Marshaling Workshop

Saturday, March 31st


Stone Hedge Farm

9755 Willamette St

Aumsville, Or. 97325

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(This is for logistic purposes only and is NOT a pre-registration).  

 Gate fee will be $17 per adult (with a $5 discount for SCA members), and free for all children 17 and younger.

Greetings all!

The Barony of Dragon's Mist would like to invite you to a Marshal Workshop.

We will be hosting education, training, and authorizations of Marshals of all disciplines. And by all disciplines, we do mean just that; Heavy Combat, Combat Archery & Thrown Weapons, Siege Engineering, Raper Combat, Cut & Thrust, Youth Armored Combat, Target Archery, Target Thrown Weapons, and Equestrian will be represented. If you are interested in learning how to become a Marshal, are ready to test for Junior or Senior status, or are an up and coming fighter ready to authorize, this Workshop will have what you need.

There will be no seating available, so bring a chair/stool/bench/whatever if you plan on sitting anywhere besides the ground.

In this all day event, we will provide you a lunch of finger foods and a soup dinner (rough menus to come) to ensure that all you have to bring is your fight gear, marshalling gear, a chair, and a bowl. Okay, maybe a spoon.


For those needing a space to stay, we have been granted access to Camp Taloali for no cost. Camp Taloali is a Non-Profit Camp for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. They are offering us access to multiple cabins, restrooms and showers for those needing to stay near the event overnight. If you are interested in taking advantage of this hospitality, contact Gwyneth Blackthorne at ladyblackthorne [AT] gmail [DOT] com. We would appreciate a monetary donation to gift the Camp as a thank you for their generous offer.

8am: Gate opens for Event staff
9am: Gate opens for everyone
10am: Discussion on equipment and armor inspection for Heavy Combat, Combat Archery, Siege Engineering, Rapier Combat, and Cut & Thrust.
            Youth Armored Combat equipment construction.
            Discussion on equipment inspection for Target Archery and Thrown Weapons.
            Discussion covering AnTir Book for Horse for Equestrian
Noon: Lunch
1pm: Fighters armor up for all fighting disciplines
          Jr. Marshal Authorizations and Range Training for Target Archery and Thrown Weapons.
          Horses 101
1:30pm: Jr. Marshal Authorizations for all fighting disciplines.
2:30pm: Correct and Safe Weapon Handling for Equestrian.
3pm: Fighter & Sr. Marshal Authorizations for all fighting disciplines.
5pm: Phoenix Tourney for Heavy, Rapier, Cut & Thrust, and Youth Armored combats.
6pm: Dinner
7pm: Additional time for Authorizations for all disciplines.
          Equestrian Discussion: Running an event, setting up, and scoring competitions.
8:30pm: End of all classes and authorizations.
9pm: Gate closes, event ends.