Hosted in-person by
The Barony of Seagirt (Victoria, BC )
Event Main Contact (Event Steward): Morgaine Essex
Date: December 3 , 2022
Site opens at: 10:00 AM on December 3th 2022
Site closes at: 10:00 PM
Eastern Star Hall
3281 Harriet St.
Victoria, BC V82 3S3
EFIT: Armoured practice has been moved to Sunday and no longer a part of the event
Come join Their Excellencies, the Baron & Baroness of Seagirt, as they host the Prince & Princess of Tir Righ to choose the next Siren of Seagirt (Bardic Champion)! There will be other fun and games as well.
The Barony is offering some main dishes (pork stew, lemon chicken, and squash soup) while the populace is invited to bring their own side dishes to add to their dinner. This will be a discreetly damp event (please have your drinks in a period-esque container).
There will be classes and games, and dancing in the hall. The Feast of the Immaculate Confection (period dessert contest) and a festive garb contest (ugly sweater) as well.
Please have all minor waivers and consent forms filled out ahead for all underage children. Forms at http://www.antir.sca.org/Pubs/forms/. Underage children coming without their parents must have forms signed by their parents designating an accompanying adult as their guardian for the event.
8:00am: Set up/Coffee
9:00am: Site Opens
10:00am: Invocation of Champions upstairs (Roving invocations will happen for those who can’t be there for 10am)
10:30am: Classes Start downstairs
11:30am: Music rehearsal upstairs
12:00pm: Lunch service opens downstairs
12:30pm: Rapier practice upstairs
2:30pm: Dance upstairs
4:30pm: Court/Feast Hall set up upstairs
5:00pm: Principality Court
6:30pm: Picnic Feast
During the Feast the following will happen:
-Feast of the Immaculate Confection judging
-Festive Garb judging
-Seagirt Court/Investing Champions
Site clean up
10:00pm: Site closes
Throughout the day there will be Yule tree decoration colouring, banner painting, cookie making (limited spaces), and other shenanigans!
Armoured practice will happen on Sunday! Stay tuned for details
This is a Level 2: Branch Event where no Kingdom or Principality business is expected to be conducted event.
This site is wheelchair accessible, but only from the outside. To transition from upstairs to downstairs, you must go outside to access the ramp. The Upstairs bathroom isn’t accessible for those with larger mobility devices, the downstairs bathrooms are more accessible.
|Adult non-members (including feast): $30
Adult members (including feast): $25
Youth 5-12(including feast): $5
Child 3-5 (including feast): $2
Day fees: Adult non-members: $25
Adult members: $20
Children and Youth, 18 and under: free
|*SCA Members will receive a $5 member discount off the cost listed above.
*This is not a pot-luck*
Food! Glorious food! The Barony is proud to offer 3 dishes for your enjoyment.
Reminder: this is *not* a potluck. Please bring any sides you’d like to enjoy for your own consumption.
Dishes the Barony is providing:
Pepper, salt, ginger, cumin, cinnamon, nutmeg, sugar, and mace, garlic.
The vegetables are: cabbage, turnip, rutabaga, carrots, onions and squash.
It will also have buckwheat.
Lard, chicken, almond milk, leeks, kale, carrot, lemon, salt, pepper, long pepper, nutmeg.
Pork, Barley, Onions, Garlic, Bay, Chicken stock, Carrots, Turnips (likely), Salt and pepper, Thyme, Parsley
Greetings to performers of Insula Magna and beyond!
The Barony of Seagirt seeks a new Champion of the Bardic Arts! Lady Fionnguala is ready to retire and is seeking applicants to compete in her challenge!
The competition will take place at Seagirt’s Yule Celebration during our feast. Your challenge is thus:
One period piece* with documentation not to exceed one page (plus sheet music if you have it, if not lyrics written are fine).
Candidates are also to make a (short but entertaining) address to the populace and Court with a plan on how you will support the Bardic Arts if you are chosen as the winner of the competition. (This can be done before your performance piece).
What we are looking for: Connection and engagement with your audience. A good performance always has a strong connection and engages their audience. Move people to tears, make them laugh, clap, smile; evoke emotions.
For performers who wish to compete, you should make your your interest known to the Baron and / or Baroness before the event, however you can apply up until noon the day of the event because we are inclusive and the season has been a busy one.
To see all the important details of what a candidate receives, is expected to accomplish, and needs to have in order to compete, please see Article 7 of our customary.
*A period performance is defined as a song, story, or other performance that can be plausibly documented prior to 1651. This includes Shakespeare, just sayin’.
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