Fire licked the mountain tops of Vakkerfjell, forests burnt, livestock lost... now more than ever do we need our neighbors riches. Their Majesties and Their Highnesses have granted us the rights to raid those whom refused to bend knee to their majestic right as rulers. Let us show our foolish neighbors the might of Cynagua and the West!
A day of Raiding, A&S Plundering, Youth Combat, and prizes galore!
Lists open at 10:00 a.m.
A&S Plundering at 10:30 a.m.
Raids begin at 11:00 a.m.
12:00 Food served Buffet Style and will remain available throughout the rest of the day.
1:00 pm Raids resume.
2:00 pm Snack and Hydrate.
Break for the Weasel Stomp and Youth Combat.
Raiding will resume until 4:00pm.
Horde counting will commence.
A&S prizes to be presented.
Court will be held shortly thereafter.
Event Steward: Arjac (Jake Cropper) — Phone: 916-396-9033 — Email: email@example.com
From the south, make your best way to Hwy 70 (north) towards Marysville. Upon entering Marysville (very first light), get in the left lane and turn left onto 3rd Street. Stay in the left lane. Turn left onto F Street (the second left). The road forks. Take the right fork onto Biz Johnson Dr (it will be up a hill over the levy). Follow Biz Johnson. Site will be on your left. There will be SCA signs as well as a large wooden sign reading “Cotton Rosser’s Pavilion”. Very big sign. Hard to miss.
From the north, make your best way to Marysville. Upon entering Marysville, take a right on 14th Street (second light). Continue straight even though it looks like you are running out of street. Keep going. Trust us. Go under the railroad tracks and keep going. The road goes up a rise then hairpins around. Once you have completed the hairpin turn, you are on Biz Johnson and in the park. Follow carefully through the park, keeping left and avoiding soccer moms and kids. Keep going all the way through the park, following SCA signs. Just about the time you think you’re running out of park, there will be a large wooden sign reading “Cotton Rosser’s Pavilion” on your right.