Northern Region Warcamp

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Hosted by Shire of Glenn Linn - Greenwich, NY

Event date: June 30th, 2023 - July 2nd, 2023

Event Last Modified: June 28th, 2023

Event details

The Drums of war can be heard in the distance.  Can you hear them? Are you ready? Fighters, Archers, Fencers, will have a chance to put into practice those skills needed to ensure Eastern victory.  While there are no longer horses allowed on the fields of Pennsic, we have a wonderful space here for horses and riders to practice, play and perhaps show off a bit.  So Come play with us, ride, teach, perform, fight, shoot, shop. 
Site info:
Camping is in an open field with no trees for shade within close proximity of all martial activities.  Please plan accordingly.  Court is currently planned for outside for which you will need your own seating, unless the weather does not cooperate. 
There is plenty of space along the side of the fencing and heavy weapon fields for day shades. 
There is water throughout the site.
We have trailer/camper space with electric hookups available.  Reservations for this space is not needed.

Martial schedule
Archery – Friday:  12-4 Range set up and open practice.  Are you hoping to be a marshal? Intro for marshal hopefuls (MIT) are invited to help with setup and learn how to run a line.
Saturday:  10-2 Practice and Royal rounds, 1-3 RR and novelty shoots, 3-4 prize tourney.

Equestrian – Friday:  Warm up and authorization based on arrival times.
9-10 authorizations, 10:30-12 tournament.
1:30-2:30 open barn – come and meet the horses and riders
3-5:30 Prize Tourney
Sunday:  9:30-11 open course

Heavy combat –
Saturday:  10-11 Inspection, 11-5 various battle scenarios
Sunday:  10-2 open field if marshals are available.

Rapier – Friday:  3:30-4 inspection and authorization.  4-6 Matched Weapons Tourney
Saturday:  9:30 Auth and Inspect.
10-11:30 Pennsic singles qualifiers.  11:30-1 Pennsi C&T Qualifiers.  1-2 lunch, water, pickups
2-4 Melee
Sunday:  9:30 Auth and inspect.  10-12 Short but Deadly

Thrown Weapons – Friday 4-6 practice and royal rounds
Saturday 10-12, 1-4 open throwing and royal rounds
3-5 pm Novelty competition
Sunday 10-12 open practice and RR

Youth Heavy Combat – 7-9 inspection and torchlight tourney
Saturday :10-1 Sparring and field games
3-4 Youth heavy list Marshaling 101

Class schedule
12-4 Archery marshaling 101
Are you an adult interested in finding out what it takes to be an archery marshal? Come the archery range, and learn about setting up a range, including safety boundaries, range requirements, how to inspect equipment, and how to run a line

11-12 BYOB Sip and Sing Lady Rowan of Meikledale
New to the SCA and looking for songs to sing at Bardic circles? Want to add new songs to your bardic repertoire? Love to sing and looking for another opportunity? Bring along a favorite beverage to sip, an SCA friendly song or two, and join us for a song share!  All ages welcome!

12 noon-4 pm Heraldic Consulting Table
Talk to heralds about researching registering your names and armory.  Don't wait until Pennsic!

12noon-1 Show us your Medieval/Rennaisance cookbook Cooks of Concordia
Roundtable discussion with show and tell.  Compare recipes, talk spices, dispel myths about early cooking. 

1-2 Ukranian bells Sadb Mac Domnail
Learn to make easy Eastern European bells that were typically worn in triplet with court dress.  No class cost, but please bring jewelry tools if you have them.

1:30-2:30 open barn at the Equestrian arena
come and meet the horses and riders.

2-3 Stick Weaving. Runa Lowkey
Come learn how to do this Native American simple weave.  Materials will be provided.

2-4 Open craft time Sadb Mac Domnail
Ever want to learn a new fiber art, or visit with people who enjoy the fiber arts? This is the place to be!  Bring a drink, maybe some snacks, and make with us!  We will have supplies available for fingerloop braiding, kumihimo, stick weaving, beading, and more.  Donation toward supplies appreciated

3-4 Beginning Nalbinding Alistrina de Mann
Create fabric the old-fashioned way!  Learn the "Danish Stitch" and how to start a cap.
Limit 5 attendees, wool yarn and needle are provided.

3-4 Youth heavy list Marshaling 101
Are you an adult interested in becoming a youth marshal? Do you want to learn more about the program and rules? This is the class for you.

