[Ansteorra-announce] Great Western War XI
THLord Matheus Reyner
Matheus at argentandsable.com
Fri May 16 06:58:20 PDT 2008
The campaign starts at your local war,
The quest leads to Pennsic,
And the war session ends upon the battle fields of Caid, at the..
GREAT WESTERN WAR XI
October 8-13, 2008
Visit the Wars website for complete details. www.CAID-GWW.org
Schedules and descriptions for the Armored Combat fields (both battles and
tournaments) are now available: http://caid-gww.org/armored_combat.php
Arts and Sciences
It is not too early to consider teaching a class or two at Great Western War
XI. If you are interested in teaching, please fill out the class proposal
form, and email it to Lady Elyn de Haoucmore, Arts and Sciences Steward at
arts at caid-gww.org . Please note that the deadline for class submissions is
August 10, 2008. http://caid-gww.org/arts_sciences.php
Planning a wedding or other special event at GWW XI? Do you want to host a
tourney, party, or event that will be open to the general populace? Do you
want a little more advertising for it? Please contact Lady Catherine
Ainsdale of Lancashire, Special Events Steward, specialevent at caid-gww.org
for details. http://caid-gww.org/special_events.php
Pre-registration will be open from June 1 through August 31st. Any
pre-registration postmarked after August 31, 2008 will be returned to the
sender. Please do not send anything requiring a signature as it will not be
Details for bringing horses to CA and the Equestrian Schedule are available.
Water Bearing: Donations Needed
Donations of Oranges, Pickles, Powdered Gatorade, and Shoulder Bags for the
two-liter bottles would be greatly appreciated. With this in mind...
You've heard the old saying that "many hands make light work." Please
consider donating a few hours of your time to volunteer at the war. In
addition to helping to make it a memorable event you will earn a monetary
donation to your favorite SCA territory.
Schedules and descriptions for the Rapier Combat fields (both battles and
tournaments) are now available. http://caid-gww.org/rapier_combat.php
"Known as the "Queen's Sport," hound coursing was enjoyed throughout the
middle ages by royalty and nobles alike. People would follow the hunt on
horseback or watch from the ground, cheering on their favorite hounds as
they darted and dashed in pursuit of the hare.
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