Steward: Meistr Llywus ap Alan Feast coordinator: Wulfila Raedwulfs sunu
Adult: $25, Adult Members: $20, no charge for youth 17 and under
Site is wet
Brigit was a pre-Christian Celtic Goddess and was celebrated in late winter with Imbolc, loosely translated as “ewe’s milk” and indicates that the sheep are lambing and a new season has begun.
St. Brigid was a 5th century Irish woman adopted as a patron saint for dairy workers & farmers, blacksmiths, poets and midwives & healers.
We will make St. Brigid’s crosses, have games and ask the populace to entertain during feast with a song or poem. A feast will feature spring foods. The menu for the event is below!
This promises to be a day of fun, food and friends so don’t miss this chance to visit the Shining Hill for our first feast since the dark years.
Courtesy of our chef Wulfila Raedwulfs sunu of al-Barran: White bean soup w/braided soda bread and sweet butter Mead cider baked salmon w/boxty and dandelion flower Spice roasted leg of lamb w/ colcannon and dandelion greens Bread pudding w/ whiskey caramel, assorted cheeses and berries & honey Ingredients are listed HERE: Ingredients for Feast
Silent Auction Announcement!
The Shire will be hosting a silent auction at St. Brigid’s to help cover a last-minute expense that the site owners tacked on to the rental cost. Any additional funds raised will be donated to Kingdom and/or Baronial travel funds. So, bring an extra pouch of gold and silver to buy some trinkets and pretties. Also, if you have any SCA stuff laying around that you would like to see go away we’ll gladly accept your donations of goods.
If the great company, fun and games, and beautiful mountain don’t entice you to visit Bryngolau for this event, then Wulfila’s spectacular feast surely will!