Winter in the North Country

Hosted by Shire of Glenn Linn - Lake Luzerne, NY

Event date: December 11th, 2021

Event Last Modified: September 28th, 2021

Event details

The new year approaches and the snow will fly.  Spend a day with us, as the wind howls outside.  Share period stories of winter, yule or Christmas, sing songs of the season or bring instruments to play a tune.  Music will be available.  Bring tokens to show your appreciation.  We'll end the day with some simple country dances.  There are plans for games and crafts and all are invited to enjoy.  This may include board games, a scavenger hunt, candle making, and other surprises
A dayboard will be provided, including a hearty soup, and variety of hand pies, so don't forget your feast gear.  And for dessert? Yes, a contest of Subtleties in the Yule, Winter, or Christmas theme only limited by your imagination.  Oh the hidden creatures that were known in the northernmost regions.  Or the decorations to celebrate the season. 

Although the SCA complies with all applicable laws to ensure the health and safety of our event participants, we cannot eliminate the risk of exposure to infectious diseases during in-person events.  By participating in the in-person events of the SCA, you acknowledge and accept the potential risks.  You agree to take any additional steps to protect your own health and safety and those under your control as you believe to be necessary.  Hand Sanitizer will be available.  If you plan on dancing, please bring gloves or some other handcovering.  Decorate common cloth gloves with seasonal symbols.

The East Kingdom and the Glenn Linn staff are committed to making sure that our friends & families stay safe.  All attendees over the age of 2, including vaccinated individuals, at indoor activities will be required to be masked at all times.  Masks may be lowered briefly when eating or drinking.  The mask must be worn properly over the nose and mouth and be recognizable as an effective mask by the CDC.  Musicians who play wind or brass instruments may use a special mask with a split in it for the mouthpiece and a covering over the bell, flutes may use a mouthpiece shield.  Singers and storytellers need to wear masks as well.
All persons over the age of 12 are now required to show proof of vaccination or negative COVID test taken within 72 hours of the event.  All persons over the age of 18 must also present government issued photo ID. 

Site Opens: 10 am
Site Closes: 6pm

Event Location

Rockwell Falls Presbyterian Church
7 Bridge Street
Lake Luzerne, NY  12846
Google Map


find your best route to I-87(Adirondack Northway) Exit 21 for Lake Luzerne/Lake George.  Take 9N south towards Lake Luzerne and travel about 5 miles.  Turn right just after the High School, and follow road and it turns left.  Bridge Street is the first right.  The church is on the left.  For the parking lot, continue past Bridge street.  Parking lot entrance is on the right, just after the Frontier building. 

Registration Fees

Adults $20
Adult members $15
Youth ages 10-17 $5
Children ages 0-9 FREE

dayboard is included but There is no feast

Make Checks Payable to: SCA inc - NY Shire of Glenn linn

Contact Information

Event Steward:

Mistress Deonna von Aachen
MKA Beth Gurzler

Send Reservations to:

Anna Eliisabetta Devallardolid
MKA Sheena Johnson
1571 Division Street
West Charlton, NY 12010
Maximum of 60 attendees, so pre-registration is highly recommended.  Canadian friends are invited to pre-register by e-mail and pay by US funds upon arrival.  Please include proof of membership.  Pre-registration deadline postmarked by 12/4

Other Contact Information:

Unfortunately, there is no space available for merchants. 

for dietary considerations, please contact:
Tabitha de Luno 480-233-9804