Season of the Wolf XV

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The March of St. Martin is pleased to present Season of the Wolf XV

September 15, 2007

Brooke Alvinston Inwood Community Center Complex
3310 Walnut St.
Alvinston, Ontario

Site opens 9:30 am and closes 11:00 pm

A Change of Seasons
Following the positive experience and response to Fall Coronation 2006, Season of the Wolf is now an Autumn event.

Activities
A&S Activities for all ages are planned throughout the day. Court may be held at the pleasure of Their Majesties.

Martial Activities
Heavy Weapons authorizations and Tournaments: Sir Kasimir of Stargard
Rapier Tournament and EAOD: Lord Maeven of Greensleeves
Youth Combat: Lady Selwyn of the Wood
Thrown Weapons*: Lord Aodhan of Greensleeves
Archery*: Lord Edmund de la Haye
* weather permitting

Fees
Site
Adult: $6.00
age 9-14: $4.00
under 9: free
Adult non-members (18 and over) add $4 surcharge

Feast
A lunch tavern will be available
Places for 80 Folk are available for Evening Feast
$14.00
A Children's Feast is offered for $7.00
Feast prices may be subject to change
Cheques may be made payable to "SCA - March of St. Martin"
All amounts in Canadian Dollars; please inquire before sending US Funds.

Wet Site (Ontario Liquor Laws apply: no B.Y.O.B.)

Directions
Point your GPS to N42 49'31.3" W081 51'54.3"

From the West (and the Middle, and...): Take best route to Port Huron MI, and the Bluewater Bridges, continue on hwy 402 to Exit 44 (hwy 79/Nauvoo Road) south heading towards Watford. Continue to Alvinston. From the East: take best route to hwy 401 to hwy 402 (London). Take 402 to Exit 44. Continue south on 79 to Alvinston.

From Detroit & Windsor: follow 401 to the Ridgetown (Victoria Road) exit. Head north (over the overpass) to Thamesville. At main intersection turn right onto Longwoods Road (hwy 2). Turn left at W. Bothwell Road (road 16/hwy 79). 79 will jog to the left, then to the right. Continue on 79 to Alvinston. The site is close to the northern edge of town, to the east of the 79. SCA signs will be posted in Alvinston. Location:
March of St. Martin (Alvinston, Ontario)