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  • Pamela Herbert
    Greetings! There are still seats available for Feast but they will fill fast! So come early and enjoy the day. Hope to see you there! Lady Brigit inghean ui
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 28, 2014

      There are still seats available for Feast but they will fill fast!  So come early and enjoy the day. 

      Hope to see you there!

      Lady Brigit inghean ui Dhomhnaill
      Head Troll/Reservationist-Bellringers 2014
      MoL- Barony of Carillion, EK

      Come join the Barony of Carillion at Bellringers 2014!

      It's the annual Baronial Birthday Bash!! Come join us for a day of celebration. There will be a variety of activities.

      The annual Carillion Arm Wrestling Tournament will be held. Come test your strength against Carillion's Best Lords and Ladies!

      There will be a selection of medieval games to play or learn. Come test your Wits against Carillion's Best Lords and Ladies!

      A display of Arts and Sciences from our Baronial artisans. There will be a peoples choice award with the theme of our Carillion Bell with Snow Flakes and Hearts! Everyone is welcome to exhibit their arts and sciences and/or enter the competition.

      A Lego castle building contest for all ages. Donations of Lego's greatly appreciated!

      Youth Science classes will be offered for all youth and young at heart in attendance with discussions and labs based on the period workings of Galileo and Da Vinci. Join us for investigations into Lunar Tracking using an Astrolabe, Star Gazing using Galileo's Telescope, and Reading Da Vinci's Blueprints to assemble one of Leonardo's inventions. Times are TBD. It is recommended participants be ages 5 and up, as we will be making and learning how to use basic scientific instruments of the Renaissance.

      Introduction to the Drop Spindle: Have you ever wondered where your yarn comes from and how it's constructed? Find out! In this workshop, you will make your own yarn with a simple wooden spindle from wool roving. If you don't have a spindle already, beginner kits with a 2.75" top whorl spindle, 1 oz of Norweigan roving and take-home instructions will be available for $20. Ages 8+

      A delicious dayboard and a wonderful feast will be offered.

      Site Opens: 10:00 am
      Site Closes: 10:00 pm

      Event Location:
      Quail Hill Boy Scout Camp
      56 La Valley Dr
      Manalapan , NJ 07726

      Quail Hill is located in Manalapan Township in western Monmouth County.

      From the shore: Take NJ Route 33 west from Freehold (U.S. Route 9) six miles to County Route 527A (Iron Ore Rd.). Turn right (north) and proceed 1/2 mile to LaValley Drive. Turn right again and follow LaValley Drive 1/2 mile to the gate.

      From the NJ Turnpike: Exit #8 from the turnpike to Route 33 east. Proceed east 6 miles to Route 527A. Take the jughandle and proceed north as described above

      Event Fees:

      *Non-Member Adults add $5.00 each to all site fees.

      Pre-Registrations in advance of January 6, 2014:

      Adult site - $8.00
      Child site(4-17yrs old) - $4.00
      Child site(0-3yrs old) - free

      Family Rate site(2 adults & 3+ children) - $25.00

      Adult Feast - $8.00
      Child Feast - $5.00
      Child Feast(0-3yrs old) - free

      Family Feast(2 adults & 3+ children) - $30.00

      After January 6, 2014 and At the Door:

      Adult site - $10.00
      Child site (4-17yrs old) - $5.00
      Child site(0-3yrs old) - free

      Family site(2 adults & 3+ children) - $30.00

      Adult Feast - $10.00
      Child Feast(4-17yrs old) - $7.00
      Child Feast(0-3yrs old) - free

      Family Feast (2 adults & 3+ children) - $35.00

      Make Checks Payable to: SCA-NJ., Inc - Barony of Carillion

      Send Reservations to:

      Bellringers c/o
      Pamela Herbert
      372 Route 9
      Waretrown, NJ 08758
      Contact Information
      Event Steward:

      Patricia Saklas
      Lady Tysha z Kieva

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