Please join us on Saturday, July 1st at David Rodgers Park on
Queen Anne Hill in Seattle for a day of laid back fun, silly games,
and good peasant food!
No responsibilities, no meetings, no court, no setup, no
packing -- just mucking about in the grass on a beautiful day &
having a great time!
This is a great event for newcomers - so bring your friends.
Come join the ancient rivalry between Borton on Water (Mud!
Mud! Mud!) and Sodbury (Dirt! Dirt! Dirt!), our two peasant
villages, as they once again compete to show their worth. Rally
with your fellow villagers to settle the border dispute and set the
boundary stone to benefit your village.
The day will be packed with fun outdoor peasant
Spit in the Bucket
Wet Rag on a Stick
Best Peasant story/poem/song
and many more!!
Wear your peasant garb suitable to playing active games (or
take part in the many less strenuous ones) and leave the pretty
upper-class accessories at home.
Bring your blanket to sit upon, your cup, bowl, and spoon,
and a midday snack and water.
No site fee!
A simple peasant stew will be available for dinner around
5ish for a peasant-accessible fee of $4.
Setup begins at 11am, rain or shine; the games commence at
Alcohol is prohibited as the site is a public
The best event of the year - don't miss out -- We hope to see
many happy peasants there!
Site Info: Name: David Rodgers Park 100 W. Raye Street Seattle, WA 98119
Directions to Site:
Last Event's Directions:
David Rodgers Park is at the
corner of 1st Ave. West and W. Raye St. Parking is on the street,
but limited, so carpooling or public transit is strongly
You could even bus there!
The Metro Route 3 stops right at the park.
By car, take I-5 and exit at
Continue forward on Mercer St.
Turn Right onto Queen Anne Ave N.
At the intersection (Stop Sign) with W Galer St, at the top of the
hill, make a slight 'jog' to stay on Queen Anne Ave N.
Turn Left onto Raye St.
Go forward two blocks.
The park is directly ahead on your right, so 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.