The event will be held at
Kasner Farms in Blodgett, approximately 20 miles west of Corvallis
and just over the line into Terra Pomaria. The site address
is: 31653 Hwy 20,
Blodgett, 97326. Please note that this address will NOT come
up correctly in Google Maps. Use this link instead, as it is
based off latitude/longitude andhas been verified
Site fee will be:
Youth 10-17: $10
Children 6-9: $5
Under 6: free
NMS Will NOT be charged!
Site opens at 12 Noon
Friday, August 9 and closes at 4 PM on Sunday, August 11.
There will be a potluck feast Friday night to welcome
everyone. Please bring a dish, based on first letter of
modern last name: A-G main dish; H-P side dish; Q-Z dessert.
Because of the heightened fire danger in the current weather, all
open fires are prohibited by the Oregon Department of Forestry;
this includes both wood and charcoal fires. Propane and other
bottled fuel stoves are allowed, but please be sure to have fire
extinguishing materials close to hand.
Classes: We have several lined up, including Intro to the SCA, Hand
Weaving and Beginning Blackwork. Come, and learn!
Largess competition: For this competition please bring a minimum of
6 largesse items. Use your imagination! Actual details will come
soon but please do not post pictures of your entry on social media
and please do not tag your items. This will be a populace vote and
we would like all entrants to remain secret to the
Site Info: Name: Kasner's Farm 31653 Highway 20 Blodgett, OR 97326
Directions to Site:
From I-5: Take Hwy 34 East through Corvallis. Continue
west on 34 to the Hwy 20 spit; stay right on 20. The site
will be approximately 20 miles west of Corvallis. Site will
be on the right.
From the Coast: From Newport take Hwy 20 east for 31.5 miles.
Site will be on the left.
Site will be marked with SCA signs and has a barn with
"Burntwoodstock" in large, friendly letters on the roof.
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.