Kingdom Arms by Robin of Thornwood Calligraphy by Robin of Thornwood Populous Badge by Robin of Thornwood

Twenty-second Year

Cynagua Winter Investiture

January 30, 1988 (AS XXII)

From The Page (December, 1987):

Please make note that the site for the Cynagua Winter Investiture, January 30, 1988, has been changed due to the Lodi site being condemned. The new site is the Polish-American Community Hall (formerly the Old Roseville Community Center), (address omitted), Roseville, just east of Sacramento.

The hall is very spacious with separate court and feasting chambers. Parking is limited to street side, please carpool if possible. The hall has poor handicapped accessibility, special accomodations gladly arranged.

Site fee is $3. Site will open at 9:30am, First Court is tentatively scheduled for 11am in the upper chamber. If you have banners to display, please bring them early. Following Last Court, feasting will commence in the lower chamber. Site is "discreetly" wet. Adequate warming facilities are available. There will be a potluck feast for those wishing to partake. (Suggested guideline: omitted.) Upper chamber will feature various entertainers - belly dancers and period musicians. (Additional entertainers welcome, please call Gleda.) The populace is welcome to dance in the evening following Final Court.

Merchants please contact autocrats prior to event. Motel and restaurant lists available upon request. Map and more info in next issue of The Page.

Autocrats; Daulf Oswin and Ilianna (contact info omitted) and Gled Eriksdottir (contact info omitted).

From The Page (January, 1988):

Please make note that the site for the Cynagua Winter Investiture, January 30, 1988, has been changed due to the Lodi site being condemned. The new site is the Polish-American Community Hall (formerly the Old Roseville Community Center), (address omitted), Roseville, just east of Sacramento.

The hall is very spacious with separate court and feasting chambers. Parking is limited to street side, please carpool if possible. The hall has poor handicapped accessibility, special accomodations gladly arranged.

Site fee is $3. Site will open at 9:30am, First Court is tentatively scheduled for 11am in the upper chamber. If you have banners to display, please bring them early. Following Last Court, feasting will commence in the lower chamber. Site is "discreetly" wet. Adequate warming facilities are available. There will be a potluck feast for those wishing to partake. (Suggested guideline: omitted.) Upper chamber will feature various entertainers - belly dancers and period musicians. (Additional entertainers welcome, please call Gleda.) The populace is welcome to dance in the evening following Final Court.

Advanced registration is not required, but a pre-paid area will be set up in the front of the hall guaranteeing you good seeting. If you wish to preregister, please send teh site fee times the number of registrations you wish to either of the autocrat addresses below. Include a SASE if you wish confirmation or we will have a list at the door. Merchants please contact autocrats prior to event. Motel and restaurant lists available upon request. Map and more info in next issue of The Page.

Autocrats; Daulf Oswin and Ilianna (contact info omitted) and Gled Eriksdottir (contact info omitted).


Christian du Glaive
Sable, three lions rampant to
sinister, on a chief argent,
three crosses bottony sable.
     
Susan of Coldwell
Or, a roundel barry wavy argent
and sable within a bordure wavy vert.
Arms by Khevron Oktavii Tikhikovich Vorotnikov


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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