Held where? And when? The Mistress of the Arts sponsored a pie contest. The winner was Cerise of the Mill. She was awarded a small scroll lettered by Robert of Redstone. Ingeniously, he had decided that the award should be a recipe for a meat pye from the fifteenth century. David of Castlewhyte sang his Song of Sunset, written in penitence and dedicated to the Chatelaine, Cheryl of Castlewhyte. The House of Gad provided puppetry. Winn Star recited a number of his Twentieth Century works.
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