[Loch-soilleir] Fighter practice location
Baronman at aol.com
Baronman at aol.com
Wed Dec 10 21:28:30 PST 2008
This isn't for the Walter Hall Park but for League City Park ( the Railroad
May I propose that perhaps fighter practice be held at the League City Park
until such time in the spring or the summer, that it be moved to Walter Hall
park, when the amount of daylight would permit evening practice.
League Park like any other park in the city is a public park. You are more
than welcome to come and use these public facilities with no fees. However,
if you choose to reserve the park for your group, a rental agreement is
needed with reservation fees associated for certain parts of the park. League
Park is open from 6am-10pm.
Director of Parks & Cultural Services
City of League City
In a message dated 12/5/2008 7:48:17 A.M. Central Standard Time, Baronman
Mr. Chien Wei
Director, Parks and Cultural Services
Thank you for getting back to me so promptly concerning the use of Walter
Hall park. I have sent several emails and tried to call the Galveston county
park authority, but they have chosen not to respond back.
My next question is if League City park would be available for use on
Tuesday evenings from 7 to 10? We would only need a small space for
approximately 10 to 15 people and would be respectful of the park and its facilities.
This would be a year long, weekly meeting with several members practicing
Medieval martial arts similar to and as found at the Renaissance Festival.
Our groups name is the Society for Creative Anachronism out of Milpitas CA.
We have approximately 50 to 60 local members here in the Clear Lake- League
City region. I have sent several web sites, one local , one state wide and
one national to show our focus and background.
Thank you for your consideration
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