The Barony-Marche of the Debatable Lands is pleased to host the next Crown Tournament of AEthelmearc, to determine the Heirs for Their Sylvan Highnesses Malcolm and Tessa.
Crown Tournament will be held outside, rain or shine, on Saturday, May 08, 2010 at the Unitarian Universalist Church of the North Hills (UUCNH, 12359 W. Ingomar Rd, Pittsburgh, PA 15237.) The site opens at 10am and closes at 7pm.
A procession of entrants will be planned for noon, with a scheduled 1pm start of the tournament. Remember that this is our kingdom's Crown Tournament, so finery and heraldry are encouraged.
There will be an all-day sideboard by the hand of Master Creador Twinedragon (Douglas Dillon, ebisu80 (AT) hotmail (DOT) com) available starting at 11am. Please email the head cook with any special dietary needs.
All those wishing to set up pavilions around the field should contact Lord Ogami Arashimoto no Shirou aka Shiro (David Jones, Shironokaminari (AT) gmail (DOT) com) for arrangements. Priority will be given to those participating in the tournament.
There should be ample parking, including an overflow lot nearby, but please direct all parking questions to the autocrats. In addition, all those willing to help with cleanup are welcome to stay and assist after the event is over. The site is dry so please respect those wishes. Open flames are allowed.
The event fee for the day is $10 for adults (6-12 half price, 5 and under free, family cap of $25) with proof of SCA membership. A non-member surcharge of $3 per person will be charged at the door for those without proof of SCA membership.
The autocrats can be reached at wcanne (AT) gmail (DOT) com), fredeburg (AT) gmail (DOT) with mentoring by Mistress Arianna of Wynthrope arianna_wyn (AT) yahoo (DOT) com.) Reservations can be sent to Hildarun Hugelmann with a cutoff date of April 31. Please make checks (*do not include the $3 NMS*) payable to "SCA Inc - Barony Marche of Debatable Lands."
If you have questions please do not hesitate to contact us.
Don Clewin Kupferhelbelinc
Freifrau Fredeburg von Katzenellenbogen