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26 March 2014

The TWII hopes it doesn’t sound like that.

Upcoming Events:

  • Wed 26 Mar: Isles Rapier and Armored Combat Fighter Practices (7:00pm; Theatre & Dance Courtyard at UCSB)
  • Sat 29 Mar: Gallavally/Al-Sahid Anniversaries (Al-Sahid / Victorville, CA) —
  • Tue 1 Apr: Shire Meeting (6:30 pm; Rusty’s Pizza, 270 Storke Road, Goleta, CA)
  • Tue 1 Apr: Isles Craft Night (7:30pm; Todde and Mora’s house)
  • Wed 2 Apr: Isles Rapier and Armored Combat Fighter Practices (7:00pm; Theatre & Dance Courtyard at UCSB)
  • Fri 4 Apr – Sun 6 Apr: King’s Hunt (Carreg Wen / Live Oak Campground) —

Last Week

Last week’s Campfire Songs of Caid drew a double-handful of attendees. Many thanks to Lady Delphine for pulling together lyrics for so many songs.

Collegium Caidis was last weekend in Lyondemere. The Honorable Lady Mora, Don Todde, and Lord Paul each taught a session; Countess Jane, Lady Delphine, Lady Gwen, Lord Lodovico, and Hette also enjoyed the two days of classes. If you learned something that you’re interested in sharing in a future Arts & Sciences class, please let Gwen know.


This Week

The monthly Shire Meeting is next Tuesday, at Rusty’s Pizza on Storke at 6:30pm.

Is anyone going to Gallavally/Al-Sahid Anniversaries on Saturday?


Further Away & Other Bits

King’s Hunt, hosted by the Shire of Carreg Wen, is on April 4-6 at Live Oak Campground. It’s a great event that’s just twenty minutes from us, so everyone is encouraged to attend (even if just for the day on Saturday). If you are planning on going, would like to go, or have questions, please contact Paul. If you would like to attend the feast, make a reservation soon. Their Royal Highnesses Agrippa and Bridget will be in attendance, and the Shire of the Isles is planning on making a presentation; if you would like to contribute something, talk to Paul.

The Shire has a Facebook Group, for those who are so inclined to discuss things there.

Interested in unofficial but helpful Isles announcements and a bit of snark? Follow the Red Tower on Twitter: @SingTheRedTower.

Your reward for reading all the way to the end is the answer to the question “What does a 500-year-old song found on a butt in hell sound like?