Fall Bransle IV will be held on Saturday, November 5, 2016, from 12 pm to 9 pm
|Location:||Firestone Park, Pavilion #1
Columbiana, OH 44408
Food and Lodging
|From the North: Take OH-11S to OH-46S to OH-14E (County Line Rd.).
From the East: Take OH-14W/OH-46N to OH-164-S.Take Main Street south into Columbiana 0.6 miles.
Turn left on Herbster St. and go 0.3 miles to Pavilion #1.
Site Fee: FREE (donations will be accepted to defray the site rental cost)
Feast: The feast will probably be $8 per person, with pre-registration REQUIRED. Please pay at a meeting or send a check to Scott Pfitzinger, 2906 Sedgewick St. NE, Warren, OH, 44483. Make checks payable to SCA, Inc. – Rivenvale.
We will have plenty of time for relaxing, eating, dancing, crafting, and playing games.
Site is being updated, so details will change over the next few weeks, including feast and class information.
Period garb and feast gear are required, but some loaner garb and gear will be available. The focus of this event is on period leisure activities.
We will have “stations” open throughout the afternoon, where various artisans will display their products and offer instruction about how to make them. Games and other leisure activities will also have stations. You are encouraged to bring any projects or crafts you wish to share or work on.
The goal is a relaxed afternoon and evening full of great conversation and camaraderie. Thrown Weapons will be available outside, weather permitting. And don’t forget your dancing shoes!
We will also be conducting an “Artisan’s Auction.” See below for details.
Site opens at Noon and is wheelchair accessible.
|Event Steward: Lord Hakon Hrafnsson (Scott Pfitzinger)
2906 Sedgewick St. NE
Warren, OH 44483
hakon.sca @ gmail.com
|Feast Steward: Lady Richildis of Rydychen (Linda Kay Newill)
linda @ newillmeister.com
|11:00 am||Site opens|
|12:00 – 4:00||Artisan stations, games, and socializing|
|1:00 – 4:00||Thrown Weapons (weather permitting)|
|4:00 – 5:00||Bardic Competition|
|5:00 – 6:30||Feast|
|7:00||Dancing begins (all dances will be taught)|
6:30 pm – These are all handmade items donated for sale. Items do not need to be made with 100% historically correct materials or methods, but they should be of interest to SCA members. Baked goods are acceptable, but alcohol is not. If you can’t make something, bring money. You can buy tickets that will serve as your votes for the best A&S item. At 6:30 we will count the tickets for each item to see which is the winner, and we will have a drawing for each item. The winner of each drawing will take home the item, so please only contribute handmade items that you are willing to part with. This is not the typical A&S competition, but a donation.
12:00 pm – Any artisans are welcome to set up a station where they can work on their project or teach a class. Currently, the following artisans are planning on participating:
Lady Áine ingen uí Briain – Illumination
The Honourable Lady Genevieve – Spinning
Johannes Drechseldt – Medieval Game Playing
Lady Katherine Coscombe – Embroidery
4:00 pm – Shire Annual Bardic Competition. Everyone is welcome to participate/vote, so dust off your stories, poems, songs, and instruments; or just come listen. Open Bardic will continue afterward until Feast begins.
The evening’s dances will be chosen from the list below:
Bransle of War
Cuckolds All a Row
|Jenny Pluck Pears
Spring Is Near
Upon a Summer’s Day
Axe- and knife-throwing will be available throughout the day, weather permitting. Some casual competitions will likely take place.