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The Thirty-ninth Year

A Celebration of Diverse Arts -- Caldarium

May 8, 2004 (AS XXXIX)

China Camp State Park,
San Rafael, CA

From The Page (April, 2004):

Come and sit with friends overlooking the bay among the beautiful oaks of China Camp State Park and make wondrous objects to take home to amaze and delight yourself and your friends. Classes include: Curing and cutting quill pens for more period calligraphy; Tooling leather, beginning and advanced, for a beautiful decorative effect; Making a bowstring (bring your bow for a proper fit); Metal stamping to make simple brooches and pins; dancing simple bransles and English Country dances; knitting circle (bring needles, yarn and a technique to share).

Lunchtime Show and Tell will include decorative knots, riveted mail and items completed from the morning's classes. If you have projects to contribute to the Show and Tell, we would all be delighted with these additional entries. The mid-day meal is a sit-down potluck, so bring some edibles. There will be small tableside barbecues if you would like to cook something. Rumiing water and flush toilets are on the site. Parking is scanty so please carpool if you can.

Site Information: Weber Point is in beautiful China Camp State Park. The site opens at 10 am and classes begin at 11 am with potluck lunch at 1 pm and classes finishing around 4 pm (we must be gone by 5 pm). Dogs are permitted but must be on a leash at all times. There is no site fee for this event, however donations to defray the cost of the site will be gratefully accepted. There may be small materials fees for some of the classes at the discretion of the instructors.

Autocrat: Mark von dem Falkensfenn (contact info omitted).

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