Event Summary

Event Main Contact (Event Steward): Thorun
Date: December 17 , 2011
Site opens at: 12:00 AM on December 17th 2011
Site closes at: 12:00 AM

Event site:
Luxton Hall
1040 Marwood Ave. Victoria, BC V9C 3C4

sound of music and song carries on the fall breeze, once again
heralding Seagirt’s Bardic Championship!

December 17th, come one and all to enjoy the display of our
Barony’s artistic talent as they compete for the right to be named
Bardic Champion of Seagirt. Those who wish to compete please
contact Event Steward Thorun, mka Michelle Boyer, at queenofspook@hotmail.com.
Details of the format will be posted soon.
Don’t forget to bring your
appetite’s and sweet tooth’s as there will be a
wonderful savoury meal – the details of our feast will follow
soon – followed by the traditional Feast of the Immaculate
Confection – more information on this competition can be found at
the end of this missive. 
Onboard tickets: Adult $15,
Youth(13-18) $10, Child $5
Offbard tickets: Adult $10, Youth(13-18) $5, Child FREE
$5 NMS applies
will be on sale November 1st, and the cut off will be Dec 3rd for
Onboard and Dec 10th for Offboard. All tickets must be
pre-purchased only; you will NOT be able to purchase them at the
To acquire tickets, please contact Ticket Mistress
Findabhair at 250-813-1718 or by email at
For those that are out of town, please send your info and cheque
(made payable to the Barony of Seagirt) to Event Steward Thorun at
the address below:
Michelle Boyer
2734 Heron St
Victoria, BC   V8R 6A2
Site Info:
Luxton Hall
1040 Marwood Ave
Victoria, BC   V9C 3C4


Feast of the Immaculate Confection – Yule
2011   Dessert Contests


There will be three judges, to be
named at the event. The judges reserve the right to not award a
prize in any category where there is only one entry.  There
will be a separate table for those desserts that are entered in the
contests. Prizes will include cookbooks (“A Mediterranean
”&  “Pleyn Delit”),
some rare spices, and a selection of  cooking and  baking



1.  Best entry made by a child
or youth  (18 and under)  –   One prize


2.  Best tasting 
–   One prize awarded, winner to be chosen out of all
contest entries.


3.  Best use of medieval

 Three prizes awarded in the categories: Novice, Intermediate,


Best subtlety representing a person, beast or object (suitable to
the occasion)

 Three prizes awarded in the categories:  Novice,
Intermediate, Senior

Subtleties are at their best as elaborate edible constructions that
‘seem to be other than what they are’.  Subtleties
do not need to be sweet, and do not necessarily contain medieval
ingredients.  The design may represent something medieval or
something pertaining to the SCA.

= first time entry in foods

Intermediate = 2nd or
3rd time entry in foods contest

Senior = experienced


more information, or if you would be willing to act as judge
to  the contest


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