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The Canton of Vanished Wood,
in the Barony of Ayreton

Invites one and all to ALL SOULS - in our NECK OF THE WOODS

Saturday, November 7, 2015

Roselle United Methodist Church
206 S. Rush Street
Roselle, Illinois 60172

Arts & Science Activies:
A&S Classes:
Classes will be held.
If you would like to teach a class or classes please contact me with a class description and any special classroom facilities you might need. We have the following classes planned;
Class coordinator is Katherine von Schlosserwald

Class Time Description
Beaded Rose Make a miniature beaded rose, in the style of 15th Century Venice. Not Recommended for Students under 16 Years Old Materials Fee: $2.00
11-1 PM Room 16
Newcomers Roundtable A Q & A Based discussion for folks who are just beginning their SCA adventure!
11 AM Library
Beginners Embroidery Poke and Swish Embroidery for Beginners Embroidery for the Absolute Beginner", where "absolute beginner" is a person who's never touched an embroidery needle and doesn't quite know where to start.
11 AM Room 15
Ring around the Russian: Making an Ozherele The ozherele was a detached, richly embroidered collar that could be worn on top of Russian and Byzantine clothing for both men and women from the 13th-17th centuries. In this class, we will go over the methods and materials for making these collars and take measurements for your own custom pattern. Other details: No handout fee, Children 8 and under welcome with adult supervision.
Sofya Chyudskaya Smolyanina
1 to 3 PM Room 15
Finger loop braiding Learn a period weaving technique that uses your hand as a loom to create trims and ties.
THL Philippa Montegue
1 PM Room 16
How to Make Brass Points This is a hands-on make and take class where you will learn to create the brass fittings used on the ends of ties that attach sections of garmenbts together.
Ercc Glaison
2 PM room 16
Lacemaking Learn about the craft of bobbin lace making.
3-4 PM Room 15
Children's Activities: More information coming soon.
Site Schedule:
Site Event Time
Site Opens 9:00 AM
Heavy Combat Inspections & Authorizations 10:00 AM
Single Sword Tournament 11:00 AM
Lunch 12:00 PM
Heavy Combat Tournament:
Heavy MIC - Sir Guerric der Wilde Fuchs Details to be provided as they become available.
Tournament Tax: Donation of a non-perishable food item to the RUMC pantry

Rapier Combat Tournament: Warder Kai Chen is the Rapier MIC
Details to be provided as they become available.
Tournament Tax: Donation of a non-perishable food item to the RUMC pantry
This year's event is proud to offer a Roman style feast cooked by Mistress Katherine von Schlosserwald and Mellissand van der Bois.

On the table:
Semolina Bread, Assorted tidbits both savory and sweet.
Main Course:
Chicken Quenelles with a dipping sauce.
Chickpeas with Onions and Rosemary.
Raw greens.
Pear Custard.
Glazed Roast Pork with savory broth.
A dish of Root Vegetables.
Pear Custard.
Assorted seasonal fruits.
To Drink:

Feast Tickets:$8

Pre-registration for feast can be sent to:
Teri Azzarello
7920 Iroquois Ct.
Woodridge, IL 60517

Lunch: Provided by Dame Nicholaa Halden & Mistress Acelina
Gate Tax: NONE - FREE FOR EVERYONE We are pleased to offer NO SITE FEE once again this year.
Donations in the form of food or cash for the Church's food pantry are requested.
We are planning a silent auction to help defray the cost of the site.

Merchant Tax: Donation of an item to a silent auction to benefit the Royal Travel Fund Reserve early as we have VERY LIMITED indoor space for merchants.
Even Staff: Event Steward:
Andrew Blackwood (Drew Nicholson)

Lady Natasha Chmura & Lord Preston

Merchant Liaison:
Dame Nicholaa Halden
There is limited indoor space for merchants. 10 merchant spots available with a limit of 2 tables.
Outdoor merchants are welcome but must provide own shelter etc.
Merchant fee is a donation of an item for the silent auction table.

Dietary Inquiries, Feast Steward:
Katherine von Schlosserwald and Mellissand van der Bois (Kathy Westburg, Melissa Gordon)

Hall Steward:

Lunch and Feast Fees Gatekeeper:
Dayle Ashley Harding

Web Minister:
Ercc Glaison

Travel by Car:

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Travel by Air:

The event site is about 25 minutes from O'Hare Airport and about 45 minutes from Midway Airport.

O'Hare International Airport: Hub for United Airlines and American Airlines.

Chicago Midway International Airport: Hub for Southwest Airlines and focus city for AirTran Airways.

Public Transportation:

The event site is easily accessible by public transportation. The Roselle Metra Station is within walking distance.

The station is serviced by the Milwaukee District West Line which terminates in downtown Chicago at Union Station.

The Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) coordinates operation of the three service providers: the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA), Metra, and Pace.

Local Hotel Information:
Hilton Bloomingdale/Indian Lakes Resort
250 West Schick Road
Bloomingdale, IL
(630) 529-0200

Holiday Inn Hotel Itasca (Woodfield Area)
860 W. Irving Park Rd.
Itasca, IL 60143
(630) 773-2340

Extended Stay America Hotel Chicago - Itasca
1181 Rohlwing Rd
Itasca, IL 60143
(630) 250-0055

Country Inn & Suites By Carlson Elk Grove
1160 West Devon Avenue
Elk Grove Village, IL 60007
(847) 985-0101

Hampton Inn & Suites Addison IL
1685 West Lake Street
Addison, IL 60101
(630) 495-9511