Greetings from Ivon and
Hlutwige, Lord and Lady Stromgard.
It’s Yule Feast Time in
Stromgard! Please Join Us!
The holiday season is upon us
and the Barony of Stromgard (Vancouver, Washington) invites
all to join us for our Yule Feast,
Saturday, December 7, 2013.
This event is the Barony's gift to its members and friends and has
no site fee, we are encouraging all to bring food for the local
food banks instead.
Site opens at
noon and closes at 9:00
p.m. Dinner will be at 5. After dinner
will be a short Baronial Court.
There will be a voluntary
gift/ornament exchange for those wishing to
participate. Please keep gifts in the $5 to $10
range and ornaments can be handmade or
There will be heavy fighting and
indoor activities for adults and children include salt ornament
will have 4 classes - Anya will teach kumihimo (Japanese cord
(Japanese cloth folding/wrapping) - $5 each, and Khanzara will be
teaching Byzantine necklace making - $5 andBeginning
embroidery - $1. Times will be posted on
The Barony will provide roasted
fowl and homemade bread and request that all celebrants joining us
bring a potluck dish of 10 servings per attendee. (Please remember
serving sizes are only about ¼ c per person so this
translates roughly to a large casserole for a family of
bring your potluck dish according to modern last name: a-l = Main
dish; m-o = finger foods; p-z desserts.
Site Info: Name: Pioneer Grange 3803 NE 199th Street Ridgefield, WA 98642
Directions to Site:
Directions: I-5 north or
south to NE 179th Street/Exit 9.
From the south, take exit 9 and
continue directly through the light at the ramp
and thus north onto NE 10th Avenue to 199th Street, turn right onto
NE 199th Street, turn right onto 199th and the site is on the right
approximately 1 mile.
From the north, at the off-ramp
light, turn left, take the second left, onto NE 10th Avenue then
follow directions as if coming from south.
Note that the above Weather and Map information is generated from the site address and can be easily confused. The weather will say if its for the branch or for the site. It will be for the site if the site can be found, but this again is not always the case, and if the site is some distance from the branch then the weather may be different.