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Come join us as the Barony of Settmour Swamp celebrates the Thirty Sixth Quest for Wit & Wisdom.

 

In the Spring we saw the old Baronial triumvirate put out to pasture. We welcomed the new Baronial Couple and their most Excellent Moggy, The Chongus, in a new era of prosperity for our beloved Settmour. However, the transition of power was marred by frolicsomeness, waggishness, and intrigue! During the exchange of the Baronial Regalia the coronets were pilfered by despoilers! What will it mean for their Excellencies Charis and Orlando if the wayward chaplets cannot be recovered? Will the cutpurses be found and brought to justice? Rumors abound as the Swamp sets its jaw and comes running to the aid of their Noble Excellencies: A jewelry heist of regal proportions? A chase across soggy ground? Usurping Feline brothers? Bring your flea glasses, your thinking caps, and your inquisitive children and help the Baroness and the Baron find their missing coronets. The call for aid from the loyal populace has gone out!

 

The Quest for Wit & Wisdom is Settmour Swamp’s local camping event and includes competitions to determine the Barony’s Arts & Sciences as well as Bardic Champions. In addition, there will be a brewing competition, artisan’s row, an evening bardic circle around the fire pit and of course The Quest, where all are welcome to test their wit and skill.

Baron Orlando di Sforza and Baroness Charis Accipiter, welcome all to join in our weekend-long celebration.

Pre-Registration is REQUIRED, and all reservations must be paid in full by August 20th. Unfortunately, NO walk-ins will be permitted on the day of the event, and any additions or changes to your reservation party must be conveyed to our Autocrat in advance.

 

201 Sidney Rd C
Pittstown, NJ 08867

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

  • Pond:  There is a pond on site, this is not for swimming.
  • Pets are permitted, and must be kept on a leash at all times.  Certain areas will be off limits to pets.
  • Alcohol:  No alcoholic beverages may be brought on site.  There will be a site-run bar available, and open until 2:00am.  This policy will be strictly enforced by event staff. Anyone in violation of this policy will be removed from the site.

 

Feast seating will be provided during the feast time noted on the schedule.  No food will be provided by the event staff and sharing between tables is discouraged per SCA regulations at the time of writing.  Please bring your own prepared meals and enjoy the evening in much the same way.

All brewing contest entries are to be presented to Troll upon arrival on site and must be kept behind the bar until the contest. Each bottle needs to be accompanied by the name of the item, the category (beer, wine, mead, cordial) and the name of the maker of said libation.

Note: Any unconsumed brewing entries must be removed from the site or they may be discarded after the competition.

No food will be provided by the event staff, see above for more information

Court of Baron Baron Orlando di Sforza and Baroness Charis Accipiter

 

Merchants are welcome. Please email the Merchant Contact listed in the Staff section of this page for details.

 

Children

Children are most welcome, but please supervise your children at all times.  For minors to attend the event accompanied by an adult who is not their own parent or court-appointed guardian, they must present a minor waiver and a medical treatment waiver signed by their parent/guardian.  Copies of these forms can be found at http://www.sca.org/docs/waivers.html and will also be available at the event.  The forms do not need to be notarized.