Palmer Moose Lodge,
From The Page (November, 1997):
Please join the Principality of Oertha as we celebrate the reign of Nicholaus and Alyssia and welcome their successors! The Coronet Tourney and Investiture will be held January 17-18 in the Shire of Selveirgard. The site is Palmer Moose Lodge, a spacious two-floored hall with great fireplaces and an enormous eric. In addition to the usual fighting and dancing, there are various entertainments planned for your pleasure, and a 3-remove feast. All meals are included in your site fee, and volunteers are gratefully accepted. Transportation and lodging can be arranged for those traveling, and any special needs/ requests will be accommodated whenever possible. His Highness has decreed that the Coronet Tourney will be fought MASS WEAPONS ONLY and that all contestants must present themselves DISPLAYING their banners or personal colors. Her Highness' Whim is roses in any mode, and His Highness' Whim is your personal interpretadon of Viking "schtuff." The Autocrat's Whim is Moose decorations in any mode, all entries being donated to the Moose Lodge to thank them for their hospitality. Additionally, there will be Viking round shield decorating for the snails, with their art work displayed around the hall during feast.
Please complete a reservation form and return to Lady Catherine of Birchfeld, and yes, you can include the entire family on one form!
Site Fee: BEFORE December 15: $20 Adults, $10 Smalls (2-10 yrs). AFTER December 15: $30 Adults, $15 Smalls (2-10 yrs). Babes in arms are ALWAYS free! Newcomers and Gentles with special circumstances, please contact the autocrat.
Questions?????? Contact: Lord Fergus McThomas, Autocrat c/o (contact info omitted).
Mail forms to: Lady Catherine of Birchfeld c/o (contact info omitted).
See photos of this event
Georg of Glacier's Edge
Per fess argent and vair, a seahorse
erect and sinister facing maintaining
an axe gules.
Per fess argent and vair in pale,
in chief three barbless roses, two
and one, gules.
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