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Event Details
Southern Region War Camp & King and Queen's Archery Champions TRM will be in attendance TRH will be in attendance Event date: May 31st, 2013 - June 2nd, 2013
Hosted by Barony of Carillion - Manalapan, NJ
Event Last Modified: May 29th, 2013
Event details
King and Queen's Archery Champions will be held on Saturday at this event.  Please watch for check in times and start times.  This is a large site so please account for the time it will take to get from troll to the competition area.

Reminder:  No equestrian this year.

The pool will open early Saturday afternoon.  Check with troll for the exact times.  (Life guard on duty)

All per-registration is now closed.  We still gave openings in all areas so troll in early to insure you can sign up for what you are interested in.  Feast anyone!!!!!

Friday Night:
Fighters!  Friday night Torch Light Tourney!  Starts at 9p.m.  double elimination tourney with the finals being best of 3.

K&Q signup at 10AM sharp.  Signup will be at the practice archery range.

The call is out for archery marshals for both K&Q and the Practice range

The Barony of Carillion has stepped forward to answer the call to War and will host the Southern Region war camp Year III.  Located less then 10 minuets from exit 8 on the NJ Turnpike, there will be ample room for activities and camping.  We will be having a WOODS BATTLE!!!  As well as fields, bridges and a valley battle with siege and combat archery as it will occur at the war.  We will be having a variety of rapier activities to suit not only preparation for the war but the interest of the rapier community as well.  Archery shoots for all the war points including the clout will be available.  We will also be providing targets for the throwing weapons community, youth marshals will be running a youth tourney and melees, and we have tapped several very talented artisans to teach classes.

Class schedule:

12:30 Thrown Weapons MiT Training
Want to learn how to be a thrown weapons marshall? This class will get you on your way!
Lord Ichabod the Tall, Thrown Weapons Range, 30 minutes.

"But I can't read that!" Using Non-English Sources
If you have ever been frustrated by finding that the perfect reference to document your project is in a language you don't know, this class is for you.  We'll be talking about using online translation web sites, dictionaries, and many other tools that can help you to understand and use foreign language resources.  While we will briefly touch on pictographic languages like Chinese and Japanese, our focus will be on languages written with alphabets.
Dom.  Galefridus Peregrinus and Lady Judith bas Rabbi Mendel, 1 hour, Main Floor Conference Room

SCA, Technology and You
Confused about what constitutes an Official Voice, how to use photos and other creative works on the web and which form you are suppose to be using? This session is a Q & A for those people interested in learning more about the Society social media policies and how to use the release forms for photographs, creative works and models.  There will be time for open technology questions at the end of the session.
Baroness Alesone Gray of Cranlegh, Society Webminister, 1 Hour, Main Floor Conference Room

So You Want to Be a Book Herald?
This is an introductory class on being a book herald aimed at non-heralds who want to be heralds as well as new heralds.
Part I covers administrative aspects of book heraldry, the registration process, commenting, organization of the College of Arms, and related topics.
Lord Yehuda ben Moshe, Elmet Herald, one hour.  Main Floor Conference Room

Care and Feeding of Thrown Weapons
After an afternoon of split handles, notched blades, and dented knives, what’s a person to do? This class will show you the proper ways to care for your weapons. 
Lord Ichabod the Tall, Thrown Weapons Range. 

Guild Meetings:

2:00 PM
Arachne’s Web:  Lacemakers’ Guild Meeting, Basement Main Room
All are welcome to attend!

3:00 PM
Athena’s Thimble:  Needleworkers’ Guild Meeting, Basement Main Room
All are welcome to attend! 

Site Rules:
The site is dry.  If you have any site related questions please contact the site autocrat.  Day board will be supplied and a feast is planned.  There is also a wide variety of restaurants within 10 minuets drive of the site.  Local dining and shopping information will be provided at the troll.

Camping Rules:
Camp only in designated areas.  Use existing fire pits or portable fire pits supplied by the camp.  No ground fires outside of an approved fire pit.  All fires must be attended and have properly filled fire buckets near the fire pit.  Firewood will be available from the camp at a cost, no cutting of live trees.  No liquid fuel or liquid fuel devices.  Motor vehicles must be parked in designated parking areas.  If you have special needs please contact the site autocrat.

No cars in the camping area or on the battle field!  Pickup and drop off locations will be posted.

No pets are allowed.  Service animals are permitted, please contact the autocrat in advance.  No exceptions!

