Days of Archery
Oct. 4-6, 2002
(Please see below for class list and times).
The time for Lionsgate's second annual Days of Archery
is drawing near....
Once again we will be offering a wide range of classes
from beginner's target archery and arrow construction to
combat archery, in addition to providing a children's range and
We will also be sponsoring a few themed competitions
during this event.
For the A&S competition it will be best arrow (single
or full set), quiver or armguard construction & design. Let's see how
pretty, creative and functional you can make that gear!
As the evening settles in on Saturday there will also
be a Bardic competition for those daring to write or perform a
song, filk, story or poem about... you guessed it, archery!
And what would an archery event be without an archery
Competition, you say? Well! Come test your skills and courage at the
first annual Ice Dragon Archery Tournament!
In addition to this there will also be a one-on-one
Combat Archery competition.
For those interested in sponsoring either a Heavy or
Rapier tournament, feel free to contact the autocrat.
*Please note: The site if very discreetly damp, period
Location: Warner Loat Park in Burnaby, B.C.
Autocrat: Ealeen de Seez
Contact Person: Delwyn verch Ynyr
Site fee is $5 for adults
$2 for children 5-12
Children under 5 Free
Family Cap of $14
Friday Evening 7-9/10pm:
Junior Light Marshalling
Hammer & War Arrow Construction
Teacher: Jaime Tiampo
Opening ceremonies and information
Small Intro to Archery: John McAndrew Ealeen de Seez
Intro to Archery: Einar & Delwyn
Target Archery Marshalling: Lady Morweena
Thrown Weapons: Lady Cerridwen and Lord Ciern
Arrow Construction: Einar
Flemish Twist & How to Center Serve: Margaret and James
Ice Dragon Archery Tournament: Parts 1-4
Period Arrow Construction: James Wolfden
Armoring on a Shoestring Budget: Mikhail
Dance Classes: Bernadette
Ice Dragon Archery Tournament: Part 5 (Yes, this *is* at night)...
Intro to War Archery: Gryffydd
Bow Tuning: Einar
Combat Archery Tournament
Immediately after will be closing ceremonies.
A&S will be running all weekend long and is to be determined by a