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The Barony of the Sacred Stone and the Companions of the Order of the Phoenix’ Eye invite all Atlantia to join them in Sacred Stone’s Arts and Sciences Pentathlon on Saturday, November 12th, A.S. XLVI to be held in the Canton of Crois Brigte . . .

IN A PHOENIX’ EYE 2011

12 November 2011

The site is Camp Raven Knob, 266 Raven Knob Road, Mt. Airy, NC 27030.  The doors will open Saturday, November 12th, at 9:00 am and close that night at 6:00 pm.

The Pentathlon rules are simple.  Each person competing must enter five (5) of the fifty-one (51) categories to be eligible.  Don’t feel you have to compete in the overall event though.  Separate winners will also be chosen in each of the categories.  Points will be awarded in the following areas:

Overall Appearance/Presentation:  10 points
Creativity:  10 points
Authenticity:  5 points
Documentation:  5 points 

The categories are broken up into divisions, but it is permissible for a person to enter five different categories within the same division.

Click here for the complete list of 51 categories.

There will not be a feast but lunch will be provided by the Canton of Charlesbury Crossing as a fundraiser for an additional charge.  If this is not your fare, a few eating establishments are located about six miles from camp.  More details to be posted later.

The cost of the event is five dollars ($5.00).  Checks should be made payable to:  SCA, Inc. – Barony of Sacred Stone.  If you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to call (336) 499-7150 or email twol...@yahoo.com.  If you plan to merchant, please contact the autocrat.  The autocrat is Aine O Grienan (Tammy Reid), 4926 Charnel Road, Winston-Salem, NC 27127.  Reservations can be sent to Audrey Brant (Karen Luibrand), 104 Gentle Pond Court, Winston Salem, NC 27107.

Although reservations are not required, they would be most helpful in planning for display space and lunch.

Directions:

From VA and points North:
Take US77 SOUTH to Exit 100.  Turn Right onto Highway 89.  Turn Left on Ledonia Church Road.  Follow it to the end and turn Left onto Hidden Valley Road.  Take the first road to the Right which is Raven Knob Road and it leads into camp.  Bear to the Right as you enter the gate to camp.  A map can be found at:  http://www.ravenknob.com/contact/index.php?p=map
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From NC and points South:

Take US77 NORTH to Exit 100.  Turn Left onto Highway 89.  Turn Left on Ledonia Church Road.  Follow it to the end and turn Left onto Hidden Valley Road.  Take the first road to the Right which is Raven Knob Road and it leads into camp.  Bear to the Right as you enter the gate to camp.  A map can be found at:  http://www.ravenknob.com/contact/index.php?p=map
External Link - Neither SCA, Inc., nor the Canton of Crois Brigte are responsible for external content.


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Part of our device incorporates the cross of St. Brigid.  The original cross was woven with rushes from the river Shannon.
It is tradition in Ireland to hang a St. Brigid's cross over your door on this day to ensure good health throughout the coming year.

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