For any questions, pre-registration, or anything else please
email the Autocrat, Lord Rodri Glynglas
In the northwest of the known realm there lies a land
of unrivaled beauty and bounty. Fields of green produce luscious
fruit, tall grain, and support the steps of heavy, fat cattle.
Mysterious figures roam the wide hills, dancing and singing,
crafting fine wares, and bringing home fine trophies from their
hunts. A land of green, of adventure and glory, joy and
In the middle ages, such were the words to describe
the newfound vistas of Greenland. Unfulfillable boasts were used to
entice hapless volunteers to assist in settling the northern
island. In these modern middle ages, these same phrases describe
the Shire of Midhaven, and all are invited to the annual Harvest
Feast to witness the accuracy of the description for themselves.
Music and song, dancing and fine food will leave no attendant
After the three courses of the feast we will be
holding our much anticipated Dessert Auction. This year, the Shire
of Midhaven has determined that the funds raised from the auction
will go towards another feast, at July Coronation 2015, to honor
the outgoing King and Queen. Please bring something to contribute,
be it small or wildly fabulous. We are requesting that attendees
bring both full sized items and also smaller items suitable for
children, we will be having select auctions specificially for the
younger attendees, price ranges adjusted suitably.
In addition to the main Dessert Auction, our Chef,
Etole Marchant, will be running his own auction. The prize? He and
a member of his cooking staff will come to your house and cook a
full meal in your kitchen. You provide the food, and he provides
the culinary skill. He is offering ten such prizes, with a starting
bid of $150.00 each. The money raised will be used to repair the
event trailer of the Towne of Keypoynte, of which he is Mayor.
At the end of the feast and the auction, as the
evening winds down, there will be dancing until they kick us out of
Due to limits of the venue attendance must be limited
to 125. Pre-registration is available and strongly recommended to
prevent disappointment at the door.
For Pre-registration please email the Autocrat, Lord Rodri
Adults (18+): $20 ($5 non-member surcharge
applies if your membership is not current on the day of the
Youth (10 - 17): $10
Children (9 and under): Free
Head Chef: Etolé Marchant
The menu goes as follows;
Grilled Foul (chicken)
Cold fruit soup
Salmon with vidalia onions
Fried parsnip salad
"Seal" (beef) stew
- turnips, carrots, brussel sprouts
Stuffed pork loin
- apple, pear, apricots, cranberries
Plum pudding with whipped cream
There will be cookbooks available for purchase: one with this
year's recipes and one with last year's recipes. Price will be
8:00 AM - noon: Event staff arrives on site and sets
12:00 PM, Noon: Gate opens to the populace and Family
Activities area opens
1:00 PM - 3:30 PM: The Shire of Midhaven's Arts &
Sciences prize tourney
3:30 PM: Tabulation of A&S results, and moving
furniture to set up for court
4:00 PM: Family Activities area closes
4:30 PM: Court
After Court: Feast hall is set up for feast; feast
servers report to the serving area
5:30 PM: The feast begins with bardic entertainments
performed during the courses
After 3rd Course: Dessert auction (please contribute
After Dessert auction: Dancing
As soon as practical: Clean-up
10:00 PM: Site closes to the populace
During the day between opening of site and court there will be
games to play, and there will be a dancing class.
Please contact the Autocrat, Lord Rodri Glynglas
(firstname.lastname@example.org) regarding pre-registration.
Site Info: Name: Hillcrest Park 1717 S. 13th Street Mount Vernon, WA 98274
Directions to Site:
From North or South take the
Kincaid Street exit # 226.
(From Northbound) Turn right
at stop light and continue up the hill.
(From Southbound) Turn
left at stop light and continue under the freeway.
Continue through stop light and up the
Turn right on 13th
Follow 13th street heading
south for approximately 1/4 mile
Note that the above Weather and Map information is generated from the site address and can be easily confused. The weather will say if its for the branch or for the site. It will be for the site if the site can be found, but this again is not always the case, and if the site is some distance from the branch then the weather may be different.