St. Jude the Apostle Episcopal Church,
From The Page (November, 2015):
Come join the Province of Southern Shores for a day of gaming, and put a little jingle in your purse! The day’s activities will include casino style gaming with several tables of different games along with classes on how to play them, a make-and-take game board class and games, and activities for the kids. We will also have a silent auction throughout the day with goodies made and/or donated by the talented members of Southern Shores, just in time for the holidays.
In the evening, we will dine on a late period French feast cooked by Aaliz de Saint-Joseph. Feast tickets are available now. Please contact either Aaliz or Apollonia Faust to reserve your spot.
The Brick Spoon Competition: The category this year is finger foods. Please bring your favorite period finger food (with documentation) to be judged. Cooks of ALL experience level are encouraged to compete!
Silver Tongued Devil: This bardic competition puts your impromptu skills to the test. The current Silver Tongued Devil will choose a topic. The contestants make up their best story on the spot, and it’s always entertaining.
Half Dirty Dozen Largesse Competition: Since it’s always a busy time of year, this competition only requires that participants make 6 of a particular item to be donated as largesse. The populace will vote for their favorite, and the winner will be able to choose one of their favorite items to keep. The rest will be donated to kingdom largesse.
Site Information: St. Jude the Apostle Episcopal Church (address omitted), Cupertino CA 95014
Site Fee: $10 for members, $15 for non-members, $5 ages 6 - 12, and ages 5 and under free. Family cap is $40. Make checks payable to "SCA - Province of Southern Shores”
Site opens: 10:00am - 8:00pm
Feast Tickets: Feast tickets are $10 each. Ages 5 and under free. Make checks payable to "SCA - Province of Southern Shores”
More information can be found at the event FB page: (web address omitted)
Autocrat: Apollonia Faust (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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