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The Forty-Ninth Year

William Tell / Baroness' Champion -- Eskalya

August 23, 2014 (AS XLIX)

Ruth Arcand Park,
Anchorage, AK

From The Page (August, 2014):

The Time has come to test our Archery, Endurance, and Marksmanship as our ancestors of old used to, in games of skill that challenge our abilities.

Come join us at the Ruth Arcand Park for the day There will be a Baroness Championship Gauntlet style tourney for both Heavy and Rapier.

Tourney will be based on a point system for each contestant.

Gauntlet obstacle course -- engage guardian of the bridge; run the bridge and at the end throw a spear at the Troll; circle the 'lake' jumping from stone to stone, at the end of the stones shoot bow at the poisoned apple; dance one dance with the "lady of the lake".

this will be followed with a 30 minute bearpit fighting one for rapier and one for heavy.

Archery Contest
playing a game of strategy at the tables.

Your consort and family can earn you points by entering into any of the challenges as well.

There will be available for all to participate in: Archery Contest for Adults, Childrens Archery Contest, Tables will be set up for Games of strategy -- 9 man morris, checkers, mancala.There will be Dancing -- note to fighters: you get points for dancing .

Feast -- your choice pot luck, bring enough to feed 8-10 people with ingredients list for any allergies

Court, Bardic

Dress warm and in layers in the chance the weather may be contradictory.

Site information: Ruth Arcand Park (address omitted) Anchorage Alaska 99507

Site opens:10 am closes at 10 pm

Site fee: $10 adults; $5 ages 10-15; children under 10 are free. $5 Non Member fee applies

Please contact the autocrat for any additional needs.

Description of this event (if any), taken from The Page, or from memory of at least one person who attended the event.

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