Note: Updated 6.28.2018
Autumn War 2018 | August 15th-20th
A Call to Arms!
Word has spread throughout the Kingdom of the exceptional beauty and grace of the Baroness of Blatha An Oir. However, a rival for her title of Most Beloved Baroness is rising from the East; Wealdsmere contends that their own Baroness is much more beautiful, graceful and well-loved!
Come join the Barony of Blatha An Oir and the Barony of Wealdsmere as they battle for the title of Most Beloved Baroness on the field of War.
This five day event will include fighting (both heavy and rapier), archery, A&S classes, Thrown Weapons, brewing, siege cooking and Iron Needle contests and much, much more! War points will be given for each competition, and the winner gets to choose which Baroness he/she gifts the War point to.
Site Fee: $30 for the five day event or $20 for one day.
$5 Member discount for all blue-card holders!
Children up to 17 years will be guests of the Barony.
Make checks payable to Barony of Blatha An Oir, SCA Inc.
SITE OPENS at 3PM on Wednesday, August 15th for general admission.
Site opens at NOON Wednesday, August 15th for merchants.
SITE CLOSES Monday August 20th at 3pm for EVERYONE.
Name: Nix Ranch
220 Nix Road
Chehalis, WA 98532
Directions to Site:
Take I-5 to exit 77 in Chehalis, WA. Turn west onto Hwy
6 toward Pe Ell, go approximately 1.7 miles. Turn left on Hwy 603. Go
uphill. At approximately 1.7 miles turn right onto Nix RD. Rd. Go to end and follow one-way road to site.
The picturesque Nix Farm is conveniently located only 4 miles off I-5 exit 77 in Chehalis Washington. The large fields provide plenty of space for camping and cars are allowed to drive on the grass.
The site is primitive with limited shade and NO water available, so prepare accordingly.
RV and handicap camping will be located near the central activities, no hookups are available. RV’s may run their generators at any time.**Autumn War Important Information on Fires**
For those that smoke please remember that smoking is only allowed in your encampment. No smoking (even in your car) from the time you leave the paved street until you reach your encampment.