Rogue’s Tavern

Four people sitting at a table playing board games.
Playing games and socializing are things to do at Rogue’s Tavern. Photo: Crystal Smithwick

Rogue’s Tavern Returns!

Date: Saturday, Feb. 10, 2024

Location: Preston VASA Hall
10530 324th Pl SE Issaquah, WA 98027

Cost: $25.00. SCA members will receive a $5 member discount off the cost listed. Wear SCA garb to this event.

Come and join us – the setting is a tavern at a crossroads. Who knows what interesting persons you may meet there.

There will be games and music, bards and rogues. A meal is included for the money you give to enter and shelter from the cold.
Games-masters will be on hand to teach and encourage playing games for fun and profit. A small purse of tokens will come with your entry, and there will be prizes for those who have the best luck at the tables.
A fire master will ensure that the outdoor fire is well stocked, and ingredients for a special treat will be available to roast on sticks.
The Fromage Fete party band has been invited to play music for all to hear. Perhaps in the corner a harpist will make you shed a tear.
Mischief and mayhem, song, game, and drink will be in vogue. All at the Tavern of the Raging Rogue.

Baronial Bardic Championship

The Baronial Bardic Champion will be chosen at the tavern. Please send your letters of intent to the Baron and Baroness. Share with them your plans for creating and encouraging bardic performance if you are chosen champion.

Schedule

10:00 am – Site setup
1:00 pm – Doors open
before supper  – Words from Their Excellencies
6:00 pm – Site supper is served (included with your site fee)
Musical entertainment will be random
11:00 pm – close for clean-up

There will be several games available to play. Attendees are welcome to bring their favorite period game and we will ensure you have table space to play with others.

Menu and Extras

included in site fee

Choice of soup:
– Beef Barley Vegetable (Brown Rice can be substituted)
– Vegetable Barley (Brown Rice can be substituted)
 – Vegetables in soup include: celery, parsnips, turnips, carrots, leeks, onions, and rutabagas
Homemade Pretzel or gluten-free bagel
Cheese dip (Cheddar and Jack)
100% Beef Polish Sausage
S’more makings!

Hot cider, Tea, and coffee

Attendees are encouraged to bring snacks and share, or make snacks available as for a donation, in keeping with the event theme.

Merchants

Tabletop/blanket merchants are welcome.  Please contact the Event team for details on space.

Accessibilty

Handicapped dropoff and limited handicapped parking is available.  The site has a ramp to the entrance and the doorways are wide.  Access to the back entrance, the stage, and the firepit may be limited and requires several steps.

Handcapped accessible, single occupancy restrooms available.

The event will be low light for ambiance.  Please bring lanterns and electric candles.  Open flame not allowed by site.

Court will not have an ASL interpreter available.

SCA POLICY
“Although the SCA complies with all applicable laws to try to ensure the health and safety of our event participants, we cannot eliminate the risk of exposure to infectious diseases during in-person events. By participating in the in-person events of the SCA, you acknowledge and accept the potential risks. You agree to take any additional steps to protect your own health and safety and those under your control as you believe to be necessary.”