Grand TUA / A&S Championship

hosted by the Barony of Myrgan Wood (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan), in the Kingdom of Avacal, and the Museum of Antiquities at the University of Saskatchewan.

Calling all those learning, and learned, to gather in competition, and to share knowledge and expertise. Their Majesties Fergus and Kora have decreed that a new Champion of the Arts and Sciences is to be selected! Their Excellencies Raoul and Roxanne have decreed that a masked ball is required to celebrate! Her Excellency Una, Chancellor of The University of Avacal urges all to share and learn all you can! An array of instructors from Avacal and surrounding kingdoms have committed to classes - there will be something for everyone!

With many thanks to the Museum of Antiquities, we have access to facilities and instructors from the University of Saskatchewan as well. Detailed maps to find your way will be provided on paper and online.

The Museum has agreed to open their doors to us on both days! This will include guided tours of their collection of coins, pottery, and glass from the ancient worlds as well as workshops on said coins as well as pottery.

Instructors visiting from Northsheild, West, Artemisia, and Atenveldt are confirmed!!! Many from Avacal are also confirmed - and we have invited several professors to share their research with us.

We have blocked rooms at the University residences right on campus and at the Park Town Hotel on the nearby riverbank although there are many other options available.

Please note that parking on campus is not free, for the most part. Lots of information and details to follow

Merchants are welcome and encouraged - no merchants fee

Did we mention there will be a masked ball?!? We will arrange for food before the ball starts on Saturday evening. Please stay tuned for details and registration for that.

Are you excited yet? We are! Registration will open soon - watch this space!

Event Starts: May 18, 2019 9:00 a.m.
Event closes: May 19, 2019 8:00 p.m.
Location: University of Saskatchewan Campus -- Museum of Antiquities - Peter Mackinnon Bldg - 107 Administration Pl, Saskatoon, SK S7N 5A2

Registration
Adult: $30
Adult Member Discount: $25 (Proof of membership is required)
Youth (15-17) - Free
Children Registration (14 under) FREE

Please make cheque payable to ‘SCA Myrgan Wood’


Organizers

The event stewards are: Mistress Roxanne Delaroche and Lady Siobhàn Tadghan

They have designated stewards for various aspects of this event, including:
(FB contact and email in brackets)
Gate Guru - Lady Ayame (Lizzie Montgomery irislunalizzie@gmail.com)
Class Registration - Countess Svava (Candice Lajeunesse Sapphireslippers78@gmail.com) & His Lordship Ségdae (Ryan Summers web@avacal.org)
Lunch/Canteen - open opportunity
Supper Coordination - open opportunity
Fundraising Coordinator - Jorrun (Lindsay Jepsen Lindsay.jepsen@gmail.com)
Welcome Package - Mistress Fabienne
Instructor Recruitment - Mistress Roxanne (Roxanne Delaroche BandB@myrganwood.org), Her Ladyship Amelinne (Amelinne d’Yvry Amelinne.dyvry@gmail.com), Lady Siobhan (Anna Penner Anna.penner@gmail.com), Mistress Una (Amy Cromack TUA-regent@avacal.org)
Site Logistics - Her Ladysip Eira (Terri Bauer terrina.bauer@gmail.com)
Royal Liaison - open opportunity
Championship Tournament Liaison - open opportunity
Promotion/Communication - ?? (Bex Martens)
Campus Maps & Parking - Lady Siobhan (Anna Penner Anna.penner@gmail.com)
Merchants Liaison - Lady Krescentia (Sheila.schmutz@usask.ca - no facebook)
Crash Space Facilitator - open opportunity
Bardic Performance Coordinator - open opportunity
Information & Directions - open opportunity
Gate book - open opportunity
Web presence - Vivianna (Halle Jackson webminister@myrganwood.org)


Confirmed Instructors and Possible Classes

Duke Sean Kirkpatrick Tarragon, Barony of Loch Salann, Kingdom of Artemesia
Train the trainer series of classes

Baroness Katerina Lvovicha, Canton of Nordleigh, Barony of Nordskogen, Kingdom of Northsheild
Polaris Signet Emerita, Polaris Herald Emergency Deputy
Possible classes include: voice heraldry, scribal layouts & scroll texts, volunteer management.

