Two Rocks Coast Guard Base,
From The Page (July, 1997):
The West Kingdom Arts and Sciences Tourney will be held at Two Rocks Coast Guard Station, located outside of Petaluma, CA, The site opens at noon on Friday, and closes at 5:00 p,m. o n Sunday. Site fee is $5 per person, children under 12 are free. There will be classes all day Saturday and Sunday morning. The Arts and Sciences competitions will be held on Saturday in the A&S Pavilion. Other guild meetings and competitions will be posted i n the pavilion. All class information will be available at Autocrat's point. Late entry classes and cancellations will be noted on the whiteboards. Classes with size limits will have sign-up sheets at Autocrat's point. Please note any restrictions, requirements and fees charged for the classes listed below. Teachers will collect the class fees. Make sure you have enough small change for all those classes!
The Woodworkers' Guild will sponsor a track of classes, and have an area set up for. all to work on projects, exchange information and ask questions.
Class Autocrat: Eireannach nic Ghoilla Chainnigh (contact info omitted).
Site Autocrat: Allen MacMillan (contact info omitted).
The Page School will also be holding classes! Check at Page School for time schedule and sign-ups. The Queen's Lemonade Stand will run in the afternoon. There will be an auction in the evening, Sunday, we will have the Tournament. All fighters must have a consort (family, friend, etc.). Come display your courtesy and sportsmanship. Lists open at 9:30, tourney begins at 10:00. Anyone interested in heralding, list paging or marshalling, please contact Morrin Scatloch, Chancellor. Winners of last year's tourney—please remember to bring the regalia so it can be passed down!
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