From The Page (June, 1987):
Cynagua Summer Investiture will this year be celebrated on July 11-12th in a 20+ acre wooded park on the shining shores of beautiful Lake Grimsgard (Lake Tahoe to the mundane world). Come swing your sword in our comfortable alpine climate (chilly at night: bring a cloak)! Stuff your guts at the Rat on a Stick Tavern! Brave the lurking horrors of the primeval forest on our quest for the center of weirdness. Merchants are, of course, welcome.
The site fee is $3 per person and the merchant fee is $10. Sorry, park regulations forbid dogs or other animals. No open fires except the bardic circle; hibachis and bar-b-ques are OK. The site is equipped with flush privies and running water. NO ONE will be allowed on the site before 4:30 pm on Friday, July 10th.
For further info, contact the autocrat: Freydis Tollefsdottir (contact info omitted).
From The Page (July, 1987):
(Page Copy is the same up up to Directions, the following paragraph was added):
Cynagua Sciences Competitions for Investiture shall be Free Standing Eric Poles (Design and/or Prototype), Period Drinking Vessels (Any Medium), and Kinetic Sciences (A 15-minute Demonstration/Presentation of a project in progress). For further information, consult the Cynagua Minister of Sciences, Carl of Sutherland (contact info omitted).
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