Daggers and Hemlock XIII (2022)

October 14-16, 2022
1424 Jackson Ave Suite A, Chipley, Florida 32428
5 pm Friday – 12 pm Sunday


Lady Rose Rennel (850)373-6435

ThLady Juliana verch Hoell
(850)865-1904 (text preferred)



THL Deedee Turner
(850) 957-4645


Baroness Brighde MacGregorore(Mary Pursley)
2908 Douglass Ave
Crestview, FL 32539


Please no phone calls to the event staff after 9 pm Central Time.

Event Pricing


Member: $25
Non-Member: $30
Children 17 and under: Free

Feast: $10 per person


Member: $15
Non-member: $20
Children 17 and under: Free

Feast $10 per person

Site Map

Heavy Fighting

Heavy Fighting Schedule

9:00   AM      Armor Inspection & Authorizations

10:00 AM      Heavy Tourney – Combatants may select any weapon style. Best out of three.

12:00 PM       Lunch

1:00   PM       9 Ft Spear Tourney – Combatants will fight over a barrier.  Best out of three.

3:00   PM       Bridesmaid Tourney – Combatants may select any weapon style. Best of three. In the event that there are not enough participants that qualify, a Dagger and Bucker Tournament will be substituted.

*** Pick ups and Melee are encouraged after the Bridesmaid Tourney. ***

Rapier Fighting

Friday Night

6 pm Tavern brawl


9:00 AM. Armor inspection

10:00 AM. Cloak and dagger Tournament

12:00 pm Lunch

1:00 PM Hemlock Tournament

A&S Classes and Faire

A&S Faire Schedule: Entry set up from 8 am to 9:30 am.

9:30 am to 2:30 pm – Judging. Beads will be available for your vote.

2:30 pm to 3 pm – Beads will be gathered for the counts. There will be a Populace, Laurel & OvO, and Children’s vote.

Displays will need to be picked up between 3 – 4 pm.

For those that do not wish to participate in the judging, there will be a “display only” section.

We welcome everyone to come and enjoy the labors of our Artisans.

Winners will be announced at Court.


Youth Activities

Looks like we will be having a full day. Youth activities will be in several sessions the first will be 8 to 11 am with a break. If the weather permits water sports from 1 to 4 and after the feast, 8 to 9 a movie night.

And yes, the adults may join in the fun for the water sports and then the movie after the feast. Cause adults are just little kids that grew up

8-9am A&S shield painting

9-11am Crafts/games

11am-1pm Lunch break

1pm-4pm water sports (weather permitting)

Pick up 4:00pm-4:15pm

**If you planning on your child participating in water sports, please bring clothes for them to get wet in!!** 


Are you a merchant and wish to set up? Please contact the autocrats. As always, you are more than welcome. There is never any additional charge for showing up.

Please stay tuned for the list of merchants that have decided to grace us with their wares.

Trading/Swap Table

Crafter Swap Meet: Bring your scraps, spools, and skeins to swap!

We all have bits and bobs we’ve never used–extra fabric, thread, beads, dyes, yarn, etc.–taking up precious space in our stashes!

The goal of this swap meet is to bring crafters together to share and trade. So please bring yours and see if you can trade for something you will use and love!

We will also have a Donations Basket if you’re looking to share the love but don’t need anything yourself.

All trades will be entirely up to the individuals making the trade.

Fund Raiser Lunch
(proceeds will go to the Order of the Rose)

Potato and Leek Soup with Sourdough Rolls (homemade)


1st remove- Homemade crackers with grapes and cheeses

2nd remove-Roast chicken, vegan meatloaf, spinach and bacon porray, warm barley, and herb salad. Bread and butter

3rd remove-Dates stuffed with cream cheese, Viking honey nut cake

Subject to change

Feast is limited to 60 persons

*** Site is Discreetly Wet. Please make sure that nothing is in the original containers. ***



Camping is outdoors this year. With plenty of trees, there is plenty of space to spread out to relax. For those not so inclined, listed below are some of the hotels/motels within minutes of the site, near the interest.

For those that like to camp but need power for medical devices such as CPAP machines there are some areas available, but please get with the autocrat to make arrangements if needed.

***** WARNING *****. We are working on showers but, currently there are none available for use. We are looking at using popups with walls with portable showers and possibly wet wipes….

Hafla (Open Drum Circle)



Per the site manager: The Rv’s would need to come equipped with adaptors in order to use the outlets that are currently there.


  • University of Florida/IFAS Extension Washington County
  • Take best route to I-10 FL Exit 120. exit onto highway 77 head north to highway 90 turn left. Destination on the right after the next light.
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