The North Wind blows across the stormy waters and vast expanse
of An Tir, bringing with it a feeling of excitement and
expectation. Something soon will happen. The need for
preparation is at hand! The Vikings are coming!
Come all from far and wide to the Nordic Winds TUTR! In
preparation for the Vikings are Coming exposition at the Royal
British Columbia Museum, the Barony of Seagirt is holding a TUTR
weekend with an array of classes to prepare those who want to
participate in the Vikings Are Coming demo.
We are planning a TUTR camping event with 3 tracks of classes.
There will be a Nordic set of classes, an archery set of
classes, and an introductory set of classes for those who are new
to the SCA. You will need to
pre-register for all classes.
Site opens at 5pm Friday.
Site closes at 4pm Sunday.
Site fee will be $20.00 for adults and youth, and children 12
and under are free.
Some classes may have additional registration fees.
The links to the class info and registration page are:
Come join us for a weekend of camping and learning under the
constellations that lead the Norseman to these verdant
Site Info: Name: Cobble hill Hall 3550 Watson Rd Cobble Hill, BC V0R 1L1
Directions to Site:
The site is located in
Cobble Hill at the Fairground. Directions to the site:
From Duncan (driving
South on the TransCanada Highway): Turn right at the Cobble Hill
Road traffic light (opposite Valleyview Shopping Centre and
Cowichan Bay Road). Follow Cobble Hill Road to Cobble Hill
village--- then follow the signs. 3550 Watson Road Cobble
From Victoria (driving
North on the TransCanada Highway): Turn left at Hutchinson Road
(3rd traffic light after Mill Bay Centre)--- then follow the
There is water on site
as well as flush toilets (yay!) Above ground fires are
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.