Daffodil Tournament: HE Yusuf Ja'bar Timbuktuwwi and HL
Phydeaux Weir, with HL Ivan Leskov running Thrown Weapons
**Event highlights!** Find more info below, but for a quick rundown
of what to expect at this very busy event:
-The King and Queen will be attending!
-Morning court to start off the event and champion participants
declare their intent to compete during the day
-Archery Tournament (Begins in the early afternoon)
-Archery and Thrown Weapons ranges (open all day)
-Vendors (open all day)
-Heraldry consult tables with your Kingdom Aestal Herald in
-Baronial A&S Championship (during the day)
-Baronial Bardic Championship (Evening before court)
-Classes for the arts and sciences (all day)
-Arts and Sciences demos and displays (Costumes Guild, Embellishers
Guild, Culinary Guild, and others are welcome to bring items to
-Classes for Marshallate interests (all day)
-Youth activities, including two classes for YAFA
-Queen's Tea (early afternoon)
-Evening court with their Majesties and the Baron and Baroness of
Blatha An Oir where the populace receives recognition for their
achievements and champions will be announced!
-Friday and Saturday evenings the building is open for board
Write checks out to "Barony of Blatha An Oir, SCA inc."
Adult SCA Member Discount: $5
Children 17 and under: Free with legal guardian (Please bring minor
Sleeping tent fee: $10 per enclosed sleeping tent
RV: $15 dry, $20 with hook-up
Site amenities: Showers and flushing toilets, building with
electricity and small kitchen. If you would like to use the kitchen
please contact the event steward. You must clean up after
Dogs are allowed on leashes as long as owners clean up after
The Norse Gypsy Forge (Drinking horns, jewelry, Medieval
Burnt Village Wares (Norse Period Wares)
Waltz Art (Sterling silver chain Maille jewelry (for knights); felt
wool dolls and animals; stones and minerals, fossils, wood.)
Sidhefire Arts and Tursi Arts (Pottery, jewelry items and scribal
Autumn Creek (children's toys in wood, fabric and leather )
DragonStorm (Hand Made knives swords and Leather with some costume
Terralumina Daughters Apothecary and Fiber Arts (Herbs, Teas,
Goat's Milk Soap, resin incense, handspun yarns and fibers)
Silverthorne Crafts (Custom leatherwork)
Fancies (costumes, accessories, feastware, and more)
Redwolf (Hand-crafted jewelry for your SCA, ren faire, or con
Thank you to all our noble vendors who have registered to
If you would like to teach at this event, please email the event
steward the following information! We will take volunteers
and descriptions until the evening of March 20th. The class
schedule will be released before April 1st and no changes will be
made unless an instructor has to cancel. We are
making this event Ithra qualified as well! We will be accepting
volunteers to teach until March 15th. Please have all class
descriptions sent to the event steward by that time.
Email: (For myself or potential students to contact, if you prefer
this not to be published publically let me know)
Prefered day/time of class:
Name of class:
Number of students you feel comfortable teaching at one time:
Description of class: (include fees or materials you will be
bringing or need students to bring, if the class is appropriate for
all ages, etc.)
Items you need from the event steward team:
Competition: Pieces should be
in a period, or periodesque style.
Filks are allowed as long as they are SCA appropriate.
Competitors should show proficiency in at least 3 out of 4
Writing and performing original story or song.
Combining any 2 physical.
Performing in a period style (Champion's discretion)
Documentation of pieces (Champion's discretion)
All rules are subject to the current Bardic Champion's
discretion, particularly how many categories competitors need to be
We have three competitors this year for A&S champion! They will
be presenting during the day on April 29th, presenting schedule
will be posted soon! Daffodil Tournament:
Novelty shoots and tourney details will be announced soon!
There will be a thrown weapons range along with the archery range
at this event. Youth will be able to shoot as well with legal
Class list/schedule will be released closer to the event! There
will be many classes and fun happenings. Join us on the event page
on Facebook for questions and updates as well!
Site Info: Name: Swiss Sportsman Club 9205 198th ave East Bonney Lake, WA 98391
Directions to Site:
9205 198th Ave E
Bonney Lake, WA 98391
Take your best route to HWY 410 in Bonney Lake (located near
If coming from the West, turn right on 198th Ave E
If coming from the East, turn left on 198th Ave E
The club entrance will be on your right, drive to the Alpenhaus for
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.