Three Saints and a Muse

Event Canceled

It is with a heavy heart that after much council from Kingdom, our event staff, baronial members, in consideration for state and federal advisories for public health and safety, we must cancel 3 Saints this year.

Please remember that this is but a moment in time. We will meet in the feast halls, on the lists, in the classrooms, on the dance floors, and in court again. And sooner than we realize.

Please keep your dearest ones close, and everyone else at least 2 meters away! And please remember to be considerate, kind, and compassionate to each other as I know we are capable of.

The Baroness and I are very grateful for those who were planning the journey out, and hope to see you all again soon, in both good spirits and healthy.

With much love,

Baroness Malie and Baron Adhamh.


Ross Camp

9225 W 75 S, West Lafayette, IN 47906

Site Map

  1. Archery & Thrown Weapons
  2. Heavy List (fair weather)
  3. A-Frame Lodge
    • Registration (Troll)
    • Restrooms
    • Gold Key
    • Lunch Tavern
    • A&S Classes
  4. Day Camps, Vigils, & Merchants (all weather)
  5. Rapier List (fair weather)
  6. Port-o-Pottys
  7. Feast Hall
    • Restrooms
    • Feast
    • Court
    • A&S Competition
  8. Vigil: Sigenandus Blitz


General Heavy Rapier Archery & Thrown A&S
8:00 am Site Opens
9:00 am List Opens
10:00 am
11:00 am Novice Tourney Single Fight Bearpit
12:00 pm Lunch Lance Warlord Tourney Challenge Fights
1:00 pm Melees
2:00 pm Timed Battles Dealer's Choice
3:00 pm Bridge Battles
4:00 pm
5:00 pm List Closes
6:00 pm
7:00 pm
8:00 pm
9:00 pm
10:00 pm
10:30pm Site Closed

Family Information

A parent or guardian must accompany any youth participating in family activities..

8:00 am
9:30 am Family Time
10:30 am
11:00 am
12:00 pm
1:00 pm
2:00 pm
3:00 pm Heavy List: Nerf Battle
4:00 pm
5:00 pm

All Day: A quiet room is available in the A-Frame

9:30 AM - Rapier Lists Family Time.

3:00 PM - Heavy Lists. A bring-your-own-nerf battle! Any weapon that fires nerf darts. Darts will be provided. Youth are asked to help clean up darts after the battle ends.

Heavy Combat

We will be hosting the Constellation Regional War practice!

9:00 am List Opens
10:00 am Inspections & Auths
11:00 am Novice Tourney
12:00 pm "Lance" Warlord Tourney
1:00 pm Open Field Melees
2:00 pm "Objective" Timed Battles - Attacker vs Defender
3:00 pm Bridge Battles
4:00 pm Open List
5:00 pm List Closes

Archery & Thrown Weapons


Archery Thrown Weapons
8:00 am
9:00 am
10:00 am
11:00 am
12:00 pm
1:00 pm
2:00 pm
3:00 pm
4:00 pm
5:00 pm


We are hosting a Tournament of Defense!

8:00 am
9:30 am Family Time
10:00 am
11:00 am Single Fight Bearpit
12:00 pm
12:30 pm Challenge Fights
1:30 pm
2:00 pm Dealer's Choice
3:00 pm
4:00 pm
5:00 pm

Single Fight Bearpit: Challengers start at one side of the field, face every Master in turn. Single sword only. Ideally there is enough room and ideally we're fast enough nobody gets a backlog. 60 minutes. (may break it to two sets of 30min depending on field size and attendance) (Interlude) 30 min break. No fighting, go hydrate.

Challenge Fights: Roughly half the field for 3 passes and brief conversation, half the field for coached fights. I'd like to have one of the Masters "walk the field" of 3-pass fighters to drop tips or insights on what they see between challenger and Master. The coached fights will need 3 Masters per 'bearpit' where two are on duty watching the two fighters and the third tags in for the next fight while the 'losers coach' walks with their fighter back to the end of the line to talk about what they saw. 60 minutes. (Interlude) Speed Tournament. All contestants, single pass and double elim, the two finalists join the "on field" Masters for the final round.

Dealer's Choice: Field is broken to thirds. 2 or 3 Masters who'll teach a class. Handful of Masters who'll do intensive individual work (10 minutes apiece?). Handful of Masters and the two finalists who'll hold the field as either 1-and-done, or as 3-touches-then-talk. This one will flex a lot depending on population and expressed interest. 60 minutes.


