Coyote Creek Park,
Live Oak, CA
From The Page (July, 1995):
The first Ducal Prize Tourney was held on 10 August AS X at Coyote Creek Park. It raised $365.86 for the Land Fund. This 20th anniversary event will take place at Live Oak Park. We hope that it will raise significantly more This is the same site we used last year-directions and a schedule of activities will appear in the August PAGE. The site will open on Friday at one and close on Monday afternoon. If you arrive before one, you are part of the set-up crew. The site fee is $5 and gets you raffle tickets for the "door prize'' raffles.
There are, of course, many interesting activities planned. Some are tried-and-true; others are new this year. In addition to our regular brute-strength activities like the resurrection melee, bear-pit wrestUng, and the sword-and-shield list, we are planning a barrier list and a children's boffer list. There are also games, arts competitions, children's activities, and a full schedule of bardic contests, along with the Known-World famous garage sale and the ever-popular auctions.
Competitions you may wish to begin planning for now include:
Full descriptions of all activities planned will appear in the handouts which will be available at Cynagua Investiture, A&S, and Mists Bardic. If you will not be at any of those events, write or call the Supreme Commissar (below) for a copy.
As always, we need donations of stuff — for auctions, for prizes, and for the garage sale. We also need donations of time-this event takes a lot of people to run. To donate either^ contact the Supreme Commissar, Eilis O'Boirne (contact info omitted)
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