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).

 

Green Event

Friday 12 August to Sunday 14 August, Old Schoolhouse, Springton

Greetings unto Their Excellencies, worthy nobles and the populace of Innilgard. It is no secret that I, Guillaume de Colmar, have been seeking to revive The Green Event for the enjoyment and glory of our Barony, after much discussion with the forest rangers i am pleased to release a cat or two from my bag. 12-14 august is the date to pen into your calendar, the location is confirmed as the old school house Mt Crawford, and ARCHERY IS HAPPENING! ..

Accommodation at the site is by own tent with a 6 person dome available for those without. Extra space available in a sizeable yurt which will double as the tavern.

For those that do not camp the Williamstown Caravan Park is conveniently located nearby. They have four 6 person cabins at $100 per night. Linen pack is $15.

Fires will be in two authorized locations only. Inside the school house in the combustion heater, and in the paved courtyard fire pit.

Assisted meals will be available. THEY ARE NOT FULL ON MEALS. You will likely want to bring additional food for yourself.
Friday      - dinner soup and bread ,
Saturday - breakfast oats and pancake mix will be available for self cook. fruit spreads and tea and coffee.
                 - lunch pasties, soup and fruit
                 - dinner Saracen stew (lamb)and bread .
Sunday    - breakfast oats and pancake mix will be available for self cook. fruit spreads and tea and coffee.
Menu may vary slightly at discretion of the cooks

Location Details: Just outside Williamstown SA, 5.3 km down Springton Road from the intersection of Warren and Springton roads.
https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=13I_s5e3yBOVfj9fAProL9xAxtYk

Cost: Adult Members $25, Day trip (any day) with no food $5, Saturday with food $10. Children free.
Additional $5 event insurance for non-members (including children).

Booking Form:  http://goo.gl/forms/UYCqBDH3AQ5GqKDZ2
Bookings Close: Sunday, August 7th 2016
Booking Contact: Mistress Elena le Breustere innilgardbookings@gmail.com

Steward: Guillaume de Colmar, Email:  peteb@live.com.au

A Night of Notorious Merrymaking

Saturday August 27, Trinity Uniting Church, 318 Goodwood Road, Clarence Park

Come join us for a relaxing night of games, dancing and fun. A light supper will be provided, with tables and chairs set up if you wish to bring your evening meal to eat with friends.
Doors open at 18:30hrs, Event starts at 19:00hrs.

Price: Adult Members $15, Child (5-16) Members $5. +$5 for non-members for event insurance.
Children Under 5 - Free. Family Rates by arrangement.

Steward: Aeschine of Arran (michellebrewer@live.com.au)

Bookings: Close Sun 14 Aug. Contact: Elena le Breustere (innilgardbookings@gmail.com)

Feast of Blessed Herman

Saturday September 17, Trinity Uniting Church, 318 Goodwood Road, Clarence Park

The College of Blessed Herman is pleased to invite you to the Feast of Blessed Herman, held in this 30th year of our existence in honor of our patron, Blessed Herman.

3 competitions shall be held;
-Best entertainment in honor of our patron or college (Song, dance, or other act)
-Best A&S item including the college device
-Best piece of new garb, theme of "Headwear" (Piece to have been made within previous year)

The college will also be searching for the relics of Blessed Herman. Guests are invited to bring along "relics" and a backstory, with one true relic to be chosen to be added to our reliquary.

Steward: Domenico dePontferrada (sca@auclubs.com.au)
Booking form: http://goo.gl/forms/7Nh3h2b41ymqn3Cr2

Price: College Member, Adult SCA Member: $25
SCA Child Member (5-16): 18
Non-member event insurance surcharge: $5

Oktoberfeast

Saturday October 29, Trinity Uniting Church, 318 Goodwood Road, Clarence Park

A feast in the German style to celebrate October. Bring your German garb, games, and tales and seat yourself for a magnificent feast of German medieval and renaissance food. There will be a hobby horse joust inspired by the deeds of Ulrich von Lichenstein – bring your costume, fancy headwear and wigs!
Competitions:
• German food (cooking competition)
• A German fairy-tale
• German headwear (for a friendly indoor joust)

Steward: Mistress Collette de Harcourt (bec_tonkin@bigpond.com)

Price: Adult Members $30, Age 5-18 Members $20. +$5 for non-members for event insurance.
Children Under 5 - Free. Family Rates by arrangement.

 

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