Sept 14- Sept 16, 2012
Vanlue Community Park
201 John St, Vanlue, Ohio
Come join us for a weekend full of Heavy and Rapier Fighting, Archery, Thrown Weapons, A&S Competition, Hound Coursing, Gaming, Artisanís Row, Classes and a Feast (Menu to come)
Northern Oaken Regional Craftpersons Faire !!!
More Information to come!
Site opens Fri. 5:00 pm closes Sun.
Gate opens Fri. 5:00 pm to , Sat.
Day Trip Adult $10, Child (6-12) $5.00, under 5 Free
Camping Adult At Door $15, Child at Door $7, under 5 Free Family Cap: $30
Merchant Fee: $10 (only site/camp fee)
Non-Members Surcharge: $5 per adult
Feast $12 Currently limited to 68 gentiles
Currently limited to 68 gentiles
Camping Adult $13, Day Trip Adult $10, Child $5
Jennifer Conner, 1709 S. Main St., Findlay,
Make checks payable to "SCA Inc. Canton of Catteden."
Above Ground Firepits Only - Bardic Fire in camping area is the only one allowed to be dug - Bardic Circle starts at 10pm on Friday and Saturday night. All are welcome to gather around the fire (please keep noise ordinance in mind)Noise Ordinance of 10PM
There is indoor plumbing on site
Handicap only parking near campsites
Site is discretely damp: You bring it, you take it
North Oaken Craftspersons Faire
The Craftpersons Faire is the place to display period and SCA culture items, works in progress, a body of work and authentic artifacts (reproductions of period artifacts).
Items must have been finished between October 2011 and Pounce.
This display is not judged; no documentation is required.
Entries must be in place by 10:00am and picked up by 4:30pm.
Artists and crafters are encouraged to sit with their display so that they can answer questions from the populace.
If you canít stay with your display, please leave a notebook so that comments can be left.
Any entry that is designed to be consumed, such as food or beverages, must have a complete ingredient list posted with the entry.
Brewing & vintning entries must have an adult over the age of 21 stay with the entry for the duration of the Faire. Only gentles of legal drinking age will be permitted to sample brewing and vinting entries.
Performance entries can sign up for a time slot that morning no later than 10:00am. The performance schedule will be posted and heralded at the event.
There is no entry fee. Registration is not required, but if you have special requirements, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com no later than 9/10/2012.
MOAS Tea is 1:00 - 3:00 pm.
Pounce Feast 2012
Lady Vashty Bat Abraham
Second in command
Raw Cukes and Onion Salad
Egg Plant and Yogurt Salad
The dish Misri Egyption Beef
Honeyed Rice pudding
Located in the Troll Building
Come bid on a variety of items and help the Canton of Catteden raise money for their group
Auction Hours: Friday: 5pm-midnight, Saturday: 8am-3pm
Winners will be announced following court and before feast
Items need paid for and picked up before Sunday at noon. We will not ship items to you.
Bad Ass Garb
A&S at Covered Shelter House
A&S at Old Concessions Shelter House
Silent Auction Opens
Noise Ordinance in Effect
Silent Auction Opens
List Opens, Inspections & Auths
Range Opens, warm up & begin archery class 10:00 AM
A&S Voting Begins
Pick Up Fighting
Morning Royal Rounds - Championship 11:00 AM
Artisan Row Opens
How to Teach an SCA Class
Lunch 01:00 PM
Rings on Their Fingers: Making Medieval Wire Rings
How to Autocrat
Single Elimination Tourney
Afternoon Royal Rounds 02:00 PM
Making your First Scroll
Endurance Tourney 03:00 PM
Using the Internet to Access Primary Sources
A&S Voting Closes, Silent Auction Closes
Range Closes 05:30 PM
Court Ė Dependent on TE or TH
Noise Ordinance in Effect
Site Closes (Remain only if you wish to be put to work)
Title: Rings on Their Fingers: Making Medieval Wire Rings
Instructor: THL Elizabethe Alles
Length: 1.5 hours
Class fee for handout and materials: $1
Description: Learn to make simple medieval jewelry with supplies and
tools you can get at your local craft store. Participants must be
able to safely use wirecutters. Supply fee covers the handout and
wire. The instructor will provide a limited number of tools.
Participants who would like to bring their own tools should bring a
ring mandrel, needlenose pliers, and flushcutters.
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