Join the Shire of Myrtle Holt for our Ancestral Remembrance
Celebration. What is the Ancestral Remembrance Celebration? The
A.R.C. is a chance for anybody to join us to gather and celebrate
the lives of those within the Society that we knew personally who
for one reason or another are no longer with us on our journey
through life. A.R.C. is a day meant to be a celebration of
life, full of fun and games, tourneys and competitions, and other
such frivolities capped by a potluck feast, and finally an evening
of bardic offerings commemorating our fallen friends. We pay
special attention at this event to providing lots of entertaining
activities aimed at pleasing the youths of our families at all
ages. We want our SCAdian children to have an event that they
really enjoy going to. Tentative list of activities planned for
this year's ARC event: Myrtleholt Heavy Defender Tournament, Ronald
Hawkwood Single-Sword Tournament, Cut and Thrust Championship Shire
Archery Championship, Childrens activities, Granny Grimm Kettle
Toss, Garbology Competition, Remembrance Bardic. Please visit back
as we publish more details.
Site Info: Name: Flying B Bar Ranch 1100 McMullen Creek Rd. Selma, OR 97538
Directions to Site:
From Grants Pass take US HWY 199 (Redwood Hwy) heading towards
the coast to Selma, OR. Turn left on Lake Shore Dr just a short
distance after Rays supermarket. (look for the sign for Lake
From the Coast take US HWY 199 (Redwood Hwy) heading towards
Grants Pass to Selma, OR. Turn righton Lake Shore Dr (look for the
sign for Lake Selmac)
Once on Lake Shore Dr drive 3.3 miles past the general store and
campground and take a right on McMullen Creek Rd. Drive.
approximately .6 miles and follow SCA sign (on right) to parking
and camping area for event.
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.