Yule Feast

 

Event Summary

Event Main Contact (Event Steward): Tai Tjorkillsdatr
Date: December 15 , 2007
Site opens at: 12:00 AM on December 15th 2007
Site closes at: 12:00 AM



Yule feast and champions’ tournaments

DECEMBER 15TH

 

‘Tis the season for celebration, for good food, good fighting and good friends!  The Barony of Vulkanfeldt invites one and all to join us at our Annual Yule Feast and Champions’ Tournaments.  Three new champions will be made, Heavy Fighting, Rapier fighting and Arts and Sciences.  This is an Indoor fighting area.  Come try your skill against our current champions, win word fame and glory and then enjoy a feast fit for Valhalla.

 

No Outside Alcohol Will Be Permitted.  There will be a no-host-bar with drinks available for purchase at the feast.  No alcohol is allowed at the tournament location.

 

Site fee is $12.00 for members 14 and older, $8.00 for youths 5 – 13, children 4 and under are free.  There is a $3.00 non-member surcharge in effect.  Make checks payable to SCA, Inc Barony of Vulkanfeldt.  Please email reservations to Tai so we have an idea of how many will be there.  Site fee will be collected at the gate.

 

Site Info:  Gate opens at 11:00 AM and closes at 10:00 PM.  Armor inspection begins at 11:30, fighting begins at Noon.  The feast hall opens at 3:00 PM and food will be served at 5:00 PM.

 

Autocrat:  Tai Tjorkillsdatr – moc.liamtoh@ebircsiaT – 509-865-4432, No calls after 8:00 PM

Feastocrat: HL Reggina O’Duncan – moc.loa@mehCWU – 509-865-3500, No calls after 8:00 PM

Feastocrat: HL Megan O'Meagher 

 

Directions to Site: From Yakima head south on I-82, take exit 37 to US-97. Go south approximately 15 miles to Toppenish. Stay on the highway, go through the second stop light and turn left on Division Road. Proceed to the National Guard Armory at 326 S. Division, Toppenish, WA 98948 for the tournaments. The feast will take place at the Eagles Lodge at 515 Division, Toppenish, WA 98948.

 

 

If you would like to provide entertainment during our feast please contact the autocrat.  If you have any questions regarding the champions’ tournaments please contact the baron or baroness of Vulkanfeldt at moc.liamtoh@yelhsAdnafloR.

 

Currently we are working on getting a Junior Heavy fighter tournament (non-champion) going, but we need to get volunteers to run lists, marshal, and herald it (as well as possibly sponsoring a prize).  If you are interested in taking this on, and are an Authorized Junior Heavy marshal, please contact the autocrat.

 

There will be more information, including a menu, upcoming soon.

 

 

 

Barony of Vulkanfeldt Arts & Sciences

Criteria & Guidelines for Championship Competition

& Populace Choice

 

Entrants may submit a maximum of three (3) completed items.  An item may be entered into the Arts & Sciences Baronial Championship Competition, the Populace Choice, or it can be in both.   Documentation is highly encouraged for the Populace Choice, but is required for the A&S Baronial Competition.  An entrant may not be awarded both the Populace Choice and the Baronial Championship.  In the event the same person receives both recognitions, the Populace Choice would be awarded to the runner up to the Populace Choice.

 

There is no age limit for items entered, i.e., you may have made them several years ago. Items cannot have won a prior baronial (any barony) or higher-level contest.  You are responsible for setting up your entries.  Items must be displayed throughout the afternoon and may be removed after the feast.  Entrants are not required to remain with their items. 

 

Documentation: 

All Arts & Sciences Competition entries must have documentation.  Documentation is not required for the Populace Choice. Typed documentation preferred, but neat handwriting is acceptable.  Please make sure that your name is at the top of the documentation.  Documentation should be concise and easy to read.  It should be free from spelling and grammatical errors.  We ask that documentation not exceed three pages including photographs and drawings with the minimum being a paragraph and photo.

 

Documentation should explain what the item is, who used it, how it was used, time and placement of piece, explanation of materials, ingredients, techniques, or tools used and whether these were period.   Documentation should contain photographs of historical sources that relate to the piece.   A bibliography of the sources used to document the piece should be included.

 

Authenticity:

A piece of work is judged on how historically accurate it is and how close the piece came to actually being period.   Does the documentation prove that the piece would have existed in period?  Are all of the elements used in the piece able to be used with each other in period? (i.e. a cheesecake is period and can be documented but is not authentic if a modern recipe or store bought mix was used.)

 

Design:

The design of the piece should reflect period ideas and concepts.   The documentation of the piece should be able to prove whether the design of a piece is period by the examples of historical pieces that are used.

 

Appearance:

The appearance of the piece should reflect the examples in period. If a piece looks rough and unfinished and there is documentation for that, then the appearance of the piece is completely satisfactory.

 

Workmanship:

Workmanship takes into account the time, care, and thought that went into making and finishing the piece.

 




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