From The Page (October, 1985):
The A.S. XX session of Collegium Nebulorum will take place at DeAnza College in Cupertino. (Directions omitted)
Directions to the revel Saturday night, which will include the $1 all-you-can-eat soup kitchen, will be included in the catalogue available at the event, or you can get them from the Principality Seneschal.
There will be a $2 registration fee, which will cover both days. For additional information, or to arrange crash space, contact the Chancellor, Sebastian von Baden at (phone). Leave your phone number so he can get back to you.
This year's collegium has a schedule of classes that has something to offer everyone. Many popular classes from years past will be offered, as well as a number of new and different subjects. Here is a partial list of the classes being offered, and which day they will be on: Saturday; "So you want to be a fighter" (Fighting for non-fighters), marshalling, combat archery equipment, eastern chivalry (traditions of the Orient), beginning and period knitting, goldwork embroidery, how to photograph the S.C.A., dancing and social intercourse, introduction to medieval English cookery, survey of period foods, medieval board games, brewing (and tasting), illuminated initials, easy interlace; Sunday; sword technique (by Paul of Bellatrix), belly dancing (beginning through advanced), a slide and video program, Elizabethan undergaments and garb, how to live in multiple realities, growing up in the S.C.A., sea lore (a class done in period style), "One the evils of dance ..." (a debate done in period style); Both Days; the burden of the Crown and a full schedule of classes by the College of Heralds.
This is only a partial list, and is subject to change (but we hope it won't). The complete list of classes, and when they will be taught, will be on display at Fall Coronet and October Crown, or you may contact the Vice Chancellor of Academics, Hagar the Black (contact info omitted).
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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