Event Main Contact (Event Steward): Eglyntine Merryweather
Date: April 6 , 2013
Site opens at: 12:00 AM on April 6th 2013
Site closes at: 12:00 AM
First United Methodist Church
206 Cowlitz Way
Kelso, WA 98626
Hear ye Hear ye! Come one come all to perform, learn or teach
the Bardic arts – Story Telling, Singer of Songs and
Classes will be announced as teachers commit to teach a class.
Competitions will be during the dinner hour with lovely prizes in
each category. Board games and other pass times will be available.
Weather permitting there is space outside for Heavy fighting and
Rapier. Please feel free to jam and or perform during the day.
Gate opens at 9 o’clock of the morning and closes at 10 o’clock of
$5 for age 16 and above, NMS of $5 applies.
Under 16 is free.
There will be lunch of HL Thrya’s wonderful Beef Barley soup, bread
and dessert for $4.
Potluck feast at 6 in the evening. Bring a dish to serve your party
plus 8. Donation by modern last name:
A to L – main dish
M to T – dessert
U to Z – cheeses, etc.
Gold key will be available for those who would like to borrow
clothing items for the event.
1)Due to requests, the Subtlety contest will be reinstated.
Make sure your Subtlety is in the kitchen for formal presentation
in the constes 15 minutes before dinner. (A Subtlety is a an edible
dish in a fanciful shape, like a gingerbread house, or a fish made
2) A shire member has offered to do a “portrait opportunity”
with her magical portrait box. Wear your best and smile pretty!
3) Currently we have teachers for a drumming class and one in hair
braiding. Braiding is tentatively set for 10:00 am. More would be
lovely, and improptu classes are also appreciated.
4) Thank you all for your patience and help. I submitted my
data to the on-line Kingdom Events and it hasn’t shown up.
5) Catapults? Did you say catapults? Maybe, but they have to be
small and cannot be aimed at people unless loaded with
marshmellows. A small target range, indoors, with designated
time for children’s use, will be available. Grown ups must be
able to demonstrate good sharing skills to be allowed to play.
HL Eglentyne Merryweather
Please let me know if you are
willing to teach.