From The Page (May, 2002):
As Spring is the time for change, we come together to celebrate the Investiture of our new Prince and Princess. Since May brings such splendid tidings, at least for the most part, we will be celebrating over the weekend at Bort Meadows. The site opens at 2 PM on Friday and closes at noon on Sunday.
Please take heed to the strict regulations of this site:
* This is a "dry" site. Do not leave any alcohol containers.
* Due to the Sudden Oak Death Virus all wood brought must be commercially purchased and certified uncontaminated cut-up lumber or processed fire logs, like Duraflame.
* Quiet time is firom 10 PM to 7 AM. Prom 10 PM to midnight, low key drumming is acceptable, but howling is not.
* Pets need to be on leashes at all times.
Site Fee: $5, children 5 and younger: free.
Autocrat: Euriol of Lothian (contact info omitted).
Please refer to the website at (web address omitted). for last minute changes or contact the autocrat.
See photos of this event
Stephen of Beckenham|
Or, on a pale invected sable
a crescent Or.
Elina of Beckenham|
Gules, a gryphon segreant Or
maintaining a raven displayed
sable and a rose Or slipped
and leaved vert.
"For those of you who missed it, Mists Investiture was one of the *best* SCA events I've been to. There really was too much fun stuff to do (classes on caligraphy and brewing, dance (with live music), bardic stuff, page school stuff, and lots of equestrian authorizations and games, and I don't know what else.) The size was just right, the weather wonderful, and the site green and full of memories. Even court was entertaining -) Thanks to their Highnesses for having such a great vision for what an event *can* be, and to all those who helped to make this vision a reality."
Genevieve [de Vendome] (who thinks the only thing the event lacked to make it perfect was an indoor venue with a wooden dance floor and flush privies -) ).
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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