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The Thirty-eighth Year

Herald's Collegium

March 6, 2004 (AS XXXVIII)

Colonial Heights Library,
Sacramento, CA

From The Page (March, 2004):

The Spring Heralds' Collegium will be held in the conference room of the Colonial Heights Library at (address omitted) in Sacramento. The Spring Collegium focuses on the Voice Arts (Field and Court Heraldry) in preparation for the coming tourney season. The College of Heralds encourages all who have an interest in either polishing existing skills or have an interest in learning how to work as a voice herald to come join us. There is no site fee for this event. The site will open at 9:30 am and close at 5 pm. The class schedule is as follows:
          10 - 11Voice Lessons and Duty Heraldry
          11 - 12How lists are run/coordinating with the List Mistress
          12 - 1Lunch
          1 - 3Field class and practice
          3 - 5Court class and Practice

There will be a potluck luncheon for those who wish to participate - a kitchen and refrigerator are available.

There are several fast-food places nearby, plus an English-style pub (Rascal's) across the street. There is also a Starbuck's on Bradshaw Road south of the freeway at Old Placerville Rd (about 2 miles from the freeway), behind the IHOP.

Site Coordinator: Alison Gray of Owlwood (contact info omitted).

Autocrat: Gaius M.L. Auklandus - see Vesper in the Regnum for contact details.

The Heralds' Meeting on Sunday March 7 will be in the conference room at the Rancho Cordova Library at (contact info omitted) in Rancho Cordova. The meeting will begin at 10:30 am sharp. If you are bringing in submissions, please call in advance so the file can be brought. No walk-in submissions will be processed unless we have been informed that they are coming.

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