img5187Rowany Festival takes the hard work of many people to run successfully. Each year, Stewards step up to take on the challenge. They are ably assisted by others who manage specific facets of the organisation on behalf of the Stewards.

If you’re wondering what you can do to help out, have a look at this site as they have listed all the positions that need help still

Contacts for Rowany Festival 2016

Duty Name Contact
Steward Skarp-Heðin (Deyel Dalziel-Charlier)
Deputies Collette de Harcourt

Alfar of Attica

Land (and Water) Ant of Saint Cloud
Bookings Elizabeth de Foxle
Chirurgeon Clara Bone-Aventure
Gate Keeper Lyssa Llewensdottir
Constable Alfar of Attica
Merchant Co-ordinator Marozia moglie di Basilio Bracciolini
Herald Blodeuwedd y Gath
Lists eleanora
Heavy Marshal Bain of Stornoway
Rapier Marshal Gomez de Crecy
Equestrian Marshal Emelye Ryder  n.r.szabo[[at]]
Schola Co-ordinator Wendy of Dismal Fogs
Archery Angele Marie de Savigny
Arts and Sciences Gudrun Bodvarsdottir
On-site Storage Alfar of Attica
Shuttle-runs from Mittagong station Padraig Lowther patrick dot neumann at {don’t let the spambots eat me!] sydney dot edu dot au

Need Further Help?

If you believe there is something the Stewarding Team cannot resolve for you, or if you wish to make a complaint, please email the Seneschal for the Barony of Rowany. You can also use this form to send the email for you.

Volunteering At Festival

Before the event, you can volunteer to help out with one or many responsibilities
a) on the booking form
b) by emailing the relevant Officer above directly
c) online – Gate, Heralds, Constabulary, TAMs and the Greesispoone Kitchen HERE

At the event, you can volunteer at the Officers’ Pavilion with a noticeboard, where you will be able to contact representatives of the Festival Officers. The Chirurgeonate/First Aid will be in a separate tent also located on the list field. If you would like to help out in any way, or learn more about the offices that keep Festival running, you can volunteer your services to any of the officers, or to the Stewards. No experience is necessary, and all offers of help are greatly appreciated.

Volunteers are sought for the following duties:

Gatekeeper:  The Gatekeepers are the first people you meet on arrival. Please be patient and be ready to listen to them as they help you to register.

Constable:  You will meet the Constabulary touring the campground enforcing the rules, especially the Fire Rules. They will also be randomly asking to see your site token so make sure you carry it at all times. This office needs a lot of help; people to walk the site and to do some late night security. Constables wear blue tabards with a yellow mace.

Chirurgeon / First Aid:  St John Ambulance Australia will be assisting again this year with our First Aid. You are encouraged to look after the First Aid of the people in your own campsite first. If you find you need greater assistance, go to the pavilion on the village green. The area inside the pavilion, by its nature, will be a mundane area. Away from there every effort will be made to avoid mundanity, however understanding and consideration is required from all as the St John volunteers treat the ailments of the populace.

SCA Chirurgeons will be sharing the load of the First Aid chores, and they need as much help as possible. Anyone with a First Aid certificate or better is entreated to offer some help to the Chirurgeons for this Festival.

Marshals:  The Marshalate, including Rapier and Light Infantry, are in charge of ensuring the safety of the people participating in and watching our martial arts. The populace must listen to instructions from marshals for their own safety. A call of “HOLD!” is an instruction to freeze, as someone may be in danger. Heavy marshals wear a black tabard with crossed yellow swords, rapier marshals wear a black tabard with crossed yellow rapier, and archery marshals wear a white tabard with 3 yellow arrow heads on red.

Lists:  Lists officers record participation and results of tournaments.  Combatants must see the list officer to register for tourneys. Don’t forget; you must have your fighter authorisation card with you.

Note Well: Do NOT stand in front of the Lists table when they are recording a tournament!

Herald: The Herald in charge is responsible for Festival announcements and heraldry at the tournaments. If you have an announcement that everyone needs to hear please record it at the officers pavilion at least 20 minutes before each scheduled call time. The heralds will need volunteers for daily announcements and for tournaments.

The festival herald is NOT responsible for Royal court business. If you have business for court please see their majesties chamberlain.

Arts & Sciences:  If you would like to volunteer to teach a class, or there is a topic on which you would like to see a class, please contact the Arts and Sciences co-ordinator.