The Canton of Grey Gargoyles Presents

Stone Dog X

March 15, 2014
Ida Noyes Hall - University of Chicago
1212 East 59th St. Chicago, IL 60637
Site opens at 9 AM, closes at 10 PM
(Site is handicapped accessible)


9:00am - Gate opens
10:00am - Games open, Rapier begins
11:00am - Classes begin
11:30am - Lunch Tavern opens
4:00pm - Dinner Tavern opens
6:30pm - Baronial Court and Dessert Service
7:00pm - Auction


Games of chance and skill, rapier fighting, a tavern brawl (adults-only pillow fight), and more!

Our day of betting will culminate in the famous Stone Dog auction.
Use your coins to win treasure!


Celtic Sun
Knitwerks & Fabulous Finds


Event Steward: Lady Susanna the Short (Susan Mickelson)
P: 630-212-5886 (no calls after 10 PM Central) - E:
Head Cook: Master Thomas Pennygton -
Gatekeeper: Lady Bojei Temur -
Merchant Wrangler: Baroness Sarafina Sinclair -


Site Fee: $5 for 13 years and older
$3 for ages 4-12
Ages 3 and under free
($5 nonmember surcharge will apply)
Lunch Tavern: $5
Dinner Tavern:$5 or A la carte pricing
Merchant fee: One item donated to auction (or $10);
a second item donated if you need a second table (based on availability).


Lunch tavern will open at 1130am.
Dinner Tavern will start at 4pm.

Reservations/checks to: Kate Bercaw-Hartl
246 N Wilmette - Westmont, IL 60559
Checks payable to: SCA IL Inc - Grey Gargoyles


Ida Noyes Hall - 59th Street and Woodlawn Ave., Chicago IL 60637. Find the best route to I-90/I-94 in South Chicago. Take I-90/I-90 and exit at Garfield Blvd. (55th St.) Turn east immediately and proceed past 5 stoplights. Cross Martin Luther King Drive and enter park. At the Y in the road go right. This will lead you onto the Midway Plaisance (59th St.) Go to Woodlawn Ave, turn left and park. Ida Noyes Hall is on the northeast corner of Woodlawn and Midway. See map for details.

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Last Updated: 3/10/2014