Royal Archer A.S. LIV

September 14, 2019

Master Janyn Fletcher of Lancastreschire welcomes the archers of Atlantia and beyond to a day of archery. This year’s theme will be based on artwork from Amy Brown’s fantasy and fairies. Your job will be to rid our Kingdom of the nasty monsters and not the kind helpful fairies. All Atlantians are welcome to shoot for the right to be the next Atlantian Royal Archery Champion. If you decide you don’t want this honor that is fine as well, please come out for a day of fun and shooting with us!

 There will be at least 10 stations including a 4-5 station woods walk. You will need a full quiver of arrows or bolts as we Atlantians like to shoot so please assure you are properly outfitted for the day. This is our top championship shoot of the year so the targets will be challenging. There will be youth stakes placed so youth can still participate and enjoy shooting with us as well.

 At the end of the day, there will be a head to head shoot off to decide the winner and next Royal Archer of Atlantia. I have decided to carry on the 16 archer field to give more archers a chance to participate and have a chance at the overall championship. Along with the title, there will also be prizes awarded for the top scores in each of our royal round ranks. Each of those winners will receive a beautiful award arrow and also the Kingdom medallion of their ranking to wear during the year. So please to each of the current holders of those ranking medallions, make sure you return them to me prior or at this shoot. If you can not make the shoot, please assure you hand it off to someone that will be present at the shoot so it may be presented to the next recipient. There will also be prizes for a few of our Youth archers to celebrate their achievements on the archery range!

 If there are any questions, please feel free to contact Master Janyn Fletcher, (janynfletcher [AT] comcast.net) for shoot related questions or the autocrat for event related items.

 Hope to see  you all there!

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Martial Activities: Prizes will include the title of Royal Atlantian Archery Champion for the overall winner of the shoot-off, and the top scoring shooter in each Royal Round Ranking. You will need a full quiver of arrows or bolts. 

Schedule:

9 am – site and troll open, equipment and inspections begin

10 am – course comments and instructions from Master Janyn

Cost: Adult, Event Registration: $15 day-trip, $0 feast, $0 camping

Adult, Member Discount: $10 day-trip

Youth (5-17): $5 day-trip

Child (0-4): $0

Make Checks payable to: SCA-MD, Inc., Barony of Bright Hills

Site: Baltimore Bowmen Archery Club, 10301 Harford Road, Glen Arm, MD 21057 (https://goo.gl/maps/DRuBhkHqdRF2). Site opens 9 am, closes 6 pm.

Site Restrictions: No alcohol on archery ranges. Pets must be leashed and cleaned up after by owner.

Merchanting Information: Merchants are welcome. Please contact Lady Eadgyth the Archer at erin.markel {AT} gmail.com

Feast: Lunch, prepared by the Bright Hills Cooks’ Guild, will be available for a suggested donation of $5. Lunch will be a fundraiser for the Cooks’ Guild. [lunch details]. There will not be a feast.

Autocrat’s information: Lady Eadgyth the Archer (Erin Markel), erin.markel [AT] gmail.com

Reservations: Lady Deirdre O’Bardon (Debbie Eccles) 707 Hammershire Road, Owings Mills MD, 21117

Directions: 

From the north and west: From I-695 E, take Exit 31A for MD 147/Harford Road towards Parkville. Turn left at light at end of ramp onto Harford Road N. Continue on Harford Road approximately 2 miles to Graham Memorial Park entrance on right. Go past equestrian center and through yellow gate downhill to parking.

From the south and east: Via I-695 N, take Exit 31B for MD 147/Harford Road towards Carney. Turn right at end of ramp to Harford Rd N. Continue on Harford Road approximately 2 miles to Graham Memorial Park entrance on right. Go past equestrian center and through yellow gate downhill to parking.

Please note, the entrance to the Bowmen is obscured until you are right on it, and you will need to slow down to make the right-hand turn into the driveway. The driveway is gravel, filled with potholes and shared with the equestrian center, so please observe the 10 MPH speed limit. 

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