Bhakail Yule

TRM will be in attendance

Hosted by Barony of Bhakail - Philadelphia, PA 19123, PA

Event date: December 11th, 2021

Event Last Modified: October 21st, 2021

Event details

Join us in the warmth and light of the Bhakail Flame at Yule Revel which will be held at the German Society of Pennsylvania 611 Spring Garden St, Philadelphia, PA 19123.  Revel in the radiance of friendships renewed.  The King and Queen will be adding their warmth to the day.

Due to Kingdom Guidance all Gentles attending must preregistered and the event will be capped at 120 for now.  Masks must be worn.  If you are not wearing a mask you will not be admitted or be asked to leave.  (Children 2 years old and younger do not need to wear a mask.  Everyone aged 3 years old and older must wear a mask.)

The East Kingdom requires that all attendees at all in-person gatherings also show proof of either full vaccination against COVID-19 or a medically-supervised negative COVID test taken within 72 hours of the event.  Proof of vaccination or a negative test shall not be required for children under 12.  Attendees aged 18 or older will have to show government-issued ID matching test results or vaccination proof to gain entry to the event.  Children aged 12-17 will need to show proof of vaccination or negative COVID test taken within 72 hours of the event.  More information is available on the East Kingdom Seneschal’s website:  https://seneschal.eastkingdom.org/covid-test-policy-resolution/ "

Largess Challenge!  Come and show off talent or skills to fill the Largess Basket for their Majesties.  If you want to donate or get more information, please contact Lady Roseia Posey at 181843@members.eastkingdom.org

The day will include the warmth of friendship and the Barony A&S and Brewing Championship.

You don’t need to live in Bhakail to become a Bhakail champion, you just need to be willing to wear the regalia and attend His Excellency Baron Muin in court.  The day will also include we room for any classes or panels, prior notice is requested. 

The Brewing Championship
The Brewing Championship the competition will be Medicinal Brews.  Any category beverage (Beer, wine, mead, cordial, other) that features an ingredient that is believed to have medicinal properties.  Alcohol does not count as a medicinal ingredient.  Points awarded for taste and historical inspiration.  It should have to go without saying, but I'll say it anyway, a full ingredient list is mandatory.  We don't want anyone to be poisoned by homemade medicine.

Bhakail A&S Champions
Please display your A&S work at Bhakail Yule to be considered for the position of Baronial A&S Champion.

The suggested theme of this year's Champion's display is "I've never done this before." Details about the theme are below, but please note that the theme is flexible and items not meeting the theme can also be entered.  Entrants must be present at Yule and must be available during the event at a time (TBD) to chat with Baron Muin about their project.  The winner will be chosen by Baronial Choice.  Bhakail welcomes individuals from any group to become its champion, the only requirement being that the artisan chosen is willing to stand in Bhakail court and, if possible, help run the next A&S competition at Yule. 

Items will be displayed in the library (3rd floor) and can be set up once Gate opens.  Items must be removed from display before the start of court.  Feedback about entries will not be given during the competition but can be made available after the event for those who are interested.
If you have questions or want advice, please e-mail:  137268@members.eastkingdom.org (Lissa Underhill)

Baronial Champion's Display Theme
“I’ve never done this before”:  challenge offered by Lady Chana Freidl the Maker, current Bhakail A&S Champion, “We’ve all been away from our friends for so long, I’m sure some of you have branched out from your usual SCAdian hobbies.  Show me what you’ve learned since we were all last together!  Your challenge this year is to share a work (this can be a physical item, a creative endeavor, or research project) that presents something new that you learned since our last Yule celebration.  By no means do you need to present your best work; oftentimes the new crafts that we learn or the new skills that we practice seem to be less technically perfect than we think they should be.  But it is all part of the learning process!
Finished projects may be displayed, or you may present a record of your progress to date.  Written documentation is optional, but please be ready to discuss your project and your experience with Baron Muin.  Topics to prepare to talk about include:  your inspiration for starting this particular work, a discussion of the challenges you faced while working on it, and information about what you learned in the process.  “


There will be no Dayboard.  The Company of Black Boot had offered a limited amount of hand pies but these have been sold out.

A feast of one remove will be served buffet style.  Capped at 80 for now.  Prepared by Lady Triona MacCasky, menu to follow.  Any questions please contact Lady Triona MacCasky at (120385@members.eastkingdom.org.)

Event Steward:  THL Bryan Mac Dhunghaill an Boghadair (24397@members.eastkingdom.org)
Deputy Event Steward:  and Lady Scolastica Caparellia (253492@members.eastkingdom.org)

German Society of Pennsylvania is at 611 Spring Garden St, Philadelphia, PA 19123.  By Public Transportation:  Market-Frankfort line to 8th street stop.  Walk north on 8th street for 5 blocks (the last block is long) make a right on Spring Garden Street.  The German Society of Pennsylvania is down at the end of block, on the left, across the street

Preregistration is suspended.  The attendance cap has been reached.  Any questions please contact Philadelphia Brown at exchequer@bhakail.eastkingdom.org

Site fee is $20 for adults with $5 discount for SCA members, 12 to 17 $8.00, 6 to 11 $5.00, and 5 and younger free.  A feast seat for all ages is $8.  The site will be capped at 120 for now and the feast will be capped at 80 for now. 





Site Opens: 10AM
Site Closes: 10PM

Event Location

German Society of Pennsylvania
611 Spring Garden St, Philadelphia, PA 19123
Philadelphia, PA 19123, PA  19123
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Directions:

By Public Transportation:  Market-Frankfort line to 8th street stop.  Walk north on 8th street for 5 blocks (the last block is long) make a right on Spring Garden Street.  The German Society of Pennsylvania is down at the end of block, on the left, across the street.

Registration Fees

Registration:
Site fee is $15 with $5 nonmember fee for adults, 12 to 17 $8.00, 6 to 12 $5.00 and 5 > free.  the site will be capped at 120 for now

Feast:
The feast seat all ages is $8.  the feast is capped at 80 for now

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Contact Information

Event Steward:

Event Stewart THL Bryan Mac Dhunghaill an Boghadair Event Stewart (historian@bhakail.eastkingdom.org) and Lady Scolastica Caparellia is the Deputy Event Stewart (253492@members.eastkingdom.org.)

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