|The ‘Yet Unnamed’ Masqued Ball||Event date: October 20th, 2012|
|Hosted by Shire of Coill Tuar – Highland, NY||Event Last Modified: August 14th, 2012|
|**NOTA BENE!!** DATE CHANGE!!
Due to a conflict of scheduling with the Coronation of Edward II and Thyra I in the Barony of Concordia of the Snows, we have moved to OCTOBER 20th!
Please mark your calendars and let everyone know!
Carnevale di Legno Secco
“A carnevale, ogni scherzo vale!” In other words, “At a carnival, every joke goes!”
It is said that the Carnival of Venice was originated from a victory of the “Repubblica della Serenissima”, Venice’s previous name, against the Patriarch of Aquileia, Ulrico in the year 1162. In the honor of this victory, the people started to dance and make reunions in San Marco Square. Apparently this festival started on that period and become official in the Renaissance.
Masquerade balls were a feature of the Carnival season in the 15th century, and involved increasingly elaborate allegorical Royal Entries, pageants and triumphal processions celebrating marriages and other dynastic events of late medieval court life. Such costumed dances were a special luxury of the ducal court of Burgundy.
Come join the Shire Coill Tuar as we bring the pageantry of Venice and the court from Charles VI of France together in a display that will enchant you to dance the entire day and the night away. Dances will be taught during the day, a light side board will be offered during the day and into the early evening, and the dancing will go on until the cows come home… and we gave them the wrong directions!
Masque making items will be available if you need to make one.
A jury of inter-shire costume and fashion judges (who signed up for the chance to do so at Troll) will vote for “La Maschera piu bella”, or the Best Mask at the Ball. One of the most important points during the event is the contest for the best mask, placed during the mid hour of the Carnival when we will hold a fashion show to give our dancers a chance to rest.
As this is a family oriented event as well as dance enthusiast event, here are the rest of the things to do during the day!
1. Mask Making! There will be prizes awarded!
and much much more…
Feast will be served throughout the day, with a light dayboard and a banquet of delights being offered in the evening for our on-board guests. Evening fare will be served in a buffet in our dining area so that the dancing can go on uninterrupted into the night.
|718 Adonai Lodge
48 Main Street
Highland, NY 12528
From NYS Thruway:
1. Take NYS Thruway to Exit 18.
From Route 84 Newburgh, Exit 10N:
1. FROM DANBURY: Take right off of end of exit ramp for 10N onto Albany Post Road/US-9WN. FROM PT JERVIS: Take right off of Ramp. At light take left onto Albany Post Road/Rt 9W N.
From Route US-9WS Kingston:
1. From Flatbush Rd/NY-32 turn onto US-9WS. Continue on US-9WS. Go 15.7 mi.
|Registration: Adult: (18+)
Site Fee: $10.00
Feast Fee: $8.00
Children 0-5 free.
Due to the current economy, we will not be adding an at-door fee, but do ask for a call or email to confirm numbers attending the feast, therefore pre-registration ends October 5th.
NOTE: The Non-member fee of $5 will be applied as per SCA requirements. If you are a non SCA member please remember to add it for all members of your group 18+. This also applies to Max Family Rate.Feast: Feast is going to be buffet style with no formal seating. Please call/email our Reservations Steward prior to October 5, 2012 to make sure we have enough food for all.
Make Checks Payable to: Society for Creative Anachronism – New York
Michael Galloglach ua Corcaigh
Please call the Reservation Steward
Send Reservations to:
Lord Lorenz Greylever
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