Event Information

Kings Assessment
(2023-07-08 - Site opens at 8 AM & Closes at 8 PM)
Black Diamond

The hills are alive with the sound of war. The Atlantian Crowns once again gather their troops in preparation for battle. Rally with your kin and friends in support of Atlantia! Join us for a weekend of combat. Feats of strength and melee await our fighters while displays of fine arts and crafts stand ready for the discerning eyes of the populace. Relax with friends along shaded river banks or compete at the archers mark. Black Diamond offers its well- known hospitality to all of Atlantia at this year"s King"s Assessment.

Website: https://blackdiamond.atlantia.sca.org/kings-assessment/

FightingRapier, Heavy, Archery
Arts & Sciences:Dirty Dozen Kingdom Largesse Competition, Dirty Half Dozen Baronial Largesse Competition, Fighter Food Competition Lady Genevote la Feseresse, genthemaker@gmail.com

Adult Member Registration$20.00$0.00$0.00
Adult Non-Member Registration$25.00$0.00$0.00
Youth (6-17)$10.00$0.00$0.00
Child (0-5)$0.00$0.00$0.00
"Requests for refunds should be received in writing within 7 days after the event. They will be considered individually by the Financial Committee, and will be issued after the event books have been closed and all checks have been deposited and cleared by the bank." 
Make Checks Payable To:SCA, Inc., Barony of Black Diamond
Registration Notes:
Site:Rockfish Valley Community Center, 190 Rockfish School Ln Afton, VA 22920
Site Restrictions:Gravel & Paved parking lot, Handicap parking/bathrooms, Grass fields, Paved sidewalks around site
Event Steward:Lady Rin of Seven Hills (Erin Vickers), 141 Bryant Drive, Waynesboro , VA 22980, Phone: (434) 8494914, E-mail: Vickers.erin1@gmail.com
Reservations:Agatha La Sommeliere (Jordan Renald), 1143 millners dr, Lynchburg, VA 24502, Phone: (434) 8410534, E-mail: agathalasommeliere@gmail.com

The Center is located at 190 Rockfish School Lane (State Route 635 West) Afton, VA off of Rt. 151, in northwestern Nelson County, Virginia. We are 8 miles south of US 250 and approximately 3 miles north of the village of Nellysford.