[Sca-cooks] Activities for a hypothetical Known World Cooks/Bards

Kean Gryffyth kad.dsl at verizon.net
Mon Oct 22 13:57:07 PDT 2007

Gretchen Beck wrote:
> Hi folks,
> I'm mentoring on a bid for a known world cooks and bards symposium, (we're 
> in the process of constructing one, don't know whether it will be accepted) 
> and I was hoping to pick the brains of this group a little. Right now, the 
> proposal is for a long weekend at a campground with food/bunk space and 
> space for tent camping. What I'm lookiing for information on right now is:
> What sorts of activities would you be interested in outside of classes -- 
> particularly in the evenings. Bards are easy, they circle and sing 
> :-)..But, what do cooks do in a camp where the bards are circling and 
> singing?
> Thanks much! If the bid is accepted, I'm sure we'll be back asking about 
> classes, workshops, activities around the Pennsic/Pittsburgh area.
> toodles, margaret
> _______________________________________________

Hmm... bards appreciate being fed while circling and singing (well, 
while listening to another sing. Feeding while singing gets messy.) so 
perhaps a "Bring your best dish to feed the bards" type of thing?


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