Event Main Contact (Event Steward): Glynne-Rose of Wyndhaven
Date: October 7 , 2005 until October, 10 2005
Site opens at: 12:00 AM on October 7th 2005
Site closes at: 12:00 AM on October 10th 2005
34231 91 A Street
Oliver, BC V0H 1T0
Golden Swan is a persona development challenge for female personas. The purpose of Golden Swan is to foster knowledge of the lives of women in the Middle Ages and Renaissance.
A successful Golden Swan has acquired a level and depth of understanding of what a woman’s life was like in a given time period that may be unequalled even in the highest academic circles.
This year we have several candidates confirmed who will enter 12 categories. Eight are mandatory: Persona Development, Skills and Technologies, Costuming, Needlework, Calligraphy, Everyday Life, Courtesy and Etiquette, and Inspirational Behaviour. The candidate must also choose 4 out of 6 of the following: Games and Pastimes, Bardic, Dance, Survival Skills, Habitat, Food.
*Please note that all categories are open to anyone as individual contests.
There will be a heavy tournament on Saturday and the Appledore Fall Harvest Tourney on Sunday. There will also be a rapier tourney, archery, and children’s activities.
The feast on Saturday will be catered feast with advanced sales starting September 1st at a cost of $8 per person. Remember to get your tickets early because there will be a limited number and pre-sale cut-off is October 1st, after which the remainder will be sold on the Saturday of the feast for $10.00 per person
Please email or phone Lady Kendra moc.eticxe@kyllekaka/ 1-250-499-0008 or contact the Autocrat
Sunday is a potluck feast featuring our famous Jawbone of the Ass Contest for best punster.
Site fee $12 for adults, $6 for 12 to 19, under 12 free. Day fee is half-price. NMS applies. Make Cheques to SCA Shire of Appledore.
Autocrat: Lady Glynne-Rose (Glynne Wheeler) (250) 499-0008 ten.sulet@ennylg
For enquiries about this year’s Golden Swan, please contact the autocrat or Swan co-ordinator,
HL Olwen Pen Aur (ten.gmi@renrutj, (250) 498-3084).
For more information, go to www.geocities.com/olwenpenaur/Golden_Swan.html