From The Page (January, 1985):
It is the pleasure of the Shire of Vakkerfjell to host the INVESTITURE OF ROLF AND LACHLIN as Prince and Princess of Cynagua. Come one and all and join the celebration.
The site is the Veterans Building in Yuba City, and the date is January 26, 1985. The site will beopened at 11am.
All those who wish to do so may send their banners to the Autocrat; every effort will be made to hang all received. They may be taken by the owners at the end of the evening.
This affair will be a pot luck, so please bring enough for yourself and eight others. For a guide of the type of food to bring, the following is offered: A-F desserts; G-K breads; L-S main dishes; T-Z salads or vegetables.
Of course, the above is not binding, but merely a guide to help ensure we don't end up with a table of only bread or dessert. To determine which category you have, use the first letter of your mundane last name.
From those who can give it, we would ask a site donation of $2 to help defray the cost of the site.
For further information, contact the AUTOCRAT: Julienne de Vigne at (contact info omitted).
(1) Something learned in the last year. This can be used to fill in any missing
category for the Arts Championship. MUST BE SOMETHING NEW, not just a variation on something
you can already do, e.g., going from 9th century garb to Tudor is different enough to be ok,
but a different kind of lace is not.
(2) Warm winter garb. Self-explanatory. Remember just how cold and nasty the weather was in Europe!
(3) Eating utensils. Open: metal, wood, etc. Personal items rather than cooking gear.
(4) Songwriting, performed. Period style or filk song. Does NOT have to be performed by the song writer. The song is what is being judged, not the singer.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me, Siobhan ni Seaghdha (contact info omitted).
See photos from this event
Rolf the Relentless
Pean, a compass-star fitchy of
Lachlin ni Colin
(aka Leticia de Scocia)
Argent, a pile throughout embattled
azure and in chief three mullets of
four points counterchanged.
Description of this event (if any) taken from The Page.
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