Fort Ord Travel Camp,
From The Page (July, 2003):
Come partake of over 100 different classes for your edification and enjoyment. The theme this year is The Troubadour and the Bard. A number of special events have been scheduled to coincide with this including, by request. Her Majesty's Bawdy Bardic. Class tracks include Archery, Bardic I - non-music and performance. Bardic II - music. Brewing, Calligraphy & Illumination, Cooking, Costuming, Dance, Equestrian, Fighting, Introduction to, Italian Salon, Leather & Woodwork, Medieval Household, Metalwork, Middle Eastern, Needlework, Rapier, Textile, War, and Page School. Page School will be holding its Tournament of the Oaks on Sunday.
There also will be the 8 - count them 8 A & S competitions PLUS the 8-Legged Race for those individuals or teams that would like to enter all 8 competitions.
Event schedule, class listing (subject to change), and other details can be found at: (website address omitted) or by contacting Sabrina de la Bere at (contact inf omitted).
We will be at the Fort Ord Travel Camp. Site opens at noon on Friday and closes at 3 PM on Sunday. The site may not have any water so prepare accordingly. This site permits horses and Equestrian activities have been planned. Merchants are invited. Please contact the Merchants Coordinator if you have questions.
Gate Fees: $7 members, $10 non-members, children under 10 - discount $3
Autocrat: Susan of Wight (contact info omitted).
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