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The Twenty-fourth Year

Coronet Tournament -- Principality of Cynagua

May 26-29, 1989 (AS XXIV)

From The Page (March, 1989):

The Shire of Bryn Y Hebogua (Falcon Bryn) will be hosting Cynagua Coronet on May 26-29 at Feather River College in Quincy, CA. The site will open at 3 pm on Friday, May 26 and will close at 5 pm, May 29. This is a wet site and site fees are $5.00 per person 14 years or older. Hot food will be available on May 27 at the Medieval May Fair at Gansner Park, located approximately 1/2 mile east of the site across Hwy. 70. On May 28, authentic medieval lood will be served by the college student council in the multi-purpose building. Cost will be $7.50 a plate. For reservations, call Meg Shores at (phone) or write Feather River College, c/o (address). Alcohol and pets will be allowed, but pets must be kept on a short leash (8 ft. or less) at all times. Parking along side road and in field.

The autocrat for this event is Frederick of Menthleth (name/contact info omitted). Co-autocrats are Botly Neesham (name/addrses) and Yvon (name) and Katya Sukkurkova (name/contact info).

From The Page (April, 1989):

The Shire of Bryn Y Hebogua (Falcon Bryn) will be hosting Cynagua Coronet on May 26-29 at the Lowen Field Site, at Feather River College in Quincy, CA. The site will open at 3 pm on Friday, May 26 and will close at 5 pm, May 29. This is a wet site and site fees are $5.00 per person 14 years or older. All animals must be kept on a short leash (8 ft. or less) at all times. Hot showers are available on campus, and running water (pump) across the road from camp site. Hot food will be available on May 27 at the Medieval May Fair at Gansner Park, located approximately 1/2 mile east of the site across Hwy. 70. On May 28, authentic medieval food will be served by the college student council in the multi-purpose building. Cost will be $7.50 a plate, children $3.75. For reservations, call Meg Shores at (phone) or write Feather River College, c/o (name/address omitted). Parking along side road and in field. The autocrat for this event Is Frederick of Menthleth (name/contact info). Co-autocrats are Body Neesham (name/address) and Yvon (name) and Katya Sukkurkova (name/contact info).

DIRECTIONS: (omitted)


Dom ot Chem Kolika Koshka (House of the Crippled Cat) does hereby Issue Invitation to all newcomers (in the SCA one year or less), of the Principality of Cynagua to submit unto us at May Coronet a page relating either one's impressions of one's first event, how one heard of the Society, or some memorable happenstance during one's first year. There will be a small token for each participant plus major awards for the best submissions. Humor and somewhat forsooth language will be gready appreciated. For further details, contact Ekaterina IIinichna Sukurokova (name/contact info).


Due to weather and road conditions, the Arts and Sciences competitions scheduled for January Investiture were cancelled. Only the Copper Spoon competition went on as scheduled since the entries were perishable. Those contests were postponed and are now scheduled for May Coronet. They are, again: Fine Arts, scroll/illumination; Performing Arts: mime; Technical Arts, drinks, hopefully served in vessel made for Science competition; Jewelry making, beginning and advanced; and Open, anything new learned this past year. Sciences: Drinking vessels and Medieval gaming equipment. There will also be the arts class in basic leather working by Thomas Cordwainer of Elderwood previously scheduled for Investiture. A competition based on what is learned here will be held at the next Cynagua event. To those of you who came prepared to compete at Investiture, my apologies, and I hope to see you at Coronet. Lorenzo di Nebbia Argentea Cynagua Arts Minister.


