Armies are set to gather on the borders of An Tir and the West. The war crows call to the mightiest kingdoms of the known world. Songs will be sung of hero’s deeds. Let your names be among them. We meet on the fields of battle for four days of glorious war and merriment at An Tir/ West War. There will be challenging war scenarios, amazing classes, fantastic family activities, delicious cooking demonstrations and Arts and Sciences classes and demonstrations.
A&S at An Tir/West War! Teach Classes – Take Classes! For more information, please contact Dame Ellen Fraser
Chirurgeons! There will be a chirurgeon symposium at An Tir-West War this year! For information about taking and teaching classes please contact Master Mir
Please visit the event website for more information about the event, additional forms needed at gate including required MINOR waivers.
RV parking reservations can be made with Baron Ralg Njalsson. There is potable water in containers on site and limited running water on site. There is no electrical power on site. Pets are welcomed, but must be kept on leash and under control at all times. Owners are responsible for cleaning up after their pets. The entire site will be equestrian friendly, requiring all participants to sign the equestrian waiver. Groups of more than five (5) tents may reserve space with Grafin Liesel von Langental. Contact information and reservation form is available on the website. Deadline for reserving camp space is June 26th.
Event Stewards: Magdalena del Albero & Jenae la Joyeaux
Directions from the North: Make your best way to Port Orford Oregon. Head south from Port Orford on Hwy 101 approx 16 miles. Last milepost seen is 316. You turn left on to Ophir road just before you would reach milepost 317. Then turn left onto Euchre Creek road. Follow road to site, approx 1 mile.
Directions from the South: Make your best way to Gold Beach Oregon. Head north out of Gold Beach on Hwy 101 for approx 11 miles to milepost 317. Turn right on to Ophir road. Turn left onto Euchre Creek road. Follow road to site, approx 1 mile.