From The Page (February, 2008):
Come join Lord Suzuki and M'lady Yukiko as they take us to the world of medieval Japan. There will be activity tables set up for different crafts, such as Temari balls and Origami. Please bring your favorite games to share, there will be Go boards available. There will be two contests. The first is for the best table tea setting, period and Japanese will garner more points. The second is an on-site pagoda building contest. Craft sticks and glue will be provided, just bring your imagination and sense of fun. Lunch will be a made on-site sushi selection. In lieu of a dinner potluck, it is asked that you bring things to add to the sushi. Suggestions are: carrots, cucumber, avocado, seafoods (imitation crab, shrimp, or prawns), and fish (raw or smoked). It is also asked that you bring your favorite tea to complete the meal. Seaweed (nori) and rice will be provided. There will be a preparation class on making rice balls as well.
Site Information: Site is located at (address omitted) please watch the list for site change! (website address omitted) Site opens at 11 am and closes at 6 pm. Site fee for members is $7 for members, $10 for non-members. Ages 6 to 12 are $3 and ages 5 and under are free. Family rates can be negotiated with the Autocrat.
Autocrat: Lady Gwyneth Rhiannon of the Sea (contact info omitted).
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