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The Thirty-ninth Year

Spring Offensive / Freeman Games -- Selviergard

May 21-23, 2004 (AS XXXIX)

Little Susitna Campground,
Houston, AK

From The Page (May, 2004):

Spring Offensive is upon us, time to fish out the tacky tunics and celebrate springtime in Selveirgard. Don't forget to bring your armor as there will be WAR games this year between teams lead by the three barons of Oertha. The tournament for Baroness' Rapier Champion will be held on Saturday and afterwards War Games, and the Baroness' Birtliday Bash will be held at Bardic. Plans for Sunday include a prize tourney for the heavy fighters as well as more WAR Games for combatants and non-combatants alike, including Pigball, a cribbage tournament, and Rock. Feast will be potluck by mundane last name: (meats provided) A-F Dessert, G-L Veggies, M-R Breads, S-Z Side Dish

Contests include: SPAM in any Edible Mode; Camp Songs from Summer Camp (to be judged during bardic); and of course. Most Offensive Garb. And introducing new this year, the Countess Constantina Memorial Junk Garb Wars, teams of three compete to make die, ahem, best garb out of tacky fabrics, one hour, and duct tape, can you do it? (the garb must be modeled by one of the team members during feast. (Sign up at Constabulary Point.)

Site Information: Site fee is $8 for members, $11 for non-members, $5 for children. There is a family cap of $25. Our site is the Little Susitna Campground in Houston. Camping is available, with a $10 fee for each campsite. Please note, with careful planning, more than one tent can fit into a campsite. Site opens on Friday at 5 pm and closes on Sunday at 5 pm.

Autocrat: Thomas Sorngrym (contact info omitted).


Description of this event (if any), taken from The Page, or from memory of at least one person who attended the event.


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