Treachery on the Tokaido Event Flyer (October 29, 2005)
- Treachery on the Tokaido
October 29, 2005
Barony of Bright Hills
Did you make Japanese garb for last Twelfth Night? Are you wondering
when you will ever get to wear it again? The Barony of Bright Hills
invites you to dust off your kimono and katana as we join the
conflict between the Europeans and Japanese for control of the
Martial Activities: Heavy weapons scenarios are being coordinated by
Baron Temur of the Kerait (temur@...). Rapier will be run
by Lord Stephen Bridewell (stephenbridewell@...). It will
consist of three melee scenarios (ship, town, & field) between the
Japanese and the Portugese. Victory or defeat in the preceding
scenario will determine advantage or disadvantage in subsequent
rounds. Target archery will be run by Lady Reyne Telarius
(reyne_telarius@...). Archers will defend the trade caravans
from brigands along the Tokaido road. Their Excellencies will be
choosing Baronial Heavy, Rapier, and Archery champions.
A&S Activities: Come participate in the serenity of Japan with a
traditional tea ceremony. Advance registration with Taira no Akiyo
Shichi-i (akiyo@...) is appreciated so that we can have the
appropriate amount of materials, a note on your reservation will
suffice. There will also be a variety of sponsored competitions
including: "Games and Toys of the Silk Road," a Garb competition,
items made from silk, and origami made from materials other than
paper. Their Excellencies will also be choosing Their Baronial A&S
and Bardic Champion. We are pleased to announce the 1st ever brewing
competition for Baronial Brewer.
Children's Activities: Children's activities will be offered by Lady
Wynne ferch Rhodri ap Hwyell.
Other Activities: If you think there is someone who needs to
be "taken care of" or if you want to lend your services, then join
the Assassins Guild for the day.
Feast: The Bright Hills Cooks Guild will be cooking a marvelous
feast featuring items to please both Japanese and European
appetites. For any food allergies please contact the head cook,
Baroness Cordelia FitzRobert of York (barysears@...). If you
do not tell us about any special dietary needs in advance, we will
not be able to do anything for you at the event.
Merchants: Merchants are welcome, but there space is limited. Please
contact the autocrat in advance to reserve your spot.
Cost: Adult, Member: $8. Adult, Non-Member: $11. Children 6-17 are
half cost; Children under 6 are guests of the Barony; Feast $7. If
you take up a seat, you must pay for feast. Lunch on Saturday is
included in the site fee.
Reservations: The only reservation is a paid reservation. Please
make checks out to: Barony of Bright Hills/SCA Inc. Please include
the mundane name, membership number, expiration date (if
applicable), and if the person is an adult or child. Mail
reservations to Taira no Akiyo Shichi-i, C/O Tylar Umeno, 305 4th
Avenue, Brooklyn Park, MD 21225. Refunds will be honored if they are
in writing and arrive prior to 24 hours before the event.
Site: Hampstead Volunteer Fire Company Hall, 1341 N. Main Street,
Hampstead, MD 21074. Only service animals are welcome at this site.
Alcohol is permitted, but please no original containers.
Autocrat: Lord Michel von Schönsee (Michael Holy), email:
doppelganger@..., 410-636-5522 (no calls after 9pm) or Deputy
Autocrat: Taira no Akiyo Shichi-i (Tylar Umeno), email:
Event Website: For more information about the event, please visit
the website at www.brighthills.net/events/tnt2005.htm .
Find your best route onto I-795 [Northwest Expy] towards Owings
Mills / Reisterstown. At exit 9A, turn LEFT onto Ramp towards MD-
30 / MD-140 / Hanover. Take Ramp (LEFT) onto SR-128 [Butler Rd].
Turn LEFT (North) onto SR-30 [Hanover Pike]. Travel approximately 10
miles on SR-30. The event site is on your right.