A great Stile Pas d’Armes has been declared for the afternoon of October the Twelfth, following the Tournament to find the Heirs of Calontir.
All Ladies of the Rose as well as Consorts of the Contestants from the day and all they invite to join them, are cordially invited to join a great Gallery to witness and judge the acts of puissance, honor, chivalry and courtesy performed at said Pas.
Their Royal Majesties will present a worthy gift, a buckler made by Master Ravasz Janos, shown below. Other prizes will be made available for the Gallery’s gift, and in addition the members of the Gallery are encouraged to offer praise and favor to those who they find worthy.
Please join us for a pleasant afternoon of guts and gore…er, um…sport, in honor of Crown, Heirs, Kingdom and the Art of Steel!
Master Mathurin Kerbusso
When: December 14, 2019
Where: Calvary Lutheran School, 12411 Wornall Rd, Kansas City, MO 64145
Map Link: http://goo.gl/maps/DKu8i
Adult Event Registration: $15
Adult Member Discount Registration: $10
Ages 17 and under free
Make Checks Payable to SCA, Inc. – Barony of Forgotten Sea
Inn: The Calvary Lutheran School plans to hold an inn for lunch. Funds raised will support the
This is a dry site.
Please send any questions to the event stewards.
Mistress Aidan Cocrinn
(MKA: Holly Cochran)
6737 N. Garfield Ave.
Gladstone, MO 64118
TEXT to 913-731-7280
Baroness Ayisha bint Asad
5540 Goodman St.
Merriam, KS 66202
Meeting Schedule Coordinator:
Lady Ælin Kausi
(MKA: Alicia Glessner
Post expires at 1:16pm on Friday December 20th, 2019
E-Pay is now available for Crown Tournament. This will include site fee and feast if you are so inclined. E-pay will be open until October 2nd.
We hope you are as excited as we are for a 3-day long event filled with fighting, archery, A&S and food, and most importantly the determination of our heirs.
(Ed. note, the title of this article has been edited to indicate the statement came from the Crown Tournament stewards, not TRMs. Apologies for the error)
Post expires at 11:37am on Monday October 28th, 2019
From Mèstra Giraude Benet:
Küche mit Kachelofen, aus: Kuchenmaistrey, erstmals erschienen 1485 bei Peter Wagner. V
I’d like to share some info about the cooking classes that Master Tosten will be teaching at Lilies this year. They are under my name in the site book, but while I will be helping, he is the main instructor! You can sign up in advance to reserve a spot, which will help him know how much supplies to bring in. Both classes will be held at my cooking table setup across from The Harp!
Cooking in Clay – Baked Apples
Mèstra Giraude Benet
Sunday, June 9 – 1:00 pm for 1 hour
Audience: Adults Skill Level: Beginner
Age Limit: 8 Fee: $30 (Fee includes a clay pipkin to keep) Max Size: None
Class Description: With Master Tosten du Calais. Explore the process of cooking in clay in the fire. Participate in the history of cooking, and go home with yummy yummy baked apples and your own pipkin. Cut up the fruit, season, and cook to perfection. Class is open to student 8 and above, with parental attendance in the class as well. You may sign up and pre-pay in advance at Tosten’s Pots
Cooking in Clay – Main Dish
Mèstra Giraude Benet
Sunday, June 9 – 9:00 am for 2 hours
Audience: All Skill Level: Beginner
Age Limit: 8 Fee: $40 (Fee includes a small cooking pot to keep) Max Size: None
Class Description: With Master Tosten du Calais. Explore the process of cooking in clay in the fire. Participate in the history of cooking and go home with hearty main dish and a small cooking pot. Using period ingredients, create a unique combination for you and to share. Simmer your meal in the coals. And share with others, your interest in cooking and period life. You can sign up in advance on Facebook at Tosten’s Pots. Anyone who might be interested in signing up for the class but who is not on Facebook can email Master Tosten at Dougv@gryph.com , and he will send a PayPal invoice.
Due to flooding at the site, the Tournament of Valor was postponed. The new date is Labor Day weekend, August 30 to September 2.
Photo courtesy Johann Steinarsson
Duke Anton Raghelan and Lady Yseult de Michel were invested at Spring 2019 Crown Tournament
The Smith from “Eigentliche Beschreibung aller Stände auf Erden (1568)”
This research paper titled Comparing blacksmithing tools from the Mästermyr find with others from Viking Era Scandinavia was the entry of Lady Ása lúfa
From His Excellency Duncan Bruce of Logan, gleaned from MeWe.
Another successful and fun Twelfth Night in the Barony of Lonely Tower .
And to make this one extra special, His Excellency Thomas de Chateau Noir, the originator of the Social Club tournament was there. The Social Club went on for 4 hours of fighting. Between the top 5 finalists there were over 500 wins counted!
(For those of you who don’t know how the Thomas de Chateau Noir Social Club tournament works, it is a bear pit tournament where the winner stays on the field. The expectation is that the combatants will introduce themselves before each bout, and the loser informs the list table of the name of the winner. By the end of the day, all the fighters will have probably crossed swords with each of the others at least once, and hopefully will remember their names. Hence the “social” part.)
There were fighters from all over the kingdom, and everyone seemed to have a great time.
There was also an armored combat novice tournament that was well attended, in addition to several cut & thrust tournaments and a couple of A&S competitions.
Several worthy people were recognized by Their Majesties in court, many of which had to be fetched from the kitchen. Their Excellencies Lonely Tower celebrated their first year by announcing new archery and cut and thrust champions. And in Their final act in Their final court at Their final full event, Their Majesties brought Hugo van Harlo in Their Order of the Silver Hammer for all his research into and wonderful recreations of period map making techniques. Very well deserved.