[Artemisia] 12th Night in Bronzehelm
bronzehelmseneschal at hotmail.com
Wed Dec 24 13:28:15 CST 2003
The Shire of Bronzehelm is hosting Twelfth Night again this year as always.
The event will be held January 3rd, 2004 at the Church. The will be
everything from medieval dance classes to Arts and Sciences Competition to
Heavy and Rapier fighting. We will have merchants on hand and our Italian
Feast will be prepared by one of our newest peers in the kingdom Mistress
Come prepared to PLAY! Time allowing, there will be several team games for
all ages loosely based on the painting "Young Folk at Play" by Pieter
Brughel. Requirements for the games will be available at the troll booth.
Site will open at ten in the morning. Heavy and Rapier fighting and the
Arts and Sciences competition will start at noon. All forms of these
competitions will have a shire championship attached to it. The Heavy field
will have a Unique Unbelted list and at least one other non-traditional fun
tourney along with a traditional double loss elimination tourney for the
shire championship. Both fighting lists will have at least two tourneys
each. If you are not interested in competing in the Arts and Sciences
competition then please bring items to display.
Autocrat: Sir Daman MacMillan Phone # 406-248-5207
Email: bronzehelmseneschal at hotmail.com (no calls after 9pm please)
Feastocrat: Mistress Caointiarn Comhthaistealaí Phone # 406-651-8146
(no calls after 8pm please)
Site will open at 10:00a.m. and closes at 11:00p.m.
Site Fee: $5.00 dollars for members (+$3.00 if you are a non-member so
remember your blue cards)
Feast Fee: $7.00 dollars
Directions: Take the 27th street exit and travel north to 4th Avenue. The
church is on the far left hand corner. (It is the same site we generally
use for twelfth night and the last crown.)
New and ever more exact information will be available through our website
Thank you for your time.
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