May 22 - May 25, 2020
Event starts at 03:00 PM, on Friday May 22, 2020.
Event ends at 03:00 PM, on Monday May 25, 2020.
Cost is tba.
Come one, Come All to Tournaments of Creathorne 27!!!! A weekend of food, friends, adventures, and (of course) tournaments. Along with all of your typical combat tournaments, there are a whole lot of others. What hidden talents do you have? Can you cook or bake? Try the Campfire Dessert tourney, where you make your best dessert over a campfire. Or the Campfire Chopped tourney. We provide the food, you provide the cooking talent. (Sign up at least a week before hand.) Do you like to make your own alcohol? Wine? Mead? Beer? Bring us your best and we?ll decide. This is not a mixed drink tournament. Are you an engineer of sorts? Try your hand at the Siege Weapons tournament. Catapults, Trebruchet?s, etc? who?s can throw the farthest? Please take your masterpiece with you when you leave. Don?t for forget all of our regular non com?s as well. Don?t forget your cards! Magic the Gathering will happen. We will also have a dominion tournament. Practice your songs and your stories for this years Bardics. New this year.... JUGGING! We will also have stuff for the young adventurers to do. Tournaments on Saturday and a special quest on Sunday. Both are loads of fun. And prizes to be had for all of them. Got a pocket full of coins? The Creathorne Hula Girl Casino will be in full swing to help lighten your load. Basic Schedule to plan your weekend? Friday -- Bardics around the main fire pit and night quest Saturday -- Tournaments Feast Bardics around the main fire pit Night quest Sunday -- Tournaments Awards Cooking and brewers tournaments Story time at the main fire pit Jugging Monday -- Great Goblin Hunt (?) NPC raffle Clean up We look forward to seeing you all there!!!! Sir Sean
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For GPS: 702 main St. Grafton, NH google maps has it listed as: 771 Mascoma Valley Rd, Grafton, NH 03240 From the Southeast (middle and southern NH, and anywhere in MA east of Springfield): you will want to take route 93 North through NH. From MA or CT you can get to route 93 from routes 495, 3, and 95(128). Take route 93 North through Nashua, Manchester, and Concord. If you are coming from the Northeast, you want to take 93 South. Get off at exit 17, just North of Concord. This should put you on route #4. Take route 4 West. Route 4 runs concurrent with routes 3 and 11 off and on during this trip, so make sure you stick with the right route! You should pass through several small towns, including Boscawen, Andover, Franklin, and Danbury. It take about 30 minutes to get from route 93 to Grafton (it?s about 30.5 miles to the border). Creathorne is 3.5 miles from the Grafton/Danbury town line, on the right. There is a white sign that says ?Little Creathorne Farm? in plain sight. The farm house is a white color. Pull in through the gate in the wooden fence (NOT the driveway) and park in the area defined by the logs, on either side of the small hill right there. I will have Creathorne, Black and gray shields near the road in the day light, and torches burning at the gate at night, so this site is usually very easy to find. From the Northwest, VT, NY, or anywhere West of Springfield, MA: you?ll want to come into Grafton from the other direction. Take route 91 (which runs up the NH/VT border) to 89S into Lebanon, NH. You? ll be getting off, at exit 17. This should put you on route 4. Take route 4 East, passing through Enfield and Canaan, and into Grafton. It takes about 35 minutes to get from route 89 to Grafton (it?s about 20 miles to the border). Creathorne is about 10-15 minutes from Canaan center, on the left.