The martial Shire of al-Sahid loves starting Wars… but with the plague still upon some parts of our land, this year’s Highland War will be a one-day event. We will pack as much of the War’s fighting and fun into one single day as possible! We invite all Caid to make the scenic trek to a beautiful park on Saturday, September 4, 2021. We are holding our 1-day War at beautiful Helendale Community Park, so please note the new address.
Helendale Community Center 15425 Wild Road Helendale, CA 92345
Schedule for the Day:
Site opens: 8:00 am
Opening Court: 10:00 am (at Their Majesties’ Pleasure)
Battles start 10 minutes after opening court closes
Closing Court: 3:00 pm (or at Their Majesties’ Pleasure)
Site closes: 5:00 pm
There will be melees and or battle scenarios for armored and rapier as well as games and crafts for non-fighters.
All attendees need to bring their own picnic food and beverages. This is a dry site.
Event Steward: Dame Teka Turmanov (Tammy Anderson) firstname.lastname@example.org
Adult Event Registration: $10 and Adult Member Discount Event Registration: $5.
Payments will be accepted at the door.
Please make checks payable to SCA Inc., Shire of Al-Sahid.
Please RSVP by registering here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1YGGWiCJPqHjNrVE3VMebL8HeQwSm2OfdbxSLuuwhXgo/edit
Refund policy: There are no refunds since the money is collected at the site.
Arts and Sciences- Plague Projects
There will be an Arts and Sciences People’s Choice Competition during the day, bring your project, finished or in-progress that you have worked on during quarantine and enter.
Come and see what others are working on and cast your votes!
Plagues are a nuisance, but we had a little more time to create and try things!
There will be a class on making Medieval finger-looping trim~
There will be a class to learn basic hand-sewing techniques creating a small drawstring pouch to hold your ducats.
The times will be on the schedule on the day of the War. The classes are free to all.
We will be there all day at the Competition shelter holding an open workshop on needlework and sewing. Come and investigate sewing or trim making techniques.
Drop in and stay as long or little as you like. Bring your project or questions, learn or pass on tips and techniques.
The focus will be mainly on trim, but everyone and any project is welcome.
Disclaimer: Although the SCA complies with all applicable laws to ensure the health and safety of our event participants, we cannot eliminate the risk of exposure to infectious diseases during in-person events. By participating in the in-person events of the SCA, you acknowledge and accept the potential risks. You agree to take any additional steps to protect your own health and safety and those under your control as you believe to be necessary.