The Populace of Silver Desert will be raffling off lunches for two at May Coronet. For tickets, see Albreda the Wolfkeeper (name) or Reinmar the Wolfkeeper (name) at their merchants pavilion at events. Tickets will be four for $1.00

From The Page (May, 1989):

The Shire of Bryn Y Hebogua (Falcon Bryn) will be hosting Cynagua Coronet on May 26-29 at the Lowen Field Site, at Feather River College in Quincy, CA. The site will open at 3 pm on Friday, May 26 and will close at 5 pm, May 29. This is a wet site and site fees are $5.00 per person 14 years or older. All animals must be kept on a short leash (8 ft. or less) at all times. Hot showers are available on campus, and running water (pump) across the road from camp site. Hot food will be available on May 27 at the Medieval May Fair at Gansner Park, located approximately 1/2 mile east of the site across Hwy. 70. On May 28, authentic medieval food will be served by the college student council in the multi-purpose building. Cost will be $7.50 a plate, children $3.75. For reservations, call Meg Shores at (phone/contact info). Parking along side road and in field.

Sunday's schedule will be: lists open at 8 am, armor inspection at 9 am, Invocation at 10 am, and fighting begins after Invocation. There will also be archery activities.

The autocrat for this event is Frederick of Menthleth (name/contact info). Co-autocrats are Botly Neesham (name/contact info) and Ivan (name) and Katya Sukkurkova (name/contact info).

DIRECTIONS: (omitted)


Dom ot Chem Kollka Koshka (House of the Crippled Cat) does hereby issue invitation to all newcomers (in the SCA one year or less), of the Principality of Cynagua to submit unto us at May Coronet a page relating either one's impressions of one's first event, how one heard of the Society, or some memorable happenstance during one's first year. There will be a small token for each participant plus major awards lor the best submissions. Humor and somewhat forsooth language will be greatly appreciated. For further details, contact Ekaterina Illnichna Sukurokova (name/contact info). 20


Due to weather and road conditions, the Arts and Sciences competitions scheduled for January Investiture were cancelled. Only the Copper Spoon competition went on as scheduled since the entries were perishable. Those contests were postponed and are now scheduled for May Coronet. They are, again: Fine Arts, scroll illumination; Performing Arts, mime; Technical Arts, drinks, hopefully served in vessel made for Science competition; Jewelry making, beginning and advanced; and Open, anything new learned this past year. Sciences: Drinking vessels and Medieval gaming equipment. There will also be the arts class in basic leather working by Thomas Cordwainer of Elderwood, previously scheduled for Investiture. A competition based on what is learned here will be held at the next Cynagua event. To those of you who came prepared to compete at Investiture, my apologies, and I hope to see you at Coronet. Lorenzo di Nebbia Argentea, Cynagua Arts Minister.


The Populace of Silver Desert will be raffling off lunches for two at May Coronet. For tickets, see Albreda the Wollkeeper (name) or Reinmar the Wolfkeeper (name) at their merchants pavilion at events. Tickets will be four for $1.00.


On Saturday at Cynagua Coronet, there will be a Princess' tea for Her Highness and the populace. The theme for the tea is Sweets and Meats. Please come and attend the tea with your favorite sweet or meat from your secret recipe file! Contact Sharra Ni Perran (name/phone) for comments or suggestions.


The competition for Bard of Cynagua will be held Saturday evening at Cynagua Coronet. Judges will be gleaned from former bards, current bards of other regions, etc. (I will find you, and our number shall be odd!) Contestants should prepare a story, poem instrumental or vocal performance (not to exceed five minutes/piece) in each of three categories: humerous, period (with documentation), and original composition. Contact Miranda de Pinillos (name/phone) for more information.


The Copper Spoon competition for May Coronet will be an 'I Hate to Cook' theme. Briefly, prepare a dinner or breakfast using as many modern convenience foods as possible while maintaining a period look to the food. Table setting and service will also be a part of the competition. Contest will be judged in ingenuity of ingredients, attractiveness of display and deliciousness. Please have a menu in writing for the judges. For more information contact Heather of Sutherland (name/phone).


A group of children's activities have been planned for children ages five to 12. Approximate length of the track is 2 1/2 to 3 hours. Children are requested to bring a light snack (crackers, cheese, fruit, etc.) that can be shared at the end of the activities. For more information call Esla (name/phone).


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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