Saturday 13 September 2014
At River Haven Hall, Wesley Street, Lutwyche.
You are invited to Al Fresco Luncheon in the Baronial grounds. Come and taste Medieval delights with us and enjoy the newly arrived Spring weather. So throw off the woollen garb of winter, bring out your hats and let’s have fun. Bring your banners and add them to the grounds so we can have a sea of colour to make our River Haven Hippocampus feel right at home.
Watch the Heavies and Rapier fighters show their skills. Come along and cheer on our fighters to see who will become our new Baronial Champions. The Arts and Sciences Competition will show the skills of our artisans and of course Market stalls for us to buy gifts for Christmas.
Our Feastocrat Lady Nesta verch Wyn has a wonderful selection of foods for us to savour.
Official start time will be 930am but come early to sign in (from 8am) and get your banner in a good spot. Help us set up, then sit and have a coffee with us.
All tents put up on the parkland next door must be pop up tents and no pegs are to be used to secure them to the ground. This is a Brisbane City Council stipulation, so you will need to bring sand bags etc. Come early and get a good spot to watch the activities of the day.
Cost Member 13 to adult, 25 gold coins. Member 5-12, 12 gold coins. Member birth to 4 free. Non -members are required to pay an additional 5 gold coins for the insurance costs.
Off board 8 gold coins Fighters 8 gold coins
Bookings close 1 September 2014. Please email your bookings to firstname.lastname@example.org. Pre payment is preferred so we can have your receipt ready for you at the front gate. Please advise of any dietary requirements when you book.
Markets If you are having a market stall please tell us when you book. There is no money charge for your market stall but we ask each marketeer to donate a small gift of largess to the Baronial basket on the day.
Time Table for River Haven September Baronial.
Marshall in Charge will be Baron William Castille
0800 site opens
1030 Opening Court
1040 Morning Tea and then Rapier Armour Inspection
1100 Rapier Tourney and Rapier Play
1200 to 1330 Baronial Feast
1330 to 1530 Heavy Armour Inspection and Heavy Tourney
1500 Afternoon Tea
1530 to 1630 ish Closing Court
1630 Pack down and tidy hall
1800 Event end
Any questions please email the Steward Lady Ringwar Northwood at email@example.com
Just a reminder to you all that Wesley Street, where the Hall is, is very narrow and quite congested.
The preferred place to park for the Baronial is in Swinburne Street, which is the next street down and the hall is on the other side of the park.
If you must park in Wesley Street, please park ONLY on the same side of the street as the Hall, and please do not park where the intersection with Tobrook Street is.
It would be appreciated if you could keep clear the area directly in front of the Hall for the Baron and Baroness of River Haven and St Florian, and for loading and unloading of vehicles. You can also drop your passengers there and then park.
This is all part of our “Good Neighbour” policy
Thank you all for your cooperation.
The above pic is an illustration of noblemen enjoying a picnic, from a French edition of The Hunting Book of Gaston Phebus, 15th century
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