Friends, Spring Fling is coming very soon! this an event dedicated to Combat Missile weapons!
I am very excited to share this combat archery, and siege event! Come join the missile flinging fun!
Friday and Saturday night, for those on site, we will be hosting a ‘laid back’ bardics featuring stories, tall or true, about yours, or others exploits with missile weapons!
The morning will bring classes, inspections and authorizations. So make sure you brush up on the rules, you have loads of time!
There will also be a Missile Weapon Tourney! We will be hosting at least the ‘Speed Round’ variant with multiple weapon types.
10:00 a.m. Siege 101/CA 101
10:00 a.m. Battlefield strategy class (Sir Timothy)
11:00 a.m. Authorizations (siege, CA, armored)
Noon: Armored Tourney(s), target competitions (siege. CA)
2:00 p.m. All CA/Siege melee
3:00 p.m. Full melee (CA, Siege, armored)
Armoring class (Arailt); Combat archery 13th & 14th Century history (Rudolf) Cancelled
Now this is primarily Combat Missile event, but we do ask that our rattan friends show up. We can use your help in authorizing, inspections and participation in exercises! Treat this event as a missile-centric ‘War Practice’ to focus on teamwork as well as coordinate with our melee friends so we work more efficiently with our army!
Please contact me if you have any questions regarding the activities!
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Need info about martial activities? Here you go!
There may be some loaner gear, but very limited. if you have some to spare, bring it along!
Siege hosted by the graceful and awesome Baronö Bessenyei Rozsa
Lord Cameron de Grey
Or, on a bend purpure between a wheel of cheese and a squirrel sable, three pheons palewise Or
Martial Activities: Siege and Combat Archery activities start Friday night. We will have a tournament on Saturday with a shield for a prize for the winner of this heavy fighting tourney. Siege Engineering Training, Combat Archery Training
Arts & Sciences Activities: Bring anything related to Siege and Combat Archery and show off. Let us try out your ideas on the field. Will it really fly? We will find out.
Adult, Event Registration: $15.00 Day-Trip $15.00 Feast $0.00 Camping
Adult, Member Discount: $10.00 Day-Trip $15.00 Feast $0.00 Camping
Youth (5-17): $5.00 Day-Trip $15.00 Feast $0.00 Camping
Child (0-4): $0.00 Day-Trip $0.00 Feast $0.00 Camping
Make Checks Payable To: SCA, Inc., Shire of Border Vale Keep
Cost Notes: No fee for bunk house space or camping. Preregistering will hold a space for you.
Site: Richmond County 4-H Camp, 1538 4-H Club Road, Augusta, GA 30906. Site opens Friday 5PM, closes Sunday11AM
Site Restrictions: Absolutely no alcohol, no firearms, no pets. Smoking in designated areas only, and the pool is off limits.
Feast Information: By Request we will continue the outdoor grilling of hand cut ribeye steaks to order with a baked potato bar. Prepaid feast reservations are required. Anyone with food restrictions please contact the reservationist.
Merchanting Information: We have the Archers’ Rune, Medieval Crossbowman’s Outfitters and The Silk Lady as our merchants this year. Any other siege and combat archery and heavy fighting related merchants are welcome to contact the autocrat directly.
Other Information: All SCA participants wanting to get authorized at this event need to contact the marshal from your kingdom for the requirements for your activity before you arrive at this event. Atlantian Staff: Siege Marshal is Mesterono Rozsa at rozsa[AT]ebonwoulfe.com. Combat Archery Marshal is Lord Cameron deGrey at camerondegrey[AT]gmail.com. Meridies Staff: Siege Marshal is Snorri Smedsonn at brigidsforge[AT]yahoo.com. Combat Archery Marshal is Lord Brun Canutesson at bfountain[AT]senqciamaxco.com.
There is road construction on Hwy 56, the directions provided will help to avoid delays. Take your best route to I-20 to Augusta. From GA and points South and West take exit 196A for I 520E/Bobby Jones Expwy.***Take exit 10 onto Doug Barnard Pkwy, turn right and follow toward Bush Field Airport. Go past the airport and then turn right onto 4-H Club Road. Cross over the railroad tracks and follow approximately .6 miles and turn left into the camp. Signs will be posted. From South Carolina and points North and East take exit 6 (in SC) for I-520W toward North Augusta. Continue from *** above.