The day's fighting scenarios will include open field, bridge and castle battles. We even have a real castle! For those inclined to more gentle arts, there will be an open A&S display as well as classes throughout the day. Our wonderful Baroness Kisayia will be coordinating Kids Activities. We shall also hold a Youth Combat practice. To top off the day, a delicious feast will be prepared by Master Robear and His Excellency, Count Valharic.
Site: TCA Farm, 2239 Center Road, Booneville, NC 27011 - This is a primitive site with bathhouses. Space is available for both modern and period tenting. Site opens at 4pm on Friday and closes at 1pm on Sunday.
Site Restrictions: This is a WET site, please be responsible. Pets are allowed but must remain on a leash at all times. Merchants Welcome!
Autocrat: Christian the German (Chris Walters) Christian1095@carolina.rr.com
On Board/On Site: $16.00*
Off Board/On Site: $10.00*
On Board/Off Site: $13.00*
Off Board/Off Site: $7.00*
Children (5-17): $6.00 off
Children (0-4): Guests of the Barony
*Please add $3.00 non-member surcharge if you are not an SCA, Inc. member.
Reservations: Asszony Bessenyei Rozsa (Rachel Wojcik) email@example.com
MiC: Sir Dagonet de Marlow - email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Arts & Sciences Activities:
9-10am: A Bliaut: The controversial garment of the 12th century.
Trebuchet (likely a 1/2 day class)
Chinese Clothing 101
Middle Eastern Culture. Location: Bathhouse.
Middle Eastern Music Jam
Introduction to Support Spinning
Intro to Card Weaving (2hours)
Lucet Beyond Basics
Kids Activities: Her Excellency, Baroness Kisaiya - email: email@example.com
Youth Combat: Lady Neca and Sanooke of the Tuchux - email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Take your best route to I-77 North from Charlotte, take Exit 82. At end of ramp, turn right on Highway 67. In less than 1/2 mile, turn right on Messick Road. Proceed to the end of Messick road, and turn left onto Center Road. You will see a BP Gas station after approx. 6 miles on the left, (it's the only gas station on center road) 1.4 miles past the BP station is a castle 200 yards off the road on the right side.