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This event website is being updated as event info comes in.
Please check back often for the most up-to-date information
Join us as the Marche of Norborough presents:
July 8-10, 2011 at
650 N County Road 25A
Troy, Ohio 45373
Just 4 minutes off Interstate 75
(Site opens Friday at 5pm and Closes Sunday at noon.)
Enjoy the fighting, the arts, the shopping, and the camaraderie.
Try out that new tent or test drive your new class before you take them to war.
Get your gear inspected or get authorized so you can join the Dragon Army at Pennsic.
Site is DRY. (see site rules)
age 13 and up: $11 day of event
age 5 through 12: $5 day of event
age under 5: No charge
Tent fee of $6 a tent per night goes to the fairgrounds
A $5 nms fee will apply to anyone age 13+ who cannot provide proof of membership.
This applies only to full-price site fees and not discounted admissions.
Preregistration is now closed, but for Adult admissions only: (age 13+) you can get $1 discounted off your site fee
by donating a canned food item at troll, with all donations going to a local food pantry.
Due to site restrictions, we are unable to offer a conventional lunch counter or feast.
Al's Pizza, by far the best pizza in town, will be delivering Pizza Feast for 150 gentles Saturday evening.
Adults: $6 day of event
Kids: $3 day of event
Cold water and soft drinks will be available to purchase on merchant's row Saturday until Feast.
Planned activities* for Push:
--Day time activities--
Thrown Weapons (IF a marshall volunteers)
Boffers (IF a marshall volunteers)
Merchant's row packed with goodies to buy
Children's activities and classes
Indoor, airconditioned Snowball fight in July (just watch out for yellow snow!)
Wild beast tourney (no fighter's authorization required)
3 Musketeers Challenge course
--Night time activities--
Pizza Feast Saturday evening
Dancing and Dessert Revel
Drum circle (Contact Siobhan, if interested in organizing drum circle)
Bardic circle (Contact Siobhan, if interested in organizing bardic circle)
*If you would like to see something that's not on the list, please email the Autocrat.
If you'd like to volunteer to lead any of these activities, please email the Autocrat.
If you're running an activity, please email the webminister to be sure we have accurate information for your activity, including your contact info.
This is a list of activities we'd love to have, but we can't make it happen without volunteers like YOU.
We still have a number of positions needing filled, including:
Heralds (Consulting, Court, and Field) (contact Shamirah)
Boffers marshall (contact Shamirah)
Thrown weapons marshall (contact Shamirah)
more A&S class teachers (contact Mindy)
more Artisans to display their craft on Artisans' Row (contact Mindy)
More retainers and royal guards (contact Rosamund)
Someone to head up Bardic or drum circle (contact Siobhan)
Here are the positions which have been filled:
Autocrat: Lady Shamirah Rae Linacre
Archery Marshal: Lord Joshua Frost
Children's activities: Gwynnan and Syrena
Heavy weapons Marshalls: Sergeant Alrekr Eiriksson and Sir William of Fairhaven
Rapier Marshall: Lord Darius Lowen (937-260-8920)
Chirurgeon: Master Erik Erikson the Scout
Royalty Liason: Rosamund Beauvisage (937-681-0050, before 10pm only please)
Games Tavern: Master Brusten de Bearsul [email: Brusten (at) dnaco.net]
Dancing: Lady Allegra Ginevra Soave da Napoli and Lord Edward Foxley
More details in the coming months. We strive to provide accurate information,
but it's still early and all information is subject to change.
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