Winter Investiture

 

Event Summary

Event Main Contact (Event Steward): Brynhildr Smidsdottir
Date: December 12 , 2015 until December, 13 2015
Site opens at: 12:00 AM on December 12th 2015
Site closes at: 12:00 AM on December 13th 2015

Event site:
Josephine County Fairgrounds Floral Building
1451 Fairgrounds Road Grants Pass, OR 97527



Come Join the Incipient Barony of Myrtle Holt in
celebrating the handing off of the coronets of the Summits to the
Heirs of Fyrst Tryggr and Fyrsta Temperance, our beloved royal
couple.

Come wield your rapier to compete to become the next
Captain of Cats to defend our Principality against flexible
pointy-wielding foes. 

Artisans of the Summits, pay homage to your muses that
they might bring you great clarity of creativity, bring your finest
creations to compete to become the next Alpine Scholar of the
Summits.

What’s more??? Classes… Feasting… and great
merriment!!!
Site
Fees:

Adults:$ 20
Youth(8-17)-$10
Children(8 & under)-Free
Family Cap- $45
NMS-$5


Alpine Scholar
Championship 2015


Three entries are needed; at least one from a different category
than the other two, with detailed documentation required on one and
at least a short descriptive on the other two
(who/what/where/when). If you need help with
documentation please let me know! Be prepared to answer
judge’s questions and to discuss your entries. For this year’s
competition I have included a mandatory theme for at least one of
your entries. The judging form will be similar to last year’s, with
modifications to accommodate the theme. The judging for this
competition will be focused on craftsmanship.

If there are four or more entrants,
we will have a Princess’ Choice award for her favorite
entry!

The theme is experimental archaeology.
What is experimental archaeology? Well, if you are a local champion
or someone who is considering entering this competition, you are
probably already doing
this! Find a single historical mystery or dilemma and try to solve
it by reproducing the item in question.

The mystery or dilemma should be
something that was known in the SCA time-frame, but has been lost
or forgotten and is a mystery to today’s experts. For example,
maybe there is an item of clothing that is seen only in a few
pictures and no one knows how it is put together, so you make an
educated guess and see if it works. Or there is an object that was
found in a dig, but no one knows what it was for, so you make it
and try to figure it out. Or there is a type of clasp or closure
that experts think couldn’t
work, so you build it and find out. Don’t worry about whether the
experiment is a success; a negative conclusion is useful too (like
“no, this object is probably not a needle-maker, because it
didn’t work).

I know the theme adds some
complication, so if you need help figuring out how your entry fits
into the theme, please don’t hesitate to ask for help!

Here are ideas to help you develop your
project within the theme:

What is the item, guess, or idea being
tested?
What information is currently known about it, and where did you get
it?
What do you think the variables are and what did you do to control
them? Would using a different type of fabric or substituting a
different herb or spice alter the result of the experiment?
What is the conclusion of your experiments?
If you were to do this again, is there anything you would change?
Why?

Captain of Cats
Championship


The format will be round robin, bring your best weapons
combination, with the finals being best two out of three.


Fighters wishing to compete to become the new Rapier Champion must
current members of the SCA.

Come compete to be the new Rapier
Champion.

 

Dirty Dozen
Donation Derby

This is a competition for those who want to add a little extra fun
to the donation of largesse items. 
Basic Rules:
• All entrants must create 12 items based on a theme that are
suitable for largesse (such as 12 needle books, 12 games, 12 hats,
etc…)
• All entries must be tagged (what it is, what it is made of,
and who made it) and ready to be gifted the day of the
competition.
• The items do not need to be documentable. This is not an
A&S competition. The items do, however, need to have value for
a member of the SCA.
• The items need to be handmade.
• The items should not have heraldry on them. While these
gifts could be given far and wide, there is no need for them to be
heraldic.
Judging will be open to the public at the event by the “beads
in a cup” method. Winner of the Dirty Dozen Largesse Derby is
the person with the most beads in their entry’s
cup. 
Prizes:
The winner of the Dirty Dozen Largesse Derby by popular choice gets
to select one (1) item from 3 of the other competitors. (Possibly
more, depending on the number of entries.) 
All remaining entries will be donated as largesse items, half of
them going to the Coronet of the Summits, and the other half to the
Incipient Barony of Myrtle Holt.

