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The Forty-Ninth Year

Anniversary Banquet -- Golden Rivers

November 29, 2014 (AS XLIX)

St. Ignatius Loyola Parish Hall,
Sacramento, CA

From The Page (November, 2014):

Hailsa and Welcome to our longhall. Join the Defender and populace as we celebrate the Anniversary of Golden Rivers with a feast in 11th century Scandinavian style. The hall will open at 3 pm with table games such as Hnefatafl , Byzantine Chess, Fox and Geese, and Backgammon for all to enjoy until feasting begins. Feel free to bring your boards and pieces and introduce others to your favorite games.

Arts and Sciences:
Skaldic Verse (to be performed on site, limit 5 minutes) and Longboat Anything (any item that could be used on a boat, or has the form of a longship, or an item longship motif)

Aertesoppe (spicy pea soup), Flatbrod (grilled sourdough rye fl atbread), Rokt Fisk (smoked trout), Nepe Kake (turnip cake), Färskost med Urtur (Skyr with herbs), Kornmjölsgröt (Beef and Barley), Herkkusieni (Mushrooms), Steke vilt med Tyttebærsaus (Roast Venison with Lingonberry Sauce), Gronnkal (Braised fennel, green kale and apples), Hazelnut Shortbread and Plums poached in mead and spices
A list of ingredients for all food served will be available at the event, or by email from the cook before the event.

Site Information: St. Ignatius Loyola Parish Hall (address omitted, Sacramento California 95825)

Site opens at 3 PM. Feast seating begins promptly at 6:00pm. Site closes at 10:00pm.

Site Fee: $20/adults, $10/children 5-17, children under 5 free. Reservations may be made on ACCEPS from mid October to November 23, 2014, or paid for in-person, or by mail, from Morwenna of Tintagel $5 Non-member surcharge will be collected at the door for adults only.

Autocrat and Head Cook: Gwendwyn the Silent/(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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