The Barony of the Lonely Tower wishes to invite you to our Twelfth Night Celebration, "1066: Huscarls Prepare For Battle!" on January 8, 2011, from 9am to 9pm.
First United Methodist Church
7020 Cass St.
Omaha, NE 68132
Driving Directions From Staff:
Best Route to Interstate 80
Take the 72nd St exit. Turn North.
At the intersection of Cass and 72nd Streets, turn right.
First United Methodist Church is on the North side of Cass St. across from the Omaha Community Playhouse. Parking is located in the north and west parking lots. Building entrances will be marked.
Site opens at 9:00 A.M. and will close at 9:00 P.M.
* $10 for Adult members.
* $5 Non-Member Surcharge applies to non-members that are not given a discounted site fee.
* $5 for Ages 5 - 12. (NMS does not apply; this is a discounted fee.)
* Children under 5 are free. (NMS does not apply; this is no fee.)
* $10, Limited seats available; please note that site is VERY DRY (no alcohol permitted).
Please be aware that those 18 and under are considered minors by Nebraska law, and will need a waiver to attend events in our Barony.
Reservations / Pre-registration:
Send reservations to the Event Steward (contact info below).
Make checks payable to "SCA Inc, Barony of The Lonely Tower"
Requiem for A Huscarl A&S Competition and Display
Showcase your skills with examples of Anglo-Saxon culture in eleventh-century England and works inspired by the song Requiem for A Huscarl, words and music by Master Andrixos Seljukroctonis.
There will be:
- Prizes for Best Overall and Best Work Inspired by Requiem for A Huscarl.
- A display-only category open to all.
- A youth prize for competitors 16 and under.
- An invitation for all participants to share their process and inspiration during a Q&A time.
Important Information for Participants:
- No alcohol or weapons allowed, per site restrictions [see below]. (Contact A&S Coordinator with questions.)
- Schedule will allow fighters time to participate in A&S after the lists close.
Bardic Concert and Competition
Premiere a new work to warm the blood against winter's chill, and challenge your fellow bards for word-fame as well as a prize! The performance of old works is welcome and encouraged at the concert.
"Dear Harold/William": A Medieval Letter-Writing A&S Competition
Prize to be a Wax Tablet made by His Excellency Conde Fernando Rodriguez de Falcon (better known as "Ferd"). Details to be found on the "Dear Harold/William" page.
Site Restrictions :
* No Personal Weapons Are Allowed!
* Site is VERY Dry! Alcohol is not allowed on site.
Be a Merchant: Merchants will be juried, to submit your interest to be a Merchant, or if you have any questions, please contact the Merchant Coordinator (see their contact info below).
Event Steward: Anne von Weingarten
Feast Steward: Edwin MacKay
Merchant Coordinator: Sorcha Ingen Ni Mhaolain
A & S Coordinator:
Caoilfhionn inghen Cheallaigh