As warmer weather approaches, some may consider going on pilgrimage.  Others contemplate the thawing of the mud.  Please join us as we gather to enjoy much that our society has to offer.  There will be tournaments of martial skill; the arts and sciences will be celebrated and demonstrated.

This site measures well against the checklist of the Kingdom Accessibility Porter. For additional concerns, please contact the Event Steward listed to the right.

  • This venue is a church -- please be respectful of their facility and beliefs.
  • There will be absolutely no martial activities of any sort inside the building.
  • No open flames in the building.
  • The sites main halls have wood “gym” floors; please do not wear footwear that could damage the floor.
  • The site is discretely damp.  While alcohol is permitted, please try to use period containers.
  • We have been asked to be mindful of keeping off grassy areas lest they become fitting for the name and theme of this event.

THERE IS AN OVERFLOW PARKING LOT LOCATED AT AN ADJACENT CHURCH.

Should you arrive and not find suitable parking, please park at

The Crossing Church
22 Laurel Avenue
Livingston NJ 07039

A delicious feast is being planned by Mistress Charis Accipiter using recipes by the Italian chef, Bartolomeo Scappi (c.  1500-1577).

 

As in years past, there will NOT be a dayboard at Mudthaw.  We are hoping to once again offer a savory bake sale going on as a fundraiser but that is still in the planning phase.  Check back here for updates.

For those more inclined to the Arts and Sciences, we are very excited to once again host an Artisans Village. We hope that many of you will be able to come to the hall and not only participate in the village but walk away with a new skill or craft that you would like to pursue. In past years participants have been able to sample: Calligraphy and Illumination, Embroidery, Spinning, Weaving, Lampwork, Wire work, Lucet, Period music and much more.

There will also be a display of A&S. Please include a detailed description of your work.

Anyone staying afterwards, we thank you for helping with cleaning up.

Please Contact the Merchant Coordinator listed on the left to discuss attendance.

There is limited space for merchants indoors. In addition there is outdoor space available in a paved covered area. Merchants must provide their own table. Due to space considerations, they are limited to one table each and/or a maximum footprint of 6’ wide x 4’ deep.

The site requires that we provided them ahead of time with a list of all merchants with full contact information.  If you have not provided that information to the Merchant Coordinator and paid the site fee and your personal registration fee by the pre-registration deadline, you will not be able to merchant.

Please remember that our site is a Greek Orthodox Church. We ask that you respect their religious beliefs when choosing what to display and sell this day.