[ATL] Manannan Mac Lir XXXII

Cold winds and snow may dominate the Northern reaches of our fair Kingdom, but here in the South, winter means camellias and time to fight for the Broach of Manannan.

Join us for an exciting weekend of fighting, feasting and revelry as we celebrate the Celtic god of the sea!

Martial Activities: There will be a double elimination tourney for both heavy and rapier categories. Target Archery will also be offered as well! Horses Demo too!

Arts & Sciences Activities: There will be an A&S competition with ocean theme & an open competition for children. Brewing competition, ingredients lists and doc for A&S are required. Scroll blanks as well!

Cost: Make Checks Payable To: SCA, Inc., Tear Sea's Shores
Adult, Members: $7.00 Day Trip, $8.00 Feast,
Adult, Non-members: $12.00 Day Trip, $8.00 Feast
Youth, 6-17: $5.00 Day Trip, $8.00 Feast
Children, 0- 5: $0.00 Day Trip, $0.00 Feast

There is a Bed & Breakfast on site with limited availability, first come, so book early! These rooms are $75.00 per room, per night. Most rooms sleep 4, some sleep 6. Please contact 803-267-3882

Feast: A sumptuous Irish feast will be prepared by Lord Duncan MacOwen & Lady Asta knarrarbringa. Dietary concerns can be sent to bnkgreer@gmail.com.

Site: Broxton Bridge Plantation, 1685 Broxton Bridge Road Ehrhardt, SC 29081

Site restrictions: Site is wet. Dogs (leashed and picked up after) are welcome. They are not allowed in the buildings but Kennels are provided at no charge on a first come basis with vaccine certificates.

Autocrat's Information: Alexandra Linden Gangefyer sandrap7[AT]yahoo.com Please contact for information on Merchanting.
Reservations: Countess Alysandra the Whyte Moor alysandravh[AT]countess.sca.org

Directions:We recommend this route rather than depending on Google maps or navigation systems: From I-95, exit 57 (Walterboro). Turn WEST onto Bells Hwy/SC Hwy 64. Go 13.3 miles to Cayce Rd. There will be a gas on left a mile or two before this street. Turn left onto Cayce Rd, go 9.2 miles until it ends at a "T" intersection of Broxton Bridge Road.