[Loch-Ruadh] Lughnasad Wrap Up Revel - Where?
grainne_s at earthlink.net
Thu Aug 19 16:50:17 PDT 2004
Directions to Dunstan & Laura's please?
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From: Loch Ruadh Herald
To: loch-ruadh at ansteorra.org
Sent: 08/17/2004 10:47:13 PM
Subject: [Loch-Ruadh] SCA 101 Class and Lughnasad Wrap Up Revel
SCA 101 Class
Saturday 21 August 2004 10:00 A.M - ??:??
At Baroness Dana's
1613 Prince Court Benbrook TX
If you are new or even not so new and would like to learn more about the SCA please attend and hopefully your questions will be answered.
Officers are requested to attend this class. Dress is mundanes
At Lord Dunstan and Milady Just Laura's
Lugnasadh Wind Down Party
Revel to be held at the
English Castle of
Ld. Dunstan and his lady, Just Laura
2224 Box H Road
Start time, 6:30 ish, Saturday evening, Aug 21
Bring a Dish, your favorite beverage and a chair to sit on.
Musical instruments, song books and other bardic/revel supplies
As a fire may be fun should the temps be low enough.
period clothing optional, but you must come dressed in something.
Our house has not been child proofed. Children are welcome but parents
need to be vigilant as there are many unsafe things for small children.
Those who wish to imbibe are invited to pitch a tent in the back yard
so as not to risk life and vehicle attempting to drive home.
take I-35 south to Risinger Road.
Go west, approximately 3 miles to Crowley rd. FM713
So south, approximately 1/4 mile to Cleburne/Crowley road
(this will be right next to the CISD school bus depot)
Or you can come straight south down Crowley road (from I-20) till you
see the busses.
Turn right (west) go over RR tracks and take first left (Salorn)
Follow Salorn south and continue as it turns to the right (west)
where it then turns in to Box H Road.
Look for my device in the front yard
Red brick house with white shutters.
See you there.
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