Kingdom Arms by Robin of Thornwood Calligraphy by Robin of Thornwood Populous Badge by Robin of Thornwood

The Thirty-fifth Year

Twelfth Night Coronation

January 6, 2001 (AS XXXV)

Modesto Center Plaza,
Modesto, CA

From The Page (November, 2000):

Greetings, one and all. The Shire of Canale is hosting this year's 12th Night at Modesto Center Plaza, located at (address omitted). There will be the usual hotel accomodations with the Doubletree. You will need to call them at (phone) for reservations. Tell them you are with the SCA so you can get the special rates.

Alcohol is served on site, but we are not permitted to bring our own. This is the Center Plaza's policy and it will be enforced. There is ample parking close by. Table space is limited. If you are not using it, please make it available for others to use. Let's make this a Happy 12th Night.

Site opens at 10am on Saturday and closes at midnight Cleanup starts at 11pm. Merchants will need to contact the Merchant Coordinator to arrange for space.

Site fee: Tickets will be $10 in advance and $15 at the door. Children under 6 are free.

Autocrat: Cassandra Cernakova (contact info omitted).

See photos of the Laurel Ceremony for Teresa le Marchant
See photos of the Laurel Ceremony for Juan Santiago and Rose de Le Mans
See photos of the Laurel Ceremony for Ugo Dracul
See photos of the Play (The Tale of the Cotswold Lion)
See a video of the play "The Tale of the Cotswold Lion"
See photos of Coronation
See other photos from Twelfth Night

Conor Weisszahn
Per chevron raguly sable and
argent, two crosses bottony
argent and an eagle gules.
Isa von Speyer
Or, a fleur-de-lys vert, a
bordure azure.
Arms by Khevron Oktavii Tikhikovich Vorotnikov


"The final court of Uther and Osa (which saw several peerages), a play by the Golden Stag Players (The Tale of the Cotswold Lion), the Coronation of Conor and Isa, and the first court of Conor and Isa. A busy, but very fun day ..." -- Hirsch von Henford

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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