Fellowship of the Moose

The Barony of Highland Foorde invites the populace of Atlantia to join us in the celebration of the return of the Moose. This will be a day of period table top gaming, archery, and period outdoor gaming.

There will be an arts and science display with the theme of period games. There is also an arts and science competition of period games.

Prizes will be given for best gamer, winner of the arts and science competition, and the winner of the archery.

There will be a feast for one hundred and the only reservation is a paid one. If you have any food allergies or concerns please contact the Feastocrat. Feastocrat will be Devorguilla of Darragh (Debbie Williams) debbiew@netstorm.net

Website: http://highland-foorde.atlantia.sca.org

Martial Activities: Day of Archery.

Arts & Sciences Activities: Period games display and/or competition

Adult, Member: $7.00 Day-Trip $14.00 Feast $0.00 Camping Adult, Non-Member: $10.00 Day-Trip $17.00 Feast $0.00 Camping Child (6-17): $3.00 Day-Trip $6.00 Feast $0.00 Camping Child (0-5): $0.00 Day-Trip $0.00 Feast $0.00 Camping

Cost Notes:
If you pre-register by March 12, off-board is $6.00 and on-board is $12.00 for adults. There is no discount for children's pre-registration. However, there is a $25.00 maximum per family.

The site is the Wilson Ruritan, 16204 Old National Pike (Rt. 40) in Hagerstown, MD. 21740

Site Restrictions:

  • NO PETS ALLOWED inside the building, except for guide dogs (registered). No seeing-eye ferrets or iguanas.
  • Site is discreetly wet with period containers; please discard of any empties appropriately.

Feast Information:
Contact Devorguilla of Darragh (Debbie Williams) debbiew@netstorm.net

Merchanting Information:
Merchants are very welcome to come and set up their wares and should contact the Autocrat for more information.

Autocrat's Information:
Lady Lucrezia di Francesca (Frances Ryan), blackstar@myactv.net

Take your best route to MD I-70; Take exit 24, Rt. 63 North towards Huyett; Approximately 1.4 miles at the 2nd light take a left on Rt. 40 West (Old National Pike); 5/10 of a mile at the top of the hill on the right is the drive into the Wilson Ruritan.