Sycamore Ranch Campground,
From The Page (May, 1994):
Cynagua Spring Coronet will be held at a new site this year just seven miles east of Marysville at the Sycamore Ranch campground. This new site offers a store on site and some shower facilities, ground fires will be allowed only in the large fire pits provided by the site. Pets are welcome, but must follow all leash laws. Please keep in mind that there is a river near by as well as a lagoon area.
Site fees $6 per adult, $3.50 per child under 12 years of age, $10 per merchant, and $3 for non-member day use.
Merchants, please note that a California re-sale permit is needed and will be asked for. All kingdom merchant guidelines are in effect. Please call for reserved spacing.
Arts competitions will be poetry (write a sonnet) or make a game set. Sciences competitions will be steel armor or shadow box plans.
The Cynaguan Bardic Guild will be holding a fund raising auction and bardic classes at the bardic guild sunshade. For more information contact the head of the Cynaguan bardic guild, listed at the back of the Page.
The Bard of Cynagua competition will be held at Coronet. It will consist of one period piece (documentation please), one original piece and one about an S.C.A. personality. There is a five minute limit. Extra points for format diversity. Any questions? contact Hilarie the Puppeteer (phone).
Cuby de Elmhurst has issued a challenge to all fighters of Cynagua to a challenge on the field of honor. So bring your heavy artillery.
Autocrat: William Delemere of Darkmore (name/contact info).
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