Three Mountains Yule 2022


Hosted in-person by Device of Three Mountains

The Barony of Three Mountains (Clackamas & Multnomah Counties, OR)

Event Summary

Event Main Contact (Event Steward): HL Kendryth filia Gerald
Date: December 10 , 2022
Online meeting begins at: 8:00 AM on December 10th 2022
Online meeting ends at: 6:00 PM

Event site:
St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church
11265 SW Cabot Street Beaverton, OR 97005


Barony of Three Mountains Yule

Date:  Saturday, December 10, 8am – 8pm

Barony of Three Mountains

Event Steward:  HL Kendryth filia Gerald,

Event Fee:  Free, Pre-Registration Required

Site Address:  St. Barts Episcopal Church, 11265 SW Cabot Street, Beaverton, OR 97005


Lords, Ladies, Armigers, Good Gentles All – It is with deepest pride and greatest pleasure that we welcome you.  And now we invite you to relax, let us pull up a chair as HL Kendryth filia Gerald and the Barony of Three Mountains proudly presents:  Yule!

Bid welcome to the Sparkling Season in true Three Mountains fashion at St. Bart’s Episcopal Church on December 10th.  Our event staff has been working hard to bring you an event that you are going to be talking about for time to come.  Take a moment to peruse the menu of activities we have dreamed up for your entertainment:

  • Youth Championship
  • Thrown Weapons Championship
  • Heavies Fighting
  • Rapier Dueling
  • The Great 3M Baking Competition
  • Largesse Derby 
  • Silent Auction (to take part in the Silent Auction, please contact Mistress Kattera Giese)
  • Quest for Children 
  • Gifts for Children
  • Classes
  • A Sumptuous Feast 

Mark your social calendars now for 3M Yule on December 10th.  Be sure to regularly check the 3M Facebook page for updates on the classes and competitions.  Please note:  This event is free; however, to ensure we have ample and convenient parking for all, we are requiring pre-registration to attend the event.  Guest limit is 150 persons.  Reservations are transferrable, and, if unclaimed, will expire at 11am the day of the event.  Pre-registration information will also be published on the 3M event site and FB page.

We look forward to having you be our guest!


This event includes the following activities and/or services:
Royal Presence - Queen
Is conducted online
Has Classes
Offers Youth & Family activities
Has Heavy Fighting activities
Has Thrown Weapon activities
Has Arts & Sciences activities
Offers a feast or meal

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Registration Information

Pre-Registration is required for this event.  Guest limit is 150 persons.  Pre-Registration Form Link:


Registrations are transferrable.  If, sadly, you are unable to join us and would like to transfer your reservation to another party, please contact our Pre-Reg Steward, Mistress Toline of Arundel, at, or the Event Steward, HL Kendryth filia Gerald, at

All reservations expire at 11am December 10th and become open to the general public at that time.

Event Schedule


Time Activity Location
8:00am Site Opens

Silent Auction Items Accepted, Displayed

10:00am Opening Court Main Hall
11:00am Pre-Registrations Expire Gate
11:30-12:00pm Children’s Quest Around site
11:30-12:30pm Newcomers Petting Zoo Library
11:30-1:30pm Thrown Weapons Championship Back Garden
12:00-12:30pm Father Christmas Photos Front Entrance
12:00-3:30pm Largesse Derby Front Entrance
12:30-2:30pm Rapier Dueling Front of Building
12:30-1:00pm Great Three Mountains Baking Competition Judging Main Hall
12:45-2:45pm Capsule Wardrobe Class Library
1:00-2:00pm Bardic Competition Nave
2:00-4:00pm Heavies Fighting Back Garden
3:00-4:00pm Holiday Ornament Workshop Library
3:30-4:00pm Largesse Derby Judging Front Entrance
4:00-5:45pm Closing Court

Winners Announced

Main Hall
5:45-8:00pm Feast Main Hall
8:00pm Site Closes

Meal Information

Check back for more details on our sumptuous feast!

Tournament Information

Thrown Weapons Championship – This will be a Yule-themed ax, knife, and spear tournament. There will be three log targets and three hay bales set up at three different distances. (Logs: 10, 12, and 15 feet. Bales: 15, 17, and 20 feet.) Each person will get three throws with each weapon at each target. The point values will increase the further away the target is.

Then, after the axe, knife, and spear rounds, there will be one final round with the highest point value. Each person will get the chance to defend the children of Three Mountains and defeat Krampus himself. There will be a life-sized target shaped like Krampus set at 15 feet away. Each participant gets three throws only, but with their choice of ax, knife, or spear. The target will be constructed using 4×4 cross-sections.
Weather permitting, I will set things up early to allow for some practice throws. And as a side note, I am declining to defend my title. So, one of you will be the next Three Mountains Thrown Weapons Champion!!!

