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Squire's Tourney

April 28th 2012

 !   Schedule of Events
 9:00 am: Site Opens
--Rapier & Armoured Lists opens/ inspections/ authorizations/ pickups
--Kingdom Travel Fund Silent Auction accepting donations

10:00 am: A Simple Tournament (Rapier)

10:00 am: "Calligraphy Basics: getting started" by Lord Pomeroy (Inside)
Description: A class where we can discuss any aspect of lettering from the laying out to the putting ink to paper. I will have paper and ink available for those who would like to start practicing. Left handed? Me too, so come try it out.

11:00 - -Baronial Armoured Combat Champions Tourney
--Lunch Tavern Opens
--Silent Auction bidding opens
--Rapier Lunch Break
Outside (near fencing list) "Introduction to Kumihimo" by Fujinami no Kaede
Description: This is an introduction to making complex Japanese braids.

12:00 - Bronze Ring Challenge (Rapier)

1:00 - --Reversing Reverse Bear Pit (Rapier)

2:00 - Lunch Tavern Closes

2:30pm --Joan’s Tourney (Rapier)

3:30pm --Silent Auction bidding closes

4:00pm --Tavern Brawl (Rapier)
--Community Dancing

5:00pm --Lists Close

6:00pm --Feast

8:00pm --Feast Ends
--Community Dancing (may start earlier if feast ends early)

9:00pm --Site Closes (can be pushed later if the dancing is going well)

10:00pm-10:30pm--Estimated time clean-up is finished


Join us at our Annual Squire's Tourney April 28th, 2012 in the Canton
of Ealdnordwuda.

Lunch Tavern:
A Norman tavern in honor of our Baron

Tavern Keep: Brighid of Ealdnordwuda

Sausages served on a bun
Parsnip tart
A pottage of sausage and apples
Creamy broccoli soup

Northwoods Ale (Coke)
Slimming Northwoods Ale (Diet Coke)


  • This site is dry--alcohol theory classes are welcome, but the church’s policy is dry.
  • Indoors and outdoors fire is prohibited (candles on tables for feast might be provided by the staff for ambiance, but please leave your own at home)
  • Archery and thrown weapons are prohibited within the Lansing city limits.

  • Most areas indoors and many parts of the outdoors are wheelchair accessible.

  • Much of the day’s activities take place outdoors: plan garb and daycamps for late April in Michigan weather.

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