Night Under a Faie Moon
Elks Camp Barrett, 1001 Chesterfield Road, Annapolis MD 21401
I present to you, the Arts and Science Activities for the Night under a Faie Moon event! There is something for everyone, so everyone has a chance to show their talents and creativity! Please contact me if you have any questions. Mask Competition Create a mask that would be worn at a Tudor Masque. Suggestions include but not limited to gods/goddesses, fairies, mythical creatures. However, it is also a great way to add to your garb that day, so if you wish to wear it during the day submit a picture of the mask with your name/& documentation and we’ll come find you. Register at the A&S table. Bring the Faie to Your Day Shade Competition Help set the mood & let the Faie know that we’re friends, not foes. Decorate your day shade keeping with the theme of the event. Register at the A&S table. Share your Culinary Skills Competition Try your skills at 16th century cuisine. Submit a delectable dish from any cuisine in the 16th century with supporting documentation. Extra points for Shakespeare reference! Open Display Whether new to a craft or an expert we invite you to display your projects with us. Let me know if you would like to help with judging. In service, Lisette
April 15-17, 2022
Gate opens at 6:00 pm on Friday
As the residents of the town of Smeewick gather Friday eve at the local Tavern, the Rusty Souse, tales of minor mischief and petty thievery are on everyone’s lips. Swords have been found hanging from trees. The left shoes of everyone in town are missing. Fillings of pies have been replaced with flowers and pine fronds. Some members of the populace suspect the faie folk. Are the faie friends? Foes? A little bit of both? The Barony of Lochmere invites you to join us for an event based in the Tudor English town of Smeewick and inspired by Shakespeare’s Midsummer’s Night Dream. Whether you call them faie, brownies, sprites, or…, they are all around us. Festivities will start Friday night at 7pm in the main hall and carry through Saturday night. Expect fighting, feasting, and fun.
Martial Activities: Caitlin Inghean Fheichin is the Marshal in Charge and is planning a challenging day of rapier competition. Questions should be addressed to her at Solarandraste@yahoo.com. Dame Dealla Cohen and Master Kryss Kostarev will be running thrown weapons and target archery competitions. Questions can be directed to them at firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com, respectively. There will also be the Fling the Faie competition which is suitable for all age groups. Questions can be directed to Syr Christian Darmody at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A&S competitions, displays, and classes will be coordinated by Mistress Lisette LaRoux: email@example.com. Mask Competition: Create a mask that would be worn at a Tudor Masque. Suggestions include but not limited to gods/goddesses, fairies, mythical creatures. However, it is also a great way to add to your garb that day, so if you wish to wear it during the day submit a picture of the mask with your name/& documentation and we’ll come find you. Register at the A&S table. Bring the Faie to Your Day Shade Competition Help set the mood & let the Faie know that we’re friends, not foes. Decorate your day shade keeping with the theme of the event. Register at the A&S table. Share your Culinary Skills Competition Try your skills at 16th century cuisine. Submit a delectable dish from any cuisine in the 16th century with supporting documentation. Extra points for Shakespeare reference! Open Display Whether new to a craft or an expert we invite you to display your projects with us. For the Brewers and Vintners, Baron Drogo (drogod[@gmail.com) will be planning some period beverage activities. Details to be provided soon.
Feast Information: a wondrous feast designed by Lord Henrich Von Holstein. Please contact him with any dietary concerns/questions at the following email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Merchant Information: Outdoor merchant space is available. Please contact Countess Aryanna Hawkyns at email@example.com Alongside the merchants will be our annual Lochmart. This is a wonderful opportunity to sell or acquire gently used SCAdian items. Please contact Mistress Arianna Morgan for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Youth Activities will be coordinated by Mistress Tatiana Ivanovna. Questions can be addressed to her at Crbosworth@aol.com.
Friday night and Saturday night the Rusty Souse Tavern will be open for gaming, dancing, and singing.
Brewers and Vintners are welcome to share their craft.
Disabilities Coordinator: Any questions or request for assistance regarding access for the site, including disabilities parking information can be addressed to our disabilities coordinator, Baron Gabrell Fairclaugh at email@example.com.
New to Lochmere: Our Chatelain, Lady Aine will be available to answer questions and show you around. We will also have our gold key available for those in need of garb for the day. Please contact her in advance to ensure we have the correct size garb on hand: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Requests for tent camping and day shade space should be sent to Master Vladimir Vladimirov at email@example.com.
Gate will close at 2:00 PM on Saturday. If you need to arrive after that time, you must contact the Event Steward in advance.
|Adult Member Registration||$18.00||$15.00||$0.00|
|Adult Non-Member Registration||$23.00||$15.00||$0.00|
Make checks payable to SCA, Inc., Barony of Lochmere
All registrations must be done in advance either via SCARS (link above) by noon on April 13, 2022 or by sending a check to the reservationist by Wednesday, April 13, 2022. There is a very limited number of cabins available. Cabins rentals are available for groups at a flat fee of $130. If you are interest, you must contact the reservationist directly as this option in not available online. Refund Policy:1. The exchequer must receive a refund request by mail or e-mail no later than five (5) days after the event. Refund requests via Facebook message, text, or posts to the event page will not be accepted. 2. All requests received prior to the event will be honored. 3. Refund requests received at or after the event will be honored only if the event made a profit. 4. Refund requests for feast at the event can only be honored if the feast spot is re-sold. 5. No refund requests will be issued until the event books are closed and all reservation checks have been cleared by the bank. 6. Refund checks will be issued no later than forty-five (45) days after the end of the event.
The site will open at 6:00 pm Friday and close promptly at 10:00 am Sunday. The site will be wet; period containers requested. The buildings are smoke free. Only working service animals are allowed on site.
From the West: Take the best route to MD-32 to I- 97 South. From I-97 take Exit 5, MD- 178/Crownsville. At the light, continue straight on MD-178 South for approx 1.8 miles. At the light turn right onto Crownsville Road. Continue approx. 1 mile and turn right onto Hawkins Road (there is a sign for Elks Camp Barrett). Continue for approx. 1.8 miles. At bottom of hill, go thru the stop sign to enter the camp. From the North: Take the best route to I-97 South to Exit 5 and follow directions above for those coming west. From the South: From the Beltway (I- 495), take exit 19A US-50 East to exit 23 MD-450/Parole. Take MD-450 West and turn left at the light in front of Annapolis Mall (still MD-450). Continue approx 2 miles. Turn right at the light onto Crownsville Road. After 0.5 miles there will be a blue sign for Elks Camp Barrett. Take a left onto Chesterfield Road and go approx 1.4 miles. The camp will be on your left.
Mistress Avice Claremond (Theresa Straut)
1961 Barley Rd, Marriottsville, MD 21104
Phone: (240) 4634689