Event Steward: Feradach the Beardless - feradachthebeardless (at) gmail.com, (360)-521-4624
Attention archers, axe, and knife throwers!
You are invited to attend the Baronies of Three Mountains, Dragons Mist and Stromgard for their archery, axe, and knife throwing extravaganza!
Come to compete or watch. Everyone is welcome!
We have a weekend of tournaments and fun planned:
The Stromgard Stormhunter Tournament
The Dragon’s Mist Archery and Thrown Weapons Tournaments
The Three Mountains Archery and Thrown Weapons Championships
YAFA classes and Family Activities
Cut the Braid Novelty Axe Throw
Amphitheater available for bardic gatherings
Delicious food available for purchase from the Virgin Countess Inn
Discreetly wet (period containers only). Permanent biffs, potable water available. Site has large ponds; please keep track of your children. No campfires at this time, open flame (torches, candles) okay subject to fire hazard conditions at the time. Mundane leash laws apply. This is a camping event. Site opens at 2PM Friday and closes at 3 PM Sunday. In regards to marijuana laws, all SCA participants should follow modern law, both State and Federal. As it is still illegal under Federal law, marijuana is prohibited at SCA functions. Jan 2013 Board Meeting.
Site Info: Name: Trojan Park 71760 Columbia River Hwy Ranier, OR 97048
Directions to Site:
Last Event's Directions:
Directions: From the North go south on I-5 toward Portland, OR.,
take exit 36 to merge onto Tennant Way/WA-332 W towards Industrial
Areas/ US-30. Continue on Lewis & Clark Bridge into Oregon. Merge
onto US-30.Turn left at park entrance at milepost 41. Follow SCA
From the South take I5 north. Follow I-5 N to Portland and
take exit 299B on the left for Interstate 405 N toward U.S. 26
W/City Center. Merge onto I-405 N then take exit 3 on the left to
merge onto U.S. 30W toward Saint Helens. Continue on U.S. 30 W past
the town of St. Helens to Trojan Access Rd and follow the SCA
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.