Velkomen! Winter Nights or Old Norse Veturnætur was a Norse winter festival that was initially celebrated in pre-Christian Scandinavia. It was said by Snorri Sturluson that Winter Nights is one of the three most important festivals. This festival also marks the end of the summer and start of the win ter meaning the end of the harvest work and it was a time to celebrate.
In Afonlyn (aka “The Good Eats Shire”), it is traditional to celebrate Winter Nights with a grand feast and dancing and revelry unrivaled. We invite you to join us for this Norse-Themed Event showcasing dinner and dancing and merriment as we set aside the tasks of summer and enjoy the fruits of our labours! Prepaid reservations are HIGHLY recommended: Site Max: 75 People
For Any Questions or to make Reservations:
Frigg’s Favoured (Head Cook):
Solveig in kyrra Thorhallasdottir
The Heorot (2nd Floor)
219 S. Walnut St.
Muncie, IN 47305
When: November 6, 2010
Child(under 6): Free
Family Cap: $45
*(Please note, a Non-Member Surcharge of $5 in addition to the site fee applies to all non-paid members of the SCA. You must provide your blue SCA ID card, your copy of the Pale or your Kingdom Newsletter, or a membership letter from the website to avoid this fee. Family cap does not include NMS, and applies to individuals living in the same household. No exceptions!! Contact Frigg’s Favoured/Autocrat with any questions.)