From The Page (March, 1974):
Twelfth Night Revels were held in the Barony of Madrone on 5 January, autocrated by Edward of Stonehaven and Caitlin na Darc. At Prince Frederick's Court, featuring a toast to the Winter Solstice and a wish for the return of the sun, the populace learned of the appointment of Lord Robert of Winchester to the post of Herald Pursuivant to Madrone. The King and Queen of Misrule, Durance the Vile and Rosalynd, then commanded the Ordure of Motley to perform The Prince of Twelfth Night, the same play with which they had recently stunned the guests at the Seattle Art Museum's Christmas party. Despite the fact that some of those present had already witnessed the aforementioned disaster, no one left the hall. The presence of strong men-at-arms at the exits was irrelevant. Thereupon ensured feasting, dancing by those not too weighted down by gluttony, and a game of uncertain rules involving much blindfolded kissing; all participants won. After cleanup several of the more devout celebrants repaired to Lechbury Abbey for Matins; such was the fervor of their prayer that some were moved to remain until the Hour of Prime. [Some may need to be told that services in Lechbury Abbey are held in the cellars, and that Prime is whenever the sun rises.]
From the History (by Wilhelm): Held at the Meadowdale Community Club, North of Seattle, WA. Edward of Stonehaven and Caitlin na Darac autocratted. Prince Frederick and Princess Anne presided. The Ordure of Motley performed “The Prince of Twelfth Night.” After a potluck banquet Donn an Branoch (then Durance the Vile) and Rosalynd became King and Queen of Misrule. Contests were held for plum pudding and spiced wine.
Note: This was listed twice, once as "Twelfth Night Revel -- Barony of Madrone", but these were the same event, and the second one was removed from this site, as being unnecessary (the same information was provided, only less of it, in the one removed ...) -- Hirsch
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