Eagle River United Methodist Camp,
From The Page (May, 2000):
Come one. Come all to the Beltain Revel to enjoy a beautiful 3-day weekend featuring court, contests, feasting, bardies, and much more. There will be the following contests: Ax throwing, marshmnllow crossbow shoot, archery (bring your own bow and target arrows), knife throwing, board games (instructions included), and a period German desert contest (must bring documentation, along with desert), also a bardic with a song/ poem contest, plus other contests to be announced on site. There will be a mead making, candle making, and desert class offered. With other classes announced on site.
Sleeping space will be available on the floor in main hall, all sleeping gear and non-period items must be removed prior to breakfast at 10 anl. Lots of tent space available. Also, we will provide an Inn with rooms for rent.
The following meals will be provided: 2 lunches, 2 feasts, 2 breakfasts. Please contact the autocrat if you have any food allergies or special dietary needs.
Please bring your membership card to show to Constable. If card is not available, please be prepared to fill out a waiver form. Pre-pay by April 30, 2000.
Time: Sat. 12 pm-Mon. 12
Site Fee: Overnight $5; Weekend $35 Adults, $25 Children. Meals/Day: $10 Adults; $5 Children (under 12).
Place: Eagle River United Methodist Camp
Humidity: VERY DRY (not our ruling site rules)
Pets: Pets allowed, (must be under control at all times)
Autocrat: Oedred (contact info omitted).
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