From The Page (April, 1982):
The Shire of Todenwald invites one and all to come celebrate the return of Spring and the growth of future deadwood (that is why you plant trees on Arbor Day isn't it?). There will be activities for teh martial of spirit as well as for those of a more gentle inclination.
The days events will include:
And that's just at the Tourney! There is also going to be a revel that evening,
after a short dinner break. The Shire will have a thick soup with bread and cheese
for sale to those who don't wish to go to one of the many restaurants in the area.
The revel will be at the hall on the site and a small donation may be requested
to help cover the rental fee. For those who aren't too exhausted from the days events
so far, there will be a Best Wooden Shoe Dance contest, regular dancing, a chess tourney
(find out why the Church banned chess as a form of gambling), a story telling contest
with the subject to be the Sacred Stump and such earth shaking questions as:
Why is it sacred? Where is the rest of the Tree? Just what can this thing do for, to,
or with anything?
Yes! all this in one day, don't miss the event of the year (or at least of the week)! Be There! Where is there you ask? Well just read on and find all the gory details.
(directions and schedule omitted)
For more information call the Autocrat, Sir Thomas the Incomplete at (phone).
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