12th Night: A 1001 Atlantian Nights
January 11- 13, 2019
Barony of Sacred Stone
Who hasn't dreamed of the enchanted time brought to life by the stories of the Arabian Nights? Stories from the Islamic Golden Age, of Aladdin and his wonderful lamp, Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves, and let's not forget Sinbad the Sailor, and his seven voyages. The tales range from love stories to tragedies, and everything in between: djinns, sorcerers, magicians, and of course, legendary places.
Whether your dreams are filled with history or fantasy, this will be the event for you! Just like our heroine Scheherzade, you are only limited by your own imagination. For those who enjoy the history, research the Abbasid Caliph Harun al-Rashid and Sassanid Empire, for those who prefer a more magical time, peruse the stories of 1001 Nights, and revel in the fantasy and help set the stage for our own Atlantian Twelfth Night celebration.
Delve into the stories and find your magic in one of the day's activities. The merchants here will celebrate those grand stories by creating our own street bazaar, come shop and socialize. On Friday night there will be bardic, gaming, and merchants will be open to welcome you into our own tale, a weekend of fun, joy, and love. On Saturday there will be various A&S competitions, the Kingdom Bardic Championship, dancing, games, the St. Anne's Runway Challenge, and general merriment. But, wait, don't leave early. The feast will be a legendary story within itself that you will not want to miss. Book a room early, you will not want to miss the stories from the Atlantian Arabian Nights celebration.
Adult, Member: $20.00 Day-Trip $12.00 Feast
Adult, Non-Member: $25.00 Day-Trip $12.00 Feast
Youth (5-17): $6.00 Day-Trip $12.00 Feast
Child (0-4): $0.00 Day-Trip $0.00 Feast (Children 0-4 at feast are not guaranteed a chair.)
Make Checks Payable To: SCA, Inc., Barony of Sacred Stone
Site: The Founders Inn and Spa's name comes from the Founding Fathers who drafted the Constitution in 1787. The resort, located in Virginia Beach, features captivating Grand Georgian architecture. Renowned art and antiques adorn the property, including noteworthy period furnishings. Book early to get the Atlantian room block, and remember to use the code if you call.
Click herefor booking your upcoming Twelfth Night 2019. January 11-14, 2019:
The Group code is: 579649
You may also call into 757-366-5700 to book reservations under this group. Additional help can be found on the event website.
Please remember this is a hotel and convention center. No pets. No candlesticks, glitter, feathers, confetti, birdseed, rice, glue, tacks, staples, tape or markers. We cannot hang things in the convention space. Votive candles and candles in hurricane-style enclosures are allowed. Alcoholic beverages are sold on site and CANNOT be brought in from other sources.
Outside food and beverage is allowed in your rooms but not in the convention space. If you are expecting to bring food for a hospitality table, vigil, or other event happening; speak with the autocrat before you plan as you will be charged food and beverage rates if you are caught with non-hotel food and/or beverages in the convention space.
Feast Information: You will definitely want to be a part of our journey down the Silk Road, to experience the smells, the spices, and the magical and glorious food! Please see the website for the menu and information about dietary concerns. Bring your appetite! Feast gear provided.
Merchanting Information: An application can be found on the website or you may contact:
Baroness Arnbjorg (Christine Waagones)
942 Siler Road
Winchester, VA 22603
Autocrat's Information: Aine O Grienan (Tammy D. Reid), 4926 Charnel Road, Winston Salem, NC 27127, Phone: (336) 8298677, E-mail: email@example.com
Reservations: Adair of Makyswell (Catherine King), PO Box #805, Dillsboro, NC 28725, Phone: (561) 315-7289, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
DRIVING FROM THE WEST (VIA I-64)
Take I-64 East. Take exit 286 B, Indian River Road, East. Go to the first traffic light, turn right into The Founders Inn and Spa entrance.
DRIVING FROM THE NORTH (VIA THE DEL MAR PENINSULA ON ROUTE 13)
Follow US Route 13, South, through Delaware and the Eastern Shore of Maryland and Virginia. Cross the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel to Virginia Beach. Continue on US Route 13, South, to I-64. At the Lake Wright Motel, follow signs that say I-64, East Chesapeake-Suffolk). Take I-64, East, to exit 286 B, Indian River Road, East. Go to the first traffic light, turn right into The Founders Inn and Spa entrance.
DRIVING FROM THE NORTH (VIA I-95)
Take I-95 South to I-295 in Richmond (I-295 is a bypass around Richmond) I-295 to I-64, East Take exit 286 B Indian River Road, East. Go to the first traffic light, turn right into The Founders Inn and Spa entrance.
DRIVING FROM THE SOUTHWEST
US 460 East through Petersburg and Suffolk to I-64 West. Take exit 286 B Indian River Road, East. Go to the first traffic light, turn right into The Founders Inn and Spa entrance.
DRIVING FROM THE SOUTH (VIA I-85)
Take I-85 North to Virginia At South Hill, Virginia, take US 58 East. Continue through Emporia, Franklin, and Suffolk to I-64 West. Take exit 286 B Indian River Road, East. Go to the first traffic light, turn right into The Founders Inn and Spa entrance.
DRIVING FROM THE SOUTH (VIA I-95)
Take I-95 North to Virginia At Emporia take US 58 East. Continue through Franklin and Suffolk to I-64 West. Take exit 286 B Indian River Road, East. Go to the first traffic light, turn right into The Founders Inn and Spa entrance.
FROM NORFOLK INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
Exit the Airport following the exit signs to I-64 East You are now on Norview Ave. Follow the signs to I-64 East (Chesapeake). Take exit #286 B Indian River Rd East. Turn Right at the first traffic light and The Founders Inn and Spa is straight ahead.