The Tournament of the Silver Chalice
August 26 2017 (9 AM - 10 PM )
Barony of Hidden Mountain
Friends, Romans, Grecians, Persians, pray ALL Countrymen! It is time for our Annual Tournament of The Silver Chalice. Please join the Barony of Hidden Mountain as it takes to the shores of the ancient Mediterranean Sea to celebrate this long standing novice baronial event. We will see a day of Armoured Fighting, Rapier Fighting, Target Archery, Thrown Weapons, Youth Fighting and the Arts.
Are these crafts new to you? Please come try your hand! What of cuisine you ask? Only the best Med- styled day board available through sea and land!! (Menu available on website.) So Gentles, please join us Saturday, August 26 at The Thomas Britton Center, 904 N 65th Ave., Myrtle Beach, SC 29572.
Martial Activities: - Heavy and Rapier Fighting
- Youth Fighting
- Target Archery
- Thrown Weapons
Arts & Sciences Activities: Come One, Come all to the Ancient Mediterranean. We have a wondrous competition for all!! There will be three categories: Adult ages 13 and up, Youth 12 and under, and Scroll Blanks. We challenge you to attempt an art or science that you have never done before and enter as a novice in this tournament. The Scroll Blank competition is anything depicting a chalice.
There will also be a non-judged open display for those wishing to share their beautiful projects or foods from the Ancient Mediterranean.
In addition, there will be 3 classes. (For additional information, please go to the Silver Chalice website.) - Roman Fibula making to decorate your beautiful Chiton. - Fiber Arts: Intro to Drop Spindle Weaving. -- Spaces are limited. For Roman Fibula or Drop Spindle, please contact our MOAS for the event Lady Caitrina inghean Eoin( Leslie Pippin) at lespip[AT]gmail.com
Youth Illumination (YAFA Division 1 and 2 combined) As a part of the YAFA (Youth and Family Achievement) Program, Youth Illumination will require advance registration by the family into the program. http://yafa.sca.org/index.php Please contact Lady Umm Samin at salachappy[AT]gmail.com for reservations and additional information.
And a Challenge from our Youth Arts & Sciences Champion: Hear ye Hear ye Children of Atlantia, I Willow Pippinsdaughter, Youth A&S Champion of Hidden Mountain, Do hereby challenge each and everyone of you to do a craft you have never done before and bring it to Silver Chalice! See if you can beat me at A&S!!
Cost: Adult, Event Registration: $13.00 Day-Trip $10.00 Feast $0.00 Camping
Adult, Member Discount: $8.00 Day-Trip $10.00 Feast $0.00 Camping
Youth (6-17): $5.00 Day-Trip $5.00 Feast $0.00 Camping
Child (0-5): $0.00 Day-Trip $0.00 Feast $0.00 Camping
Make Checks Payable To: SCA, Inc., Barony of Hidden Mountain
Site: The Thomas Britton Center, 904 N 65th Ave., Myrtle Beach, SC 29572. Site opens 9am, closes 10pm
Site Restrictions: No Smoking. No Pets. No Alcohol.
Feast Information: Day Board with Breakfast, Lunch and Snacks. Seated Dinner. **Feast gear not necessary unless you wish. (Please see menu on website.)
Merchanting Information: Merchanting space is available but limited. Please contact the Autocrat ASAP if interested. Caissene ingen Fhaelain at caissenesca[AT]aol.com
Other Information: Operational Classes:
- MOAS 101-102, taught by Kingdom Deputy of Instruction (Lady Umm Samin bint Asad al_Isfahaniyya), 1 hour
- Archery Marshaling, (Lord Patris de Terra Lepori), 2 hours
- Exchequer 101, (Mistress Alisoun MacCoul), 1 hour
--Additional information available on Website.
Autocrat's Information: Caissene ingen Fhaelain (Kathleen Fletcher), 1636 Camfield Lane, Mt Pleasant, SC 29466, Phone: (843) 534-7191, E-mail: caissenesca[AT]aol.com
Reservations: Master Geoffrey dâ€™Ayr of Montalban (Rob Himmelsbach), 199 Cabrill Dr, Charleston, SC 29414, Phone: (267) 226-6196, E-mail: rob.martin.bishop[AT]comcast.net
Take your best route to Myrtle Beach, heading north on Hwy 17 N. At 62nd Ave N, turn east at light, then immediate left to frontage road. Follow down and around to right becoming 65th Ave. North. The site is on the left with a large soccer field and a set of white buildings.