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The Twenty-fifth Year

Coronet Tournament -- Principality of Cynagua

November 2-4, 1990 (AS XXV)

From The Page (October, 1990):

November Coronet will be at an improved Rollins Lake with set-up from 1 p.m. Friday the 2nd. The AUTOCRATS, Lord Wylowen and Lady Rhiannon of the Loone's Tuune Challenge the Bards to Describe the Day for the Glory of our Principality. A new facility for modern restrooms, a hall, and hot showers result in a $6 SITE FEE.

Merchants should get in contact with the AUTOCRATS at (phone) and, if a group wishes to host a tavern, we are amendable. (directions omitted)

The Barony of Fettburg is having a raffle to be held at November Coronet. Tickets are 25 cents apiece or five for $1. Here is a list of some of the prizes to be won. Cloak, Shield Blank, Small Fur Rabbit, Picnic Basket for Two, Crossbow (Arrows, too!), Ceramic Dragon, Four Lites of Sines' Root Beer with or without the kick. Plus many more. Please get in contact with Lady Victoria of Elmhurst Hollow.

From The Page (November, 1990):

November Coronet will be at the improved Rollins Lake site, with set-up from 1PM on Friday the 2nd. The Autocrats and the Bard of Cynagua, Hilary the Puppeteer challenge the brave bards attending to renew the custom of poem, prose, or songto celebrate those fighters on the days field of honor, with a prize for the best effort. A new facility (including hot showers) results in a $6 site fee, with merchants an additional $12 per booth. At the hut below the wagon wheel, a tavern with hot bever- age and food will soften the autumn nights. DIRECTIONS: (omitted) AUTOCRATS: Wylowen and Rhiannon can be reached at (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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