stamp samples.

cost $1.00 includes handout


3. Kumihimo – Introduction

Instructors -HL Topher MacKenzie and HL
Taliesin ap Hafgan

Saturday 9am

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.

cost – $5.00 cost includes supplies and
handout and patterns

Students need to bring chairs


There will be class sign up sheets at
the gate and at the arts and Sciences display.

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