|Warrior's Naadam II **UPDATED**
||Event date: October 17th, 2008 - October 19th, 2008|
|Hosted by Crown Province of Ostgardr - Carmel, NY||Event Last Modified: July 17th, 2008|
|After the resounding success of last year's Warrior's Naadam, we have decided to do it again! The Silver Horde is once again hosting a Mongol themed event, sponsored by the Crown Province of Ostgardr. All are invited to enjoy the hospitality of the Steppe from all corners of the Mongol Yoke, and visitors from the land of the Francs will be most welcome.|
The Naadam tournament will test the three skills necessary to every Mongol warrior: combat, archery and horsemanship. The heavy weapons portion will be in the form of a Warlords Tourney in honor of the gathering of the tribes by Chinggis Khaan, starting later in the day at 3pm. The archery portion will test your accuracy, and competitors are encouraged to shoot earlier in the day before the heavy weapons. Accuracy with thrown weapons will also be tested. The mounted portion will test weapon skill from horseback. Both the archery and thrown weapons competitions can be entered at any time during the day. The mounted portion will be earlier in the day. There are plans for mounted archery as well.
As all these skills are essential to Steppe warfare, a person must enter at least two of these tourneys to qualify to be overall winner of the Iron Man tourney. The Tourney will also be open to youths - they may compete in the archery, thrown weapons, and equestrian portions along side the adults and there will be a youth combat list open for the combat portion in place of heavy weapons, counting full value towards the Iron Man tourney score.
Aside from the main tournament, the list field will be open all day for heavy weapons, and space will be made available for fencing. Authorizations and lessons will be encouraged to be done in the morning. For those who intend to ride and do not own a horse, please arrange a mount in advance as horses will be limited.
There will be a dayboard prepared by Baron Otto von Ulm and Feast will be assortment of food from the steppe with some Mughal tastes added in. The Feast will be prepared by Jaji and Asa In Svarta. Please contact our kitcheners for any dietary restrictions BEFORE the day of the event. For those with horses, dayboard will be provided in the equestrian area. Also for any who may be interested or otherwise can't leave the area, we will be setting up a feast tent in the equestrian area - If you wish to take advantage of this please e-mail the Autocrat and/or Equestrian Marshal so we may properly prepare .
As artisans are highly valued on the Steppe, there will be an A&S Display featuring the finest Asian wares. Children's games, such as Shagai, will be available to learn and play. Bards, known as Tuulich on the steppe, from all lands are welcome to entertain for the evening's revelries.
Site info - Site is DRY. No ground fires. There are pets allowed.
Gentles wishing to bring a horse to the event must contact the Equestrian Marshal-in-Charge beforehand. Current Coggins test and appropriate travel paperwork for New York State must be produced before unloading the horse from the trailer.
Site Opens: Friday 4pm
Site Closes: Sunday 12pm
Event Website: http://SilverHorde.ViaHistoria.com/warriorsnaadam/
|Putnam County Veterans Memorial Park|
201 Gipsy Trail Road
Carmel, NY 10512
From Exit 18 - Interstate 84 (Route 311 Carmel Exit)
Eastbound: (To Danbury):
From exit ramp turn right on to Route 311
Westbound: (To Newburgh):
From exit ramp turn left on to Route 311 Go 1 mile on Route 311 to the Route 52 intersection. Turn left on to Route 52, go 3 miles to the hamlet of Carmel to Route 301 intersection (Traffic Light, Sign: Cold Spring). Landmark: Putnam County Court House on Left. Turn right on to Route 301, go 1.25 (one and one quarter) miles, at the end of the causeway turn right on to Gipsy Trail Road; go .8 (eight tenths) mile to Putnam County Park Fairgrounds on right just past sharp left turn in road.
From Exit 19 Interstate 84 (Route 312 Carmel Exit)
Eastbound and Westbound: From the exit ramp turn right on to Route 312. Take Route 312 for approximately 1 mile to Route 6 intersection. Turn right on to Route 6, go 2.3 ( two and three tenths) miles to route 6 & Route 52 intersection in Carmel. Landmark: Lake Gleneida will be in front of you. Turn right on to Route 52, go .3 (three tenths) mile to Route 301 intersection. (Sign: Cold Spring, Landmark: Putnam County Court House on Right) Turn left on to Route 301, go 1.25 (one and one quarter) miles, at the end of causeway turn right on to Gipsy Trail Road. Proceed for .8 (eight tenths) mile. Fairgrounds on right just past sharp left turn in road.
From Taconic Parkway:
Northbound: Turn right on to Route 301 East
Southbound: Turn right on to Route 301 East Go approximately 8.8 (eight and eight tenths) miles to Gipsy Trail Road. Turn left on to Gipsy Trail Road. Landmark: if you go across causeway you've gone too far. Proceed .8 (eight tenths) mile to Putnam County Park. Fairgrounds on right just past a sharp left turn in road.
From Rockland County over the Bear Mountain Bridge
Follow signs to Route 9D Cold Spring - end of bridge bear left and proceed north on Route 9D to Route 301 (traffic light). Go right on to 301 - follow Route 301 - after passing the Taconic State Parkway the approximate mileage is 8.8 (eight and eight tenths) miles to Gipsy Trail Road. Landmark: if you go across the causeway you've gone too far. Proceed .8 (eight tenths) mile to Putnam County Park Fairgrounds on right just past a sharp left turn in road.
|Site : Adults-10.00. Children under 14-$5.00. Babes-in-Arms Free|
Camping $4.00 per adult - There is no camping charge for children under 14
There will be a $3.00 Non-Member Surcharge for anyone over 18 who can not provide proof of membership
Feast: Adults-$10.00. Children under 14-$5.00. Babes-in-Arms Free
Make Checks Payable to: SCA Inc. Ostgardr
Autocrat Lord Mongo Chinua mka Gary Guarino 23 Prescott Ave Staten Island NY 10306 917-502-9859 email@example.com
Co-Autocrat Gulugjab Tangghudai mka Luigi Kapaj firstname.lastname@example.org 917-687-8736 (11am to 10pm)
Send Reservations to:
Lori Copland 3816 Review Place Apt.3B Bronx NY 10463 Lcopland@aol.com 917-601-4762
Please include a copy of your membership card and a SASE or email address for confirmation
Other Contact Information:
Dayboard - Baron Otto von Ulm mka Henry S. Batchelor Jr. 609-892-6614 or 609-892-9976 (before 9pm) Baronotto@comcast.net
Feast - Asa in Svarta email@example.com
Jaji mka George Page firstname.lastname@example.org
Equestrian - Doucette de Verdun mka Bethany Oesting 610-792-9232 (before 9pm) email@example.com