From The Page (May, 1986):
The Shire of Selveirgard will host Oerthan summer Coronet/Investiture on July 18, 19 and 20.
The site fee is $10 for adults until July 3 and $15 at the gate. Children will be $5 until July 3 and $10 at the gate.
The schedule is as follows: Saturday; 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. breakfast, 11 a.m. armor up, 11:30 a.m. armor inspection, noon opening court, tourney, lunch; 6 p.m. feast; 8:30 p.m. court, bardic; Sunday; breafast, noon closing court.
The site is the autocrat's backyard, Dragon's Lair. The site has water, bathrooms and camping space. The Little Su River runs in back of the camping area.
Please advise the autocrat of any special diet requirements, the number of children you are brining, and the size of your tent before July 3.
The autocrat is Piasa Dragonsaver, (contact info omitted).
From The Page (July, 1986):
Oertha's Summer Coronet/Investiture will be held on July 18, 19 and 20 in Houston, Alaska, the Shire of Selviergard.
Prince Erick would like to encourage all fighters to display their device or badge on their shield or surcote. Also, fighters should bring list shields (a 3 by 4 inch painted shield with a hole near the top).
There will be workshops and demonstrations of calligraphy, dyeing and soapmaking. There will be competitions for Scandinavian fruit deserts; cookies with fruit; something to delight a 12 month old baby; and teach a Selveirgardian to dance.
People flying in from out of town should contact Myrddyn Brandeall (contact info omitted) for transportation and crash space.
When sending in feast reservations, please inform the autocrat of any food allergies. For reservations received before July 3, the fees are $10 for adults and $5 for children; after July 3, $15 adults and $10 for children. Make checks payable to ... Include the size of your tent or motorhome with the site fee.
The site is (address omitted). For more information contact Piasa Dragonsaver (contact info omitted).
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