December 7, 2019 @ 9:00 am – 9:00 pm
Co-hosted by Barony Beyond the Mountain and Bergental
Greetings, one and all! As the days grow cold and the North wind begins its relentless pursuit, it’s time to seek the warm welcoming halls of good neighbors and friends. The Barony Beyond the Mountain and our Northern neighbor Bergental, have, once again, combined our efforts to provide such a haven to all who would seek it! We welcome you to join Their Majesties and Their Highnesses in our hall for a day of feasting, marshal activities, competitions, music, dancing, games, ceremony, and respite. Merchants are also most welcome!
Their Excellencies of the Barony Beyond the Mountain and Bergental are calling for a court of color and would be delighted by seeing all arrayed in their finery of green.
Note the site will be open for set-up from 5:15 pm Friday to 8:00 pm and from 7:00 am Saturday. Tear-down ends at Midnight Saturday (Or, hopefully, MUCH earlier!) If you are on site after feast, thank you for helping to clean up!
Julfest aus 1553
For questions regarding the feast, contact the Head Feast Cook, Lady Sisuile Butler
Bratwurst & mustard
Genovese tarts (spinach and cheese)
Roasted root vegetables
Cheese buns (fried cheese doughnuts)
Shortbread cookies with rings
Site is damp. Beer, wine, mead or champagne ONLY. No spirits or spirit-based cordials are allowed on site, not even as gifts.
No smoking or vaping on site. Not even in the parking lot. You must go outside the fence to smoke or vape.
No open flames are allowed by CT law. Enclosed candles and flames only.
No animals are allowed on site except Service Animals as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (guide dogs, signal dogs, or other animals individually trained to provide assistance to an individual with a disability). Connecticut laws on assistance animals and guide dogs are summarized here. (This is a .pdf. See Section 4, page 25.)
Site is accessible with ADA-complaint bathrooms and a ramp to get into the building. There is ample designated handicapped parking. All activities take place either outside (the archery area is accessible through the paved parking lot) or on the ground floor. Changing areas are on the stage up a short flight of steps, but we also have an accessible changing area with no steps.
The Site fee is $15, with a $5 discount for members of the SCA. Children 17 and under are free. This includes Dayboard. Feast Fee is $10. Feast limited to 80 people. Reservation information and Paypal link will be forthcoming. Make Checks Payable to: Barony Beyond the Mountain, SCA Inc.
Ciara McRobbie (Anne Akin)
29 Fowler Road
North Stonington, CT 06359
Mesterinde Anarra Karlsdottir, OL (Terry Neill)
North, East or West, take your best route to I-84, Exit 36 (Slater Road).
From the exit, continue straight onto Sterling Road. Sterling ends in a T with a wood straight ahead of you.
At the woods, turn LEFT onto Corbin Avenue. The entrance to the site is on your RIGHT. It’s a gate in a chain-link fence just before Osgood Avenue. If you get to the traffic light on Osgood you’ve just passed it.
From the South, take I-91 to Exit 22N (Route 9 North).
Merge LEFT to Route 72 WEST towards Bristol.
Take the Corbin Avenue exit. This is a right-hand exit off of Route 72.
Turn RIGHT onto Corbin Avenue for ~1.3 miles.
The entrance to the site is on your RIGHT. It’s a gate in a chain-link fence just before Osgood Avenue. If you get to the traffic light on Osgood you’ve just passed it.
(If you miss the Corbin Avenue exit, then get onto I-84 East-bound and follow the directions above.)