4:30-5 Child friendly Story time Taliesan Perigrantor
Sit back and relax.  Unwind from a busy day.  Stories for the child in all of us. 

9:30 until we fall down.  Bardic Circle Taliesan Perigrantor
Bring a chair, find the fire pit and your favorite beverage and join us to share stories and songs. 

1.  Dogs on leash are OK.  Bring proof of Rabies vaccination Please keep your dogs on leash.  Retractable leashes should not allow your pet to cross into common walkways.  Roaming or unleashed dogs will be sent home with their humans.  Please pick up after your dog for the health and safety of all. 
2.  Horses require proof of negative Coggins test and rabies vaccination.  Health certificate is needed for interstate travel
3.  No digging for any reason.  no trenches, no firepits.  Raised firepits are OK.  Firewood can be purchased at Stewarts or other nearby farmstands or stores but cannot be brought in from more than 50 miles away
4.  ABSOLUTELY no fireworks are allowed on site.  It spooks the horses and dogs and is a fire hazard.
5.  No unaccompanied minor under the age of 12 will be allowed to participate in any marshaled activity (youth fencing, youth fighting, archery, thrown weapons). 
6.  A wristband system will be in use.  You must check in at gate and wear your wristband to re-enter site, and be inspected at marshal areas
7.  Fighters and fencers MUST show wrist bands and authorization cards prior to being inspected.
8.  As there are horses on site, you must sign the equestrian waiver in addition to the non-members waivers.  Be patient with our gate personnel. 
9.  Do not dig a sump or throw your dish water just anywhere.  Please dump all gray water at the designated gray water spot. 
10.  Yes there are showers and flush toilets as well as portable toilets, hand washing and sanitizing stations.  Please use them.
11.  Ice is available on site for a fee.  Check with event steward or gate for access to the ice machine.
12.  Please unload, set up and then move vehicles to the parking area outside the fence. 

Site Opens: 12 noon 6/30
Site Closes: 6pm 7/2

Event Location

Washington County Fairgrounds
392 Old Schuylerville Rd
Greenwich, NY  12834
Google Map

The event site is accessible per the East Kingdom Accessibility Porter's Checklist.


PLEASE NOTE:  the GPS directions will take you to the wrong entrance into the fairgrounds so use the street address.  SIGNS WILL BE POSTED Please read these notes to supplement.
If you are coming from the East your turn into the fairgrounds is a Right on Schuylerville Rd which is just before the Fairgrounds sign
Take your best route to I-87. 
From the North:  take exit 15 (NY 50) toward Schuylerville.  Left at the end of the ramp on NY50/NY-29. 
Bear right onto Loudon Rd. 
continue 0,2 miles turn Right onto Weibel Rd.
after 0.9 miles turn Left onto Lake Ave and stay on Rte 29
**Right turn on Broadway
Left on Ferry St - cross canal and river
Pass the Farigrounds on your left and Turn Left onto Schuylerville Road
Take the 2nd left marked GATE C. 
Take exit 14 (NY 9P) toward Saratoga Springs/Schuylerville/NY29 and merge onto 9P/ Union Ave toward Saratoga for 0.5 miles
Turn R onto Henning Rd for 0.8 miles
Turn R onto Lake St (NY-29)
9 miles and then Follow from ** above

Registration Fees

Pre-registration deadline June 26, 2023
Adult pre-register (18 +) weekend $30, non-member $35
Day $15, non-member $20
Adult at gate weekend $35 non-member $40
Day $20 non-member 25

Youth (ages 6-17) weekend 15.  Day $10
Child (0-5) 0

Family cap -(2 adults 1+ youth)
Weekend pre-reg $75 +NM if applicable
Family cap – weekend at gate $85 “
Family cap - day $40 “
Family cap- day at gate $50 “

There is no feast

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

Contact Information

Event Steward:

Maestra Deonna von Aachen
MKA Beth Gurzler

Send Reservations to:

Anna Elisabetta DeVallardolid
MKA Sheena Johnson
1571 Division Street
West Charlton, NY 12010

Postmark deadline is past.  Check or Cash accepted at Gate

Other Contact Information:

Merchant Coordinator, Deputy Event Steward, and demo coordinator
Hrotger the Goth
MKA Sean Tronsu 518-587-1362

classes are scheduled Saturday 10-4 and Sunday 10-2
Please send class title, description and requested time to the event steward:
Maestra Deonna von Aachen