Come all and grace Us with costumed beauty and celebrate the opulence and pleasures of 16th century Italy. Join Dragon’s Mist for feasting, dancing, and fun diversions on Saturday, February 22nd.
Site opens at 9am and closes at 8pm
St Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church
11265 SW Cabot St. Beaverton, OR 97005
There will be a Largess box at gate for those interested in donating. One piece per entry would be wonderful but it is not required. This way we will be able to share the generosity and talent of Dragons Mist
Game enthusiasts across the Known Kingdom are called to test their mettle and mastery at the gaming tables of Carnevale! To be held in the hours between Opening and Closing Court. Games of chance, of strategy, and of intrigue await!
Prizes will be had by all who play! Grand Prizes will be had by winners of 3, 5, or 7 games. Many prizes may include historical games, decks of cards, dice and much much more!!
Children of all ages are welcome to play. Following SCA policy set forth by the BOD, children under 18 years of age must be attended by their parent or legal guardian at all times. Our Game Masters will be on hand to assist in game matters only. Children without a legal guardian or parent present at all times during game play will not be able to participate.
If you are interested in being a Game Master and volunteering to assist please contact the Event Steward or the Master of Games, HL Renna Ravenswald for more info and keep an eye out for future announcements for all the fun at Carnevale 2020!!!
Greetings Singers, Storytellers, and Minstrels of All Varieties,
I, Lady Colette la trouvere, Bardic Champion of the fair Barony of Dragon’s Mist, do hereby seek my successor. At Carnivale, a competition in three rounds will be held to determine who will be the next Bard of Dragon’s Mist. If you wish to compete, please prepare the following:
*A period piece, preferably with documentation
*A piece on the theme of revels, carnivales, or merrymaking
*A piece of your choosing
This competition will be a process of elimination. All will compete in the Period round, four will be chosen for the Theme round, and two will compete in the Bard’s Choice round.
If you are interested in competing, please contact my via private message on Facebook or at My Email
Lady Colette la trouvere
Bard of Dragon’s Mist
It will be a Luck of the Draw Accolades Tournament. Fighters should bring all of the secondaries that they’re authorized to fight with. From an event planning perspective, we’ll need audience participation, so we’ll want to encourage the populace to be present and we’ll need to make sure their’s room for them on the sidelines.
Olives and assorted nuts
Ahrash of beef and lamb
Palace Chicken with Mustard
Arnabi (Eggplant with thyme and saffron)
Misri (Egyptian Beef with Fennel)
Muzawwara (Lentils and Vegetables)
Semolina Egg Bread
Honeyed Rice with Butter
Hot beverages of lavender, basil and mint will be available.
Beverages (mixed from pre-made syrups and set out in air pots for self-serve)
Questions regarding recipe ingredients and allergy information should be directed to Lucia Piazetta
Period hair taping.
1:00 PM in Class 12
Learn how to put your hair up in a period manner using ribbon. Hair length can vary from shoulder length to rapunzel locksl! Not only is this a great way to add a finishing touch to your period look, it also helps keep your hair cleaner and is a great foundation for your caps and cauls.
Class size max: 10 people
Class cost: $5 for materials
Dance with HL Ignatius Rieger
1:00 PM in Class 10
Want to impress your friends with your grace and style? Need to learn the latest medieval dance moves? Need to practice your footwork? Carnevale just isn’t complete without dancing the day away. HL Ignatius Rieger has been the Dance Minister in Dragon’s Mist for over three years and is passionate about sharing his art. No limits, no cost, age minimum means that their parents need to be there.
Youth Archery: Introduction to Bows
1:00 PM in Hall near Gate
Join Youth Archery Marshal HL Rashida bint Yusuf to learn all about bows. What are the parts of a bow? How do I string one? Class will include a worksheet, the opportunity to string a few bows yourself (with and without a bow stringer), and casual questions and answers. Feel free to bring your own bow to practice with, but since we’re indoors, there will be NO shooting. Adults must accompany their youths. 30 minutes Free
Medieval Falconry with Runa Harasdottir
2:00 PM in Class 10
So you wanna be a medieval falconer?
Overview of how one would obtain, tame, train, and hunt with birds of prey in period. Learn how it was done and why it was important and why EVERYONE who was anyone (or wanted to be someone) participated in the sport of falconry. This is great for rounding out your persona, or for anyone with an interest in falconry, raptors, or birds in general. The lecture will include live birds of prey.
No minimum age.
No size limit.
Printed handouts $2.00 (not required to buy them) or emailed free after the event.
Intro to Hand Stitching Buttonholes and Eyelets
3:00 PM in Class 12
This class will introduce the basic methods and considerations for making hand-stitched buttonholes and eyelets for historical garments. Expect this class to be light on lecture and heavy on practice.
I will be providing all materials for up to 12 students on a first-come, first-served basis but you are welcome to bring your own if you prefer.
Class is open to anyone who can safely and responsibly handle sharp objects such as scissors, needles, awls, and chisels. Anyone using tools in an unsafe or irresponsible manner may be asked to leave class without prior warning. Minors will need to be supervised by a responsible adult.
Cost is $5 per participant.
Basics of the Carolingian Hand
3:00 PM in Class 10
Learn the basics of penmanship and the history of the Carolingian hand as taught by the works of Marc Drogin.
Will provide paper, calligraphy pens and ink and a small handout.
10 max, 8 years and up, please.
Class cost: $5.
Ground Floor Classes Map
If you would like to teach a class at Carnivale or have questions regarding classes at our event please contact Magdalena Castilo DeGuzman
The fee for this event is $20 with a $5 member discount for all those over the age of majority (18). Those under the age of 13 are invited to join their adult at no charge.
In addition, it is $10 to partake in the feast ages 5 and up, and those under the age of 5 are invited to join their adult at no charge. (All fees are based per individual)
Please make checks payable to Barony of Dragon’s Mist, SCA INC
Event Steward – HL Ilariya Charmain Litomerice
Contact with Questions