Site: Live Oak, CA
From The Page (October, 1993):
The site for this year's Cynagua Fall Coronet is in Live Oak. This is the same location as the Cynagua/Mists War.
The site opens at noon Friday and set up will not be allowed until that time. The site closes at 6 p.m. on Sunday.
This site is next to the Feather River. Parents, please watch your children, there are no life guards and the river is swift. By county ordinance, pets MUST by leashed. No ground fires are allowed.
The site fee is $6 per person. The merchant fee is $ 10.
On Saturday Their Highnesses wish to start court promptly at 9:30 a.m. with invocation at 11 a.m. The list table closes at 10:30 a.m. A tournament of Roses will be fought after the Coronet Tourney is finished.
Saturday evening Their Highnesses invite the populace to join them for dinner on the Eric (bringing tables, food, braziers, etc.). Entertainment will be provided by an exhibition of war archery and the Cynaguan Bardic Guild. All Archers and bards are encouraged to participate.
There will be a Princess's Tea on Sunday. Her Highness invites guilds to display their accomplishments (see Her Highness for more information).
The arts competition will be "foul weather clothing" and the sciences competition is woodworking and candle making. The Copper Spoon competition will be herbs or spices as primary ingredient in period food, sauces, condiments or vinegar.
Autocrat: Thomas Foxhaven (name/contact info).
The West Kingdom History Website was created by and is maintained by Hirsch von Henford (mka Ken Mayer).