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The Thirty-second Year

Brigit's Feast and Troubador Competition -- Esfenn

February 7, 1998 (AS XXXII)

San Felipe Park,
Hayward, CA

From The Page (January, 1998):

The Shire of Esfenn cordially invites all good gentles to join us in celebrating the feast of St. Brigit on February 7, 1998. This feast day, also known as Imbolc and Candlemas, will be celebrated with the making of candles, the weaving of straw into Brigit's crosses, the playing of games, the eating of food, singing, dancing and storytelling. We will also be honored by sharing in the handfasting of a brave archer and gentle maiden of our shire.

During the feast we will be regaled with the talents of those vying for the honor of being chosen as the troubador of Esfenn, Anyone interested in participating in the troubador competition call Robin McLaren (contact info omitted).

Festivities begin at 1:00pm and conclude and 9:00pm at San Felipe Park in Hayward. Fee is $14 which includes a feast made and presented by our own Alysianna Selkirk. Bring your own feasting gear. Prizes will be given for the most elaborate table setting and for the setting that most reflects the theme of the event. Advance reservations required. Make checks payable to SCA Inc, Shire of Esfenn and send to (address omitted), Feast limited to 60 people.

For more information or to make a reservation call the autocrat, Adelhieid (Heidi) at (contact info omitted), to volunteer as kitchen help or ask about the feast call feast mistress Alysianna (Rachel) at (contact info omitted).

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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