Northern Yule 2018
Come join us as we celebrate the returning of the sun to our warm fair lands. We will celebrate with a day of playing period games, bardic, center piece competition, sweets competition adult and children’s gift exchange (10.00) and a silent auction.
Their Royal Majesties will be holding a Pelican Circle at 10:30. The sweets competition will be at 11:30 and a side board of delicious eatables at noon. The winner of the sweets competition will be announced at TRM’s court being held at 1:00. The rest of the day will be filled with period games, center piece competition and much merriment.
Bring your horns or mugs to toast with us, this winter’s evening and join in story, song and feasting.
Feast will consist of, freshly baked breads, season butters, pickled eggs and cheeses.
A hearty bailey lentil and pea soup, pit roasted pig with an assortment of winter vegetables.
There will also be vegetarian options.
A warm pear and apple cider will be served during the feast.
Evening will feast will finish out with handcrafted fruit and cheese tarts, drizzled with honey and nuts and other pastries.
The festivities will wind down with our adult and children’s gift exchange.
Mistress Aimee Douglas (Julie Holmes) email@example.com
Padraig O’Laughlin (Patrick Gonzales) firstname.lastname@example.org
Adult event registration 15.00
Adult member discount registration 10.00
Youth 5-17 5.00
Feast: Adult 10.00 Youth 5.00
Please make your feast reservations to
Cynthia DeFranciso email@example.com
2423 Kalamath Loop
Fort Mohave AZ 86426
There will be a 100 person cap, so please reserve you spot by 11-10-2018 Link to PreReg form https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-Dmo2nND06sbclXdRphtiu_yoJVZprc5/view?usp=sharing
Site opens at 10am, closes at 8pm
Site: Golden Paradise Landowners
5505 West Hwy 68
Golden Valley Az 86413
Golden Paradise Landowners is located 20 minutes from Kingman, on Hwy 68.
This event is sponsored by the Kingdom of Atenveldt, which is part of the Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc. More information can be found on our website at www.atenvedlt.org.
by Johann der Becker