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The Forty-Fifth Year

Spring Coronet Tournament -- Far West

April 22-24, 2011 (AS XLV)

Yongsan Garrison Park,
Seoul, South Korea

From The Page (April, 2011):

Their Excellencies Turtious and Tatiana, Palatine Baron and Baroness of the Palatine Barony of the Far West, invite everyone to join them for the Spring A & S Coronet Tournament. On Saturday, Their Excellencies will be presiding over the Tournament to determine Their most honorable successors. They will also host the Baronial Championship Tournaments for the Heavy Weapon's, the Light Weapon's, the A &S and the Bardic Champions. The theme for the Single-Entry A & S Competition is "Da Vinci's Child" i n honor of the newest member of our fair Barony: entry should be something related to children of the medieval period or one of Leonardo da Vinci's inventions as a toy. That night They will hold Their final court and invest Their Successors. Then, your palates will be delighted by a savory feast. On Sunday, there will be meetings for both the Baronial Officers and branch Seneschals, followed by an egg hunt. Once the event is closed, the Stronghold of Warrior's Gate will be organizing a tour of the cit for interested individuals.

Site Information: Yongsan Garrison Park, Yongsan Garriosn, Seoul, South Korea. The site will be open from 9:00 to 22:00 on Saturday, and from 9:00 to 13:00 on Sunday. Site Fee: $15 Special Information: Non - military personnel will need to have a daypass for the base in order to attend the event. Robert Hunteman and Isabeau will be organizing these passes ahead of time. Please contact them early enough to give them time to make the necessary arrangements. You can reach Robert (contact info omitted) or Isabeau (contact info omitted).

Autocrat: Thomasina Buckley (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.


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