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Ladies' Day Approaches! (March 27th)
Just think, one more week and you won't have to swim through reminders about
our Ladies' Day event! Hoo-bah!
I just received an email from someone NOT on the Merry Rose who did not know
that Ladies' Day was still happening. Yes, yes, a THOUSAND times, yes! Dun
Carraig's celebration of the beauty of spring and the joys of love will
happen, rain or shine, this Saturday in King George, VA. Our event flyer is
appended below, and can also be found online at
Information is also available via the recently re-hosted Dun Carraig baronial
website at http://duncarraig.atlantia.sca.org/events.htm (thanks Kevin!)
As mentioned in previous postings, we are expecting Feast to sell-out. There
will be only 80 on-board diners, but the Autocrat tells me that there are
still some seats available. The tentative schedule of events is:
10 am - Site Opens
11 am - Authorizations
Tourney Begins (Armored, Schlager, Bear-Pit)
2 pm - Favor A&S Judging Begins
3 pm - Open A&S Judging Begins
4:30 pm - Court
5 pm - Feast
8 pm - Site Closes
Ongoing events: Gaming / Dance Instruction
The (simple, hearty, and filling) feast menu looks like this: First Course -
Simple Green Salad, Cockaleekie Soup, Bread, Cheeses, Vegetables, Dips.
Secound Course - Macrows with Sauteed Mushrooms, Onions, and Garlic, Roast of
Beef with Garlic-Pepper Sauce, Asparagus with Melted Butter. Dessert - Yogurt
Hope to see everybody there!
// Vard //
Lord Edvard Gayer, Chronicler
Barony of Dun Carraig, Atlantia
Head Cook, Ladies' Day Tourney
Mar 27th - Ladies' Day Tourney
Barony of Dun Carraig, King George, VA
The Barony of Dun Carraig invites all good Gentles to attend their Ladies' Day
Tourney, to be held in the Crown Lands adjacent to the Barony's southern
border. There will be fighting for heavy weapons and schlager beginning at
11am. For those inclined to more genteel entertainment, there will be an A&S
competition and dancing throughout the day and into the evening.
The Tournament: will be a three-part competition to include Best Poem, Best
Favor, and Best Heavy Weapons/Best Schlager fighter. (1) Poem: Each fighter
must compose and read an original poem in honor of the one who inspires them.
(2) Favor: Each fighter must have a favor created for him or her by the one
they fight for. As these take time to create, they should be made in advance
of the Tourney. (3) Fighting: There will be a Double Elimination Tourney for
both the heavy weapons and schlager. Following the single-man Tourneys will be
three-man team Bear Pit heavy and schlager competitions. Bring a team or pick-
up one at the event.
Arts & Sciences: The A&S competition will be an open display for any item that
includes detailed, how-to instructions (diagrams are encouraged). Works will
be judged on the merit of the instructions. Best entries will be published in
the forthcoming Dun Carraig A&S newsletter (assuming permission is given, of
course!). Please direct A&S related questions to Countess Eorann O'Connor
(Nancy Cox) at (301) 855-3631 or email: email@example.com.
Feast: Lord Edvard Gayer will prepare a sumptuous three-remove feast. Seating
is limited to 80 people, so please reserve early. Address dietary concerns to
Lord Vard (Ken Buzzard) at (301) 737-0437 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Site: King George County Citizens Center, 8076 King's Highway, King George,
VA. Site opens and 10am and closes at 8pm. No smoking or pets allowed, however
it is a wet site.
Merchants: You are welcome! Please contact the autocrat for details.
Fees: Site fees - In advance: On Board $9/Day Trip $4; At the door: On Board
$11/Day Trip $5. Reservations should be sent to the autocrat. Please make
checks payable to "Barony of Dun Carraig/SCA Inc."
Autocrat: Arianwen ferch Angharad (Rebecca Stidam), 635C Hall Road, Ct C,
Dahlgren, VA 22448, (540) 644-8021, e-mail email@example.com. Please call
if you have any questions.
>From Northern VA: Take your best route along I-95 to Fredericksburg, VA. In
Fredericksburg take Route 3 East approximately 15 miles. The King George
County Citizens Center is on the right immediately before the junction with
>From Central VA: Take your best route to I-95 north of Richmond. Take Exit
104, bear right onto Route 207, and continue toward Fort A. P. Hill. Merge
with Route 301 North. Continue along Route 301 for 12 miles to junction with
Route 3 and turn left. Follow Route 3 for five miles to junction with Route
206. The King George County Citizens Center is on the left immediately beyond
Route 206, two doors beyond the Fire Station.
>From MD: Take your best route to 301 South. Cross the Potomac River Bridge
into Virginia. There is a $1.50 toll leaving Maryland. Go approximately 3 1/2
miles from the bridge to Route 206. Turn right onto 206 and proceed nine miles
to Route 3. Turn right onto Route 3, the King George County Citizens Center is
immediately on the left, two doors beyond the Fire Station.
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