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30 July 2014

The TWII is scared of fire.

Upcoming Events:

  • Wed 30 Jul: Rapier and Armored Combat Fighter Practices (Unofficial)  (6:00pm; Girsh Park, near the corner of Phelps and Pacific Oaks)
  • Fri 1 Aug – Sun 3 Aug: St. Corrigan’s Day (Canton of Gallavally / Mountain Center, CA) — https://www.facebook.com/events/1465380487007378/
  • Tue 5 Aug: Shire Meeting (6:30pm; Todde and Mora’s house)
  • Tue 5 Aug: Isles Craft Night (7:30pm; Todde and Mora’s house)
  • Wed 6 Aug: Rapier and Armored Combat Fighter Practices (Unofficial)  (6:00pm; Girsh Park, near the corner of Phelps and Pacific Oaks)
  • Sat 9 Aug: Leodamus of Thebes Tourney (Calafia / La Jolla, CA) — http://bit.ly/1nUAHh3
  • Sat 9 Aug: Academia (Nordwache / Fresno, CA) — http://bit.ly/1nUAB96

Last Week

Sunday was an Etching & Enameling Workshop led by Countess Jane and Baron Cormac Mor. A full continent of Islesians spent the day shaking, polishing, painting, firing, and grinding copper and brass medallions.

On Tuesday, the Shire reorganized its storage facility, buying a new shelving unit and relocating all of its belongings to Constanza and Delphine’s garage. Thank you to everyone who came out and helped.

 

This Week

There are events in Calafia and Nordwache on Saturday. Is anyone going to either of them?

 

Further Away & Other Bits

Crown Tournament will be held on August 16th in the Barony of Altavia, at Veterans’ Park in Sylmar, CA, to find Heirs for Their Majesties Agrippa and Bridget.

Pre-registration for Great Western War (October 8-13 in Wintermist/Taft, CA) is available until August 31st.  Have you pre-registered yet? There is an Isles camp that’s open to all residents and friends of Isles.  http://caid-gww.org/

Upcoming Events near Isles or otherwise of interest:

 

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 a depiction of the conception of Alexander the Great.