From The Page (October, 1985):
On Saturday, October 19 the populace of Cynagua invites one and all to join them in the delights of autumn at the Harvest Feast.
The location is Gibson RanchHouse in Gibson Ranch Park. The park charges $2 per car for parking, so please share the ride.
The theme of the event is 15-16 century Germany. Princess Ceridwen has requested that the populace be encouraged to exhibit their skills in the bardic arts. With good weather, we may have use of the lawn area adjacent to the hall for outdoor games before dinner. Her Highness is also sponsoring a garb competition for best use of puff and slash. Please bring banners to decorate the hall. Enclosed lanterns are permitted in the hall.
The schedule is as follows: site opens 2 p.m.; hall opens 5:30 p.m.; dinner 7 p.m.; brief court of Colin and Ceridwen 9 p.m.; dancing and revelry 9:30; clean up 11 p.m.; hall closes midnight.
Servers and entertainers are still being sought. Please negotiate with the autocrat. The hall is part of a county park. The park boards horses and has poultry exhibited. Do not feed or annoy the animals. This park is also quite large, it has a running creek, steep slopes and open ditches. Do not allow your children to roam unattended or you could be asked to leave.
The autocrat is Gwendwyn the Silent (contact info omitted). Reservations are available from the autocrat or her representatives. They will be $8.50 and on sale until October 7. There will be no reservations sold at the door.
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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