[Sca-cooks] Subtleties Competition at Pennsic

Johnna Holloway johnnae at mac.com
Thu Jun 25 20:45:51 PDT 2009

The subtletie contest at Casa Bardicci is always held that Thursday of 
War Week
at their camp. The SCA Subtleties list always posts whatever information 
we can gather and
we ask that if anyone makes their way down to the camp that they take 
pictures for us.
Also they have this website--
http://www.casabardicci.org/ <http://www.casabardicci.org/>

Subtleties are listed here

Some years they have a theme and other years it's not mentioned. Often 
we don't get the information until very late.

In general I would think, Italian Renaissance and themes associated with 
the Renaissance would work.
Bring whatever documentation you can along with the subtletie. Please 
take pictures and let me
know what you did.

---Hope this helps

Johnnae llyn Lewis

Susan Lin wrote:
> So, is there a theme?  Rules?  I've never heard of this and I've been going
> to Pennsic for a number of years.  I "live" not far from there and would
> consider entering.
> -S
> On Thu, Jun 25, 2009 at 2:04 PM, Johnna wrote:
>> And here is the news about the 2009 Subtleties Contest---
>> I tracked it down for the subtleties list but thought I would share it
>> here.
>> Johnnae
>> Casa Bardicci is indeed planning to host another Subtlety Competition
>> at Pennsic, as accurately reported by Johnnae llyn Lewis.  The date is
>> Thursday of War Week and entries shall be on display throughout the
>> day during the Open House of Casa Bardicci accompanied by period
>> entertainment and hospitality for visitors.
>> Each contestant will receive a silver coin for entering our contest
>> and winners will receive a Bardicci Golden Token and an invitation to
>> the Baron's High Society Soiree in Honor of the Arts. Two entries will
>> be chosen from among the finalists to be awarded Honors.
>> Last year was a bit thin for entries and we would love to have more
>> Worthies join us this year - especially new faces who have yet to
>> experience the Villa.
>> Thank you for letting people know, Johnna!
>> Lord Seamus, Agent of Baron Bardicci

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