Join Rivenvale for our 2nd annual Fall Bransle!
|November 1, 2014
12 pm to 9 pm
|Christ Episcopal Church
2627 Atlantic St. NE
Warren, OH 44484
|Directions and maps|
This free event is a great way to introduce newcomers and friends to the SCA!
This year we will be brawling and bransle-ing, with plenty of time for relaxing, eating, dancing, and playing games.
Period garb and feast gear are required. The focus of this event is on period leisure activities.
Various classes and martial activities will be available throughout the day. Musical instruments, games, and stories are welcomed. And don’t forget your dancing shoes! We will also be conducting a Silent Auction or Garage Sale to raise money for the shire. Bring an item(s) to donate and/or money to spend if you can.
Site opens at Noon and is wheelchair accessible.
|Event Steward: Hakon Hrafnsson (Scott Pfitzinger)
hakon.sca @ gmail.com
|Feast Steward: Jendriska Bellasez (Jenny Blazek)
prekjen03 @ gmail.com
|Deputy Feast Steward: Áine ingen Uí Briain (Julie Taylor)
julesgonavy @ yahoo.com
The feast for Fall Bransle is a pot-luck-style dinner. Please bring a food item or beverage to share. Alcoholic beverages are permitted but please do not leave them unattended. There is a sink, stove, microwave, and refrigerator on site and available for our use.
Heavy weapons, thrown weapons, and archery will be available. In case of rain, heavy fighting will be inside. Schedule will be forthcoming.
Classes will be offered throughout the day, focusing on leisure activities and diversions. If you are interested in teaching a class, please contact Hakon Hrafnsson.
|Time||Wool Track||Games Track||Dance Track|
|1:00||Washing & Carding Class||Chess Variants||Intro to English Country Dance|
|2:00||Beginning Spinning Class||Basic Italian Dance|
|3:00||Beginning Knitting &
|Make & Take
|4:00||(cont.)||Period Board Games||ECD for Two Couples|
Attention all brewers, vintners, and imbibers! We will be conducting our first Rivenvale Brew Exchange. Anyone (21 and over) who wants to participate should bring two six-packs of their favorite brews, whether made yourself or purchased. Ideally, please select one or two types that you enjoy but aren’t everyday drinks, so people can leave with new drinks to try.
All participants will select one or two of each type (depending on the number of participants), and so will leave Fall Bransle with twelve varied brews.
|1:00 – 5:00||Heavy weapons activities (including authorizations)|
|1:00 – 5:00||Thrown weapons range open (weather permitting)|
|1:00 – 5:00||Archery range open (weather permitting)|
|1:00 – 5:00||Classes, games, and socializing|
|6:00 – 6:30||Beer/Mead Exchange|
|6:30||Dancing begins (all dances will be taught)|