Please find here the minutes for the Barony of Rowany Senate minutes for September:
The Barony of Rowany invites the populace, to celebrate a Tradtional
Rowany Yule, with honoured guests their majesties ThorolfR Olfuss
Brandsson and Halla Vinagjafar Hrafnsdóttir and their court.
From 12 noon both Armoured and Rapier tournaments will determine the
Rowany Champions for the coming year. These will be held at Petersham
Park Brighton St Petersham.
The feast will be held at Petersham Town Hall, 107 Crystal St
Petersham. Doors open at 5pm with the Green man welcoming all at 6pm.
Tables will groan with platters of treats and jugs of cool cordial
The Boars Head Carol heralds the beginning of the high court feast
with tempting removes of Persian delicacies. Fine musicians will
entertain with dancing and merriment before a buffet of sweet things
to complete the evening.
The feast menu will be posted in advance and lists of ingredients in
dishes will be available.
The steward for this event is Mistress Doña Lindoret .
Bookings are now open for 150 guests and will close on December 1st
2016. Payment must accompany all bookings and no payments or bookings
will be received at the door.
Prices for Yule 2016:
Children 6-14 Member: $25
Children 6-14 Non Member: $30
To book for this event please send an email to
firstname.lastname@example.org and include:
Adult / Minor
For each person booking, the total cost and a booking reference number
will be emailed to you, along with bank details for direct deposits.
The newsletter for September has now been uploaded, containing details of an A&S planning meeting (Mon 12/9), introducing the proposed Armoured (‘heavy’) Marshal, welcoming the new Acquisitor, as well as greetings from the B&B, regular events, upcoming events, the calendar, officer contacts, and Senate meeting minutes. We hope you find it useful!
Saturday December 10th Rowany Yule Feast
Save the date
Last night our little Household Gormandy was given the thumbs up to run our SCA christmas Yule Feast.
So save the date find some garb and look forward to a great event of the Yule Tide Season.
Folia Roani August 2016 is now online!
with handy-dandy calendar and regular events details; EOI call to run YULE FEAST by 26/7; calls for bids to replace Rowany’s Kingdom thrones; proposal to have made perpetual coronets for the Rowany B&B; introduction to the proposed Acquisitor; greetings and a song from the A&S officer; contacts for the current officers of the Barony; upcoming events in Rowany, ACT/NSW, and around Lochac (notably Knightschool and Spring War); and a list of Rowanites recognised with Kingdom awards in July (with details on how to get more information about awards and recommend people for awards).
The July senate meeting minutes are also attached at the end of this newsletter, touching on:
Approved project for Fighter Auction Tourney funds; Reeve report; Lists report for Midwinter Coronation tourneys; big congratulations for Midwinter Stewards; Festival progress; report on demos.
Folia Roani July 2016 is now online!
with handy-dandy calendar and regular events details; introductions to the new Rowany Seneschal, Arts and Sciences Officer and the proposed Lists Officer; a description of the offices of Marshal and Acquisitor (both needing applications); upcoming events in Rowany, ACT/NSW, and around Lochac; a call from the Stewards of Rowany Festival for assistance; and the June Baronial Senate meeting minutes.
Bookings for Stowe’s Royal Supper will close next weekend. If you haven’t booked and you’d still like to come, drop us a line at email@example.com If you’ve booked and not paid yet, please do! If you can’t find the details we sent, email us so we can send them to you.
Stowe Royal Supper
Stowe are hosting Their Majesties Gilbert and Bethony for a Royal Supper and gathering, prior to their devestiture.
When: Friday (Yes! Friday! The night before Midwinter!) 8th of July 2016
Where: 1st Toongabbie Scout Hall, 99 Bungaree Rd, Pende Hill, NSW, 2145
Steward – Mistress Finn firstname.lastname@example.org
Bookings – Vera of Rowany email@example.com
$10 members $15 non-members $10 for Winterfest demo newcomers (only)
Kids: 0-10yrs members (Free) non members $5, 11-14yrs members $5, non members $10.
*Bookings close on July 1st. At that point, anyone who hasn’t pre-paid, runs the risk of losing their booking and it being made available to someone on the wait-list. If you cannot pay in advance, please contact the Steward.
**Please note, this is not a full feast! We will be serving forth 2 soup options and bread, fruit, cheese and nuts and something yummy for dessert. There will be some seating and room to stand and mingle (so not full seating).
When: Jul 9 at 9 AM to Jul 10 at 5 PM (see below)
Where: The University of Sydney- Great Hall
Come and Witness the end of the reign of King Gilbert & Queen Bethony, and the beginning of the reign of the 29th Crown of Lochac.
More details to come; check out our event website at https://midwintercoronation2016.wordpress.com/
Adult Member: $75, Children 5-12: $35, Under 5: Free. Add $5 for non-members.
Off-board, Hardship, and Worker rates available upon request.
Feast may be capped at 150 people, so book early; email firstname.lastname@example.org, or join this FB event:https://www.facebook.com/events/1684210405163487/
The timetable for Midwinter Coronation, hosted by the College of St Ursula
at the University of Sydney, has now been approved for publication. As
always, times are guides, and events may run earlier or later than
0800: Site opens for set up
1000: Final Court of Gilbert I and Bethany I
1100: Coronation Court
1300: Armoured Tourney begins (details below)/Dancing and music/Order of the Laurel Meeting
1400: A&S competition judging
1500: First Court, ThorolfR I and Halla I
1600: Worshipful Company of Broiderers Meeting/ Council of the Purse and Regalia Meeting/ Tourneys or pickups
1700: Order of Chivalry meeting/Herb and Garden Guild meeting
1800: Feast (may include Court)
2200: Lights on
0800: Site opens for set up
0900: Lochac Company of Archers meeting
1000: Order of Defence meeting
1100: Order of Pelican meeting
1300 -1600: Rose Tourneys (details below)
1600: Closing Court
1700: Pack down
There will be Armoured (Heavy) tournaments run both days at Midwinter Coronation this year. Local fencers have advised me that almost no one is attending the event with the intention of fighting rapier, hence there will not be a rapier tournament. If you feel this decision is ill-advised, please contact Theodulf immediately: MidwinterStewards@
Saturday: Swiss Seed Tournament
Lists and Inspections open at 12:30 (during lunch). Tournament runs from 1:00 to 2:00 with pickups afterwards.
Sunday: Rose Tournament
There will be a winner by prowess in the Rose Tournament this year in addition to the champions chosen by the Ladies of the Rose. This means defeated fighters must tell Lists who defeated them before distributing roses. The rationale behind this decision is as follows: Rose tournaments are all for the sake of chivalry, but it is easy to be chivalrous when there is nothing at stake – perhaps sportsmanship is a more apt word to use here. If the tournament is non-competitive, sportsmanship is meaningless, thus there must be a winner by prowess.
Lists and Inspections open at 12:30 (during lunch).
Tournament runs from 1:00 to 4:00 (plenty of fighting for everyone).
Fighters may enter the tournament after the start time but must still be inspected and see lists – because of the format this doesn’t affect the outcome.