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The Forty-First Year

Coronet Tournament -- Principality of the Mists

September 22-24, 2006 (AS XL)

Ed Levin Park (Spring Valley Pond),
Milpitas, CA

From The Page (August, 2006):

The sun still sits high in the sky and once again it is time for the populace of the Principality to gather and witness a great tournament to determine a worthy successor for the thrones of the Mists. Their most noble Highnesses, Helgi and Oonagh, invite all combatants to present themselves and their consorts on the field that day and look forward to the displays of chivalry and honor worthy of Their lands.

Site Rules: Pets are allowed on the site. Please be courteous and pick up after your pet. All pets must be on a leash or safely seciured. Currently we are working on arranging for horses to be allowed on site and will make announcements regarding this as soon as possible.

Site Information: Ed Levin Park (Spring Valley Pond section) / (address omitted) / Milpitas CA 95035 - Site opens at noon on Friday and closes at 5 pm on Sunday. We are in negotiations of the site fee and will announce it as soon as available.

Autocrat: Ghislaine d'Auxerre (contact info omitted).


From The Page (September, 2006):

Their most noble Highnesses, Helgi and Oonagh, invite all combatants to present themselves and their consorts on the field and They look forward to the displays of chivalry and honor worthy of Their lands.

Pets are allowed on the site. Please be courteous and pick up after your pet. All pets must be on a leash or safely secured. No fires of any sort will be allowed in the dry grass areas per park regulations. Driving on the grass area will not be allowed, but the park is providing carts for aid in transportation. Equestrian: Equestrian activities are possible on this site. There is a wonderful arena with close parking specifically for horse trailers. Contact the Mists Equestrian minister for further information.

Site Information: Ed Levin Park (Spring Valley Pond section) / (address omitted). Site opens at noon on Friday and closes at 5 pm on Sunday. SCA gate is $2 per person. Camping fee is $6 per car per night, includes parking (pay directly to park ranger). Parking only is $5 per car for day trippers (pay directly to park ranger).

Please notify the ranger at the gate if you are parking for one day or camping, and how many nights you are camping. We will provide SCA people with a flyer to place on the dash of their car so that the park does not ticket them.

Autocrat: Ghislaine d'Auxerre (contact info omitted).

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