The Barony of Northkeep
would like to invite one and all to:

The Fellowship of Castellan

May 20th, 2022 to May 22nd, 2022
Will Rogers Scout Reservation

362369 East Highway 64-Cleveland, Ok 74020

Please join us for a weekend of fellowship, food, and fun as we live our Dream (with a Tolkien twist) and choose our newest heroes and Castellan Champion!!

Event Stewards
Emmelina de Meadelande
(MKA Brena Meadows)

Yzabeau Brossier
(MKA Amanda Hall)

Event Email:

Pre-registration is now closed.

Adult Member Discount Registration $15
Adult Registration: $20
Child (6-17) $5
Children 5 and under: Free
Family Max: $60
Family Member Max: $45
Feast Registration: $10

Make checks payable to SCA Inc/Northkeep

Directions to Site:

Located 4.5 miles West of Cleveland, OK on Hwy 64

  • From Tulsa and Points East: Take US-412 toward Stillwater. Take the Cleveland Exit (Hwy 64 & 48). Follow 64 into Cleveland. Turn Left at the first in-town stoplight. After 4.5 miles, Will Rogers Boy Scout Camp will be on the right.
  • From Oklahoma City: Take I-44 toward Tulsa, take Stroud Exit (Hwy 99). Go North to Hwy 64 and turn right (East). In 1.6 miles, Will Rogers Boy Scout Camp will be on the left.
  • From Points West: From I-35, take the Cimmaron Tpke/US-412 East toward Tulsa. Take Exit 48 (Hallett), then take Hwy 99 North. Take Hwy 64 East. Will Rogers Boy Scout Camp will be on the left in 1.5 miles.

This amazing map, created by His Excellency Ian Dun Gillan, can also be downloaded to your mobile device or computer by clicking this link.

  • The site is wet in period containers only. Underage drinking will not be tolerated! IDs will be checked and wristbands handed out prior to the entrance at the fort party.
  • Minors must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. They may also attend with a 21-year-old or older adult with a signed and notarized Minor Event Waiver from the parents. There will be NO notary on site.
  • Children under the age of 12 must always be in eyesight and yelling range of guardians.
  • Merchants with valid Oklahoma State Tax ID are allowed.
  • Leashed pets allowed on site, but no pets at Gate. and be sure to clean up after your pets.
  • All fires must be in a fire pit.
  • Make sure to deposit all cigarette butts in provided cans.
  • Your car must go from Here and Back Again to the parking lot.

Handicap Accessibility

  • Castellan will have handicap parking near all the event action, as well as handicap accessible portajohns.
  • Much of the site is accessible with no steep hills, almost no stairs, and sidewalks through the front area. 
  • There are electric outlets available for camping with a CPAP.

Please contact the autocrats at with any special needs/questions.

Part of the event that we enjoy so much is our feasts. It gives us a chance to rejoice in camaraderie with those we have spent the day battling alongside enjoying great food and drink. This year’s feast will leave you feeling all of that and more as we sit together and enjoy the bountiful food that has been prepared.

1st Remove

A charcuterie board with a soft and delicious spinach quiche filled with boiled egg, cheese variety, fresh fruit, and ham slices.

2nd Remove

Our second remove comes with a rich, creamy, Roasted Acorn Squash Soup, complete with a side of bread, and a delicious spread of honey butter.

3rd Remove

Enjoy some marinated steak slices with oven-roasted red potatoes.

4th Remove

Leave room for this appetizing rolled chicken divan with a creamy, crunchy, delicious side of apple cranberry coleslaw.

5th Remove

Finally, we have the part that everyone enjoys so much, dessert. Your choice of mixed berry or apple mini pie with a topping of whipped cream.

5:00 PM

  • Site Opens

7:00 AM

  • Breakfast Tavern Opens

9:00 AM

  • Morning Court

9:30 AM

  • Armor Inspection Begins
  • Silent Auction Begins

Archer Championship Begins

10:00 AM

Drighton Tourney Begins

  • Children’s Activities Begins

11:00 AM

  • Elevenses Tavern Opens
  • A&S Judging Begins
  • Archer Championship Ends

Bardic Championship Begins

11:30 AM

  • Ulrich von Büdingen Memorial Wine Shoot

12:00 PM

  • IKCAC Shoot
  • Children’s Activities Break

1:00 PM

  • Gate Close
  • Rapier Armor Inspection Begins

Marksmanship Tourney Begins

1:30 PM

  • Children’s Activities Begins

Provost Tourney Begins

2:00 PM

  • A&S Meet & Greet

2:30 PM

  • Marksmanship Tourney Ends

3:00 PM

  • Afternoon Tea Begins
  • Final Round Bardic Championship Begins

3:30 PM

  • Silent Auction Ends; Pick Up Items
  • Children’s Court

4:00 PM

  • Silent Auction Ends; Pick Up Items
  • Bardic Final Round Performance

6:00 PM

  • Feast Begins
  • Court Follows Feast
    • at His Highness’s Leisure

2:00 PM

  • Site Closes

This year, the Ministry of Children has many fun activities available for our little ones. The following schedule shows the activities we have planned.

