Event Schedule – Tentative and subject to change
Friday, October 28th
Site opens for Merchants
Site opens for populace
Merchants Row Opens
5pm – 9pm
Class space available – Contact the class steward if you would like to teach
Newcomers Class – M’Lady Kassandra Sousiades
New to the SCA? Taken a break for a while and rejoining us? Take this class as a way to better understand how the SCA on a corporate level works. Also learn about the operations of the “game” aspect and what all of the shiny things are on people’s heads are, as well as some general guidelines in regards to courtesies and apparel.
Evening Court (Time Subject to Change)
NOTE: The Contemplation for Étaín Echluath and Vigil for Danial Von Hessen will begin immediately following Evening Court.
Curfew Minors 12 & under must be in camp with a responsible adult or caregiver.
Curfew Minors 13-17 must be in camp with a responsible adult or caregiver.
Saturday, October 29th
Gate opens for Populace
Wake-up and announcements
Breakfast and coffee, Feast Hall
NOTE: Between 9-9:30am, Morning Court will be opened for the Elevation of Étaín Echluath and Knighting of Danial Von Hessen.
Archery Field Opens for Target Practice
Regional Art/Sci – Set-up and entry begins
Heavy Weapons Authorizations and Armor Inspection, Lyst Field
Diapering and Decorative Designs – Lady Ciar ingen Ui Meic Thire –
A hands-on introduction to focuses on creating diaper work in the scribal arts. These repetitive patterns appear in countless illuminated manuscripts and add color and pizzazz to the background. This class is appropriate for all scribal levels. Students are encouraged to bring basic scribal supplies (i.e. gouache, paint brushes, pencil, ruler, bristol paper, etc.); otherwise, supplies will be provided to those for those who need them.
You Too Can Bard – Lord Jean-Etienne Du Norodvest
Learn some of tricks of the trade and some of the history of being a bard in period. Learn firsthand how ANYONE can be an minstrel even though they might not know it yet.
Heavy Weapons Champion Tournament, Lyst Field
Judging and Populace Choice voting begins for all Art/Sci entries
Western European Holy Relics in the Middle Ages – Honourable Lord Dmitri Skomorochov -
Listen as HL Dmitri explains the significance of Christian relics in western European society, what people believed about them, where they came from, and how they moved from place to place.
Pumpkin and Gourd Painting – Honourable Lady Mira De Medici, Lady Dagný Róbertsdóttir, and Drottinn Lundvarr Dufgalsson.
Come join us and create decorations to ward of any decorations that may be haunting Wyvernwoode Abby so we don’t have any unexpected guests at feast.
Baronial Archery Champion Tournament Begins
Acanthus Leaves for Beginners – Lady Ciar ingen Ui Meic Thire –
Learn how to draw and paint acanthus leaves that will add beautiful twists of color to your scribal creations. This class is appropriate for all scribal levels. Students are encouraged to bring basic scribal supplies (i.e. gouache, paint brushes, pencil, ruler, bristol paper, etc.); otherwise, supplies will be provided to those for those who need them.
Iron Bard Competition – Honourable Lord Garcia Lopez de Mauleon, and Lord Jean-Etienne du Norodvest
Come Test your wit and bardic prowess in this new format sure to entertain all in attendance. Any populace wishing to attend in a viewing capacity should arrive around 1:30
Rapier Inspection Begins
Heavy Combat War Practice
Baronial Rapier Champion Tournament
Introduction to Saree Draping – Honourable Lady Zafira bint Katz
5 to participate, unlimited to observe.
Gate closes for event
Judging closed for Art/Sci
Written works - or what's a poet to do? – Lord Miyamoto Toramasu
Come join us for a discussion of the art-sci category: written works and the submission process. We will talk about formatting, research, how to fill out the forms and if time allows an open discussion of the expectation of written works.. Handouts will be provided on research sites, documentation layouts, and other recommendations.
Court Cards due
Wyvernwoode Abbey Pub Opens
Curfew Minors 12 & under must be in camp with a responsible adult or caregiver
Curfew Minors 13-17 must be in camp with a responsible adult or caregiver
Sunday, October 30th
Wake-up call and announcements
Leftovers and Coffee, Feast Hall
Site pack-up and clean-up begins
Populace still onsite will be put to work, so Thanks for Staying!