This year, knowledge of arms, tenacity in battle, constitution and aesthetic are all rewarded in both the rapier and heavy tournaments, but ultimately Honour shall win the day. A late period German feast, set in the era of 1500AD, themed around Cranach the Elder’s ‘Fountain of Youth’.
Tournament: Sherwood Park, Sherwood Road, Mount Waverley
Tournament format is based on a 16th century tournament, fighters ask any other fighter to enter the list field upon the marsh.
Feast: Mount Waverley Youth Centre, 14 Miller Crescent, Mt Waverley
Date: Saturday, August 22, 2015
Contact for newcomers:
Event steward: Lord Gilbert Purchase
Feast steward: Lady Bethony Gaitskell
The Barony of Krae Glas invites you to the 7th Great Southern Gathering.
2nd – 4th October
Come and participate in a weekend of Arts and Sciences workshops and activities, including combat, in a relaxed environment, focused on sharing and learning new skills. Weekend cost includes all meals and camping, and limited Cabins are also available (with priority initially given to interstate travellers) for an additional cost. Day rates are also available. Continuing the GSG tradition, garb is optional until the Saturday evening feast onwards.
Teach a class (or two), attend workshops, participate in Guild Prize Combat, or join in on the first Medieval Masterchef cooking competition, which will occur in rounds across the weekend. Feast on good food, with excellent company, and share in the wealth of skills and knowledge the Southern part of Lochac has to offer.
The success of this event relies on the populace sharing their expertise with others, so please volunteer to teach a class. Please contact Lady Veronica Bellini on email@example.com ASAP if you are able to teach a workshop with details about the workshop you would like to teach.
Pricing (prior to 1/9 – after add $5)
Whole event Adult (Camping) – $95, Day Costs available – see below.
Whole event Adult (Cabin) – $115 (Priority given to wayfarers)
Children under 14, less $20, Non Members, Plus $5
1 Day Trip Adult (No Food) – $25 1 Day Trip Minor (No Food) – $15 2 Day Adult (No Food) – $35
2 Day Minor (No Food) – $20
Steward and Booking Officer: Don Everard Sefar firstname.lastname@example.org
Co Steward: Lord Miguel Rodriguez de Santiago email@example.com
Feast Steward: Lady Arganhell merch Briauc firstname.lastname@example.org
The Barony of Krae Glas presents a Tournament and Venetian masked ball.
Saturday 11 July 2015 from 1:00pm –10:00 pm
at the Eumemmerring Scout Hall,
Magnolia St, Doveton.
Heavy tournament followed by dancing and revelry in the evening.
Finger food and refreshments provided.
Prize for best mask & best Venetian attire.
Please note that masks are mandatory for the ball, and if you cannot obtain one, a mask will be provided.
For more information, including pricing and timetable, visit Facebook/Carnivale Tournament and Ball.
For bookings visit http://goo.gl/forms/62rSU8DPCY
Greetings good gentles,
Welcome back to The Blue Strand. After a sabbatical, I am happy to report that I have returned full of enthusiasm. Our fair Barony will once again be penned for future posterity.
There has been so much that happened in the last year. Our Barony turned a year older. Gilbert Purchase became Champion, again. Miguel de Santiago became captain of the Black Dolphin. Emmett Thorgrimsson became Page, replacing Peregrine. These are just the highlights of the year past.
Following is what has occurred in the last month. As always, if you have any articles or pictures you would like to submit. They can be sent to email@example.com
And now, without further ado I present the First 2015 edition.
Veronica Bellini, Chronicler returned
Greeting Good Gentles and welcome to another edition of the Blue Strand,
What an amazing month it has been. Krae Glas celebrated it’s second anniversary in a very beautiful tournament style. Both Heavy and Rapier fighters fought for the honour on the field and the points to win the day. It was truly amazing to see.
In the Winter Rapier Tournament Series we saw that even a Viking sometimes requires honour above all else, to win the day. Leif won the mantle of captain of the guard with honour points breaking the tie for first place.
If you didn’t understand the rules of this day of honour, have no fear. Our own Don Everard Sefar has provided an account which is published in this very issue.
I do hope you enjoy this edition.
And without further ado, I give you the wonder that was August.
Issue 2013-07 August 2013