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The Fiftieth Year

Arts and Sciences -- Northern Marches

May 15-17, 2015 (AS L)

(Private Residence),
Smith River, CA

From The Page (April, 2015):

Lords and Ladies of the West!

We call upon thee to join us in the Northern Marches for a spectacular weekend full of arts and sciences activities. There will be a variety of classes, demonstrations, and lectures during the day on Saturday and Sunday morning such as: basic and advanced card weaving, naalbinding, leatherwork, dying fiber, class on knightly virtues, making folding wood tables, to name a few. In addition to the classes, everyone is encouraged to bring an item for the arts and sciences display. Entries will NOT be judged, however documentation will be accepted. The Baroness of Allyshia will be viewing all entries and gifting items to those entries that inspire her. There will also be a youth corner for several hours on Saturday.

If you are interested in teaching a class or giving a demonstration, please fill out the “Marches Arts and Sciences Weekend: Teacher’s Submission” form found on the Barony of Allyshia’s website {www.allyshia. } by April 30, 2015 and send to Signy Jolinnardottir. [Final list of classes and times will be posted on the same website by May 5, 2015]

This is a dry site. There is a creek on the property that people may swim in but no lifeguard so please plan accordingly. Pets are permitted but must be on a leash at all times. Fires are not allowed, however, there will be a large community fire on Saturday night. There is no potable water on site. The nearest motel, grocery store, and other conveniences are 20 to 25 minutes away from site, in Crescent City, CA.

Site information: (address omitted), Smith River CA 95567

Site fee: Adults = $15 (NMS fee = $5.00); children 0 to 12 = free; children 13-18 = $5.00; Family cap: $40

Site opens: at noon on the 15th

Autocrat: Signy Jolinnardottir (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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