DISCLAIMER

 

A North Woods event in the heart of Roaring Wastes

 

Interested in the SCA?

       

July 14-16, 2017

 
         

Tyger Hunt 34

 
           
This is an event doubling as a demo so let’s look sharp!  
           
   

Activities

     

Directions

Rapier Armored Feast Staff Site Details  

 

Media Released Photos

by Ron Lutz

 

 

 

www.sca.org

Located at Historic Fort Wayne  

www.midrealm.org

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  Tyger Hunt Map  

HFWC Website

 
         
         
  Fees:      
 

All weekend: $12 / adult, $6 / child up to 18

 
  Members: $7 / adult, $1 / child up to 18  
  Breakfast Saturday and Sunday included for members only* (Served 8-9 am)  
  Feast: $10 / Members only* / Limit 50  
  Includes dishes made during cooking demo  
 

*Historic Fort Wayne policy

 
  There will be regular tournaments all weekend  
 

               ALL INSIDE THE FORT!

 
  Armored combat - Rapier combat - Archery - Thrown weapons - Youth Combat  
                 ALL INSIDE THE FORT!  
 

 Site opens at 12 pm Friday for set-up

 
     
 

Pre-Reg* make payable to:

SCA, Inc-The Riding of Hawkland Moor
 

Mail to:

Bob Scheltema
    4262 Dickson Dr
    Sterling Hts, MI 48130
   

*No pre-reg discount. Sorry.

     
     
     
     
  Saturday Schedule  
  9 am to 5 pm - Tyger Hunt Activities  
 

     •Rapier Schedule ( Saturday / Sunday )

 
       •Archery Schedule  
  10 am - Open to public  
 

11 am & 2 pm - Organized public tour (Put on a show!)

 
  4 pm - Closed to public  
  5 pm - Court  
 

6 pm - Feast

 
 

7 pm - Revelry

 
  12 midnight - Ghost tour  
     
     
  Sunday Schedule  
  9 am to 5 pm - Tyger Hunt Activities  
 

     •Rapier Schedule ( Saturday / Sunday )

 
       •Archery Schedule  
  10 am - Open to public  
 

11 am & 2 pm - Organized public tour (Put on a show!)

 
  4 pm - Closed to public  
 

6 pm - Site Closes

 
     
     
         
     
  The fort is open to the public Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 4 pm (The Historic Fort Wayne Coalition expects anywhere from 750-2000 people will pass through).  
  Pet friendly (on leash). No pets allowed in barracks or gym.  
  The site is bone dry during public hours. After 4 pm the site will be discretely damp. Bring your own beverage (and some to share. It is rumored that Battlefield Brewery will have a presence).  
  The fort conducts two guided tours, one at 11 am and one at 2 pm. At these times we will "put on a show" (For instance a grand melee). The Baron and Baroness of North Woods will also have a very short court at theses times. There will be some all day demo stations set up (woodworking, black smithing, cooking, fiber arts, armor try-on, etc.). Assistance with these stations would be greatly appreciated. The cooking demo will become the evening's feast after the public leaves.  
  Pavilions and pop-ups are allowed inside of the fort during public hours.  
  Camping overnight is allowed and encouraged. Mundane tents can be set-up inside of the fort after 4 pm but must be removed before the public arrives on Sunday. We will have a space allocated outside of the fort if you desire to leave your mundane tent up all weekend.

Lots of indoor crash space is available.

 
 

Inside the historic barracks: Bring a mattress / cot / bed roll and you can sleep on the floor on the first floor of the barracks or you can use one of the bunk beds upstairs that won't fit an averaged sized male but should be just fine for the average sized female. Did I mention the barracks is heated and air conditioned? However everything must be cleared out of the barracks before the public arrives.

Inside the gymnasium: The gym is located just outside the fort. Claim some space and leave it there all weekend. The gym will have SCA members keeping an eye on your stuff while you go visit the fort.

Mundane camping: There is open space between the gym and fort where mundane tents can be put up and left up all weekend.

 
  Bring your raised fire pits - firewood provided for free.

There are modern flush toilets inside the barracks.

Cars will be allowed inside of the fort for unloading and loading only during non-public hours.

For lunch there will be a commercial hot dog stand available on site during public hours.

 
     
     
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
 

 

 

 

       

Event Steward:

Baron Maximilian der Zauberer  
    scheltem at yahoo dot com    
 

Head Chef:

Baroness Catherine of Deva  
       

Rapier Combat Marshal in Charge:

Warder Michael McCay  
    bmfiande at mtu dot edu    

Armored Combat Marshal in Charge:

Lord Vigfus the Younger  
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
Directions  
  6299 W Jefferson Ave, Detroit, MI 48209
  -Take your best route to exit 46 off of I-75
  -Turn South onto Livernois (One way road)
  -Drive past the quaint architecture facades that are unfortunately typical of Detroit
  -Livernois will take you straight to the security gate