St. Augustine's Faire 2018

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General Information:[edit | edit source]

18 August 2018

Location: Floyd County Fairgrounds, Charles City, IA

Event Steward: Gobban MacRoibeard

Website: http://www.heraldshill.org/Augustine2018/

Theme: Battle of Brunanburh - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Brunanburh

Highlights:[edit | edit source]

Unofficial Court Report:[edit | edit source]

Baronial Court:

  • Kediver won both the archery tourney and the thrown weapons tourney.
  • There weren't enough fighters to have either an armored combat or a C&T tourney, but there were good pickups and Master Gawin conducted a C&T introduction for the fighters.

Photos:[edit | edit source]

  • Sifrid von Eichelborn -


Target for Beatrix' shoot at St. Augustine's Fair. Photo provided by Beatrix.

Comments and Impressions:[edit | edit source]

  • Thank you to the folks at Heraldshill for another wonderful event. Far and away the best feast I've had.  Thank you for allowing Zaneta and I to setup our gear to teach lampwork bead making. We had a blast! - Amon
  • The runzas were amazing, always a favorite part of St. Augustine Fair. - "Deb"
  • The breakfast ones were fantastic. - Zaneta
  • Thanks to everyone who showed up to the shoot! I think it turned out pretty well and it was a fantastic day for being outside! - Beatrix
  • I just wanted to give a big thank you to all who came to Heraldshill's event this past weekend. Without you we wouldn't have the fun that we have. I also wanted to thank all those who taught classes and shared their knowledge as well as our marshals: William Fletcher, Brigida von München, Zach MacDonald,and Gawin Kappler. I hope nobody went hungry. - Gobban

Event Officers[edit | edit source]

  • Troll - Avelyn
  • Inn - Juliana
  • Feast - Anastasia
  • Fighting - Zachariah?
  • Equestrian - none
  • Waterbearing - Esther
  • Archery - Brigida
  • Thrown Weapons - William

Note for next year - feast sits 72, 8 people per table including head table. New feast gear totes and embroidered towels for inn planned for next year.