Juneau Arts and Humanities Council,
From The Page (December, 2010):
The Shire of Earngyld invites all to witness the making of history as warriors take the field to prove their mettle, and the Coronets of the Great Land pass to a new Prince and Princess! The location is the Juneau Arts and Humanities Council, formerly known as the Armory, located downtown in easy walking distance of a variety of shops, restaurants, and other locations of interest. The site boasts plenteous space for fighting, feasting and frolicking; hardwood floors; easy access and ample parking. In addition to the Coronet tournament, there will also be the traditional Roses tournaments, all held indoors for the comfort of fighters and consorts alike. Roundtable discussions for the fighters and for the consorts are planned as well. Arts and Sciences classes are still in the works, and more will be announced. Anyone who wishes to sponsor a competition is encouraged to contact the Minister of Arts and Sciences, Aneria verch Thomas, at (email address omitted). There will be a tabletop siege engine competition (nota bene: mini marshmallows are the only legal anununition/ projectiles). There will also be a brewing competition for those who are 21 years of age or older. The three categories will be: 1) wines and meads; 2) cordials and liqueurs; 3) beers and ales. Dancing and bardic activities are planned for Saturday night after the feast. Static arts and sciences displays as well as not-so-static classes and sponsored activities are also welcome and encouraged! Please coordinate with the autocrat. Light refreshments will be available throughout the day both days, and are included in the site fee. A separate feast is planned for Saturday night for an additional fee, listed below, with reservations due by January 1 for the feastcrat's sanity. Due to known difficulties in transporting feast gear in luggage, some loaner and disposable tableware will be available. Please see the site information for further details. Assistance with locating crash space and housing is available by contacting the autocrat, as is a discount code for Alaska Airlines.
Site Information: Juneau Arts and Humanities Council, (address omitted), Juneau, AK. Site is open Saturday 10am to midnight, and Sunday Sam to 4pm. The building will be locked overnight. The site is discreetiy wet. Site fee is $20 for adults, $10 for ages 6 to 12, and free under 6. On-board fee for feast is $10 for adults, $5 for children 6 to 12. NMS is $5. Make checks Payable to "SCA, Inc.-Principality of Oertha."
Autocrat: Elisa von Sophey (contact info omitted).
Registered: Kenric Maur
Per chevron argent and
Or, a chevron ployé gules
between two ravens addorsed
reguardant and a Thor's
Dagmar the Red
(No arms registered)
Description of this event (if any), taken from The Page, or from memory of at least one person who attended the event.
The West Kingdom History Website was created by and is maintained by Hirsch von Henford (mka Ken Mayer).