Heavies Fighting

Rapier Dueling

The Great 3M Baking Competition – This is a 3-phase competition based on the hit show, “Great British Baking Show.”  Compete individually or a team, and bake in the comfort of your own home!  Bring your completed dishes to Yule – along with a complete ingredients list – where they can be displayed and judged by our esteemed panel of experts.  Winner will get a fabulous prize!

First phase of the competition is the Signature Bake:  competitors will be asked to make 6 hand pies.  Any crust, any filling – you are limited only by your own creativity!

Second phase of the competition is the Technical Challenge:  competitors will need to make six decorated cookies.  Any type of cookie, any icing, any design.  You are unlimited by your options!

Final phase of the competition is the Showstopper Challenge, and wow is it going to live up to its name!  For this challenge, we are asking competitors to make a fully decorated cake!  Any type of cake, any filling, but it must be fully decorated.  Really let your imagination shine!

If you are interested in taking part in this competition, please email with your Team Name, and get to planning your exciting baked offerings!

Please remember – as this involves edible offerings, you will need to include a full and complete list of your ingredients.

Largesse Derby – There will be a Dirty Dozen Largesse Derby to help bring the artisans of Three Mountains together and create lovely items for Their Excellencies to share with other Baronies and people of the populace.

The basic rules for the Dirty Dozen Largesse Derby

  •  All entrants must create 12 similar items that are suitable for largesse. (please no food or perishable items)
  • All entries must be tagged with the makers name, and ready to be gifted the day of the competition.
  • Items do not need to be documentable, just SCA relevant. Be as Creative as you want to be. Flex your artsy-craftsy muscles!
  • Items should not have any heraldry on them (as they are meant to be given to other areas and general gifts).
  • Judging will be in two parts. A Populace vote and a Special Award from their Excellencies.
  • Participation in the Judging is voluntary. (you can still display your largesse donation without being voted on)
  • How to vote: Each entrant display will have a cup placed next to it and anyone may put a provided token into the accompanying cup to vote for their favorite.
  • The entrant with the most tokens in their cup by evening court can choose one item from each the other entries as a prize.
  • The Special Award for their Excellencies favorite can chose one item from the remaining entries.
  • After the Derby, the remaining 11 items from each entry will be given to Their Excellencies to be used as largesse from the Barony.

Examples of 12 items suitable for largesse:

– 12 needle books
– 12 Mugs
– 12 hats from different (or the same) period(s)
– 12 children’s toys
– 12 rings
– 12 pairs of socks

It can be whatever you want it to be. Let us show the populace of An Tir the talent, generosity, and creativity of Three Mountains.

Bardic Competition – So this is a hybrid, MC’d contribution…

There will be song books, it will be a pick pass or play round robin competition. What the heck is that? Settle you back and listen…
The BARONY is encouraged to show up, take a songbook, and sing in choir with one another. The MC, will move things along and call the pieces so the energy and good cheer keeps flowing. If you want to compete for the Bardic Prize, a magnificent WARM handmade dragon Quilt, you will find me, YOUR MC (Decimus Felix) AND competitor to sign up.
Audience members will have 3 stones to vote with. After each competitor goes, there will be a receptacle passed round for the audience to vote.
The theme for competitors will be GRATITUDE and SERVICE. Your 8 minute or less story, or 4 minute or less SONG/Poem must be conform to the theme.

Youth and Family Activities

Children’s Quest – Before you take part in the Youth Championship, go on a magical quest!  Many surprises are in store, so we can’t share too many secrets here. 🙂
Hosted by Sarra Blackthorne

Photos with Father Christmas – Have the kids meet Father Christmas and have a photo taken!  Gifts will be handed out to all children, so make sure you have them pre-registered!
Hosted by Sarra Blackthorne

Classes Offered

Newcomers Petting Zoo – Casual meet and greet with friendly experts in various disciplines across the Society who will be bringing their works/tools and sharing their knowledge for newcomers to enjoy!
11:30-12:30pm, Library
Hosted by L Dangereuse de Perigueux

Capsule Wardrobe Class – Learn what basic pieces you need to form a cohesive Roman and/or Scythian wardrobe, suitable to support you during a 2-3 day event!
12:45-2:45pm, Library
Hosted by HL Ulaan, Roman Instructor: TBD; Scythian Instructor: Baroness Vivien nic Uldoon, OP

Holiday Ornament Workshop – Fashion fun and festive holiday ornaments to take home!  Each one guaranteed to bring up happy memories of your spectacular time at 3M Yule!
3:00-4:00pm, Library
Hosted by Sarra Blackthorne

Emergency Preparedness Information

Although the SCA complies with all applicable laws to ensure the health and safety of our event participants, we cannot eliminate the risk of exposure to infectious diseases during in-person events. By participating in the in-person events of the SCA, you acknowledge and accept the potential risks. You agree to take any additional steps to protect your own health and safety and those under your control as you believe to be necessary.

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