|Landsknecht Vereidigung: Liberties & Libations ||Event date: June 18th, 2004 - June 20th, 2004|
|Hosted by Shire of Eisental - Lehighton, PA||Event Last Modified: January 25th, 2004|
|Achtung! Greetings onto the subjects of the East and our neighbors abroad. We, the Shire of Eisental, wish to offer our hospitality for a weekend of skill at arms, appreciation of the arts and sciences, and general camaraderie. To this end we will offer a host of tournaments, expositions, classes, and sumptuous food. |
Marshall activities will include but are not limited to A torchlight tournament (weather permitting), a double elimination tournament, a three or five man great weapons melee (format to be determined by marshallette), and a page tournament.
A&S activities will include but are not limited to an A&S display, a multitude of classes, beer brewing competition, and a display and demonstration of our own cannon Doom. Feel free to bring your own cannons and join in (please contact autocrat staff if you wish to bring a cannon.)
Fun, food and frivolities: Bring your swimsuits as the sights offers an in ground pool, a picturesque setting, and bar on sight. For those who would wish to camp for the weekend we have ample space. For those not wishing to camp there are several hotels on sight and many hotels nearby. (On sight hotel rooms are limited, first come first serve at an additional fee please contact the reservationist for more details).
Food aplenty with breakfast being served Saturday and Sunday, Field-side dayboard Saturday, and a tavern style feast Saturday evening by Lady Ellesbeth Donofrey.
Bards find your muse for there will be ample opportunities to sing for the gathering populous at the Bardic circles or wherever the mood strikes you. Singing in the streets is encouraged.
Don’t forget your coin purse for those wishing to indulge in an afternoon of strolling through the merchant area, last year over 15 merchants were in attendance plying their wares. We invite any that wish to merchant to please contact our reservationist that your spot can be arranged for and reserved in the merchants’ area.
For specifics please review the event web page, any questions please contact the autocrat staff.
Site Opens: 5:00pm on June 18, 2004
Site Closes: 12:00pm on June 20, 2004
Event Website: To be added soon
Beaver Run Road
Lehighton, PA 18235
From PA Turnpike, NE Extension:
Take exit 34 (Mahoning Valley) to Rt. 209 South, towards Jim Thorpe.
** At 2nd light (Caruso's Restaurant), 209 South makes a Right turn. Continue to follow 209.
From this light, continue for 2.1 miles (ignore the first "Ukrainian Homestead" sign) and make a Left turn at the sign for "Flagstaff." (The sign is on the left side of the road)
Follow this road (Beaver Dr.) for 1.7 miles, Ukrainian Homestead will be on your Left.
Take exit 27 (Hometown/Mahanoy City) onto Rt 54 East, through Hometown to Nesquehoning.
At the Monument landmark, bear Left and continue on Rt 209 North 4.9 miles to Jim Thorpe.
At the 2nd light, make a Left and continue on Rt 209 North for 1.6 miles and turn Right at the top of the mountain (at the Mountainside Family Restaurant).
At the stop sign, go straight for 1.3 miles and the Ukrainian Homestead will be on your Left.
From I-78W in New Jersey: (non-toll-road route) Take exit #3 (the last exit in New Jersey) though Phillipsburg. Cross the toll bridge into PA (50 cents).
Take the 4th exit after bridge (no number given) for Rt 248/Wilson Boro/Palmer Township.
At the end of the ramp, proceed to the light (Long John Silvers and McDonald’s on corner) and turn right onto Rt 248.
Turn left at the fourth light (Newburg Road).
After several miles it will become Rt 248 once again in the hamlet of Bath. Follow for several more miles and make a left onto Rt 209 South.
Follow from ** above.
From I-78E from all points west of Allentown: (non-toll-road route)
When 22 and 78 split, take Rt 22 E to the second exit for Rt 145 (MacAurther Blvd north).
Stay on this for many miles until it ends at Rt 248. Turn left onto 248.
Follow for several more miles and make a left onto Rt 209 South.
Follow from ** above.
|Site : Adults (18+) On-Board: $18, Adult (18+) Off-Board: $12, Teens (8-17) On-Board: $12, Teens (8-17)Off-Board: $6, Anyone 7 yrs old or younger is Free. If you are not a paid member of the SCA please add an additional $3 to the fee, or be prepared to pay it at the gate.|
Feast: All feast reservations must be recieved by June 1, 2004. The only reservation is a paid reservation. Please mark for which event you are reserving for on the check.
Make Checks Payable to: SCA Inc - Shire of Eisental
Lisa and Gene Rossi, 9 North 2nd Street, St. Clair, PA 17970. Phone 570-429-0807. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org .
Send Reservations to:
Sheila Long, 1036 Port Clinton Avenue, Hamburg, PA 19526.
Other Contact Information:
Sheila Long (reservationist for merchanting and feast reservations): email@example.com.