[MID] Brendokenfest 2009

The Barony of Brendoken cordially invites you to attend Brendokenfest 2009, to be held April 25 at the Tuscarawas County Fairgrounds in Dover, Ohio.

Plans are underway for a full day of fun including armoured and rapier combat, equestrian activities, arts and sciences [Arts and Sciences, a broad term covering the many aspects of creating the things people needed in everyday life in the Middle Ages. Generally, ] , performing arts, and merchants. This event will also include Brendoken's baronial championship competitions, but the event is a regular event and not just of interest to the Brendoken populace.

After a day of fighting, shopping, and fun of all sorts, enjoy a themed 15th Century English feast prepared by Giles fitz Alan and his team.

Site Information
Site opens at 9:30 a.m. and closes at 9:30 p.m. This is an indoor/outdoor site with lots of room, and it is easily wheelchair accessible. Dress for the weather, as you will need to move between buildings (a short distance, but outdoors) even if you are not participating in fighting or equestrian activities.

We will have plenty of seating for feast and court, but you may wish to bring chairs or benches for your day camp.

There is ample on-site free parking. This is a dry site.

Site Fees:
Pre registered or at gate $6.00 adult, $3.00 child 5-12, children under 5 free Fees do not include adult non-member surcharge [Non-member surcharge, a fee levied on event attendees who are not paid SCA members. This fee is in addition to other site and feast fees, and is used by the organization to defray the cost of providing liability insurance and other corporate-level expenses.] of $3.00.

Feast Fees:
Seated diners (any age) pre-registered $9.00
Seated diners (any age) at gate $10.00
Servers $5.00
Feast quantities are limited to 64 seated diners plus 9 servers.

Directions
Take your best route to Dover, Ohio via Interstate 77. From the interstate, take exit 83 for OH-211/OH-39 toward Sugarcreek/Dover. Follow OH-39, which is also North Tuscarawas Avenue, toward Dover and New Philadelphia for about 1.7 miles total. Just after you cross the Tuscarawas River, you will see the fairgrounds on your left. Proceed into the fairgrounds gate and bear to the right.

Beginning at the bottom of the ramps from I-77, we will have "SCA" signs that have a black and green (per pale) background with yellow lettering and directional arrows.

Autocrat: Justinos Tekton called Justin, justin@4th.com
Deputy: Ursula the Widow, ursula@4th.com
Troll and Pre-Registration: Hugh the Silent, hugh@cannet.com
Feastocrat: Giles fitz Alan, gilesfitzalan@columbus.rr.com