Coast Guard Nemitz Gazebo,
From The Page (April, 2004):
Come join us on our emerald isle to celebrate your favorite childhood stories and fairy tales. The site opens at 11 am and closes as 8 pm. Classes and competitions begin at noon. There will be a competition of putting a twist on your favorite folktale by dramatic reading, poem or song. Additional competitions include braiding Rapunzel's hair, a golden goose egg hunt and hand decorating/making a pouch or handkerchiefs. Classes that are currently scheduled are: cloak making and weapon making for heavy fighting -a materials fee will apply $8-12 (for the rattan) plus bring one roll of strapping tape and one roll of duct tape. Pomanders and chain mail jewelry will also be taught (some personal tools needed, contact autocrat); there will also be activities for children. A potluck feast will begin at 5 pm with a "stone soup" theme; bring a precooked vegetable to add to the stone soup pot (no onions). Also bring a potluck dish for 8-10 people (try to stay period). Those with any food allergies need to contact the autocrat. Court will follow the feast. This is a discreetly wet site.
Site Information: The event will be held at the Coast Guard Nemitz gazebo in the Nemitz housing complex off base. Contact the autocrat for directions. Site fee is $5 for members, $8 for non-members, children and teens 7-16 $3, children under 6 free
Autocrat: Aingeal Kelliher (contact info omitted).
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