Questions? Please contact our Charity Coordinator, Lady Katrin Grimsdottir.

Patty Rogers Memorial Bean Bags for Benevolence Challenge

We are honoring the memory of Patty Rogers by helping children in need. When children are removed from homes by social services, they often do not have spare clothes or basic necessities until they are placed in foster care. Members of the Barony are making foster care bags for children and we need your help.

We would like to create gender neutral bags, so the social workers do not have to worry about “boy” or “girl” bags. Please consider donating plain items without designs or characters. Please drop off your items in the A-Frame between 8:30 am and 3:00 pm.

What We Need:
New gender neutral children's T-shirts sizes: Youth SML (6-12)
New gender neutral sweatpants sizes: Youth SML (6-12)

Bean Bag Challenge:
For every item donated, you will get to play the bean bag toss. The target will have different points and the person with the highest overall score at the end of the day will win a prize.

Participants can play until 3:00 pm.

The winner will be announced during evening court. If you cannot attend court, please let the Charity Coordinator Lady Katrin know and alternative arrangements can be made to collect your prize.

Maker's Silent Auction

We will be accepting donations for a silent auction, to be donated to Heartford House, a child advocacy center. We are asking for donations of premade SCA related art, kits/tools to make art, or new or gently used books on how to make art.

As much as we appreciate those plastic dragons and used feast gear, we have limited space.

The premade art item does not need to have been made by the person donating the item.

Please drop off your items in the A-Frame no earlier than 8:30 am.

Bidding will be open until 3:00 pm.

If you win the auction, please come to the Charity Registration Table in the A-Frame between 3:00 pm and 4:00 pm to pay for your item. Any unclaimed items after 4:00 pm will go to the next person on the list.

Please pay with cash only; we do not have the ability to take credit cards at this time.

About Heartford House: Heartford House Child Advocacy Center's mission is to support children who suffer abuse or witness crime through forensic interviews, advocacy, and education. We serve Benton, Carroll, Clinton, Fountain, Montgomery, Tippecanoe, Warren and White counties.

The purpose of Heartford House is to allow children who have been a victim or witness to a crime to participate in a forensic interview with specially trained professionals who are members of a Multi-Disciplinary Team (MDT) that includes law enforcement, prosecutor's office, and Department of Child Services.

Every aspect of the environment and services provided by Heartford House is structured to attend to the unique needs of child victims. Our building is designed to create a feeling of security, safety, and privacy. In addition, our process for talking with victims utilizes research based method which minimizes the secondary trauma that a victim experiences when asked to repeat the details of a crime.

In addition, the non-offending parent is also provided resources, crisis intervention, and support from Heartford House staff. Resources provided include referrals for therapy or basic needs of the family. For families in need of therapy services but no funds to pay, our advocate works to find options that will fit the family need including paying for therapy if no other opportunities are available. This support is provide during interview and through completion of each case. Team meetings are held with each county to ensure each child seen is getting their needs met.

Since the first interview was completed in April 2000, over 9000 children have been interviewed at Heartford House. In 2019, we provided 770 forensic interviews and had over 1,190 touchpoints with caregivers of these children.

In addition to forensic interviews and victim advocacy, Heartford House provides community education to help identify and provide services to victims of child abuse. Over 1,300 people participated in an outreach activity provided by Heartford House Child Advocacy Center in 2019.

Arts & Sciences

Do you have a class you'd like to teach? Just fill out THIS FORM. We'd love to have you!

8:00 am
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11:00 am
12:00 pm
1:00 pm
2:00 pm
3:00 pm
4:00 pm

Class Descriptions




Lunch will be served from 11:30am to 1:30pm in the A-Frame. The cost will be $5.00 per adult, $2.00 per child, and a max family cap at $20.00.


  • Chicken Soup
  • Vegetarian Lentil Soup
  • Sliced Ham
  • Hot Dogs
  • Sausages
  • Bread and Buns
  • Cheese
  • Pretzels
  • Chips
  • Boiled Eggs
  • Veggies
  • Fruit
  • Lemonade
  • Iced Tea



If there are any special dietary needs, food allergies or other concerns, please contact the Feast-o-crat Lady Zilia degli Giudici before the day of the event.

We strongly recommend pre-registering for feast to insure your place.

Please remember to sign up for feast seating at troll.


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