Hear the Battle Cry of War! Borealis asks you, “Are you
friend or foe?”
Join the Barony of Borealis
in a day filled with martial combat and other activities as we go
War points will be awarded in
Heavy, Rapier, Archery, Arts & Sciences and Bardic
competitions. Young people’s events, including a youth combat
practice will also contribute to war points. Details on scenarios
will be posted on the lists.
Rapier Armour Inspection
11:00am – 1:00
Youth Armoured Combat Practice
Heavy Armour Inspection
2:00 pm –
Pot Luck Dinner
will be Dancing & Socializing …until the wee
During the day
A&S and Bardic activities will be happening for War
There is also be Family Activities happening
in the Family Activities Tent.
you are planning to attend Winter War and are bringing any children
that don’t rightfully belong to you please make sure that you
bring the necessary authorization forms with you as entry without
them will NOT be permitted. Please review the An Tir website
for the PDF fill & print forms.http://www.antir.sca.org/Pubs/forms/#waivers
The Winter War feast will be
group or individual who wants to be part of this feast is asked to
bring something to share. To avoid having too much of one kind of
food and not enough of another we suggest you choose a dish
according to the first letter of your modern surname:
A - G - Bread and spreads
(butter, cheese, hummus, etc.)
M - Salads
S - Rice,
pasta, pickles, nuts, dried fruit
The Borealis Cooking group is providing the
hot meat dishes.
How much food?
Imagine that no one else brought any food and you (or your group)
had to make do with the food you brought. Would there be enough to
satisfy you? If the answer is "yes" then that's enough food. (In
the past the guideline has been "bring enough for 4-6 servings"
which also works but assumes that a single person will bring as
much as a family of six.)
What kind of
food? Something that looks medieval if possible, but if it's a
choice between yummy modern food or questionable medieval fare you
know which one is preferred! Please make sure the food is "ready to
serve" when it is brought to the buffet table.
Please bring a
label of the ingredients of your dish for people with
Merchants are welcome however
space is limited. Please contact Joan firstname.lastname@example.org
to reserve your place.
Torynsson and Kora Kendal (Murray and Athena MacGregor) at
youth and children under 17 free. A $5.00 NMS applies to all
adults who do not have proof of Membership.
Make cheques payable to SCA-Barony of Borealis.
Site: Wetaskiwin Drill Hall, 4513-50 Avenue, Westaskiwin,
AB T9A 1L2
Site opens at 7:00pm Friday and closes at
10:00am Sunday. Showers are available on site. Free overnight
camping Friday & Saturday night- There is no extra charge for
overnight camping but some assistance with set-up and clean up is
expected. (Take down at 8:00am each morning)
Directions: From North or South Hwy 2, turn off on
Hwy 2A into Westaskiwin. Turn east on 50 avenue, go about
1.5km to the Exhibition Grounds.
From East or West take Hwy 13 into town turn South on 56 street
(Hwy 2A) and follow above directions.
Name: Wetaskiwin Drill Hall
4513 - 50 Street
Westaskiwin, AB T9A 1L2
Site Info: Name: Wetaskiwin Drill Hall 4513 - 50 Street Westaskiwin, AB T9A 1L2
Directions to Site:
Directions: From North or South
Hwy 2A into Wetaskiwin. Turn east on 50th Avenue, go about 1.5km to
the exhibition grounds.
From East or West take Hwy 13 into town turn south on 56 Street
(Hwy 2A) and follow above directions
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.