Hosted by Canton of Whyt Whey - New York, NY
Event date: October 2nd, 2022
Event Last Modified: September 10th, 2022
• Fighters are invited to enter our tournaments for armored combat, fencing, and youth combat, all before cheering crowds of onlookers.
• Artists and craftsmen and bardic performers are welcome to exhibit their work and demonstrate their skills to a rapt audience curious about history.
• Chatelaines and other volunteers are needed to speak with the public and explain the Society and how newcomers can get involved.
If you wish to participate in any of the activities above, or simply wish to come and have fun with us, please contact the event steward!
This is an outdoor event open to the public, with a large list field for fighters (protected by a tall fence), spacious pavilions for exhibitors (roped off from spectators), and plenty of "backstage" space for people to garb up, unwind, and enjoy the potluck dayboard.
Additional details are available on our website at https://whytwhey.eastkingdom.org/cloisters-demo/
Site Opens: 11:00 am (Setup begins at 9:00 am)
Site Closes: 6:00 pm (Cleanup to follow)
Fort Tryon Park
1 Margaret Corbin Drive
New York, NY 10040
The event site is accessible per the East Kingdom Accessibility Porter's Checklist.
The SCA's encampment will be on "the South Lawn," the first open field in Fort Tryon Park, just past the entrance gate.
By subway: The best way to reach the festival is to take the “A” train to the 190th St. station, then follow the crowds up the elevators and stairs into the park.
By bus: Take the M4 bus uptown to its last stop. (Accessibility note: this route has no stairs. There should be an accessible transfer from the A train at 175th Street.)
More transit info: https://whytwhey.eastkingdom.org/cloisters-demo/transit/
By car: Park elsewhere around the city and use public transportation as above, or drive to the neighborhood and look for curbside parking or a paid garage.
More driving info: https://whytwhey.eastkingdom.org/cloisters-demo/driving/
A limited number of parking passes are available for participants who are bringing large amounts of equipment & setting up before the festival begins. You MUST contact the event steward in advance to arrange for a parking pass.
The event is free. You are welcome to donate a dollar to the festival organizers at the entry gate but this is not required.
There is no feast. Food is available from vendors on-site, and we will have a potluck dayboard table within our encampment.
You are invited to bring food or beverages to share with our other Scadian participants!
Make Checks Payable to: No payment is required.