Live Oak River Front Park,
Live Oak, CA
From The Page (April, 2002):
The Barony of Rivenoak wishes to invite one and all to the wonderful Spring Coronet for Cynagua being held at the Live Oak River Front Park in Live Oak. The site will open at 1 PM on Friday and close at 4:30 PM on Monday. Saturday will be a day of festivities and revelry being planned including a fencing tournament, archery and a tournament in honor of His Highness' birthday (the Prince's Birthday Bash!). More to come on this in the May Page. However, if you are intrigued by the county-fair atmosphere and what we are planning, please contact Anastacia Grinstead for information and details. She can be reached at either (phone) or (email). The coronet tourney will be held on Sunday. Fighters, please bring your pendants to add to the festivities of the day. Archery competitions, including IKAC and a prize tourney, will be held during the course of the weekend; contact Cassandra, Minister of the Bow for details. Contests: Arts-Footwear; Sciences-Pottery, any kind; Displays-County Fair Theme (more on this next month or call Anastacia!). The paved parking lot at the park is reserved for Royalty and handicapped only. There will be overflow parking off site with a shuttle bus in service for anyone needing it. There is no driving on the grass, so please unload and move your vehicle. Anyone not following the parking rules will be towed at the owners expense. All pets must be on leash at all times or you will be asked to leave. Parents, please keep track of your children as the river is near and it is swimming at your own risk. We don't want any lost children. Merchants, please call or e-mail ahead for space.
Site fees: $7, ages 12 and up, $4 ages 5-11 and under 5 free.
Autocrat: John Paul Blacklore / (contact info omitted).
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