Once again the Kingdom's archers sally forth. This year instead of the King's forests, we will be venturing through his fields and pastures. St Sebastians will be held on wooded pasture lands east of Greeley this year.
This new site will give our shoot-master new fodder for his devious brain. Fun and interesting shoots will be planned, and of course our flaming arrow night shoot.
The site is' primitive.' Which means we will have port-a-johns, and trucked in water for washing etc. You will need to bring your own drinking water. Purveyors of gas and provisions are only a few miles distant, in Kersey, if you forget something.
Important: Each archer must have with them at least 12 arrows for their own use.
When: 4:00pm Friday August 11 thru 12:00 noon Sunday August 14.
Where: The wooded pastures to the north-east (Site of Cattle Raids)
Take your best route to I-25 and hwy 34 and go east, stay on 34 around Greeley, do not take the business 34 exit into Greeley. When you come to the hwy 85 and hwy 34 Junction look for the Fort Morgan Exit and stay on 34 to the town of Kersey, just past Kersey look for the County road 56 sign and turn left onto 56 follow to the dead end and turn left follow the dirt road into the site. Signage is planned.
Restrictions: Fire restrictions are unknown at this time. Dogs are welcome, but must be on a leash (with some one or some thing attached to the other end) or in a pen. There is wildlife in the area, deer, coon, coyote, etc. so sensible precautions to safeguard your camp and self are expected of everyone.
Wet Site: Discretion is requested. You will not be allowed to shoot if you have been drinking.
Fees: All weekend or day trip: adult - $7 12 years and under - $6 3 years and under - no-charge
PLEASE NOTE: There is a $3 non-member surcharge, if you cannot provide proof of membership (a current blue or white card or current publication label from either the Outlandish Herald or Tournaments Illuminated) at the gate. Waiver requirements will be enforced.
Autocrat: Lady Cecelia Corr Mhaire, Mary Conley,
Canton of Hawks Hollow (Greeley, Colorado)