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Haustblot - A Norse Harvest Festival

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RESERVE THE DATE!
When

Site Opens: Friday, September 27, 2024 at 9:00 A.M.

Site Closes: Sunday, September 29, 2024 at noon 

 

Where

Camp Sinawa

9113 Sinawa Road

Valders, WI 54245

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All old and new friends, please heed our call, and we’ll all join together and celebrate Fall!
This beautiful site is a great place to camp, and go Viking hiking! If it’s not too cold and damp.
Come be our guest in a tent or a cabin. There’ll be a grand feast, some classes, and gamin’!
We have lots of space to fight and fling arrows. So come out and join with some fine Viking fellows!

Friday September 27, 2024

Site Opens at 9:00 A.M.

Gate Opens at 9:00 A.M.

Saturday September 28, 2024

Gate Opens at 9:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M.

Northshield Court   4:30 P.M.

Feast 6:00 P.M. or right after court

Sunday September 29, 2024

Site closes at 12:00 P.M.

LET US KNOW YOU'RE COMING

Pre-Registration closes September 8th, 2023

Pre-Registration Event Form

SITE FEES

Site Fees, please preregister:ite Fees:
Members $20
Non-Members $30
Minor (5-17) $10
Minor under 5 free
Student with ID $5 discount off adult site fee
Family with adult members $50
Family with adult non-members $70
Tent $10
Adult Feast (Age 11 and older) $20 (lapsitters free)

Youth Feast (Age 10 and under) $10

Tent Camping additional $10 per tent

Trailers will be allowed though only in the parking lot. Awnings will not be allowed to be set up outside trailers. The ‘tent’ fee will also apply to trailers being slept in.  You must check in with the event stewards before parking your trailer.

Cabin Rental Fees (the price includes both Friday and Saturday night):
# Available    Sleeps      Price
   2                     2            $30.00
   8                     4            $50.00
   2                     6            $75.00
   1                   10            $90.00
Bunkhouse: $40.00

NOTE: All prices are for the entire weekend.  You must bring your own pillows, sheets and blankets. There are new bathroom and shower facilities on site.  Cabins have electricity, but only the bunk house has plumbing. 

Price for the bunkhouse includes one cubicle with 4 beds, two upper and two lower bunks. Each cubicle has access to the outside shared balcony.
All include shared ADA accessible showers and bathrooms and a shared kitchen. 
24 beds available – There are 6 cubicles available with privacy curtains to divide the cubicle
s. 


Pre-registration for site fees and cabins will open May 15th 

Merchants:

$10 charge to merchant and any additional merchant tents will incur the $10 tent fee. There is no indoor merchant space.  Please fill out the pre-registration form and a merchant form will be emailed to you.

Feast

On table:
   Sami Soft Flatbread
   Rolls
   Parsley Butter

First Course:
   Gravlax
   Green Salad w/ Basalmic Berry Vinaigrette

Second Course:
   Glazed Carrots
   Buttered Turnips
   Peas in a Bag
   Roasted Beef
  Roasted Pork
  Berry Sauce

Dessert:
   Skyr
   Honey
   Selection of candied nuts and fresh / dried fruit

Drinks:
   Spiced Honey Water
   Lingonberry Drink

Martial Activaties

Heavy Weapons

Saturday September 23rd 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM

Authorization and Inspection starting at 9:00 AM


 

Pickups and/or Melee based on combatants choice

Light Weapons

9:00 to 9:45 Suit up/pick ups/Authorizations

9:45 to 11:00 Tournament/Melee 1 –

           Tournament – Round robin

           Melee- capture the flag rez battle

11:00 to 12:15 Tournament/Melee 2 -   

            Tournament – Single elimination bracket

            Melee- capture the flag rez battle

12:15 to 12:55 Lunch/pick ups/Authorizations

12:55 to 14:15 Ship Boarding Melee

            Two even teams

            One defender and offender

            Defender wants to defend the ship and its plunder

            Offender want to take the ship and its plunder

            (Thinking of 1 rez per side per battle depending on size)

            Offenders get to place (3) 18-24 inch wide planks as they see fit.

                        -I’ll need to test out the size.

                        -If we can I would like to use rubber band guns.

14:15 to 15:30 Melee or melee practice if we have time

            I’m thinking of just a standard field battle or 5 person teams.

 

*C&T may be done in a Tournament if C&T marshals are present and combatants are authorized.

** Marshal in Charge side quest get authorized in C&T.

Archery and Thrown Weapons

Friday- September 22

After range set-up and subject to marshal availability, inspections and open practice.

 Saturday- September 23

9 am- Inspections and warm-ups

 10 am- Inter-Kingdom Archery Competition (IKAC)

2 ends of 6 arrows untimed at 40, 30, and 20 yards each, and 2 ends of 30-second timed rounds at 40, 30, and 20 yards. https://scores-sca.org/home/index.php?R=10

 11 am- Norse Skein Shoot

Each archer is given an equal length of string (3-4 feet). Each archer shoots 3 arrows per end, from 20 yards, wrapping the string around the grouping and cut off. The excess string is the archer's life line in the next end. The archer is eliminated if they cannot wrap their string around the grouping. The ends continue until most or all archers are eliminated. The person with the longest string at the end wins.

 12 pm- Lunch Break

 1 pm- Iðunn's Apple Shoot

Iðunn, the Norse goddess of apples and youth, was famed for her golden apples that could restore youth with a single bite. But watch out for the poisonous red apples. A single bite will cause one to faint onto death.

 From 20 yards, archers will shoot six arrows at the target.  Iðunn's golden apples are worth 5 points. But remember, a single bite restores youth. Only one arrow per archer per golden apple will receive 5 points, any additional arrows are 0 points. So the archer will want to shoot at multiple apples for higher scores.  

 The poisonous red apples are worth -3 points. But remember, a single bite will kill. Only one arrow per archer per red apple will lose 3 points, any additional arrows are 0 points, because the red apple already "killed" you with the first arrow.  

 The green apples are ordinary apples that are healthy to eat. They are worth 1 point per arrow per archer. Multiple arrows count.

 3 pm- Wand Shoot

Shooting at pool noodles from 20 yards. 

Classes

EVENT STAFF

Contact the Event Steward and Staff

Event Stewards:

Baroness Tatiana Marana Melville, OL, OP (Tonia Heng)
Call before 10 PM (414) 218-1589 
tatianam@ameritech.net

 

Pre-Registration and Merchant Co-ordinator - Mistress Tatiana (see above)
 

Armored Combat Marshal in Charge: Sir Geoffrey de la Brugge, OP (Mike Heng)
Ca
ll before 9PM (414) 218-8327

mikeheng@ameritech.net

Rapier Marshal in Charge: Noble Arnora Punkarr - rapier@caeranterth.org

 

Thrown Weapons / Archery Marshal: TLord Karl Friedrik of Dinkelsbuhl  -  kfkellar@yahoo.com

Class and Artisan Row Coordinator:  Mademoiselle Sibillia d'Orange (Danelle Orange)
moas@caeranterth.org

Royalty Liason - Lady Beatriz Estevan de las Serras - herald@caeranterth.org

 

Feast Steward - HE Samson (Sami) Muskovich - samiitiger@gmail.com

 

Children’s Boffer Marshal -Arthro Rhys ab Ismael Llygad Ryfedd - youthmarshal@caeranterth.org

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