[Loch-Ruadh] Glaslyn Defender of the Flame & FEAST
ldycolleenokelly at yahoo.com
Sun Apr 4 12:32:33 PDT 2010
Defender of the Flame
April 23-25, 2009
Wagonmaster RV Park
3926 Fm 455 W
(For Directions See Below)
Canton of Glaslyn
We seek the strong to defend our Canton from the Ansteorran Monkey Hoard. How many can you slay? Come enjoy our Monkey Tournament and embrace your inner ape. Chivalric, Rapier, Archery & Bardic Defender of the Flame will fight for the title, in addition to the Keepers of the Flame to be chosen by the Ladies of Glaslyn.
The populace of Glaslyn wishes to invite all to attend their Defender of the Flame event to take place on April 23-25 at the Wagonmaster RV Park in Sanger, Texas. Site opens Friday at 5:00 p.m. and closes Noon Sunday. Merchants welcome.
$10 for adults, $5 for children ages 6-12 and children 5 years old and under get in free with a family max of $30. A surcharge of $3 will be added for adult non-members. Checks to be made out to SCA, Inc./Canton of Glaslyn.
Feast - $5 per person - purchased at gate. Feast will be served after court.
Minors must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. They may also attend with a 21 year or older adult with a signed and notarized Minor Event Waiver Form from the parents or guardian.
Pets allowed with current vaccinations. They must be on a leash and must be cleaned-up after. They are not allowed in buildings. No pets are to be left unattended.
NO BANANAS OR POO IS TO BE THROWN ONTO THE FIELD.
Site is wet in period containers.
If you have any questions or have special needs, feel free to contact the event stewards.
Christopher Roland Mayhews Lady Colleen O’Kelly
mka: Sam Vanderburg Jr. Mka: Keally Howell
saul244 at yahoo.com ldycolleenokelly at yahoo.com
Directions to Site:
Take your best route to I-35, exit # 478 (FM 455) go West approx. 1 mile. Wagonmaster RV Park is on the right.
A limited number of RV spots are available. Please call WagonMaster for reservations (940-458-0077) or email them at wagonmasterrvpark at juno.com
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