Nov. 16-18, 2012
Jan. 25-27, 2013
The site having recovered from its storm damage, we've rescheduled
The Crown Province of Østgarðr invites
Both All And Some
to a day of classes on all aspects of medieval and Renaissance polyphonic
music. Bring your voice, your recorders, shawms, dulcians, cornetti,
and sackbuts (or trombones pretending to be sackbuts), your viols,
vielles, violins, and rebecs, your harps, citoles, lutes, gitterns, and
psalteries, ... you get the idea.
The site, Blue Mountain Trail Lodge, has room to sleep about
thirty people, so we plan to start classes after breakfast Saturday
morning, with probably some pickup jam sessions well into the evening,
since bed is only a few yards away. After Sunday breakfast, there may
be time for another jam session before bidding farewell to musical
friends old and new and heading home.
Blue Mountain Trail Lodge
435 Welcher Ave.
Peekskill, NY 10566
The site is about half a mile from the Peekskill
station on Metro-North; it's typically about an hour's ride from
Grand Central, and trains leave about every hour (every half hour during
weekday rush hours). If you plan to take public transit, contact
the event staff at least a few days in advance and we'll try to arrange a
Schedule and Classes
See separate page.
See separate page.
Cost and Reservations
- $15 day-trippers, not eating Saturday dinner
- $25 day-trippers, eating Saturday dinner
- $25 staying on-site Friday and/or Saturday night, not eating
- $35 staying on-site Friday and/or Saturday night and eating
(both breakfasts are included)
- Add $5 for non-SCA members (as mandated by Corporate and Kingdom
- Add $5 if registering after Jan. 18 (in the interest of the cooks'
and event stewards' mental health)
Send reservations to
8 Clark Place
Port Chester, NY 10573
wrborn at yahoo dot com
- Event Stewards
- Rufina Cambrensis
(D. Peters) and
John Elys (S. Bloch)
- Alessandra Brucioli ("Bruce")
- Wilhelm of
Northpass (W. Bornander)
The site has two dorm rooms, each containing 15 single bunk beds.
(One room will probably be labeled "early quiet hours".) Each bed has a
minimal mattress, a wool blanket, and a minimal pillow. You'll
certainly want to bring your own pajamas, sheet, and pillowcase,
probably your own pillow, and probably your own blanket or sleeping bag.
Some people in the past have tipped the beds on their sides and put an
air mattress on the floor between them.
Each of the two bathrooms has two shower stalls; bring your own
washcloth, towel, soap, shampoo, etc.
For people who prefer to stay off-site, there's not much in
Peekskill, but there's a cluster of mainstream hotels in Fishkill,
ten miles north on US 9 where it meets Interstate 84.
There are also some bed-and-breakfasts and high-end hotels sprinkled
around within a few-mile radius; we don't know enough about them to make
D. Peters / Magistra Rufina Cambrensis / seahorse at ostgardr
Stephen Bloch / Master John Elys / email@example.com