From The Page (May, 1978):
AN TIR CORONETTING FESTIVAL -- May 13
The An Tir Coronetting Festival will be in the Barony of Three Mountains, May 13. It will be in the First Congregational Church, <address omitted>, in Portland, Ore.
First Court is to begin at 4 p.m., with a second Court following immediately. Food will be served at approximately 6:30.
No alchol is allowed in the church, so the Barony will provide spiced apple cider and fruit juice to drink and Cornish game hen halves to eat. To cover the costs of all this, everyone past the age of 12 will be charged $1.50 at the door.
Autocrat/Contact: Baron Dietrich.
From the History (by Wilhelm):
Held at the First Congregational Church, Portland, OR. A Curia Regis was held. King Gregory and Queen Bevin attended.
Paly of six Or and sable,
a fess counterchanged.
Janeltis Karaine, Starfollower
Azure, a beardless winged unicorn
salient to sinister argent, wings
elevated and addorsed Or, between
in chief three mullets of eight
points and in base two of the same
in bend sinister Or.
“I believe this is the event that I attended alone, Gregory being otherwise committed. I'd been given authority to create Laurels and Pelicans at the recommendation of the Laurels and Pelicans of An Tir (which I did, at least one of each) and to knight any fighter strongly recommended by the chivalry of An Tir (which they didn't, at that time). It was a fine event!” – Bevin Fraser or Sterling
Description of this event,
© Copyright 1980 by William R. Keyes (Wilhelm von Schlüssel)
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