ANST - ANST: Doing a Demo
Warren T. Klinger
bentnose at juno.com
Mon Mar 30 17:06:54 PST 1998
As to hosting a SCA demo, the fighters who do the fighting are covered by
their authorization cards and waivers. It is recommended that you have
them sign waivers there as well, but is not required. If you want to do
equestrian, you must have all the necessary paperwork just like an event.
Mendersham is doing one on May 16, (yes the same weekend as Kingdom
Dance and Squires) but that was when Wal-mart wanted it done. If you can
come, we can show you want needs to be done otherwise, it just like an
Ld. Angus Duncan Cameron
On Mon, 30 Mar 1998 13:05:47 -0600 (CST) The Great Grey Skwid
<skwid at utdallas.edu> writes:
>I posted this both here and to the Rialto, so my apologies to those
>read both for the excess bandwidth
>Several of my friends and myself have recently formed a student
>organization at our university with the goal of fostering interest in,
>lack of a better term, pre-industrial times. The group is not
>any organization and has members from several (ie. SCA, Amtgard, as
>as general interest folks).
>As something which our group might sponsor to raise interest I
>SCA demo. This idea was very well recieved, but in truth I know
>of hosting such a demo, and there are issues WRT insurance in case of
>injury to participants (the event would be most likely to be held
>Anyone who has participated in such a demo, and especially those who
>helped to plan one, I would appreciate any useful information which
>I am also particularly interested in references to any demos _ever_
>on a UT campus.
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