Join us, one and all for a weekend of
equestrian events and activities including: PIG STICKING, QUITAIN,
SARACEN'S HEAD and CHARIOT ARCHERY.
We will also have scored ARCHERY and
THROWN WEAPONS rounds and HEAVY FIGHTING.
Come and see who will become our
9:00 am Arena open for
warm up and orientation for any new riders or ground
10:00 am Let the games
begin! Heads, Reeds, Pigs, Rings, and Quintain.
1:00 pm Lunch
2:00 pm Finish games if
we haven't finished.
3:00 pm Foam Tip
4:00 pm Driving/
Certification and Games
6:00 pm Dinner
8:00-9:00 pm Open
9:00 am Arena open for
10:00 am Mounted
12:00 pm Final Game and
1:00 pm Winner is
announced and prize awarded
2:00 pm Arena is closed
to SCA sanctioned activities
Site Fee $15.00 ~
$5.00 SCA member discount - 17 & under
Free Limited horse paddocks available for
Site Info: Name: NCW Equine 5451 4th St. S.E. East Wenatchee, WA 98802
Directions to Site:
I-90 Westbound: Take exit 151 to Highway 281. Follow Highway 218
North toward Quincy and take a Left onto White Trail Rd. Follow
White Trail Rd. West and North to highway 28. Remain on Hwy 28
Westbound toward Wenatchee/East Wenatchee/Rock Island. Right turn
onto Batterman Rd just before Rock Island. Follow Batterman Rd. 3.1
miles until it becomes 4th St SE. Then make a right turn onto S
Witte Ave. (gravel road). Destination on the Left. Signs will be
I-90 Eastbound: Take exit 85 (Cle Elum) to Highway 10/970.
Follow WA 10/970 to US 97 over Blewett Pass to Highway 2. Follow
Highway 2 East to Wenatchee, continue on Hwy 2 over the river to
East Wenatchee. Right turn onto Sunset Highway 28. Follow Sunset
Highway 28 South to Grant Rd in East Wenatchee. Left turn onto
Grant Road. Follow Grant Rd until it splits, turning right onto
Vanwell Street. Follow Vanell Street until it splits, turning left
onto 4th Street SE. Left turn onto S Witte Rd. (gravel road).
Destination on the Left. Signs will be posted.
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.