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Event Details
Foresters Fall Feast and Faire Event date: November 16th, 2013
Hosted by Shire of Avonmore (Incipient) - Saint Marie, NB
Event Last Modified: October 17th, 2013
 
Event details
As it is known that the Shire of Avonmore (incipient) being a wild and newly settled land is filled with outlaws, brigands, and highwaymen and even its costal waters are filled with pirates, the Foresters have come to civilize the region.  Loyal to the Crown of the East and to its landed nobility, the Foresters patrol the wild green woods where men in heavy armor fear to tread.  No more shall travelers between the Shire of Lyndhaven and the Barony of Ruantallan come to harm in the dark forests of Avonmore as the foresters now protect the way.
The Foresters Fall feast and Faire is the year end celebration of the harvest and the hunt, a day of games, fellowship and feasting…
Activities will include;

Outdoor living Scholae classes (the one match fire and basic rope work for camping)
Arts and Sciences competition
Fencing competition
Heavy Fighting competition
Archery competition
Forester Games – Tug of War and Cat and Mouse tug of war
Indoor games – Quoits (ring toss) table billiards (guests are encouraged to bring games)
Merchants are welcome to set up in the Foresters Hall

Due to pirate and outlaw activities in Avonmore, any with skill at arms may be called upon and be duly deputized by the Foresters to form a posse comitatus and hunt down or evict a ruthless gang of cut throats rumored to have a winter camp in the area.  The Foresters are always grateful for assistance protecting the green.

Darkness falls early in the autumn and we shall retire inside for feast and fellowship.  The Foresters Guild Master will give awards to persons winning the games and competitions at the day’s events.
The feast is simple forester fare;
Cured beef
Cabbage
Carrots
Potatoes
Turnips
As well as a variety of lesser fare
No extensive dayboard is planned, just simple fare but feel free to cook on the open fire with us pot luck style
Contact us if you have dietary issues and we will make an attempt to accommodate you.

Site Opens: 10:00 AM
Site Closes: 11:00 PM
 
Event Location
Sugar Bush
178 Sucrerie Road
Saint Marie, NB  E4S 1Y7
Canada

Directions:
La Causerie is located in the Kent County about 40 minutes north of Moncton, New Brunswick
On the Trans Canada Highway in North Moncton: 
From Fredericton Take exit 459A (right) toward Notre-Dame/Saint-Antoine
From Nova Scotia Take exit 459B (left) toward Notre-Dame/Saint-Antoine
Turn onto Elmwood Dr Route 115 N (signs for Notre-Dame/Saint-Antoine/Elmwood Drive) Continue to follow Rte.  115 N approximately 36.9km
Continue left onto Coates Mills South Rd and drive approximately 2.6km
Turn left onto Chemin de la Sucrerie and drive approximately 1.1km

Go through the ranch gate on the right and drive into location

 
Event Fees
Site : Onboard: 
Adults $17
Children $12
Children will be defined as 12 and under
Family $50
Family will be defined as 2 adults and their dependent children

Offboard: 
Adults $10
Children $10
Children will be defined as 12 and under
Family $35
Family will be defined as 2 adults and their dependent children
$5 Surcharge for Non Members Applies.


Feast: Registration Deadline:  10 November, 2013
Cancellation Deadline:  10 November, 2013

Make Checks Payable to: SCA Inc-Barony of Ruantallan

 
Contact Information
Event Steward:
Lloyd Smith
SCA Name:  Llwyd
1105 Pine Glen Rd.
Pine Glen, N.B.
E1J1R3
llwyd@canoecanadaeast.com

Send Reservations to:
Lloyd Smith
SCA Name:  Llwyd

llwyd@canoecanadaeast.com

Other Contact Information:
Lots of Children activities.

Merchants are always welcome.

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