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The Twenty-ninth Year

Coronet Tournament -- Principality of Cynagua

October 29-30, 1994 (AS XXIX)

Rollins Lake,
Colfax, CA

From The Page (October, 1994):

The Shire of Mont d'Or is honored to be able to host Fall Coronet. Since the last event held there, the new park owners have made some improvements on the site.

There is potable water on site but only limited faucets are available so it is advised to bring water. There is a store on site that will be well stocked with deli items, ice and drinks, along with the usual necessities. Also, there are showers available and are located near the store.

The lists will open at 8 a.m. Armor inspection will be at 10:30 a.m. Their Highnesses wish to continue the custom of bearing your banner on the field, and ask that each entrant in the list have their banner at Invocation.

Her Highness invites all to a reception for the new Lady of the Swan on Sunday. Also on Sunday the Cynaguan Guard and Her Highnesses Champion shall host a Pas d'Armes

The site fee is $7 per person, $3 per child, seven and under free. Pets are allowed on site at a fee of $2 a day must be on leash and in hand (by the request of the new site owners). There is a flat rate of $10 for all merchants, please contact the autocrat to reserve a space due to the limited area. No one will be allowed to set up before noon Friday. Those who arrive early will have the honorable task of helping with set up.

There will be a pumpkin carving contest for the adults and a pumpkin drawing contest for children. Please remember to bring treats for the children to enjoy.

Directions: (omitted)

Autocrat: Korwin Freawine (name/contact info).


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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