George J. Hatfield State Park,
From The Page (May, 2000):
This year's Summer Investiture will be held at George J. Hatfield State Park in Newman, CA. This is a beautiful site with lots of shade and 25 brick fire pits. Come join the fun and help to celebrate the crowning of the new Prince and Princess of Cynagua!
Canale will be holding both a Silent Auction and a Raffle, so be sure to contact anyone in the Shire to either donate or purchase tickets in advance. There will also be dance classes held by the Pied d"Argent with contest for flirting for those who like to flirt. We expect this to be well attended due to most gentles fondness for flirting.
Site fee and times: $6 per person, children aged 5 years and under free. Site opens at noon on Friday and closes at 4 PM on Sunday.
Site Restrictions: NO Vehicles On The Grass! Cars must drive on the roads only! Dogs must be on a leash at all times. Pick up after them and yourselves. This will be our first visit to this site, so let's make a great impression! Also, there is a lot of water around the site, so please watch the children at all times and do not let them wander unattended.
Competitions: Arts - Hot weather garb; Copper Spoon - Salads and appetizers; Herbalist Guild - Herb vinegars.
Autocrat: Gemini La Grendelus (contact info omitted).
Zaid al -fallah hajji
Per bend embattled gules and argent,
in sinister chief a sun within a
snake involved Or.
Louise de la Chatte Bleue
Or, a winged cat sejant reguardant
azure atop a mount gules.
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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