From The Page (October, 1980):
The Shire of Windy Meads wishes to welcome you to the Fall Cynagua Coronet on November 1st and 2nd. Set-up begins at 5:30 p.m. on October 31st (anyone arriving before 5:30 will be asked to help with set-up). Since set-up night is All Hallow's Eve, the Autocrats encourage everyone to come prepared to celebrate.
From the Prince and Princess of Cynagua: Parents take heed! The site of the Coronet Tourney - Cache Canyon Park - lies alongside a year round, swiftly running river. There is no barrier to the river. If you feel you will be unable to keep your children in sight at all times, please leave them safely at home. Rolf, Princeps; Yolanda, Principessa.
The schedule of events for the tourney (is omitted).
Fishing (bass & catfish) is allowed at the site, but a license is required. The site has drinking water, and open fires are allowed in designated firepits (please bring your own firewood.) The nearest store is the Corner Store in Guinda and is 12 miles SE of the site on Route 16. This store has gas, groceries, ice and fishing supplies ...
For more details contact the Autocrats: Gwendolyn or Michal at (phone) and Adelaide at (phone).
Description of this event (if any), taken from The Page, or from memory of at least one person who attended the event.
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