This is not the public Ursulmas Activity Schedule.
This schedule is detailed for SCA Members, volunteers, merchants, and tournament participants.

All times and events are subject to change. Listen for the Crier during the event.

Doors open to the public at 9 AM each day and close at 6 PM.

The Thrown Weapon and Archery ranges are open to public participation except during tournaments. 

To save time, print and complete the appropriate waiver and bring it to the Gate with you. Adult Waiver / Youth Waiver

Ursulwyck Medieval Village - A Walk Through Living History is open all day both days. 


Site opens at 3:00 pm for all populace to sign in and set up space in the sleeping hall.
This will help us minimize the backup at Gate Saturday morning.

The actual event does not begin until 9 AM Saturday. The site is not open to the public on Friday.

Time Activity
9:00 AM Setup begins.
Setup volunteers and event staff ONLY.
12:00 PM Gate opens for Merchants.
Merchant booth setup begins.
3:00 PM Gate opens for populace to sign in and set up space in the sleeping hall.


Time Heavy Fighting  Rapier Fighting Archery / Thrown  Youth / Family
10:00 AM  ----- Opening Baronial Court (winners of Friday's volunteer raffle announced) -----
After Court (about 10:15)   Bear Claw Tournament

Sponsored by MOD Andrew Williams, MOD Sebastian de Caen, and Duke Skeggi Nyewcombe
Crested Tournament (Archery)
Sponsored by His Excellency Baron Bryson
11:00 AM
Heavy Tournament
  Thrown Weapons Range Open to the public (9+ years old)  
11:00 AM       YAC Tournament sign in and armor inspection 
11:45 AM   Rapier Open Field Tournament    


  Ursulmas Archery Competition  YAC Tournament
1:00 PM   Cut & Thrust Tournament Open Field 
Sponsored by Feradach
1:30 PM     Archery Novelty Shoot  
2:00 PM   Crested Tournament (Rapier) Double/Triple Elimination depending on number of participants
Sponsored by His Excellency Baron Bryson 
Archery range open to the public  
3:00 PM

Rapier Double Elimination Tournament (Final winner determined by best of 3 bout)  

Youth Armored Combat Workshop - Come Fight! No Experience Required! (ages 6-17)

Best Dressed Bear Contest Judging

5:00 PM ----- Closing Baronial Court (winners of Saturday's volunteer raffle announced) followed by Royal Court ------ 


Time  Heavy Fighting Rapier Fighting  Archery / Thrown  Youth / Family

9:00 AM



Archery Range open to public

Crested Tournament (thrown weapons)
Sponsored by His Excellency Baron Bryson

10:00 AM

Bear Meat Tournament

Sponsored by Sir Mikolaj

  Grumpy Archer Tournament Youth Armored Combat (YAC) Mixed Melee
10:30 AM   Fish Ladder Tournament     
11:00 AM

Baron Bryson Crested Tournament 

  Thrown Weapons Range Open to public (age 9+)  

de Noirville Tournament (Over 40)

Sponsored by HL Gideon Hrafensfuri

Grumpy Old Bear (Rapier) Tournament
Sponsored by Sable Rose
12:30 PM     The Quick and the Dead Corridor Tournament (combat archery) Sponsored by Master Warwick, OGGS  
1:00 PM   Crested Tournament (Cut and Thrust) 
Sponsored by His Excellency Baron Bryson
3:00 PM ----- Closing Baronial Court ----- (winners of Sunday's volunteer raffle will receive their prizes via mail)

A Bear Meat or Bear Claw tournament is open to participants who have not yet won a tournament in that category.
Grumpy tournaments are open to participants aged 40 and over. The Bear Claw fighters shall be divided into two equal pools and continue round robin for all entrants. The top four will then enter into single elimination, and the final two combatants shall be decided in a best of three bout.
An Open Field tournament has two set timed periods (30 minutes each) with a 10 minute break in between.
Note that each fighter is assigned a number and both must report to lists when called ("#1 winner, #13 loser"). Fighters must wait for acknowledgement from lists to leave.
YAC (Youth Armored Combat) events are open to participants under the age of 18.
A novelty tournament has some play or scoring aspect that differs from a typical tournament, such as inverted, hanging, or moving targets, unusual targets such as apples on (foam) heads, speed rounds, or shooting through narrow openings designed to represent castle walls.
A fish ladder tournament runs for 45 minutes and the goal is to reach and score points in the third (top) pool. The participants with the highest four scores then fight in single elimination, with the final 1:1 bout decided by best of three.