Event Summary

Event Main Contact (Event Steward): Tessa Tazzi
Date: January 26 , 2007 until January, 28 2007
Site opens at: 12:00 AM on January 26th 2007
Site closes at: 12:00 AM on January 28th 2007

Event site:
Evergreen State Fairgrounds
14405 - 179th Ave SE Monroe, WA 98272

The Barony of Aquaterra invites one and all to the XXV
Festival of St. Ursul being held on January 26th -28th, 2007.
Have you been tired of walking in the cold and wet from the
Arena to the Merchant Hall? Consider your weary legs and
soggy cloaks relieved! Heavy Fighting, Rapier, Darts, Games,
Arts & Sciences, Living History & Bardic stage,
GoldKey/Chatelaine, Heraldry Consultations, Equestrian
Information, Pied Piper activities, Pages, and Merchants;
just about everything under one roof. You will find Thrown
Weapons, Archery and Box Tourney to be held directly next
door in a covered area. The sleeping hall is still available
for those who wish to spend the night. (No tents/curtains are
allowed in the sleeping halls due to fire regulations.)

Volunteers are always welcome! Please contact the autocrat if
you are interested! If you are in need of space, whether on
the erics or for a special meeting, then please contact the
autocrats as soon as possible. Can you sing a song or tell a
story? Contact our HL Soelig Sweetglee (Shari Peirce) for a
timeslot on the stage gro.arretauqafoynorab@cidrabsa:otliam

This event is well attended by mundanes. Please be willing to
explain what you’re doing and why you do it. The
Chatelaine booth will be well stocked with information for

As with any other year ABC Food Services are contracted to
service any event on the Fairgrounds. You may bring food for
your own consumption but not for sale or distribution. No
crockpots, coffee pots or anything that looks like it would
feed more than one person. In addition, it is a dry site. All
mundane laws apply, including papers for all service dogs.

*** Fairgrounds contract states: Dogs/Pets – Are not
in the Equestrian Park or any building,
barn, arena, speedway, etc., unless contracted as an integral
part of an event.  Exceptions, assistance dogs or police
dogs in the performance of their duty.  Lease Laws apply
to the Fairgrounds.  Owners are to clean up after their
animals.  ***  Keep in mind how COLD it is
outdoors in your consideration of bringing your

Schedule will be developed over the next few months. Please
let the autocrats know if you have need of a meeting time.
Please check out the Ursulmas web page for details as they
unfold. http://www.baronyofaquaterra.org/ursulmas

Best Dressed Bear Contest

Greetings to all. I am pleased to announce the once again we
will be having a best Dressed Bear Competition at Ursulmas.
There will be three categories
1. Best Dressed Bear — Adult
2. Best Dressed Bear — Children
3. Best Dressed and other critter/animal
Please give a little information about your bear/animal. A
Name and approximate time period would be good. No
documentation is needed. Please also provide your name and
contact information incase your are not present at the time
prizes are awarded.
Lady Giovanna Del Bello

Site Fees:
Weekend: Adults: 18 and up: $18; Minors: 6-17: $8; Children 5
& under: free.
Day-trippers: Adults: ages 18 and up: $13; Minors: 6-17: $8;
Children 5 & under: free.

$3 discount gladly given to all who show a current SCA
Membership card for ages 16 and up. Please make checks
payable to: Barony of Aquaterra, SCA, Inc.

RV Space is available by reservation and is not included in
site fees. Please contact the Reservocrat Baroness Arianne of
Falconmoors (Ruth Janus) (425) 778-2359, gro.arretauqafoynorab@snoitavreser
for more information.

Autocrat: HL Tessa Tazzi & HL Utgar the Mad (Vickie &
Don Logerstedt) (425) 316-0415
email: gro.arretauqafoynorab@samlusru

Merchantcrats: Angus Drummond the Potter (Steve Dalton) (360)
Sarra Treemaker (Karen Harrison) (425) 891-8620
email: moc.liamtoh@tarctnahcremsamlusru:otliam

Please, no cries after 9pm to any of the above. If you do,
you will be directed to the electronic scribe at each

The alleged schedule as we know it.
Subject to change without notice at the whim of Their Royal
Majesties, or by request of Their Excellencies of Aquaterra,
the autocrat or Saint Ursul.

 –  Merchants Row setup begins
3:00 p.m. – Gate Opens
   Archery Range opens
11:00 p.m. – Gate closes
   Lights out in the sleeping hall

8:00 a.m. – Wake up call
9:00 a.m. – Gate opens to ALL
   Archery Range opens
   Lists open for Rapier
   Best dressed Bear entrants being accepted

9:30 a.m. – Baronial Court begins
– all other activities are suspended during court

10:00 a.m.Knight’s
11:00 a.m. or right after court ends
   Helm auction begins
   Armor Inspection begins
   Lists open for all tournaments
   Lists close for Rapier
   Rapier Tournament begins
   Archery Competition begins
   Marksman Tournament (Thrown Weapons)
   A&S Contest entries open
   Living History presentations begin
   Bardic stage entertainment begins
11:30 a.m. – Lists for Heavy
12:00 p.m. – Heavy Prize Tournament
   Children’s Activities begin
   Boffer Bear Pit (All ages)
1:00 p.m.  –  Pelican’s

   Best Dressed Bear Judging begins

1:30 p.m.  – Youth Armored Combat – ARMOR
   Sign in with Lists!!!!
   Rapier Class “How to Teach Yourself from
Period Manuals” by Don Prospere begins 
2:00 p.m. – Youth Armored Combat
   Adult dart competition begins 
2:45 p.m. – List for Sable Rose Tourney
3:00 p.m.  – A&S Contest entries
   Children’s dart competition
   Sable Rose Tourney begins
   Noble Estate
4:00 p.m. – All tournaments and other
competitions end 
5:00 p.m.  – Children’s Activities
   Archery and Marksman ranges close
   Living History presentations end
   Bardic stage entertainment ends
   Gate closes to daily rate people 
5:30 p.m.  – Royal Court
begins  all other activities are suspended during
7:00 p.m. or rightafter court ends 
  Open Bardic begins  

10:00 p.m. – Adult Bardic
11:00 p.m. – Gate closes
   Lights out in sleeping hall
 SUNDAY, JANUARY 28, 2007 
 8:00 a.m. – Wake up call
   Gate opens

9:00 a.m. – Gate opens to daily rate
   Archery range opens
   Armor Inspection
   Lists open 
10:00 a.m. – A&S Competitions open
   Living History presentations begin
   Bardic stage entertainment begins
   Gideon de Noirville Prememorial Heavy
Tournament begins (over 40)
   Archery range closesin preperation for
Box Tourney

11:00 a.m. – One-on-one Archery Box
Tournament begins
   Bear Claw (Rapier) Tourney begins 
11:30 a.m. – Lists close 
12:00 p.m. – Bear Meat Tournament
   Youth Armored Combat Over the Barrier
Tournament Begins
   Children’s Activities begin

12:30 p.m. – Grumpy Old Bear Tourney
begins (over 40)

2:00 p.m. – Children’s Activities

3:30 p.m. – All tournaments end
   All other competitions end
   Living History presentations end
   Bardic stage entertainment end
   Archery range closes
   Gate closes 
4:00 p.m. – Baronial Court begins all
other activities are suspended during court

5:00 p.m.    –   Site
closes, Cleanup begins
9:00 p.m – All persons must be off site

Meetings in bold and Saturday evening Bardic
are to be held in the Longhouse as usual.

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