From The Page (October, 2001):
Caid invites the Known World to join us for the Fifth Great Western War, where once again we will celebrate the joy of battle, the arts, fellowship and shopping!
Check out our website (website address omitted) for the latest details!
For battle scenarios contact Quinn Phelan (contact info omitted). Please see the web site for battle scenario dates and time.
Unto all bards, jongleurs, minstrels, actors, dancers, skalds, storytellers, and performers: Join us to make Great Western War V a showcase for the finest talents of the Known World. Schedule your act for the Main Stage in Merchant's Row, or join the merry throng in the Grand Fyre-Walk. For details and schedules of GWWV performing arts activities, contact Sionnach (contact info omitted). There will be Arts and Sciences classes and activities throughout the war at the A&S encampment. Youth activities will be starting Thursday afternoon and youth boffers begin on Friday. As always, volunteers are needed!! There's plenty to do for everyone and anyone! Contact the Volunteer Autocrats: Taliesin De Morlet and Douceline de la Hay (contact info omitted).
Event Stewards: Gareth Nicodemus Somerset (contact info omitted) and Bartholomew Marchant of Studly Green (contact info omitted)
EQUESTRIAN ACTIVITIES AT GREAT WESTERN WAR V
The Academy of Equestrian Arts cordially invites you to take part in the Equestrian events we have planned for GWWV. All events meet at the Prado Equestrian Center. Sign-ups will be available for all events at gate - please be sure to sign up in advance as events are subject to cancellation. Everyone is welcome and anyone interested in riding is encouraged to participate. (Children may also authorize to ride but must be at least 5 years old. A parent or guardian must be present FOR MINORS AT EACH EVENT, no exceptions.) You can bring your own horse or take advantage of the horses available for rent on-site. If you plan to rent a horse, please call the Prado Equestrian Center directly: (phone) and make reservations early. Rental horses are limited and offered on a first-come, first-served basis ~ they sell out every year. If you plan to bring your own horse and require over-night stabling, a limited amount of stalls may be available through Prado Equestrian Center, please call. Stall fees are $10, per night which includes alfalfa fed 2x daily and clean-up I x daily. If we r un out of permanent stalls, portable stalls will be permitted ~ details to follow. If you have any questions, or are interested in volunteering, please contact Christiaen de Groote (mundane name), Academy of Equestrian Arts, (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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