Sir Tiberius Finn, Barony of Calafia, Kingdom of Caid
Social Media Deputy to the Society Seneschal
Classes: Social Media & the SCA; Pelwork practical class

Duke Eduard Gostomski, Barony of Tir Ysgithr, Kingdom of Atenveldt
Classes: Fighting, Training, Nutrition

Dr. Tracene Harvey, Director, Museum of Antiquities, Univeristy of Saskatchewan
Class: How to read Ancient Greek and Roman coins - hands on workshop

Mistress Kataryna Tkach (OL), Barony of Borealis
Class: Genetics and people migration

Countess Asney Grimolfrsdotter, Shire of Sigelhundas
Classes: Conflict Resolution; How to teach a newcomer

Mistress Kathryn inghean Ui Mhaonaigh (OP), Barony of Montengarde
Classes: Communication skills; How to run a kingdom event

His Lordship Henry Jakl, Barony of Montengarde
Class: Exchequer 101

Countess Svava Suanhuita, Barony of Myrgan Wood
Class: Putting together panels and plans for Expo-style demos

Her Ladyship Renee Carr, Kingdom Minister of the Lists, Shire of Bordergate & HL Adelheid Holtzhauer, Barony of Borealis & Mistress Divera della Cava, Barony of Borealis, & HL Tommaso Tiepolo, Barony of Myrgan Wood
Class: Working lists and heralds together to smoothly run a tournament

Her Ladyship Amelinne d’Yvry, Barony of Myrgan Wood
Class: 13-15th Century gown fitting

Master Beothuk of the Beothuks (OP), Sanguinarius Herald, Barony of Borealis
Class: Beginning Heraldry

Lady Krescentia von Helfenstien, Barony of Myrgan Wood
Class: Working with fur

Mistress Guillaine Rosalind de Gualle (OL), Baroness of Borealis
Classes: Beginners & Advanced Calligraphy

Mistress Coryn of the Wood (OP), Barony of Borealis
Class: Brewing

Rose Plunkett, Barony of Myrgan Wood
Class: Kumihimo

Mistress Una Henriksdotter (OP), Barony of Montengarde
Classes: Beginner, Intermediate, & Advanced gilding

Lady Ayame, Barony of Myrgan Wood
Class: Marshalling Archery


Directions To Site

Make your best route to Saskatoon, specifically to College Drive and Campus Drive From Hwy 5 from the east - same road you’re good
From Hwy 16 from the east - exit right, north onto Circle Dr then exit right, east onto College Dr
From Hwy 11 from the south - exit right, east onto College Dr
From Hwy 7 from the west - turn left, north onto Idylwyld Dr then right, east onto 25th Street, this will become College Dr as you cross the bridge
From Hwy 16 from the northeast - turn left, east onto 25th Street, this will become College Dr as you cross the bridge.

Campus Drive (by the parkade) is one of the main entrances onto campus and these directions to the buildings we are using are writing from that point - please see the maps for reference.

Turn north onto campus drive:
If going to outdoor public parking, university residences or the transit hub, take your immediate left turn.
If going to drop off stuff, reserved parking, or NRC lot on Sunday (see notes under parking), take the second left (immediately after the first one) onto Gymnasium Place and follow it to the end - drop off zone and reserved parking is on your left.
If going to underground parkade or the people drop off roundabout, continue on the scenic tour around much of campus. You will turn left, south onto Science Place (right after the heating plant with the funnels to the right and the greenhouses to the left). The parkade is under the big glass building, go past it to the roundabout to drop people off.


Last updated 14 February 2019 by Viviana Myrgan Wood Webminister