For more info, please contact Lady
Bronwen Awbrey (mka Chelsea Olson)

 

Eleventh Night
Feast

This year we are pleased to be
offering up a wonderful German inspired full feast as part of
the
11th night event.  We look forward to everybody joining us for
the fine food prepared by our feast
stewards to celebrate the elevation of the heirs to the thrones of
the Summits. 

Below, please find the tentative feast
menu.  There may perhaps be changes, but we hope these
will be few:

First Course:

German Beef Sausage with cabbage
wrap
Garlic Spätzle
Honey Dill Carrots
Baked Apples with Walnut cream cheese dip

Second course:

German Beer pork roast
Balsamic Rosemary chicken
Wheat berries in cream sauce
Sauerkraut with bacon sour cream sauce
Alexander cake

Breads:

German beer bread
Dark rye bread
Steel cut oat bread
Wheat bread
Apple butter and butter served with bread

Drinks:

Pressed apple cider
Lemon water

 


Tentative
Schedule:


FRIDAY 11TH  – VIGIL OF VICTOR DE GUERSE AT RIVERSIDE INN
HOTEL


Setup of hall and meeting rooms by
Myrtleholt. 




SATURDAY 12TH –


7:30 am – Gate opens


8:00-8:45 am – Peerage (Pelicans) meeting
 


8:00 am – Alpine Scholar and “Dirty Dozen Largesse”
setup


8:45-9:30 am – Peerage (Laurels) meeting
 


9:00 am – List opens for Captain of Cats…Classes
begin


9am – List Class – teacher Maeve Cunningham
(Pumpkin)


10am – glass bead making class – teacher Jennet
MacLachlan of Loch Fyne


11am – pouch board game class – teacher Tristan
Munroe




9:30-10:15 am – Peerage (Chiv) meeting


11:00 am – Judging Alpine Scholar and “Dirty Dozen
Largesse” competition.


11:00 am – Captain of Cats Tournament
begins


11:30 am – Day board opens and closes at 1:30
pm


12-12:30 pm – Meeting for retinue of Turk and
Vesta


1:00 pm – 6:00 pm – Court 


6:00(or after court)-6:45 pm – Peerage (Master of Defense)
meeting


6:45 pm – Dinner


9:00 pm – hall cleanup begins and site closes at
10pm.




SUNDAY 13TH:


9:00 am – Moot begins.


11:00 am – SITE CLOSES

LODGING
INFORMATION


Myrtle Holt has reserved blocks of rooms at the following local
Inns, and negotiated significant discounted rates at
each.  


Relative to proximity to the event site itself, the hotels are
listed in order, closest to farther away:



RIVERSIDE INN (Approximately 1 mile from event site)

Address:    986 SW 6th Street, Grants Pass, OR
97526


Phone:   541-476-6873, or 1-800-334-4567


Discounted Rate:   $90.00 per night, double occupancy,
standard K room or QQ room, with an additional $15 per additional
person 13 or older in the same room. Deluxe rooms and Deluxe rooms
with Fireplaces are available at additional cost.  Pet fee is
$25.   Rate guaranteed until 30 days before event. 
Cancellations must be made 30 days in advance.
Booking information:  When you call, please identify yourself
as booking with the group “Society for Creative Anachronism” or
Booking code “1211SOCIETY”



BEST WESTERN GRANTS PASS INN (Approximately 3 miles from event
site)


Address:  111 NE Agness Avenue, Grants Pass, OR 97526


Phone:   541-476-1117


Discounted rate:  $85.00 per night, Standard QQ room,  up
to 4 people per room at no additional charge.  Business
suites, and full suites are available at additional charge. 
Rate guaranteed up to 30 days before event (this would be November
11th, 2015).  Cancellations must be made 30 days in
advance.


Booking information:   If you are calling between the
hours of 9 am – 3 pm Tues-Sat, please ask for Jeanette.  All
other times, whomever

 is on the desk will be able to take your informaiton

.



Please remember, both of these inns have a reasonable number of
rooms.  Should we exceed our initial booking blocks of rooms,
more rooms will be allocated so long as they are available. 
Please book as early as you can because both inns note that during
December they do tend to book up completely.








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