Held at the U.B.C. Campus, along with the UBC Medieval Society. The afternoon featured displays of arts and crafts and SCA demonstrations, followed by a feast and revel that evening. Tara nic an Fhleisdir and Seaghda of the Green Mountain autocratted. Many contests were held. The winners were: Favor: Alys of the Midnight Rose, Greeting Card: Julian of the Purple Must, Pouch and Needlework: Alma Tea av Telemarken, Other fabric arts: Yolanda del Campo, Lion’s Gate Event Directional Banner or Sign: Scellanus of Skye, Bjorn’s Bizarre Useful Object Contest: Gerhard Kendal of Westmoreland (ear spoon, toothpick and tongue scraper), Food Dish Containing Flowers or Herbs: Baroness Amanda Kendal of Westmoreland, Poem in Praise of Lion’s Gate: Baron Gerhard Kendal, Story of a Minstrel in a Foreign Court: Baron Gerhard Kendal, Most Courteous Gentleman: Scellanus of Skye and Sebastian of Westering.
Description of this event,
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