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The Thirty-ninth Year

June Crown Tournament

June 11-13, 2004 (AS XXXIX)

San Benito County Fairgrounds,
Tres Pinos, CA

From The Page (May, 2004):

June Crown will be held at the San Benito County Fairgrounds, (address omitted), Tres Pinos CA (just outside of Hollister). The Fairgrounds offers lots of lawns and permanent restrooms. It is close to shopping and services.

The competitions for June Crown are: Arts- Gloves and Mittens. Sciences- Portable Period Seating (any medium). Wooden Spoon: From the Field. Please drop off your entries by 1 pm and pick them up by 5 pm. We will also have the "artisans area" with multiple demonstrations and guild contacts in close proximity to the A&S Pavilion. Sunday there will a Pied D'Argent competition, and the dance will be Anello. The Needleworkers Guild is hosting the A&S Pavilion. Please come and see the display and be welcome at any of the events held by the hosts. Needleworkers' schedule: Saturday: Invocation-2 pm - Mentors Corner (if you have any questions about your work or would just like to come and stitch); 2:30 pm - Meeting; 3 pm - Class- What Stitch is Period: A survey of stitches and the context in which they are used with Guild Minister Sabrina de la Bere and other Guild Mentors. Sunday: 10 am - Class: Couched Cording with Christian de Holacombe (small fee for kit, auditors welcome).

Site Restrictions: Horses are NOT allowed on the grass where the Eric will be. All horse activities will be held in the arena. No Cannons. Dogs MUST be on leashes at all times. The other end of the leashes must be attached to something or someone. Please clean up after your dogs so we will continue to be able to use this site. A noise ordinance will take effect at 10 pm.

Site Information: Site Fees: $10 for members, $13 for non-members, $5 for ages 6-12, and 0-5 years old is free.

Horse Fees: Stall rental (required to use their stalls) $10 per night. (So an additional $20 for the person to have their horse at the event, above and beyond the site fee). These fees are NOT to be paid at Gate, please see Autocrat for paid placard.

R.V. Fees: $12 per night. (So an additional $24 above and beyond the site fee). RV spaces are available. Some of them have water and power hookup (bring your own extension cords and hoses). Those wishing RV space need to reserve them with the Autocrat, prior to the event. These fees are NOT to be paid at Gate; please see Autocrat for pre-paid placard.

Merchant Gate opens at 10 am on Friday. Kingdom Merchant Coordinator: Markus Stonegrinder / (email address omitted).

Autocrat: Liesel Helmschmeid (contact info omitted).

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