Atlantian 12th Night (2016-01-08 - 2016-01-10) Nottinghill CoillNot long after the turn of the 16th Century, two of the World’s most powerful men decided to meet to discuss peace and alliances. The meeting of Henry VIII of England and Francis of France on “The Field of the Cloth of Gold” remains one of the most remembered peace summits in history, due largely to each man’s desire to “one-up” the other in terms of displays of wealth, pageantry, and chivalry. Gentles traveled from far and wide, some supporting France, some supporting England, and some just to see what kind of spectacle would take place. Both Regents were touted as great men of Renaissance, and therefore each side brought with them the most shining examples of showmanship. There were displays of Artistic Talent, Martial Talent, and Games in a carnival-like atmosphere on a scale seldom seen in this time period.
So come join us as we recreate the atmosphere of this fabled meeting at Atlantian Twelfth Night – a Celebration of the Chivalry and Pageantry of the 16th Century. The theme is anything attributable to the 16th Century. There will be Arts, Sciences, Performances, Fighting (yes, heavy and rapier), and even Dinner Theatre!
Martial Activities: There will be Tournaments for both Heavy and Rapier Fighters, held before the assembled galleries. At the close of each bout, the fighter who was defeated must “plead for his or her life” to the assembled crowd. If a Lady (or Lord) in the crowd bestows their favor upon said fighter, he or she gets to remain in the Tourney for another round. Fighters may only take advantage of this twice during the Tournament. Favors will be available for purchase for a $2 or more donation to The Greenville Humane Society (at Her Majesties Request – a non-kill shelter).
Arts & Sciences Activities: A&S categories will include Costuming (anything attributable to the 16th Century), Scroll work (Best Interpretation of a Period Peace Treaty), Best Interpretation of a 16th Century Painting or Sculpture (in any Medium), and Best Fiber or Leather Arts Incorporating the Color Gold.
Adult, Member: $15.00 Day-Trip $10.00 Feast $5.00 Camping
Adult, Non-Member: $20.00 Day-Trip $10.00 Feast $5.00 Camping
Youth (5-17): $ 5.00 Day-Trip $10.00 Feast $5.00 Camping
Child (0-4): $ 0.00 Day-Trip $ 0.00 Feast $0.00 Camping
Make Checks Payable To: SCA, Inc., Barony of Nottinghill Coill
Site: Table Rock Wesleyan Camp 125 Bethany Cove Drive Pickens, SC 29671 Site opens Friday 5pm, closes Sunday 11am.
Site Restrictions: NO alcohol. NO pets : service animals are permitted but owners must have up to date vaccination records on hand. NO smoking in rooms.
Feast Information: A sumptuous feast will be prepared by Lord Axum O’Neal for the culinary pleasure of all attending. Feast will be served with tables arranged “in the round”, and during feast there will be displays of combat and arts to entertain all those assembled. Email Lord Axum any dietary concerns : smsoforic[AT]aol.com
Merchanting Information: For those of you wishing to merchant please contact Lord Draco : rabidstew[AT]yahoo.com
Autocrat\'s Information: Caitriona inghean Ghiolla Phadraig (Jennifer Dutschke), 308 Earle Road, Central, SC 29630, Phone: (864) 915-8434, E-mail: SCAGreyhound[AT]Yahoo.com
Reservations: Lady Janna of Falcon Cree (Janna Benge Shelby), 110 McArthur Street, Easley, SC 29642, Phone: (864) 386-3793, E-mail: totooz63[AT]yahoo.com
From Northwest (Asheville, NC) -Best Route to Interstate 26 E -Take exit 54 to merge onto US-25 S toward US-176/N Carolina 225/Greenville Entering South Carolina (16.3 mi) -Take the exit on the left toward S Carolina 11 S/Cherokee Foothills Scenic Hwy (0.2 mi) -Turn left onto S Carolina 11 S/Cherokee Foothills Scenic Hwy (4.5 mi) -Turn right onto S Carolina 11 S/US-276 N/Geer Hwy Continue to follow S Carolina 11 S (12.2 mi) -Turn right onto W Gate Rd (1.0 mi) -Turn right onto Bethany Cove Dr Destination will be on the left
From the East (Columbia, SC) Best Route to Interstate 26 W -Slight left onto I-385 N (39.9 mi) -Take exit 40A to merge onto S Carolina 291 N/N Pleasantburg Dr (1.5 mi) -Turn left to stay on S Carolina 291 N/N Pleasantburg Dr (3.0 mi) -Continue onto S Carolina 253/Paris Mountain Rd/State Park Rd (0.1 mi) -Turn right onto US-276 N/Poinsett Hwy -Continue to follow US-276 N (20.8 mi) -Continue onto S Carolina 11 S/S Carolina 8 E/Cherokee Foothills Scenic Hwy - Continue to follow S Carolina 11 S (6.8 mi) -Turn right onto W Gate Rd (1.0 mi) -Turn right onto Bethany Cove Dr . Destination will be on the left
From the North (Charlotte, NC) Best Route to I-85 S Entering South Carolina -Take exit 72 for US-176 toward I-585/Inman/Spartanburg (0.3 mi) -Slight right onto US-176 W/N Pine St ,Continue to follow US-176 W (13.4 mi) -Slight left onto S Carolina 11 S/Pine S, Continue to follow S Carolina 11 S (22.6 mi) -Turn right onto S Carolina 11 S/US-276 N/Geer Hwy, Continue to follow S Carolina 11 S (12.2 mi) -Turn right onto W Gate Rd (1.0 mi) -Turn right onto Bethany Cove Dr. Destination will be on the left .
From the South (Atlanta, GA) Best Route to I-85 N Entering South Carolina -Take exit 1 for S Carolina 11 (0.4 mi) -Turn left onto S Carolina 11 N/Cherokee Foothills Scenic Hwy (50.3 mi) -Turn left onto W Gate Rd (0.5 mi) -Turn left onto Bethany Cove Dr Destination will be on the left