Sierra Arden UCC,
From The Page (April, 2008):
Spring is in the air, and with Spring it is time to clean out all of those winter cobwebs and learn new things. I, for one, am excited to see what the Queen's Artisans have been up to and what subjects they are going to teach. I am always amazed at the breadth of what is taught at each Collegium. So far, there are classes on camping, weaving, music, divination and more. Check out (website address omitted) for an up-to-date listing of classes.
This Collegium there will be a special evening class, in the form of a late 15th century English feast. Presented by Crystal of the Westermark, Geoffrey Mathias, and a score of volunteers it is hoped this will be a full-immersion experience for all participants. Feast gear*, chairs, and table linens will be provided. * Please bring your own personal eating knife. Class limit is 44 people, and pre-registration is required, please contact John Theophilus, (email address omitted) to register. Class fee of $15 covers dinner, drinks and class handout. Please read the class FAQ for more information ((website address omitted) and follow the link to the feast)
Site Information: Sierra Arden UCC / (address omitted) / Sacramento CA 95864. Site opens at 8:45 am, classes start at 9:15 am, site cloese at 10 pm. Site fees: $7 Members, $10 Nonmembers, Check website for individual class-fees.
Autocrat: Donata Bonacorsi (contact info omitted).
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