From The Page (October, 1989):
On November 3-5, the Shire of Canale will host Cynagua Coronet at Camp McConnel in Livingston. The site opens at 12 noon on Friday, November 3, and closes on Sunday the 5th. Site fee is $4.00. Merchants are welcome with no additional fee. The site has plenty of shade trees, flush privies, and hot showers. Fires are allowed in the existing fire pits. Wood gathering is allowed, but no cutting, please. There is a river close by so keep an eye on your children. There are water faucets available throughout the site, however, we have been asked NOT to wash dishes at them. The site is "dry". On site parking is extremely limited so PLEASE carpool if possible. There is plenty of access for loading and unloading. Due to the proximity of the river, mosquitoes may be a nuisance. The site will be sprayed prior to the event, but you might want to bring along some repellant for added comfort. In addition to the Coronet list on Saturday, there will be an unbelted prize list on Sunday. On Saturday night the Shire of Canale will host a potluck least and masque revel. There will be prizes for the best masques in various categories. Admission is a dish and a dollar. Science competitions will be held for handmade musical instruments and eating utensils. The arts competitions will be: original poem or song (to be performed) honoring Cynaguan Princes or Princesses, period confection, banners and regional arts and sciences trophy design. Also, Countess Iseult will hold a class on documentation. Anyone interested in entering competitions should take this class.
The autocrat for the event is Tibertius di Scarpa (name/address). Please leave phone messages with Lorenzo di Nebbia Argentea (name/phone). The co-autocrat is Katelyne Devereaux Simpson (name/contact info).
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