Raptor War    Aug 23-25th
We welcome one and all to join us at Raptor War!

Celebrations abound in the Barony of Arn Hold. Alongside our mighty snakelike river will be a wonderful weekend of new and old.
Come help us thank the most their most wonderful Excellencies Gomez and Merin as they take a well-earned rest from the duties
of herding the moose. Welcome our new Baroness Varia and help her step forward into this role with laughter and light! Come
honor our friends and offer your words as two of our number step forward to be recognized as the Peers that they are!

The days will be filled with activities for all interested travelers and the nights with revelry! Feel free to travel light
with victuals, as Saturday the 25th a sale of beef in the Hamburg(er) style for $5 (tax included) will raise funds for the
keeping of our Moose Herds.

Site: Niagara Springs State Park, 2131 Niagara Springs Road, Wendell, Idaho.
Site opens at 2 pm on Friday, August 23th, and everybody needs to be off site by noon on Sunday, August 25th.
Individuals staying after noon on the 25th may be charged extra fees by the Park.

The site is wet, there is onsite water, and some shade. Pets are allowed as long as they are supervised by their humans.

Fees: Raptor War 2019 has a $12.00 SCA Adult Event Registration fee for the weekend (tax included). The SCA Adult Member
Discount Event Registration fee is $7. Make checks payable to SCA Inc., Barony of Arn Hold. *Additional Fees: In addition, the State of Idaho will be charging both an entry fee of $5.00 per vehicle and $10.60 per tent
per day, for the use of the park. You can save yourself some money by purchasing an Idaho Parks Pass, for $10 at your local DMV.
This pass allows you free access (no park entry fee) to all state parks for the entire year. The SCA Site Fee and Park Tent
Camping fees will still apply (see fee structure examples at the end of this announcement).

Directions: Address is 2131 Niagara Springs, Wendell, Idaho 83355. Make your best way to Interstate 84 and Exit 157 Wendell
Idaho. Exit and head south five miles on Rex Leland HWY to Bob Barton road. Continue south to the Canyon rim, head down on
Niagara springs road, and follow the road north past the fish hatchery to Niagara Springs State Park.

Event Stewards
HE Fernando De Santiago & HE Syeira Caminante (Charles & Amber Snurkowski) Syeira.caminante@gmail.com (208) 590-3860
Lord Ambrose & Lady Sarafina James and Krista Packer
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*In an effort to keep the event costs to a bare minimum we have elected to have attendees pay the Park fees at the entrance
directly to the State of Idaho Parks and Recreation as they arrive. While this is atypical for an SCA event we are doing this
to allow our friends to keep their expenses to a minimum if they so desire.




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