Eagle River State Campground,
From The Page (April, 2010):
Join us for a unique Beltane celebration. Light meals will be provided Friday night and breakfast and lunch on Saturday. Competitions will include: The best costume use of duct tape. The most detailed/creative illuminated letters (keep Alaska in mind.) The best use of blackwork in a costume piece. A Tall Tales contest (1 entry, no longer than 10-mins.) There will be a classes on the use and planting of common herbs (materials provided) and on using blackwork, bring examples to share. Lists start at 12:30, with planning for the July 4th event to follow. There will be dancing after the meal when prizes will be awarded.
Site Information: Eagle River State Campground, Site fee of $10 to the campground for each night of overnight parking (per vehicle), plus $5 per individual attending. Site opens at Noon on Friday and closes at 2pm on Sunday. This is a dry site. You will need to provide your own camping gear. All animals must be leashed and under control. Dogs must be picked up after and potty bags will be provided.
Autocrat: Mary of the White Wolves (contact info omitted).
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