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The Thirty-seventh Year

Oertha Coronet/Investiture

January 20, 2003 (AS XXXVII)

Eagle River Lions Club,
Eagle River, AK

From The Page (December, 2002):

Be it known to all that Fergus and Margarita, Prince and Princess, of Oertha do invite you to witness Winter Coronet and the ascension of Their Heirs.

Site: Eagle River Lions Club, (address omitted). Site is open at 9 AM both days

Fees: Before 12/15: Adult $12,5-12 yrs $8, Family $35, under 5 yrs Free, Feast $8.12/16 - 1/1: Adult $15,5-12 yrs $10, Family $45, Feast $10. After 1/1: Adult $20,5-12 yrs $15, Family $65, No Feast tickets available. Note: Feast is a separate fee per-person. For ages 0-5, feast is free. Breakfast and lunch are provided for both days.

Contests: Prince's Whim: Crested helms. Princess's Whim: Children's garb. (To be donated to your local area gold key.) Autocrats Whim: Original poetry to be performed during feast. (You can find someone else to orate your poetry for you.)

Guild Contests: Lace Guild: Bobbin Lace; Brewers Guild: Hippocras

Disclaimers: You do not have to pre-pay only pre-register for the good prices. Site is dry! (Working on it being wet, but no promises.) Please return reservation forms to: Richenza or (email address omitted).

Autocrat: Richenza (contact info omitted).

See photos from this event

Magnus Sigmarsson
Per chevron inverted purpure
and sable, a sea-dragon
maintaining an axe and
three Thor's hammers argent.
Esperanza Maria Diago
Per chevron inverted purpure
and argent, a scorpion
fesswise argent and
three hearts sable.
Arms by Khevron Oktavii Tikhikovich Vorotnikov


"The event was held at Lions Park, in Eagle River. Autocrat was Sir Richenza von Augsburg. 2 days, no camping. Roses were rapier and heavy simultaneously sunday afternoon. Duchess Megan [nic Alister] assisted in distributing roses. Feast was superb." -- Wilhelm von Düsseldorf

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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