WR - Need Sentinel info
lmahagan at earthlink.net
Mon Oct 2 17:35:18 PDT 2000
I have a question. Is the consort for the rapier tournaments required to be
present? Mine happens to be in London right now, but I'd really like to fight.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jeremy Ketchersid <vonhalberstadt at hotmail.com>
> To: bonwicke at ansteorra.org <bonwicke at ansteorra.org>
> Date: Monday, October 02, 2000 4:32 PM
> Subject: WR - Need Sentinel info
> >Where is Sentinel being held at? I need directions if it is not at the
> >Sweetwater site. Site and feast fee too. Anyone else not get their Black
> >Star yet?
> Here's the announcement and some further directions after that.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: susan m galindo <lilystar at juno.com>
> To: Bonwicke at ansteorra.org <Bonwicke at ansteorra.org>
> Cc: Ansteorra at ansteorra.org <Ansteorra at ansteorra.org>
> Date: Monday, August 28, 2000 11:24 PM
> Subject: WR - Sentinel XV - Shire of Blacklake
> >Blacklake will be hosting its Fifteenth Annual Sentinel Tournament on
> >October 6-8th, 2000.
> >DEFENDER TOURNEY - will warm up with a delightful game of viking
> >football. Each round will host a different weapon style -single
> >RAPIER TOURNEY - double elimination with role playing being the key to
> >this tournament.
> >Must have a consort to enter both of these tournaments.
> >MONGO GAMES - Once again Mongo will surprise us with his highland games.
> >Also bring your games for challenges and gambling purposes. Mongo
> >welcomes a good challenge.
> >CLASSES - Ladies bring your sewing, needlework, weaving, spinning or
> >other work for the ladies circle/discussions. Various classes will be
> >taught throughout the day. If you would like to teach a class please
> >contact the steward.
> >ARTS & SCIENCES - Full costume/clothing competition (accessories
> >included). It must have been made by you and documentation required. It
> >shall be worn by you during the feast. Children are welcome to enter.
> >BARDIC - Must compete in two of the four categories:
> >story, song, poem or musical instrument
> >SITE: Andrews County Park, off of Hwy. 385, Andrews, Texas, between
> >Lubbock and Odessa, Texas. Site opens at 5:30 p.m., Friday and closes at
> >1:00 p.m. on Sunday.
> >SITE IS DRY! No ground fires are permitted. All pets must be kept on a
> >leash at all times
> >and have rabies papers presented at gate upon arrival. NO EXCEPTIONS!
> >Site fee: $7.00 Children (6 to 12) half price
> >Limit one tent per family. Any extra tents will be required to pay an
> >extra tent fee. RVs
> >are $10.00. Minors must be accompanied by a parent/legal guardian. They
> >may also attend with a 21 year or older adult with a signed and notarized
> >Minor Event Waiver Form from their parents.
> >Lord Sigrun will prepare a sumptous feast. Feast fees: $6.00 Children
> >half price.
> >Please make all reservations to the feast-o-crat.
> >Make all checks payable to: SCA Inc./Shire of Blacklake
> >Steward: Feast:
> >HL Adelaide Walcheman Lord Sigrun inn Harfagri
> >Susan Galindo - Mount Joe LIght
> >(915)332-6466 (915)552-0350
> >lilystar at juno.com joelight at cableone.net
> and from Abilene, the rest of it<G>.
> shortest route is gonna be 176 that cuts from Big Spring right straight up
> into Andrews. It should cut quite a bit off from coming straight to Odessa
> and then going north.
> I am not mistaken 176 hits right in the middle of Andrews. You should come
> in past a small hotel and the fire station. When you get to the big light
> with the two service stations/stores, that is 385 and you will turn North
> (right). The site is 7 miles north of town. It is called Flory Park or
> Andrews County Park...depends on which sign they are using this year. It
> sits off the road to the RIGHT...you can't miss it. ONly thing with TREES
> for miles. It is off the main highway on a paved road about a mile.
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