Site Opens: May 31, 2013 17:00
Site Closes: June 2, 2013 11:00
Event Location
Quail Hill Scout Reservation
56 LaValley Dr
Manalapan, NJ  07726

From the North and South find your best route to the New Jersey Turnpike (Interstate-95 a toll will apply).  Take exit #8 (Hightstown/Freehold) Route 33 – bear right onto Route 33 East for 6.2 miles.  Make a left turn using the jug handle to cross over Route 33 onto County Route 527A for .04 miles.  Turn right onto LaValley Drive. 

From the East, find your best route to Route 33 Westbound.  Turn right on Route 527A North after the Mobil station (sign posted on traffic light at intersection says 527/Iron Ore Road) for .04 miles.  Turn right on to LaValley Drive. 

Quail Hill signs are posted.

Event Fees
Site : Adults and Children $15 for non-members
Adults and Children $10 for members
Children under 8 years of age free
Limited cabin space is available for $5 per person.

Site fee includes day board.

Mail in deadline 4 weeks prior to event.

Feast: Feast will be available at $10 per person.

Make Checks Payable to: SCA NJ, Inc - Barony of Carillion

Contact Information
Event Steward:
Lord Aaron the Arrowsmith
(S,S any time M,T,W,T,F after 5 PM before 11 PM

Mail Address:
Paul Lamhut
77 Dock Road
Brick, NJ 08723

Send Reservations to:
The site Steward

Other Contact Information:
Send Reservations to:
Baroness Katrina MacAulish
Contact info TBD

Mail Address:

Other Contact Information:
Merchants Welcome:
Please contact:
Lady Marion
(No calls after 9PM please)

Mail Adddress:
6730 Ceder Ave.
Pennsaukon, NJ 08109


Days Inn Freehold
4089 Route 9, Freehold, NJ 07728

Radisson Hotel Freehold
50 Gibson Place, Freehold, NJ 07728

American Hotel Freehold
18 East Main Street #20
Freehold, NJ 07728
(732) 431-3220

Days Inn East Windsor
460 New Jersey 33
East Windsor, NJ 08520
(609) 448-3200

Hampton Inn East Windsor
384 Monmouth Street East Windsor, NJ 08520
(609) 426-1600
www.hilton.com ‎

Quality Inn
351 Franklin Street
East Windsor, NJ 08520
(609) 448-7399

Holiday Inn East Windsor‎
399 Monmouth Street
East Windsor, NJ 08520
(609) 448-7000

Fine places to eat:

Peking Pavilion- Hwy 33 West, Englishtown, New Jersey
Left onto Iron Ore Road, Left onto Rt 33, 3 miles to U turn Rt 33 West, restaurant on right

Baker's American Bar & Grille- 801 Hwy 33, Monroe Township, NJ
Left onto Iron Ore Road, Right onto Rt 33 W, 2 miles to restaurant

Romeo's Pizza- 130 Route 33 West, Englishtown, NJ.  Andee Plaza
Left onto Iron Ore Road, Left onto Rt 33, 3 miles to U turn Rt 33 West, restaurant on right

Freehold Mall- Ruby Tuesday, Cheesecake Factory, P.F.  Chang's China Bistro, Taco Bell
3710 US Highway 9, Freehold, NJ
Left onto Iron Ore Rd, Left onto Rt 33 East, go 3.2 miles bear right onto Rt 33 Business E exit toward US-9 N/Freehold/Business District, entrance to Freehold mall is less than 2 miles on your right

American Diner
359 Route 130 N, East Windsor, NJ 08520

Barony of Carillion Event Refund Policy:
Individuals requesting event pre-registration refunds must contact the Autocrat and/or Reservations Clerk for that event in some manner(by email, in writing, or a phone call), prior to the start of the event(that morning inclusive).
A Refund Request Form is to be filled out by the Autocrat, Reservationist, and the Requestor (if possible).
Partial refunds for a group reservation where one or more individuals were unable to attend can be issued:  i.e, one check sent in with reservations for four people and one or more will not be attending.
No refunds will be issued if the event does not make a profit.
Any refunds will be issued in the form of a check drawn on the Barony of Carillion checking account.  Refund checks will not be issued until the event books have been closed.
Post event refund requests will be considered on an individual basis and only in extreme or emergency circumstances, subject to approval by the Autocrat, Baronial Exchequer, and the Baronial Senechal.
All reservation checks are to be written to:  SCA-NJ inc.,- Barony of Carillion and be written in black or blue ink only. 

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