Let the word go forth that the Shire of Sterlynge Vayle will be hosting Heralds and Scribes on April 2, 2011 at the Trinity Memorial Church, 44 Main St., Binghamton NY.
The Site opens to the populace at 9:00am and closes at 7:00pm. We are planning classes from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Anyone found still lingering in the halls or classrooms after 6:00 p.m. may be pressed into service for site clean up.
Lord Perote Gormal Campbell returns to Sterlynge Vayle this year to delight our taste buds with a bountiful dayboard available from 11AM to 3PM so that none will have to worry about missing a class. Please direct any dietary concerns to him at sterlyngevaylefeast @ gmail DOT com.
Fees for this day of learning and sharing will be as follows: Adults: $12.00; Youth (13-17): $8.00; Children (5-12): $6.00; and free for babes under 5. We will collect the $5.00 non-member fee at the gate from those not carrying proof of current membership. The Autocrat and Reservationist is Lady Nest verch Gruffydd, email: ladybriant at gmail dot com. The only reservation is a paid reservation. Checks should be made payable to “SCA, Inc. - Shire of Sterlynge Vayle”
The Scribal tract of classes will be coordinated by Maestra Gianna di Aurelio email at giannadiaurelio @ comcast . net
The Heraldic tract of classes is being coordinated by Dame Margaret Makafee email at: keystoneherald at aeheralds dot net
Directions: Find your best route to Binghamton, New York (we are fortunate to be directly on route 81 and route 17/I-86.) Use Exit 5 off I-81 North or South via NYS 17/I-86 or I-81. Exit 5 serves Broome Community College and downtown Binghamton and empties into Front Street/US Rte 11. Turn left (south) onto Front Street. Drive south to the intersection of Front Street and Main Street. Turn right onto Main Street and drive one block. Trinity Episcopal Church will be on the corner on your right, turn right onto Oak Street. Parking is available in the parking lots on your right beyond the church.