Autocrat: Branwen Stewart
... Hear Ye Hear ye! Pray attend! Spread the word!
It is by decree of the Baron and Baroness of Vulcanfeldt
that the people of the land are invited to attend
Vulcanfeldt’s annual Bows and Blades! It will be held
on Friday October 10 – Sunday October 12, 2014. When
the clock strikes 3 PM on Friday October 10, gate will be
open! After everyone has set up their campsite, let the
arrows begin flying! Our MIC this year is Ronan
Mackay. Many arrows will be shot, from fun shoots, royal
range, York, flight and even light your dead and let’s see
what new stuff from our MIC! Adults: $15 Youth (6-17 years
old): Free Children (under 5 years old): Free Family Cap: $40 $5
NMS applies to Adult Non Members (so please be sure to have your
blue card with you or a picture of it on your cell phone
Please make checks payable to Barony of Vulcanfeldt, SCA, Inc.
Site information: Site opens at 3 PM on October 10th
and closes at dusk. Saturday, Site will open at 9 am (with
gate opening at 8:30 am) and close at dusk. Sunday, site will
open at 9 am (Gate opening at 8:30) and close at 3 PM. If
you have any questions please email Lady Branwen at
BranwenStewart@yahoo.com or 509-759-2439 (no phone calls after
9:00 PM. We will be having a potluck and smores again this
Site Info: Name: Fullbright Park 4508 Main St. Union Gap, WA 98903
Directions to Site:
Last Event's Directions: The site is Union Gap’s Fullbright
Park at 4508 Main Street, Union Gap, WA 98903. From the North
or South, take I-82 to Yakima/Union Gap. Take the Valley Mall Blvd
exit into Union Gap, continue to Main Street (Sears will be to your
right) and take a left at the light. Continue on Main Street, stay
in the left hand lane, go up on to the overpass at the end of Main
Street and take the right into Fullbright Park.
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.