Events

Unless state otherwise, all events are in-garb events. All attendees are expected to wear at least an attempt at pre-1650 garb. If you need to borrow some clothes for the event, please contact the Hospitaler at least a week before the event to arrange to borrow something appropriate.

Minors are welcome to attend SCA events and training, but they must have a parent/guardian present. A parent/guardian can also nominate another adult each event or training session as a caregiver to serve this purpose, please ask the Constable for a form, or print one yourself (http://sca.org.au/board/nomination-of-caregiver).

The Baron versus Baroness Sheep Stealing Picnic

Saturday, April 17th, Beulah Park Guide Hall, Brand St, Beulah Park

Come one, come all to the Baron's and Baroness's sheep stealing tournament and picnic.  See the Barony's heavy fighters exchange mighty buffets all in the name of getting Sean the sheep between two goal posts for the glory of their team and their captain.  See the Barony's rapier fighters display panache and style whilst they do the same with Donkey.  Enjoy the company of friends and good food while you cheer your side on to victory and ultimate glory.

The event will be held on the 17th of April at the Training Grounds; Guides Hall, Brand Street Beulah Park.  Cost of the event is a gold coin donation for the use of the hall, though if you are not a member then the usual non-member levy will also apply.

Setup will take place at 1pm.  The first stealing is scheduled to take place at 2pm, with the second at 3pm.

Teams will be chosen ahead of the day by the Baron and Baroness so there will be plenty of time for team tactical discussions before the stealing commences.

Please BYO food to enjoy and share.  Cordials will be provided on the day and the kitchen has a stove and oven if you wish to warm your food.

Sheep

Steward: Aylwin Greymane (Adrian Nicholas), viscount99@optusnet.com.au, ph 0407218286.

Bookings are not necessary.  However if you intend to take part in the stealing, please let the Baron, the Baroness and Steward know by the 3rd of April, so they can work out their teams for each of the segments and so there is time to arrange for extra on-field marshals if necessary.

 

 

 

Note that Tourneys and other outdoor events are likely to be cancelled if the forecast temperature is over 35 degrees celsius.