Event Main Contact (Event Steward): Kjarten Kraka
Date: August 23 , 2003
Site opens at: 12:00 AM on August 23th 2003
Site closes at: 12:00 AM
Fallen Alders Hall
3395 Royston Rd.
Anniversary Tourney & Tavern
August 23, 2003
You are invited to the
Shire of Cragmere’s anniversary event on August 23, 2003!
Again, the denizens of Cragmere try something a little bit
There is a day tourney for
both heavy and rapier fighters. Willelm Bogamann is
organizing an “elimination dueling tree” archery
In the cool of the evening,
the Tavern opens! The beer, cider and wine is served (and
sold) by our fetching wenches, and a food concession will be
open. Dancing is expected.
Although this is not
considered a camping event, tenting is permitted on the
grounds, and is recommended for those who visit the
Reann is holding a contest
for “Representing Cragmere”. The winning item will become
part of Cragmere’s regalia, and the first prize is
reimbursement of your site fee and a one year’s subscription
to the Cragmere Piper.
Site fees: Adult S.C.A.
members – $10; adult S.C.A. non-members – $14; 12 to 18 years
old – $5; under 12 years old – free. (Cheques payable to
“Shire of Cragmere”)
Site: Fallen Alders
Community Hall, 3395 Royston Road, Courtenay, BC Site hours:
10 a.m. to midnight
Autocrat: Kjartan kraka (MKA Jamie Prowse), ten.dnalsi@nozama_j;
335-1599 (General Delivery, Denman Island, BC V0R 1T0)
MoS: Asa Martel, ten.sulet@letramasa
Contest: Doireann (Reann) inghean Chearbhaill,
Liquor is not to be brought into the tavern. Alcohol must not
leave the tavern. Minors are not permitted to consume
>From the south: Travel up to Courtenay, taking the exit
at Buckley Bay (the Denman/Hornby ferry); at the old highway,
turn left. Drive over the Trent River bridge (and past the
Shell gas station with the lowest prices in the Valley) to
the lights at Royston Road; turn left onto the Royston Road.
Travel about 2 km (approx. two minutes); the hall should be
to your left.
Or go further north to the
Courtenay-Cumberland exit. After turning right (as if
into Courtenay), go 0.8 km and turn right onto Minto
Road. Follow Minto forever (3.6 km, around 4 minutes) to the
stop sign. The hall is kitty-corner to the stop sign.
>From the north: Travel
down to Courtenay; if on the new highway, take the
Courtenay-Cumberland exit and follow the above
If going through town, go
past the Zellers and stay on the old highway. At the set of
lights in Royston, turn right onto Royston Road. Travel about
2 km (maybe two minutes), and the hall should be to your