A Once-in-a-Lifetime Event - August 31 - September 2, 2018

Join us at this special weekend encampment in a beautiful rustic atmosphere as we celebrate Cynnabar's 40 years with competitive prize tournaments, an elegant ball, delicious food, and all the pageantry we're known for.

  • Friday evening soiree with finger food, drinks, gambling, and a torchlight tournament
  • Saturday complementary camper's breakfast tavern, archery, thrown weapons, rapier, armored, Arts & Sciences Craftsperson Village, lunch tavern, baronial court, complementary feast, evening ball, and party
  • Sunday complementary camper's breakfast tavern, regional armored and rapier practices, archery woods walk, and lunch tavern
  • Please let us know that we should expect you! Fill out the pre-registration form by August 15 and receive a $5 discount at the gate for each person you register.

Event Schedule

We are pleased to share our tentative event schedule so you can see the fun we have planned, but note that all events are subject to change.

Prize Tournaments

To be announced. Highlights include prize tournaments and an archery woods walk. The magnificent prizes for the tournaments will be displayed here when available.

Delicious Food

Your site fee gives you access to delicious foods at this weekend-long event! All participants are welcome to enjoy the food and beverages provided at both evening parties — as well as our Saturday night feast! Those guests spending the night will also have access to a breakfast held at the main lodge both mornings. Lunch taverns will be made available both days at an additional charge. Please review this link to see our full menus, and costs where appropriate, for each day. Questions about menus and ingredients should be directed to Baroness Hannah ( dawnlsinclair@gmail.com).

Event Site

Cedar Lake Outdoor Center
Waterloo Recreation Area
2500 Pierce Road
Chelsea, MI 48118
http://www.mucccamp.org

The Cedar Lake Outdoor Center is a beautiful, quiet site that feels far away from the modern world. It’s easy to find: If you're on I-94, take exit 157 and drive north for about 3 minutes. The entrance to the campsite will be on your left.

In addition to tent camping, this site also has eight cabins available for guests. Cabins have electricity and mattresses, and flush toilets are located near each set of cabins. There are showers near the main dining hall. A complementary camper's breakfast tavern will be served for all overnight guests in the main lodge from 8:00 am to 9:30 am.

This site is pet friendly. (Pets must be leashed.) Responsible alcohol consumption is allowed. Fires are permitted in designated fire pits only.

Cabin beds are $10 each, and camping in tents is free!

Cabin Reservations

Three sets of cabins are available.
• Area A: Convenient to Gate (30 beds)
• Area B: Family Cabins (36 beds)
• Area C: Quiet Area (40 beds)

Each cabin bed is $10 for the weekend (Friday and Saturday nights). If you reserve an entire cabin (8-20 beds depending on cabin size), you will receive a 20% discount on your cabin bed reservation.

Cabin space is limited. Please reserve your cabin bed (or beds!) soon. You must prepay for your cabin space to secure your reservation. The forms close on August 15.

Gate Registration

Guests who pre-register receive a $5 discount per attendee. The registration forms close on August 15.

1 Adult Registration (18+), Friday-Sunday: $35
     With member discount: $30
1 Adult Registration (18+), Saturday only: $30
    With member discount: $25
Children (17 and under) are free ($0).

Site registration for Saturday includes feast and party food on Saturday evening. Site registration for the entire weekend includes all this, plus party food on Friday and breakfasts on Saturday and Sunday!

Please let us know that we should expect you! Guests who pre-register receive a $5 discount per attendee. The forms close on August 15.

Newcomers

Whether you're a newcomer to the Society for Creative Anachronism or are just curious about who we are and what we do, we invite you to join us at Ruby Jubilee! This is a wonderful opportunity to meet us and get a taste for what the SCA has to offer: fighting, dancing, arts and crafts, food, and more!

Here are some things you should plan to bring to the event:

  • All the toiletries and medications you would normally bring with you on an overnight trip
  • If you’re staying in a cabin: Pillow and sleeping bag or blankets
  • If you’re staying in your own tent: Your tent, plus bedding and anything you want to make it more comfortable
  • A cup or mug, a plate or bowl, and silverware (napkins and a plastic bag for dirty dishes can also be nice to have)
  • Cash money for the entry fee and lunch taverns
  • Your best attempt at medieval or Renaissance clothing (it doesn’t have to be perfect!)
  • Equipment for any activities you want to do (we have some loaner gear, too)
If you have any dietary restrictions, please review the menus before you come. Cooks can often be flexible if you let them know ahead of time what your needs are (the earlier, the better!). They can also answer questions about individual dishes if needed.

If you do not have any medieval or Renaissance clothing to wear, we have clothes to lend! Just send an email to the event steward, Baroness Kasha Alekseeva, at rubyjubileestaff@gmail.com by August 24.

Youth

We are really excited about having youth at our event and want to make it as easy as possible for you and your family to attend and have a good time! That’s why this event has no site fee for anyone 17 and under.

Please see our youth attendance policy for information about what you need to do if you are bringing a minor to the event.

If you or your children have any dietary restrictions, please review the menus before you come. Cooks can often be flexible if you let them know ahead of time what your needs are (the earlier, the better!). They can also answer questions about individual dishes if needed.

Although we are offering a handful of activities that are aimed mostly at kids, our goal is to have as many activities as possible where kids and adults can interact and work together. Click here for a (partial) list of activities that youth can participate in at Ruby Jubilee.

If you have any questions, or if you’d like to let us know what we can do to make this event go more smoothly for you and your family, please contact THL Ceara inghean Mhuirgheasa, our Youth Activities coordinator, at rubyjubileestaff@gmail.com.

Craftsperson Village

Saturday’s Craftsperson Village will include hands-on arts and sciences activities of many kinds, including bead-making, woodworking with a lathe, a medieval-style “doctor” consultation, and more! We are still looking for participants and would love to have you! If you’re interested in displaying or teaching about your area of interest, please sign up here.

Merchants

If you are a merchant and would like to set up a booth at Ruby Jubilee, please contact our Merchant Coordinator, Baron Tairdelbach ua Conaill, at tairdelbach@gmail.com.

Event Staff

Baroness Kasha Alekseeva

Event Steward

Baron Ermenrich von Duisburg

Deputy Event Steward

Forester Godhit of Cynnabar

Onsite Event Steward & Historian

Forester Aeffe Torsdottir

Arts & Sciences Activities

Meisterinne Genoveva von Lübeck

Communications

Mistress Jadwiga Krzyzanowska

Finances

Baroness Hannah Schreiber

Food & Drink

Lady Daeg ingen Aeda, called Daye

Hospitality

Sir Midair MacCormaic

Martial Activities

Lord Malachy von Ulm

Site

Bantiarna Ceara inghean Mhuirgheasa

Youth

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