From The Page (October, 1972):
On Sunday, October 29, the Barony of Madrone will hold an October Fete from 2:00 p.m. to dusk [dusk, we understand, is rather late in the Northern Baronies] at (address omitted) in the city of Bothell. Besides potluck feasting and imbibing of favorite potables, there will be a demonstration of equestrian skills. Tentatively at 3:00 the investiture of the Lord Protector of the Barony will take place. All participants in the Fete should bring their own equipment such as sitting implements or blankets, as well as feasting supplies. God alone knows what the weather will bring, but the grass is fine and there are rough paths in the woods, should enterprising coulles choose to explore them. (directions omitted).
From the History (by Wilhelm):
Held in Bothell, WA. There was a demonstration of equestrian skills. The Lord Protector of the Barony was invested. Castellan Liam of the Barque created the Order of the Red Branch and admitted Nyneve as the founding member. Sir Frederic of the West Tower, under the authority delegated to him by the King, knighted Jerald of Galloway.
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