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The Sacred Stone Baronial Birthday

September 09- 11, 2016
Barony of Sacred Stone


Celebrate Sacred Stone's Baronial Birthday with the Night Court of the Foxes on a Moon Festival Night in Heian Era Nippon! Come to Sacred Stone's Otsukimi Moon Viewing for an evening of elegance, poetry, courtly etiquette, mystery and wonder! ...and perhaps a contest or two between the most noble of warriors. Please visit the website for full details.

Website: www.sites.google.com/site/sacredstonebb2016/

Martial Activities: The martial arts are the pride of the true samurai, and all those who are guests to the East. We hope to provide armored, rapier, youth, target archery, combat archery, thrown weapons and siege.

Arts & Sciences Activities: No country or time values the craftsman, the artisans, the intellectual, and the practitioners of the fine continental arts than a Heian court of the greatest land under the Emperor.
Best Use of the Holy Bird, the Phoenix of Sacred Stone
Best Moon for Viewing
Asian Armour Expo
Moon Poetry Festival (Tanka)
Encampment Display Competition
Use of Silk and/or Paper
Immaculate Garb Competition

Cost:  
        Adult, Member Discount:  $12.00 Day-Trip  $8.00 Feast  $0.00 Camping
        Adult Event Registration:  $17.00 Day-Trip  $8.00 Feast  $0.00 Camping
        Youth (13-17):  $6.00 Day-Trip  $8.00 Feast  $0.00 Camping
        Child (0-12): $0.00 Day-Trip  $8.00 Feast  $0.00 Camping

Make Checks Payable To:  SCA, Inc., Barony of Sacred Stone

Cost Notes: Feast will be PRE-REG only.

Site:  GPS-able Location:  2239 Center Road, Boonville, NC 27011. Site open Friday 5pm, closes Sunday 1pm.

Site Restrictions: Eichenburg Castle rests in spacious Boonville, North Carolina, and features natural, wide open spaces, an elegant castle, and a still lake, great both for lantern festivals and Viking funerals. With room for the noble art of kyudo, other archeries, and thrown weapons, as well as equestrian activities, the castle is a glorious site to proclaim the might of a proud barony. It is a primitive place, and perhaps a challenge to those who more naturally need the ease of palace life. It is a wet site.

Feast Information: Welcome to the Feast of the Foxes, with foods to sail to the moon on. We will have a street fair for you to purchase items of your choosing (pre-reg only):

Yakiniku Booth - 2 coins
Yakitori - Grilled Chicken Skewers
Sake yakite - Miso Grilled Salmon
Yasaiyaki - Grilled Vegetable skewers (eggplant, shitaki, green onion, tofu)
Udon Booth - 1 coin
Udon simmered in either vegetable broth or meat broth.
Rice is also available at this booth but it does not cost any coins.
A variety of toppings will be available.

Yasai Booth - 2 coins
Daikon no Nimono - Braised Daikon Radish
Nasu negi - Eggplant with Scallions Sesame Tofu

Namasu no Bu Booth 2 coins
Kyri Sunomono - Cucumber Salad
Ebi Namasu - Chilled Marinated Shrimp
A Variety of Pickles

Kashi no Bu Booth - 2 coins
Mochi - Sweet glutinous rice balls
Okoshi Kome - Sugar coated seads
Kakigori - Shaved Ice with dark sugar

Merchanting Information: Please contact the autocrat for space.

Other Information: Since this is a moon festival and activities will go on well into the evening, the day on Saturday will get started around 11:00 am.

Autocrat's Information: Lady Aine O Grienan (Tammy Reid), 4926 Charnel Road, Winston Salem, NC 27127,  Phone: (336) 829-8677, E-mail:  twolfpax[AT]yahoo.com

Reservations: Meisterin Gisela vom Kreuzbach (Kate Rauhauser-Smith), 1019 Mitchell Street, Mt. Airy, NC 27030, , E-mail:  gisela.vomkreuzbach[AT]gmail.com

Directions:

From the south: Take your best route to I-77 North. Take exit 82 and turn right at the end of the exit ramp. Proceed less than a mile and turn right onto Messick Rd. Go to the end of Messick Rd, and turn left on Center Road. Approximately 8
miles later is a Pure Oil gas station on the left. 1.4 miles past the Pure Oil station, turn right at the first castle on the right on a gravel road (Willow Spring Way).

From Hwy 421: Proceed to intersection with I-77 North. Take exit 82 and turn right at the end of the exit ramp. Proceed less than a mile and turn right onto Messick Rd. Go to the end of Messick Rd, and turn left on Center Road. Approximately 8 miles later is a Pure Oil gas station on the left. 1.4 miles past the Pure Oil station, turn right at the first castle on the right on a gravel road (Willow Spring Way).

From I-81: Proceed to I-77 South to Exit 82, turn left at the end of the exit ramp. Proceed less than a mile and turn right onto Messick Rd. Go to the end of Messick Rd, and turn left on Center Road. Approximately 8 miles later is a Pure Oil gas station on the left. 1.4 miles past the Pure Oil station, turn right at the first castle on the right on a gravel road (Willow Spring Way).

From the east: From Interstate 40, take exit to Highway 421 toward Boone and Yadkinville. This road exits from I-40 on the west side of Winston Salem near the intersection of Business I-40 and Bypass I-40. Continue on 421 until the Yadkinville/Highway 601 exit. At the end of the exit ramp in Yadkinville, turn right toward Booneville. Proceed into Yadkinville, and turn left onto old Highway 421. From old 421 one turn right on Booger Swamp Road, and at the end of Booger Swamp, turn right on Center Road, and stop at the first castle on your left, at the intersection of Willow Spring Way and Center Road. If you see the Pure Oil station, you have gone too far.
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