Harvest Moon Shoot

Hosted by Province of Malagentia - Hebron, ME

Event date: September 17th, 2022

Event Last Modified: August 23rd, 2022

Event details

Now that all the sheep have been returned to their rightful homes, Malagentia, shining jewel of the East and bastion of the great independents, turns their sights to our more relaxing fall activities.  We invite our friends and neighbors from all around to come and enjoy the Harvest Moon with us once again.

Harvest Moon will feature Archery events, including an open range, and a surely entertaining & challenging Champions shoot organized by the Bearer of the Horn of Malagentia, our own archery champion Master Maxton Gunn.

Also featured will be a Thrown weapons range, where our current champion will be inviting one and all to join the challenge to find the next rightful Bearer of the Heart of Malagentia.

There will be an opportunity for Fencing and Heavy list, as competitions for the First Blade and Defender of the Children of Malagentia, and the shield of Malaentia will also be held.

Space will be available to display any current Arts & Sciences endeavors you may wish to share with those looking to be inspired by something, and get their creative energy flowing as we head into the cooler months. 

We will have space available for merchants.  Please contact the Event Steward if you would like to merchant.

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.

Site Opens: 9:00AM
Site Closes: 6:00PM

Event Location

Hebron Pines RV and Golf
400 Buckfield Rd
Hebron, ME  04238
Google Map


Google maps has GNEW marker, it's the same site - put “GNEW” into the search box and click search, and it will find the location for you.

From all points North and South:

Take your best route to Exit 75 (Auburn) off of I-95, Maine Turnpike.

Take exit 75 toward US-202/ME-4/ME-100/Auburn/Lewiston, 0.4 mi
Use the left lane to turn left onto ME-100 N/ME-4 N/US-202 E/Washington St N, 0.3 mi
Turn left onto E Hardscrabble Rd, 1.0 mi
Turn right onto Hotel Rd, 1.7 mi
Continue onto Manley Rd, 0.8 mi
Turn left onto ME-11 S/ME-121 S/Minot Ave, 4.1 mi
Turn right onto ME-119 N, 6.3 mi
Continue onto ME-124 N, 2.4 mi

Hebron Pines Campground will be on your left.

From Bethel, Berlin, Montpelier, Burlington, Montreal, and similar points West:

Please consult a map to find your best route to pick up Route 26 South west of the towns of Norway and Oxford, Maine.  For most folks coming in from Northern New Hampshire and Vermont, you’ll want to cross the Maine/NH border on Route 2 and pick up Route 26 South in Bethel, Maine, but there are other possible routes as well, depending on your starting point.

Follow Route 26 South through the Western Maine towns of Bryant Pond, Paris, Norway, and into the town of Oxford.  About two miles after you pass through the business district of the town of Oxford, you’ll come to traffic lights which mark the entrance to a Wal-Mart (on your right).  Pass straight through the lights, continuing South on Route 26.  1.8 miles after the Wal-Mart, you’ll pass the Oxford Plains Fun Park on your right, closely followed by Oxford Plains Speedway on your left.  About 1.7 miles after the speedway, turn left onto Route 121 North (a Citgo station marks the corner of this intersection, on your left).  Follow Route 121 North, into the town of Mechanic Falls.  After 4.4 miles, you will arrive at a 4-way intersection with a traffic light.

Turn left at the light (keeping the Cumberland Farms on your left) onto Route 124 North.  Follow Route 124 North into the town of Minot.  4.4 miles from the light you will come to a strange intersection, which is marked as the junction of Routes 124 and 119.  Turn right at the Yield sign and then immediately left at the T intersection (heading away from the church), staying on Route 124 North.

Continue a further 2.3 miles on Route 124 North, into the town of Hebron.  Hebron Pines Campground is clearly marked, on your left.

Registration Fees

Adult Members- $10
Non-Members- $15
Youths 10-17- $5
Youths 9 and under- Free

Please see below for pre-registration information to secure a box lunch.  *Note - Pre-registration is for headcount for box lunches; there will be no pre-payment for attendance.  Thank you.

There will be a Harvest-themed dayboard served as part of the event. 

A 16th century German harvest mid-day feast for farmers will be served in prepacked, individual boxes.  The boxes will feature bread, ham or sausage, eggs, fresh cheese, pickled vegetables and seasonal fruit.  Preregistration is required by September 10th.

Dayboard is included in the site fee for the first 100 people, so long as you pre-register by September 10th at 10 p.m.  EST.  Sign up here:


If registering multiple family members, submit a separate registration with each - duplicate email addresses are acceptable but each entry must include unique names.

Dayboard is not included for those who do not preregister by September 10th.  A limited number of boxes will be available for $5 cash, paid in exact charge only at when dayboard service opens.  First come, first served.

Questions/Dietary concerns please contact-
Amber Schmaling
Lady Colette de Herisson

Make Checks Payable to: SCA Maine, Inc - Province of Malagentia

Contact Information

Event Steward:

Chris "Q" Schmaling
Lord Quentus Quinctilius Mortis

Send Reservations to:

To be announced

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