St. Ignatius of Loyola Parrish Hall,
From The Page (November, 2013):
Our Champions and their Ladies invite all to join us once again as we celebrate the Anniversary of Golden Rivers with a grand FEAST. This year's menu is Andalusian, based on recipes from A Miscellany by Cariadoc & Elizabeth, & our cooks are Caoilinn Rose Maddox, Moira O'Connor, Katrina Yarbrough and Tuathflaith ingen Maedoc. Expect an evening of tasty and savory delights!
The hall will open at noon with Arts and Sciences classes and competitions for all to enjoy! We will also have an auction to benefit the Province and the annual Toys for Tots collection. If you have donations for the auction, please contact the autocrat or the seneschal. We also happily welcome volunteers both for setup and tear down!
First Course: Tharda with Chard (Soup), Zabarbada of Cheese (Dip), Folded Bread from Ifriqiyya (Flatbread)
Second Course: Roast Meat (Seasoned Beef), Tharid (Chicken with a creamy garlic sauce), Isfanakh Mutajjan (Spinach side dish)
Third Course: Tuffâhiyya (Apple and Lamb Stew), White Karanbiyya (Chicken and Cabbage), Rizz Hulw (Sweet Ginger Rice)
Dessert: Cheese and Flour Cake (Cheese pastry), Hais (Date balls), Khabisa with Pomegranate (Almond and Pomegranate balls)
Site Information: St Ignatius Loyola Parrish Hall, (address omitted), Sacramento, CA 95825 Please drive through behind the church, we are in the Parish Center)
Event Hours: Hall opens at noon. Feast starts promptly at 6 pm. Site closes at 10pm.
Site Fees: $20/ adults, $10/children 5-12 children under 5 free. $5 Non-member surcharge will be collected at the door, for adult level only. Tickets can be bought from ACCEPS starting Oct 1st, and from the autocrat by mail, in person, or at Gather . If sending request and check by mail, please enclose a Stamped Self-Addressed Envelope. Checks made out to the Province of Golden Rivers.
Autocrat: Baroness Caoilinn Rose Maddox (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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