From The Page (May, 1992):
The time has come to pull out your bright colored garb, dust off your bells and welcome spring to Eskalya once again. We will be gathering to celebrate the return of spring with a Russian Easter at the castle ((address omitted), Anchorage). There will be a two part tourney consisting of a heavy weapons bout and a knife throwing competition. Entry fee into the tourney will be a flower for both the Princess and the Baroness.
There will be a dance contest for Karabuska, on site egg decorating, Easter egg hunt for one and all, table decoration (in either Russian Easter or Spring Theme), and Eggs in any Mode (edible or ornamental).
Side board will be provided during the day and a feast of Russian fare will be served in the evening. Bring you own beverages as none will be provided.
The site fee is $12 for adults, $6 for children (8-3), 2 and under are free. A discount fee may be arranged in return for helping at the event please contact the autocrat in advance. Please make checks payable to SCA-Eskalya. We also request wall hangings from the populace (we have 12,000 sq. ft. to cover).
Autocrat: Mikos (name/contact info).
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