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Event Details
Southern Region War Camp / EK Thrown Weapons Champions Tourney TRM will be in attendance TRH will be in attendance Event date: June 27th, 2014 - June 29th, 2014
Hosted by Barony of Carillion - Manalapan, NJ
Event Last Modified: June 25th, 2014
Event details
The Barony of Carillion has stepped forward to answer the call to War and will host the Southern Region war camp Year IV.  Located less then 10 minuets from exit 8 on the NJ Turnpike, there will be ample room for activities and camping.

Their Majesties will hold Curia at Southern Region War Camp.  It will start promptly Saturday at 10am, ending no later than 12pm.

Last year the East Kingdom held the first Champions tourney for thrown weapons.  Please join us at Southern Region War Camp in the Barony of Carillion this June 28th for the second Champions tourney.  Our returning champion, Lord Leonhard Schuwert, will design and run the tournament.  This tournament is open to all gentles allowed to throw by East Kingdom law.

At 4:30 on Saturday the Laurels and Pelicans will be taking to the field with boffers again to raise money for the Kingdom.  Sponsor you favorite peer so they don't have to take to the field unarmed in the one-on-one bouts or the grand melee!  More info will be available at www.laurelsvspelicans.com .

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 (TBD), and we have tapped several very talented artisans to teach classes.  Schedules will be posted as we get closer to the event.

Friday Night Activities:
Axes by Torchlight Tourney - format TBA, Time TBA, only axes allowed, several will be available, or bring your own.

Zombie Apocoplyse Games - 7:00 PM to 8/8:30ish a set of games design to ascertain your skill in an attack.  Discover if you are a Zombie or a Survivor.  Test your abilities in all areas of marshalled activities, fighting, thrown weapons, fencing, archery and even the S part of A&S.  No authorizations needed.


10:00am - 11:30am Authorizations and inspections & Tourney Preparation (Bring a photo of your device if you have one.)
11:30am - 1:00pm (or completion) Tournament #1 Single Elimination Tournament (Single Rapier only)
1:15pm - 2:45pm (or completion) Tournament #2 Single Elimination Tournament (Weapons form choice only)
3:00pm - Court Melee Games/Activities

There will be space for pickups or training throughout the day for those so inclined. 

Equestrian Activities:
Morning:  Ducal Hunt
Afternoon:  Mounted Archery

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

The Archery range will be open all day.

Arts and Science Table:
Display the results of your skills.
The A&S challenge will be Harts (Deer) and will have a people choice award.

10:00 AM to 11:00 AM - How to match Calligraphy with Illuminations by Baroness Mistress Kis Maria

10:30 AM to 12:30 PM - Milk to Meal -Making Soft Cheese and Butter by John Marshall atte Forde

CANCELED - Calligraphy 101 by Master Jonathan Blacstan

1:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Making pasta dough, Making raviole filling, Stuffing ravioli, Boiling and Frying ravioli by John Marshall atte Forde

2:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Ceramics and Period Mold Making by Baroness Joscelyn Tarr and Baron Luke Tarr

Site Rules:
The site is dry.  If you have any site related questions please contact the site autocrat.  Day board will be available at cost as fund raiser for and by the scouts.  No feast is planned.  There is also a wide variety of restaurants within 10 minuets drive of the site, see the provided list.  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.  At the end of the event fire pits must be cleaned and all trash must be sorted into dumpsters located in the parking lot. 

No cars in the camping area or on the battle field!  Pickup and drop off locations will be posted.  Cars parked anywhere other than an authorized parking lot will be towed at the owners expense. 

No pets are allowed.  Service animals are permitted, please contact the autocrat in advance. No service animals authorized as of 6/25/2014 so the sight will be free of service animals.  No exceptions!

Merchants are welcome!
Site Opens: June 27, 2014 17:00
Site Closes: June 29, 2014 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.

Mail in deadline 4 weeks prior to event.

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

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.

Feast: No feast Scheduled.

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

Contact Information
Event Steward:
Paul Lamhut
Lord Aaron the Arrowsmith
77 Dock Road
Brick NJ 08723
Cell 732-814-8750

Send Reservations to:
Evalina Scheidegger
Evalina Von Schaideg
28 A Victoria Ave
Spotswood, NJ 08884

Other Contact Information:
Merchants Please Contact:

Lady Marion ferch Llewellyn
MKA Eileen Andreotti
phone 856-661-8240 no call please after 9:00pm

Equestrian Marshal In charge: 

Anyone wishing to attend with horses needs to contact me in advance.


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

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

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