The Barking Beast Tavern

March 16, 2018 at 10:58 pm Leave a comment

For good company over the Easter break, come to the Barking Beast tavern on Easter Friday.

A medieval tavern with silly songs, tasty pub food, and a few fun activities to go with the theme.

You are welcome from 1pm, and we’re hoping to have sociable archery, fencing and heavy combat training for those interested.  Dinner will be about 6pm, then songs and chats around the campfire from about 8pm and wander off when you want.

BYO alcohol, chair and a rustic-style bowl, goblet, spoon and knife. There will be children’s activities.

Some bedrooms, crash space and camping available for $5 (covers breakfast) – BYO bedding.

beast

Where:
76 Barkers Lane, Yarra NSW (near junction Hume & Federal highways;
ignore your GPS if it says to come via Parkesbourne Rd)

When:
Friday, 30 March 2018

Cost:
$20 – Adult Members,
$15 – Concession,
Free – Under 16s.
Add $5 each if not SCA members

Booking:
Contact Cristoval (rhysh@webone.com.au )

 

**The Barking Beast (Beast Glatisant) is a camelopard from Arthurian legend.  A camelopard is a long-necked beast usually native to Aethiopia (where it eats acacias) and Okewaite (where it eats the acorns from the very tops of oak trees).**

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