August 25, 2018
Barony of Hidden Mountain
..."A Knight there was, and that a worthy man, That from the time that he first began To Riden out, he loved chilvalry, Truth and honour, freedom and courtesy. Full Worthy was he in his Lorde's war, And thereto had he ridden, no man farre, As well in Christendom as in Heatheness, And ever honour'd for his worthiness"
-Canturbury Tales, Geoffrey Chaucer
A Novice, and Battle-worn Tourney, where those who battle in the most chivalrous manner shall ever take the day.
Martial Activities: Novice Tournament - Any weapons form, wounds retained, round robin tournament. Battle-Worn Warrior Tournament - Prepare to be Challenged!
Arts & Sciences Activities: All A & S competitions will offer both novice and open classes, with novices being defined as those who have neither won a major A & S competition nor received a kingdom or Society level A & S award. Any novice, including those classified as youth, may compete in both the novice and open classes. Competitions include best use of elements from the armory of the barony's cantons in any medium, most creative scroll blanks for baronial awards, best combination of the practical and the decorative in any medium, and a "threadbenders" open fiber arts challenge as well as a bardic competition on the theme of Arthurian legends and/or the Holy Grail. For more details on all competitions contact the reservationist.
Cost: Adult, Event Registration: $13.00 Day-Trip $10.00 Feast $0.00 Camping
Adult, Member Discount: $8.00 Day-Trip $10.00 Feast $0.00 Camping
Youth (6-17): $5.00 Day-Trip $10.00 Feast $0.00 Camping
Child (0-5): $0.00 Day-Trip $0.00 Feast $0.00 Camping
Make Checks Payable To: SCA, Inc., Barony of Hidden Mountain
Site: Woodman Life- Chapter 124. 544 Highway 90, Conway, SC 29526 Site opens 10am, closes 8pm.
Site Restrictions: The site is wet. No ground fires or smoking indoors. No camping on site.
Feast Information: The long tradition of sumptuous feasts in Hidden Mountain will continue under the aegis of the legendary chef de cuisine, Bishop Geoffrey d'Ayr of Montalban (yes, the originator of savory toasted cheese in the Society!) with the assistance of â€œthe usual suspectsâ€. Any concerns with regard to food allergies or dietary restrictions should be directed to Geoffrey at rob.martin.bishop AT comcast.net
Merchanting Information: Contact the autocrat for information
Other Information: Parking is at a MINIMUM! Car pool wherever possible!
Autocrat's Information: Esme Bramley (Candace M Musmeci), 448 West Perry Rd, Myrtle Beach, SC 29579, Phone: (845) 5914766, E-mail: CaeletNox@yahoo.com
Reservations: Alisoun MacCoul of Elphane (E. L. Wimett), Box 522, Mount Pleasant, SC 29465, Phone: (843) 881-5517, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Directions: From the north via I-95 -Take the I-20 Bus Spur E exit, EXIT 160A, toward Florence. Merge onto David H McLeod Blvd E. Turn left onto W Palmetto St/US-76 E. Continue to follow US-76 E. Stay straight to go onto SC- 576/Highway 576. Continue to follow SC-576. C-576 becomes US-501 S. Turn left onto 16th Ave/US-501 Bus S. Turn right onto Main St/US-701 S/US-501 Bus S. Continue to follow US-501 Bus S. Turn left onto Highway 90/SC-90. The Event Site will be on your Right.
From the South via I-95 - Take the SC- 327 exit, EXIT 170, toward Airport/Marion/Myrtle Beach/Francis Marion University. Merge onto N Williston Rd/SC-327. Turn left onto E Old Marion Hwy. Turn left onto E Palmetto St/US-76 E/US-301 N. Continue to follow US-76 E. Stay straight to go onto SC-576/Highway 576. Continue to follow SC-576. COntinue with directions above
From the Coastline - Take your best route to US 17, then to Route 501 North. Keep to the right to continue onto Route 501 Business. Make a right onto Highway 90. Event site will be on your right.