summer begins, there has been a note of some unrest between the
houses of Aquaterra and her surrounding areas. So, before
discordant words become villainous deeds; I invite all houses to
the Masonic Park on the weekend of September 19th. There we can
rightly judge the prowess of each house based of the following
Stewardship and Activities That Support the Running of a
Marshalsea and Activities That Support the Defending of a
Artisans and Activities That Support Creation and Beautification of
Attaché and Activities That Support the Ambassadorship of a
addition to the traditional and popular Banner War contests, this
year will also include interdisciplinary challenges that will
encompass the various aspects of a household in a… troubled
time. In so doing, I challenge each of the houses to foster all
interests of our society in order to form a Complete House.
Additionally, war points will be given for winning AND for having
your house represented. Gather your house, bring your banner and we
will see you in September!
Steward: Lady Geneviève de Bretagne (Jenifer Keating)
$20 for Adults, $13 for Youth
$10 for Adult, $8 for Youth
for those 5 and younger
Member Surcharge of US $5 applies to all adult
checks payable to Barony of Aquaterra, SCA Inc.
Masonic Family Park, 24310 Mountain Loop Hwy, Granite Falls, WA
Site Hours: Site opens to populous at 3pm on Friday and closes at
5pm on Sunday.
Site Info: Name: Masonic Family Park 24310 Mountain Loop Hwy Granite Falls, WA 98252
Directions to Site:
Event Directions: From
I-5, take US-2 (East toward Wenatchee). Take WA-204 to Lake
Stevens. Turn left (North) onto WA-9. Turn right onto WA-92 (East
toward Granite Falls). WA-92 ends in a T-intersection in Granite
Falls -- turn left onto Mountain Loop Hwy. The site entrance is 4.5
miles from this point, and will be on your left. Watch for SCA
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.