It is the year 1587; many of the Crowns of Europe are busily squabbling over an island nation and its single Queen leaving Atlantia the rest of the oceans free for the taking! The Barony of Bright Hills sends out a call to all in the land for crews to take up their oars on this mighty quest in gathering the treasures of Atlantia on the tides for the Crown.
This event will have a quest with crews of one fighter, one fencer, an archer, an artisan, at least one child, and one newcomer if possible. Crews shall have to hunt for the various Kingdom level awards and complete a task, questions or a puzzle for a token to be used at the end to determine the winners. Along with the quest competitions, we will hold challenges to help determine the Barony of Bright Hills newest champions, information on the competitions will be posted as a later date. A lunch will be included on Saturday, included in the event fee and for those inclined a feast will be provided by Their Ladyships Órlaith Carey and Tirzah MacCrudden. There will also be a children’s Halloween party held during feast. We encourage all parents to bring their child and allow them to dress up in their costumes and all adults to bring treats for the children to collect in the hall that evening. On Friday night there will be a spaghetti dinner and Saturday morning a continental breakfast for a suggested donation of $2.00 each per person.
The site is discreetly wet, meaning no original containers and all bottles and trash must be taken with you when you leave. The camp boasts a hall with a fireplace for gathering and feast as well as three heated cabins (two with showers). We shall have a family dorm as well as a party dorm for campers to use.
We will have competitions through the quest for both heavy and light weapons. We will also hold competitions to determine the new champions heavy, light and archery champions of Bright Hills.
Harford County 4H Camp at the Rocks. This site has heated dormatories for camping with showers and bathrooms. Bunkbeds will have mattresses all other bedding must be brought in.
Site Restrictions: N
o original containers, trash must be taken with you when you leave site, cigarettes must be field stripped.
Merchants are always welcome! We shall have plenty of space for pavilions, as well as a covered structure. If there are weather issues we will have merchanting in the main hall but request that the merchants be broken down by 5:30 pm. We are asking for a donation towards the prizes of the day from each of our merchants. Please contact the Merchant coordinator, Lady Livi to reserve a space her e-mail address is as follows AbramsonSM@state.gov
Autocrat's Information: Lady Daniela Schwartzhaupt firstname.lastname@example.org
Reservations: Baroness Roana de Laci Ladyro@comcast.net
Directions: I-95, Exit 77B to MD 24, Continue North on MD24 past Harford Mall on to the Route 1 Bypass North; yield right off the Bypass at Rock Spring Road (which is MD 24, North) going towards Forest Hill. Stay on Rock Spring Road for approximately 6 miles. Turn right onto the bridge at Cherry Hill Road. After crossing the Deer Creek, make an immediate left into the camp.
Special Note: The Cherry Hill Road Bridge over the Deer Creek has a limit of 15 tons gross weight. Use the alternate directions for buses and trucks that are over the weight limit for the bridge. I-95, Exit 77B to MD 24, Continue North on MD24 past Harford Mall on to the Route 1 Bypass North; yield right off the Bypass at Rock Spring Road (which is MD 24, North) going towards Forest Hill. Stay on Rock Spring Road; go through Forest Hill for approximately 3.5 miles. Turn right on Grier Nursery Road. Continue on Grier Nursery Road for about 3.5 miles. Turn left on Cherry Hill Road. Continue on Cherry Hill Road for approximately 1 mile then turn right into the camp just before the bridge.
For additional directions use: Map Quest or Maps on Us. The Camp is located
at 8 Cherry Hill Road, Street, Maryland
Barony of Bright Hills (Street, Maryland)