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25 June 2014

The TWII needs to decide what to do for Pentathlon.

Upcoming Events:

  • Wed 25 Jun: Isles Rapier and Armored Combat Fighter Practices (NEW Time & Location! 6:00pm; Girsh Park, near the corner of Phelps and Pacific Oaks)
  • Sat 28 Jun: Gyldenholt Anniversary (Fountain Valley, CA) —
  • Sun 29 Jun: A&S Fair / Pentathlon Q&A Session (1pm; Todde and Mora’s house)
  • Tue 1 Jul: Shire Meeting (6:30pm; Todde and Mora’s house)
  • Tue 1 Jul: Isles Craft Night (7:30pm; Todde and Mora’s house)
  • Wed 2 Jul: Isles Rapier and Armored Combat Fighter Practices (6:00pm; Girsh Park, near the corner of Phelps and Pacific Oaks)

Last Week

Carreg Wen Anniversary was Saturday in Lompoc. It was a small but energetic event. If you have questions about it, talk to Delphine, Gwen, or Paul.


This Week

Gyldenholt Anniversary is on Saturday, June 28. It sounds like a small contingent from Isles will be attending, particularly because there will be archery. If you’re look to carpool, post to the list.

There will be an A&S Fair / Pentathlon Q&A Session with Mistress Caterucia at 1pm on Sunday, June 29 at Todde & Mora’s house.  Discussion topics will include selecting projects, writing documentation, and how judging works.  See the Pentathlon Handbook for the list of project categories and rules for entry.

The monthly Shire Meeting is Tuesday, July 1, at 6:30 PM at Todde & Mora’s house. Please send any business you have to discuss to Delphine so she can put it on the agenda. Rumor has it that some people will be bringing period food for tasting.


Further Away & Other Bits

Another Isles Brew Day is tentatively scheduled for Sunday, July 13th. Contact Paul if you would like to make something.

Pre-registration for Great Western War (October 8-13 in Wintermist/Taft, CA) is available until August 31st.  There is an Isles camp.  Pre-registration ensures there will be more space in our camp, so please pre-register if you plan to attend.

Upcoming Events near Isles or otherwise of interest:


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