William Tell XVII

 

Event Summary:

Date: July 26 , 2002 until July, 28 2002
Site opens at: 12:00 AM on July 26th 2002
Site closes at: 12:00 AM on July 28th 2002

Event site:
Amboy Territorial Days Park
21400 NE 399th St Amboy, WA 98601

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William Tell XVII
River’s Bend
Cowlitz and Wahkiakum Counties, WA
July 26-28, 2002

The Shire of River’s Bend invites you to William Tell XVII. Times for all
contests will be in the site handout. The site is the Amboy Territorial
Days Park, 21400 NE 399th St., Amboy, WA. Site opens at 3PM on Friday the
26th and will close at 5PM on Sunday the 28th. As per park rules, quiet
time begins promptly at 10PM. No early arrivals without written permission
of the Autocrat! The site is handicapped friendly – for information on this
call the autocrats.

Contests: Best bardic presentation on a “Chivalry in everyday Medieval
life” theme. Child-Adult Team Archery, and others. We are also planning a
Thrown Weapons Tourney for men and for women, Ther will be a Siege Weapon
Competition for accuracy and distance so bring your weapons. Equestrian
competition will be held on Saturday.Other equestrian activities will
happen on Sunday. Heavies and fencers will be provided a space for
practice. There will be archery going on all weekend for both adults and
children. FOR THE LADIES ONLY: Come enter the 2nd Annual Guillermo da
Sierra Patace Memorial Bocce Ball Tourney. Best Dessert Contest on an
apple theme. There will be a Saturday evening dessert social where the
entries will be judged. The shire is providing ice cream.

Along with the usual Friday night stone soup (your fellow travelers would
greatly appreciate your donations to the soup pot), there will be breakfast
both Saturday and Sunday mornings for a modest fee. The breakfasts are on
a first come, first served basis. No pre-paid. We’re sorry but there will
not be a dinner offered this year. The kitchencrat requests that you bring
your own dishes (plate, bowl, cup and utensils) as none will be available.
If you have any questions (especially regarding allergies) call the
kitchencrat, HL Thyra Fairfax (Kim Davis), (360) 425-8354. E-mail:
thyra_f@netzero.net.

This is a discretely wet site. An Tir and mundane laws will be strictly
enforced. Period containers are a must! Legal drinking age in Washington
is 21.

Site fees: Site fees: Age 16 and up $12.00; 4-15 $7.00; 3 and under free.
There is a maximum fee of $35.00 for a modern family (Parents and children
18 and younger only). Day fees will be half of the full fee except that
there is no maximum amount. “Make checks payable to “SCA Inc. – Shire of
River’s Bend”. As per shire and kingdom policy, those under 18 must be
accompanied by a responsible adult (21 or over). The Kingdom policy on
Minors attending Events will be enforced.(See the William Tell web page for
minor forms.)

Merchants: No merchant fee! Contact one of the Autocrats. This site is
merchant friendly with relatively flat ground and easy unloading and
unloading. We still have room for more merchants !

A grocery store is close while the nearest gas station is about 5 miles away.

Equestrians: Contact HL Togrul Guiscard (Dan Davis, Sr.), (360)425-8354,
email: togrul@netzero.net.

Autocrats: HL Baroness Anderwyn na Sionan (Marty Stredwick), 1204 N.
Pacific Ave., Kelso, WA 98626, (360)425-7425, email: anderwyn@netzero.net;
HL Constancia Tattersall (Sally Kiger), 173 Blue Heron Dr., Longview, WA
98632, (360)425-3649, email: kigers@pacifier.com; HL Togrul Guiscard (Dan
Davis, Sr.), 2933 Hemlock St., Longview, WA 98632, (360)425-8354, email:
togrul@netzero.net.
Please, no calls after 9pm. Calls will be returned collect.

DIRECTIONS : From the North take I-5 to exit 21 (Woodland/Cougar). At the
light turn left, get into right lane, turn right at the second light,
follow signs to Amboy. Go across the bridge and take a left at the “Y”.
Follow Cedar Creek Rd. for approx. 11 miles to NE Munch Rd., turn right. Go
approx. 2 miles to 4 way stop. Turn left onto NE Grantham Rd. Follow this
for 3 miles to the Amboy Territorial Day’s Park . Site is on the left. From
the South on I-5, take exit 21 and turn right at the light, follow above
directions from the “2nd” light. Amboy is approx. 20 miles from I-5. S.C.A.
signs will be posted.(Signs are large white shields with cattails & a
laurel wreath and the letters SCA.)
———————-
Marty Stredwick anderwyn@netzero.net

Greetings Good Gentles all.

Please pardon my cross posting …… and thank-you!!

