Coyote Lake Park,
From The Page (August, 2005):
Come learn new skills, from dance to astronomy to gaming to making a Viking coat. There will be a Page School track as well. Class lists will be available on (website address omitted). Enter the competition, "Food in Honor of Darkwood" Throughout history recipes have been created to honor a celebrity, a place or an occasion, (Crepes Suzette or Beef Wellington). Pick a person, place, or event special to Darkwood, and create a dish to honor it. Explain why the dish is representative. Arts Display: "Works in Progress" There will be a display of works in progress. Please show us what you're working on, whether or not it is an SCA project. (Please contact Rose ahead of time if you need special accommodations.) (email address omitted)
Site Information: The site is Coyote Lake Park in Gilroy. The site opens at 2 pm on Friday (anyone arriving earlier is part of the setup crew) and closes at 4 pm on Sunday. The site fee $10 for adult members, $13 for non-members (WKWC funds available), $5 for children ages 6-12. Saturday night, join us for the Annual Last Official Baronial Potluck. SCA names A-Z, bring food to share. This is a bring-your-own protein potluck; there will be a grill available for cooking it.
Autocrat: Adriana Tacita (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.
The West Kingdom History Website was created by and is maintained by Hirsch von Henford (mka Ken Mayer).