[ANT] Hogmanay Celtic New Year Feast

It is once more time for Myrtleholt's annual Celtic New Year Feast! Hogmanay is here again! We will again be serving many wonderful dishes; and yes Haggis of course. There will be good food, entertainment, music, good friends, games and lords wash those knees for the famous "Bonnie Knees" contest....and the VERY BEST THING WILL BE ..... A NEW TIME.... since it is the middle of WINTER and we have had SNOW and all that nasty stuff we realize it is hard for many to come so far ...SO...we will be SERVING DINNER AT 4:00 in the afternoon, giving our guests the choice to leave early or stay and visit as they wish.

If the weather is good there is room out back for some Heavy Armor practice during the day. So come one and all for a wonderful feast and fun in the middle of a long winter.

Don't forget to bring feast gear and please try to wear medieval/renaissance type clothing.

AUTOCRAT & COOK: HL Brian Buchanan and HL Keara Rylyn Buchanan

For more information HL Keara Rylyn Buchanan at kearyrlyn@q.com

The site fee will be $8.00 for Adults (16 and up), Children $5.00 (6-15), 5 and under free.There will be a family cap of $25.00 (no SCA Households please) Make checks payable to Shire of Myrtleholt, SCA Inc. Thank You!

Site Info: Kerby Belt Building (RCC extension campus) 24311 Redwood Highway (Hwy 199), Kerby, OR 97531. The site will open at 11am on Sat. Jan 3rd, 2009 and close at 11pm.

Please remember, this is a dry site!

Directions: From the coast: Take your best route to Redwood Hwy 199. Follow 199N into OR thru O'Brien and Cave Junction. Kirby is about 2 miles out of Cave Jct. The Belt Building. will be on the right (Masonic Hall)

From all inland areas: Take your best route to I-5 and then head to Grants Pass. Get off the freeway in Grants Pass and follow the Hwy signs to go to the Coast. You will end up on Redwood Hwy 199. Kerby is 26 miles out of Grants Pass. The Belt Bldg. will be on the left hand side. The site will be marked with SCA signs.