From The Page (April/May, 1972):
VERY BELATED ANNOUNCEMENTS FROM THE BARONY OF MADRONE
The Barony of Madrone will hold a Spring Tourney on April 29 in the University of Washington Arboretum. Set-up from 10:30, events begin at noon, and decamping and clean-up half an hour before dusk. Activities will include medieval games, weapons instruction, initiation and practice for prospective fighters leading to eliminations and challenges; skits by the Order of Motley; dancing; juggling; wenching race; balls (no, this is a forerunner of lawn bowling); stilt races. (directions omitted)
From the History (by Wilhelm):
Held in Ravenna Park, Seattle, WA. Edward the Curious and Duncan of Chisholm were the autocrats.
Description of this event,
© Copyright 1980 by William R. Keyes (Wilhelm von Schlüssel)
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