In honor of Their Excellencies Colyn and Muiriath, who are celebrating their first Anniversary as our Baron and Baroness, our theme is Scottish: In 1322, Robert the Bruce of Scotland won a decisive victory over King Edward of England at the Battle of Byland. This defeat spurred England to finally accept Scotland ’s independence. (In the words of our Baron: “ Scotland was always free; it just took a while to convince England of that.”) So get out your tartans and kilts and join us in the spirit of Scotland !
In addition to the Baronial Championship for heavies, rapier, youth combat, and arts & sciences, The House of the Crimson Spade will host our Baronial Games Championships, with chess and backgammon as the primary games. There has been much requesting of a “best legs in a kilt” contest as Her Majesty (and many others!) so enjoyed it at a recent Heatherwyne event—so gentlemen, please don your kilts for Her Majesty’s pleasure!
Event Site: George Lane Park 5520 W Avenue L-8, Quartz Hill, 93536
Feast & Revel Site: Resurrection Lutheran Church , 42217 55th St W , Quartz Hill, 93536
Event site opens at 9 am; event site closes at 5 pm; feast and revel site opens at 5 pm closes at 9 pm.
Site fees: $5.00 for adult members, $3 for children 5-15, children under 5 are guests of the Barony. A $3 surcharge applies to all nonmembers. Please make checks payable to "SCA Inc./Barony of Dun Or"
Feast price for adults: $7.50, children (4-10) $3.00
Our feastocrat, Meala Caimbeul, was hand-selected by our Baroness to compose Their Excellencies First Anniversary Feast. Feast space is limited—to make a feast reservation, contact the event steward ASAP at ciar1540 at sbcglobal.net.
The post-feast revel will include traditional Scottish dancing, led by guest instructor Countess Ealasaid nic Chlurain, as well as bardic performances (bards welcome! please contact the event steward!).
For more details such as site location, hours, and fees, please visit our event website: http://www.dunor.org/events/ann
Barony of Dun Or (Quartz Hill, California)