From The Page (March, 1974):
The Province of the Mists will hold its second Annual Spring Revel on March 16, from 7 pm to midnight, in the Parish Hall of Good Shepherd Church (address omitted) in Berkeley. This revel will be the occasion of a Court of Love, to be conducted by a guest of the Province, and the second annual Poetry Contest. The subject of poems for the contest is "the beloved". The winner of the poetry contest is entitled to wear a handsome medallion for the year intervening until the next contest; last year's winner was Mistress Karina of the Far West, who plans to defend her award.
Refreshments must be pot luck; there is a small kitchen at Good Shepherd with a stove and refrigerator, but please do consult with the seneschals before planning to use these. Dishes in honour of Spring are most appropriate. For further information call the Seneschals, Master Andrei de Sevastopol and Mistress Gormflait ni Cuallachta (contact info omitted).
From the History (by Wilhelm):
Held in the Parish Hall of Good Shepherd Church, Berkeley. Andrei de Sevastopol and Gormflait ni Cuallachta were the autocrats. There was a court of love and the Second Annual Poetry Contest.
Description of this event,
© Copyright 1980 by William R. Keyes (Wilhelm von Schlüssel)
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