Join us on April 30, 2005 at the Lake Chautauqua Lutheran Camp on Route 430 (no street address) in Bemus Point, New York.
This is the Harvest Raid Site!
Site opens at 9:00am and closes promptly at 8:00pm. The site is discretely damp and smoking is allowed only in established locations. The site has limited handicap accessibility. Merchants are welcome and tables are available inside. No pets are allowed; service animals must be leashed.
Champion of Aethelmearc Tourney inspections will begin at 10:00am with the tourney slated to begin no earlier than 11:00am. This tourney will be held outside barring extreme inclement weather.
Queen's Rapier Champions Tourney inspections will begin immediately following the completion of the heavy tourney. This tourney will be held outside barring extreme inclement weather.
Please note that there is no feast for this event but instead a sumptuous all-day sideboard. In order to best meet your needs, please pre-register.
Reservations and any dietary concerns can be directed to the Autocrat Lord Antonio de Luna email@example.com
Fees: $7.00 Day fee (including sideboard); Children 6-17 half-price, Children 5 and under free. A 3.00 NMS (non-member surcharge) will be collected at the door for those adults not providing a valid membership.
From the West, South and East: Take your best route to I-86 (former Route 17). Take Exit 10 (Westfield/Mayville) to get to Route 430 West. (From the West it is marked only as Route 430 West. Do not take exit 9 to Bemus Point). Follow the signs for Route 430 West towards Westfield and Mayville. From the exit, it will be several miles to the site (3 or 4 miles depending on where you start counting). You will pass Long Point Park and Midway Park before seeing the Lutheran Camp on your left. The camp is at the top of a long hill next to a huge tree. The sign is difficult to spot, so we will try to mark the spot well. The camp is across the road from a restaurant now called "Kadan's Place".
From the North: Take your best Route to I-90. Exit at the Westfield exit (#60) and take Route 394 to Mayville. Pick up Route 430 East and follow to the site. The site will be on your right and will be marked as above.