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

Johnna Holloway johnna at sitka.engin.umich.edu
Mon Oct 22 14:19:26 PDT 2007

Why is it always Known World Cooks and Bards and not Cooks and Brewers
or Cooks and Ironworkers?

Where? When? Handicapped accessible with good to great kitchen facilities.
Nearby close hotels for those that can't camp or bunk in.

The announcement for a previous KWC/B is still up at:
That might be of help.


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

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