From The Page (April, 1990):
Once again we return to the sunny meadow at Feather River College in the beautiful mountain shire of Bryn y Hebogau. The site opens at 3 on Friday & closes at 3 on Monday. The SITE FEE is $6, & MERCHANT'S FEE is $10. There are showers available, & a town with most amenities nearby. And truly, good gentles, pack warm garb for the sometimes variable weather of our high mountain valley. Dry crash space will be provided should the unlikely happen, & our exquisite blue skies be clouded & damp!
Fires are retricted to campstoves, well-elevated braziers, & BBQs only. NO OPEN GROUND FIRES ALLOWED. THis is a DRY SITE. PARENTS: Unfortunately, the adjacent child care center/playrgound is NOT AVAILABLE to use, & the college has requested that we do NOT allow our smalls to play there.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS (TENTATIVE): The Principality Seneschal requests all Seneschals in the Kingdom, & their officers attend an introductory meeting on Saturday evening at 6. Pelase plan on attending, and/or sending a deputy. The Silver Spoon competition will be Savory Pastries. The Arts Competition is 15th century costume & illustration for a folk tale. The Page School will offer a class in leatherworking.
DIRECTIONS: (omitted) AUTOCRATS: Gwenllian of Willowind (name/phone) & Berowalt Hildebrand (name/phone).
From The Page (May, 1990):
(The Page Copy for this event is essentially the same up to the information prior to the DIRECTIONS: paragraph above, where the following was inserted ...:)
CORRECTION--Of course I know it's the Copper Spoon, not the Silver Spoon (my apologies to the Mists) but my befuddled brain late the night I wrote the copy failed me!! So--the Copper Spoon competition will be "I Hate to Cook Contest II." For more information, please contact Heather of Sutherland (name/phone).
Bard Francis Goodfellow would like it to be known that the IKAC competition will be held on the hill in the usual place. (Time to be announced.) There will be adult & junior categories, w/possible prizes for the juniors. Please speak to Bard Goodfellow for further information.
The Arts Competition is 15th century costume & illustrations for a folk tale. The Page School will offer a class in leatherworking.
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