10:00 AM to 11:00 AM

  • Smaug’s Treasure horde
    • Come learn to make jewelry from clay (ring, medallion, or bracelet cuff) Some period examples of jewelry will be provided for inspiration.

11:00 AM to 12:00 PM

  • A Mearas Ride
    • We search for the rings of Legend! (Bring a hobby horse or any animal-head-on-a-stick if you have one! I will have limited extras to ride!)

12:00 PM to 1:30 PM

Break For Lunch

1:30 PM to 2:30 PM

  • Prowess Games of Skill
    • Come learn how to play (& the history of) the Game of Graces, Rings, basket toss, Roman Lawn Darts & more!

2:30 PM to 3:00 PM

  • Childrens & Youth Bardic

3:00 PM to 3:30 PM

  • Hobbit Tea
    • There will be bite sized sweet breads & tea for our young Hobbits!
      • Carrot Cake
      • Twice Baked Honey Cakes
      • Short Bread
      • Ginger bread

    Tea will be mundane options. red diamond sweet, Sugar free, & un-sweet. (Possibly some steeping teas as well, if I can swing a way to heat h2O!)

    Sweets will be marked with ingredients. There will be Gluten-free & Sugar-free options. (Sugar will be replaced with either Splenda or stevia, as marked.

Please pick your children up promptly at Lunch Break (12 noon) & end of Activities (3:30 PM)
Children’s Court will be held immediately after Tea- please come!

We have some cool amenities available for our teens this year at our Teen Pavilion.

Our Teen Pavilion will include:
  • A charging station for your devices
  • snacks available
  • and various medieval table games to unwind with.
Stop by and see what we have available!

Also, This year’s Teen Castellan Championship will have 3 sections: Arts & Sciences, Prowess, and Bardic.

Arts & Sciences
You will need to bring something you have made. No documentation required.

We will be having a Bocce Ball Tournament! Rules will be explained, No Experience Necessary.

You will need to prepare a song, poem, story, or riddle. Extra credit for SCA-related pieces and keep it PG please!

The Castellan heavy tournament will be the traditional meatgrinder with a Tolkien Twist.

Bring your best to be Northkeep’s next chivalric champion!

This year’s rapier tournament will be a tournament of three challenges.

The First Challenge

  • The first challenge will be the Battle for the Ring, wherein the players will be assigned to teams to get the ring to their end of the field.
  • Each member of the winning team will receive 1 point.

The Second Challenge

  • The second challenge will be Combat Elevenses.
  • This will be a meatgrinder where combatants will be armed with a frying pan of “food” in one hand and a rapier combat weapon in the other. Both arms will be in play!

The Final Challenge

  • The final challenge will be Take the Ring.
  • This will be a meatgrinder with only a dagger while combatants fight to the ring.

Come show off your rapier and frying pan skills while fighting to be Northkeep’s next rapier champion!

Bring your bow and/or crossbow to participate in a ring shoot, a wand shoot, and possibly fight a balrog!

Have fun with flying, stabby things!

More information is coming! Have fun throwing stabby things!

The Castellan Arts and Sciences Competition is a standard style A&S Competition using the Ansteorran Judging Forms. As such, Documentation is recommended.

In the theme of the event, we encourage participants to be creative in their choice of works and consider entering items that in any way remind them or maybe inspired by the “Fellowship of the Ring” theme of the event.

Whether that is practical items (such as traveling garb, wooden craftwork, metalwork, leather goods, hats, dishes, or food) any such things as might have been found on the journey or inspired by motifs thereto. (You may of course make any argument that your favorite A&S entry fits this theme even if it might not seem obvious).

While this is certainly not required, we hope it will inspire artisans and you will have fun!

This year’s Bardic competition will consist of two initial rounds in the morning, wherein finalists will be chosen to take part in the traditional final task, of composing a piece of the topic or theme of Their Excellencies’ choice over a period of one hour, when it will then be performed for Their Excellencies as part of the judging.

For the first two rounds, you may bring any pieces you like, though bonus consideration will be given to anything that touches on the topic or theme of ‘journeys’ (traveling, sailing, raiding, coming of age adventures, instrumentals inspired by the feelings of a journey; anything you feel fits this theme), and Their Excellencies have requested that at least one piece in the early rounds be a Fellowship in some way: audience participation, accompaniment, duet or group performance for example. You may be creative with both criteria!