Royal Visit of Queen Therasa Commins & King Hugh the Little (tourney and feast), November 24, 2007.
Tourney and Activities
Where: at Felixstow Reserve, Broad St, Felixstow.
When: Saturday 24th of November
The tourney site will open in the morning, Lists open at 11:30 and close at 12:00. Opening court is at 12:00. This will be followed by the Heavy and Rapier Tourneys at 12.30pm with the heavy and rapier alternating ie round 1 heavy then round 1 rapier on the same field etc.
Competitions: to be judged during the day
- Pie making (open)
- Banner making (only banners that have not won a prize), the winning banner will put on display at the feast.
At approx ½ way through the larger of the two tourneys the boffer will be run. All other activities will run concurrently.
The day event will include; a heavy tourney, boffer tourney, rapier tourney, children’s activities and dancing.
Feast – Burgundian Theme
Where: at Hillcrest Community Centre, Queensborough Ave, Hillcrest
When: Saturday 24th of November Hall opens 6:30, Feast begins 7:00.
SCA Member adult 20
SCA Member child (5-14yr) 10
College Member 20
Non Member adult 23
Non Member child (5-14yr) 12
Child under 5 yr Free
Closing date: for booking: 17/11/07 The event will end with closing court.
There are two competitions being run at the royal visit:
Any pie can be entered be it sweet or savoury it must be from a documentable source preferably with the original recipe as well as the redacted recipe (if you have had to substitute modern ingredients or cooking practices and why), other entries such as tarts etc should show documentation that it was used as both a pie and the other form.
Any banner, pennon, pennant that has not won a previous A&S competition. All competition entries are to be displayed and judged during the days activities during the tournaments.
Barony of Innilgard (Felixstow, South Australia)