Moorish Tavern XV

Come enjoy four days in the beautiful shire of midewinde at Moorish Tavern XV. This year there is a special focus for the event. We will be focusing on getting some last minute training in for the first march of the Kingdom of Northshield to the battle fields of Pennsic.

August 4-7, 2005 at Lake Metigoshe State Park, Bottineau, ND 58138

Site Opens: 8 a.m. August 4, 2005
Site Closes: Noon August 7, 2005

Site is discretely wet!!!

NO PETS ALLOWED AT SITE!

Note: $3.00 Non-member surcharge applies
Family Cap of $40.00 for site alone or $100.00 for site and feast.

SITE FEES:
Preregistered
Adult (12 and over) $8.00
Children (6-12) $4.00
Under 6 yrs: Free

Non-PreregisteredAdult
Adult (12 and over) $10.00
Children (6-12) $5.00
Under 6 yrs: Free

FEAST:
Arrival Stew and Bread(Thursday)

Come enjoy four days in the beautiful shire of midewinde at Moorish Tavern XV. This year there is a special focus for the event. We will be focusing on getting some last minute training in for the first march of the Kingdom of Northshield to the battle fields of Pennsic.

Regional war practices will take place on Friday for both armored and rapier combat, with plenty of melees on Saturday. A triangle of death Tourney(see activities scheduled for more information) on the armored field taking place on Saturday and a fencing tournament as well (no specific format at this time has been planned). There will be archery and thrown weapon competitions as well on Friday and possibly Saturday. If you don’t want to have to pack up all of your gear to travel to the event that’s ok. There are beds available in two dorms (while there are plenty of beds available please make reservation for the dorms if you plan on staying in them so that you have a place to stay when you come). All you need to bring is garb, linens for the dorms, toiletries (there is indoor plumbing and plenty of hot showers to go around), and any other gear you wish to bring. You don’t even have to bring feast gear if you don’t wish to. Thursday night will see the first Skirts and Shirts competition (otherwise known as games of skill and prowess). Also Friday night the Gaming Den will be open to provide some entertainment for those not content with sitting around a fire. If you’ve never had a famous Midewinde feast then make sure to make reservations for Saturday nights feast and find out why you can always eat well in Midewinde.

http://www.midewinde.org/mt_2005.htm