The Dominion of Myrkfaelinn invites you to attend our 29th Summer War Practice on the Icelandic Cayuga Seashore by the Waterfall Fjord at the Camp Barton Boy Scout Camp in Trumansburg , NY.
We welcome Fighters, Fencers, and Thrown Weapons users (Archery TBD). Please note there is no indoor space for martial activities, though fencers have been known to use a picnic pavilion for pick-ups.
This camping event has hot showers and modern bathrooms. It is not very handicapped-accessible, though a bathroom is; contact autocrats for details. The site is dry . Pets are not permitted. Merchants are welcome at no extra cost, but must provide their own tables and will be outdoors.
The site opens at 6:00 pm on Friday, June 17th and closes at 12 noon on Sunday, June 19th. Any campers remaining after noon will be pressed into service to the Dominion.
No on-board feast is planned. A scrumptious sideboard will be available during the day, including easy-to-snag fighter energy. Sideboard questions or concerns may be directed to Lady Lidia at email@example.com . Firepits and charcoal grills will be available for those wishing to create their own feasts.
Site fee is $8 per adult, $4 for minors, free for babes-in-arms (under 5). An additional $3 will be charged for those wishing to camp either Friday or Saturday night or both (one fee covers both nights). Please make checks payable to: SCA Inc- Dominion of Myrkfaelinn.
The event planner for this event is Don Matteo Pesci Email: keary2ATjunoDOTcom. Autocrat on site at the event will be Master John the Pell. Further details on this event are available at our website: http://myrkfaelinn.aethelmearc.org/events/2011-06.html or by reading the next Aestel.
Directions: From the South and East, make your way to Ithaca and head north on Rt 89. Approximately 3/4 mile after Taughannock Falls State Park, take a right on Frontenac Road at the SCA and Camp Barton signs.
From the North and West, take Rt 90 (Thruway) to exit 42. Head south on Rt 96 to Interlaken. Take a left on Cayuga Street/Rt 141 for approx 3/4 mile. Take a right onto Rt 89 and head south for approx 6 miles. Take a left onto Frontenac Rd.