[ANS] Elfsea Defender

Alejandro and Amalia, Baròn y Baronesa de Elfsea, invite one and all to Elfsea Defender, March Thirtieth to April First, Anno Societatis XLVI (2012 AD).

With the assistance of Their current Chivalric, Rapier, Archery, and Equestrian Defenders, Their Excellencies will find those people worthy to be the next Defenders of Elfsea, at the first Baronial Championship tourney of the 2012 season.

There will be a brewers and vintners competition, sponsored by Her Excellency Amalia.

The White Scarves Circle will be held at the convenience of Their Majesties, Aaron and Amelot.

Her Excellency Amalia will hold her vigil on Friday evening. She will be elevated to the Order of the Laurel at Saturday morning court.

Their Excellencies will host a novice chivalric and novice rapier tournament on Sunday. Any combatants with two years or less total time authorized are elegible to compete. While this tournament is not titled, Their Excellencies will provide a prize suitable for the victors.

As at previous events, we will be enjoying the beauty of Camp Jim Braley, just east of Waco, TX.

Fees

    Adults - ages 14 and over - $10
    Children - ages 6 to 13 - $5
    Infants - ages 4 and under - Free
    Minors must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. They may also attend with a 21 year or older adult with a signed and notarized Minor Event Waiver form from the parents/legal guardians.
    Family Site Maximum - $36
    For those persons not presenting proof of SCA membership at the gate, an additional $5 non-refundable surcharge will be assessed.

Prepayment is available via ACCEPS.

Make checks payable to: SCA Inc. - Barony of Elfsea

Site is WET, please use period containers only.

Camping is available and encouraged!

Portable toilet facilities will be on-site.

There are currently no working showers; please plan accordingly.

Directions

From the Longhorn Council website:

Camp Jim Braley is a 300 acre camp located on Tradinghouse Creek Reservoir, 6 miles east of Waco. From downtown Fort Worth, it is approximately 100 miles to the camp gate taking I-35 south to Waco, Loop 340 to Hwy 6, and Hwy 6 to Hallsburg Road.