From The Page (August, 1994):
While we wouldst not count all our chickens before they hatch, this event is a warmonger's delight. In the Shire of Selviergard, come join us for War Most Fowl, murder and intrigue, revelry, contests and a feast. Don't be chicken hearted -- buy the wearable advertisement and enter the coloring contest. Enough chicken jokes, save them for the event.
Activities: On Saturday - Diverse battles to include woods, open field, and others to be announced. Arts & Sciences - Basketry (2 parts continued on Sunday). Viking hat making for the children (2 parts continued on Sunday). Dancing, of course. Dessert auction at feast, and a bardic. On Sunday - Prize Tourney "Chicken" Boffering for knights and children. Market; gather S.C.A. type things you no longer use/want and bring them to the market. All transactions will be determined between the owner and the buyer.
Contests: On Saturday - Best/Worst Chicken joke, song, poem or pun; chickens in non edible mode. On Sunday - Eggs in edible mode (to be served and judged on Sunday morning): wearable advertisements coloring contest (T-shirts available at Spring Captaincy and at Eskalyan events throughout the summer and on-site).
Details: This is a private site, so respect the site rules laid down in the on-site flyer. Fires should he kept to those firepits approved by the autocrat. Please respect those areas roped off by the autocrats. No dogs. Water is limited so bring your own if possible. Site opens at 5 p.m. on Friday and closes at 6 p.m. Sunday. Merchants contact the autocrat.
Site fees are $15 on board, $7 off board and children under 12 $10 on board and $5 off board. Children under 3 are free. On board fees include dinner Friday, all meals Saturday and the first two meals on Sunday. Contact the autocrat for more information on feast contents, of if you want to volunteer to help with anything in exchange for a reduction of site fees.
Autocrat: Tatiana Patrovna Ilina (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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