Plumas Sierra Fairgrounds,
From The Page (May, 2014):
As Cynagua begins her celebration of 35 Years, Walerich and Catriona, Prince and Princess of Cynagua invite all to participate in Their Coronet Tournament Event.
Spring Coronet Tournament restrictions and requirements are as follows: All entrants into Coronet will be required to submit a letter of intent. This may be done via email to Their Highnesses at (email address omitted). This letter will contain their intent and name their consort. It must be received no later than Thursday, May 22, 2014. They also wish a paper copy at Invocation which They will display during the tournament. All fighters must reside in Cynagua or be fighting for a Cynaguan consort. There will be a great weapons round in Coronet, most likely in round 3. Prepare! Her Highness wishes to request that all entrants into Coronet fly a banner.
Additionally, Her Highness would like to invite all consorts to a "Consortium" on Saturday. Please come & join other Consorts on Saturday morning for a time of relaxation & socializing! Most of all..MIMOSAS! (We don't discriminate; ALL are welcome!)
Equestrian for Cynagua Spring Coronet: There are many games scheduled for Saturday’s entertainment both on the eric & in the covered arena. Covered pipe pen corrals are available at $25/weekend (up to 2 horses in a pen). For further information on reserving a pen, authorizations & renewals, possible rental horses or scheduling other equestrian activities at this event, contact Equestrian Marshal-in-Charge: Gwendwyn the Silent (contact info omitted)..
For those of you who are not inclined to put on armor and fight in the lists, there will be other activities as well, from the Bard of Cynagua competition, to Arts and Sciences.
If you plan to merchant, please let the autocrat know at least two weeks before the event. For more detailed information please see Cynagua’s Unofficial FB Page and/or the Kingdom or Principality websites.
Site information: Plumas Sierra Fairgrounds in Quincy, Ca.
Site Opens 12pm on Friday & closes Monday at 4:p.m.
Site Fee: $15 for members, kids 5-17 are $10, 4 & under are free. ($5 non-member surcharge applies to adults only.)
Autocrat: Baroness Teresa Maria Isabella Castro (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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