The Shire of River’s Bend is please to invite one and all to this event. It
is a relatively laid back event enjoyed by all.

I hope to see many of you there.

In service,
Anderwyn

PS. Please note the autocratting team will pretty much not be available
after Wednesday morning (July 24th) before the event so contact us ASAP
with your questions. Thank-you.

Shire webpages for this
event:http://www.geocities.com/antirriversbend/Events/wtxvii
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William Tell XVII
River’s Bend
Cowlitz and Wahkiakum Counties, WA
July 26-28, 2002

The Shire of River’s Bend invites you to William Tell XVII. Times for all
contests will be in the site handout. The site is the Amboy Territorial
Days Park, 21400 NE 399th St., Amboy, WA. Site opens at 3PM on Friday the
26th and will close at 5PM on Sunday the 28th. As per park rules, quiet
time begins promptly at 10PM. No early arrivals without written permission
of the Autocrat! The site is handicapped friendly – for information on this
call the autocrats.

Contests: Best bardic presentation on a “Chivalry in everyday Medieval
life” theme. Child-Adult Team Archery, and others. We are also planning a
Thrown Weapons Tourney for men and for women, Ther will be a Siege Weapon
Competition for accuracy and distance so bring your weapons. Equestrian
competition will be held on Saturday.Other equestrian activities will
happen on Sunday. Heavies and fencers will be provided a space for
practice. There will be archery going on all weekend for both adults and
children. FOR THE LADIES ONLY: Come enter the 2nd Annual Guillermo da
Sierra Patace Memorial Bocce Ball Tourney. Best Dessert Contest on an
apple theme. There will be a Saturday evening dessert social where the
entries will be judged. The shire is providing ice cream.

Along with the usual Friday night stone soup (your fellow travelers would
greatly appreciate your donations to the soup pot), there will be breakfast
both Saturday and Sunday mornings for a modest fee. The breakfasts are on
a first come, first served basis. No pre-paid. We’re sorry but there will
not be a dinner offered this year. The kitchencrat requests that you bring
your own dishes (plate, bowl, cup and utensils) as none will be available.
If you have any questions (especially regarding allergies) call the
kitchencrat, HL Thyra Fairfax (Kim Davis), (360) 425-8354. E-mail:
thyra_f@netzero.net.

This is a discretely wet site. An Tir and mundane laws will be strictly
enforced. Period containers are a must! Legal drinking age in Washington
is 21.

Site fees: Site fees: Age 16 and up $12.00; 4-15 $7.00; 3 and under free.
There is a maximum fee of $35.00 for a modern family (Parents and children
18 and younger only). Day fees will be half of the full fee except that
there is no maximum amount. “Make checks payable to “SCA Inc. – Shire of
River’s Bend”. As per shire and kingdom policy, those under 18 must be
accompanied by a responsible adult (21 or over). The Kingdom policy on
Minors attending Events will be enforced.(See the William Tell web page for
minor forms.)

Merchants: No merchant fee! Contact one of the Autocrats. This site is
merchant friendly with relatively flat ground and easy unloading and
unloading. We still have room for more merchants !

A grocery store is close while the nearest gas station is about 5 miles away.

Equestrians: Contact HL Togrul Guiscard (Dan Davis, Sr.), (360)425-8354,
email: togrul@netzero.net.

Autocrats: HL Baroness Anderwyn na Sionan (Marty Stredwick), 1204 N.
Pacific Ave., Kelso, WA 98626, (360)425-7425, email: anderwyn@netzero.net;
HL Constancia Tattersall (Sally Kiger), 173 Blue Heron Dr., Longview, WA
98632, (360)425-3649, email: kigers@pacifier.com; HL Togrul Guiscard (Dan
Davis, Sr.), 2933 Hemlock St., Longview, WA 98632, (360)425-8354, email:
togrul@netzero.net.
Please, no calls after 9pm. Calls will be returned collect.

DIRECTIONS : From the North take I-5 to exit 21 (Woodland/Cougar). At the
light turn left, get into right lane, turn right at the second light,
follow signs to Amboy. Go across the bridge and take a left at the “Y”.
Follow Cedar Creek Rd. for approx. 11 miles to NE Munch Rd., turn right. Go
approx. 2 miles to 4 way stop. Turn left onto NE Grantham Rd. Follow this
for 3 miles to the Amboy Territorial Day’s Park . Site is on the left. From
the South on I-5, take exit 21 and turn right at the light, follow above
directions from the “2nd” light. Amboy is approx. 20 miles from I-5. S.C.A.
signs will be posted.(Signs are large white shields with cattails & a
laurel wreath and the letters SCA.)
(eb)
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