I always thought (feared?) that the medieval equivalent of banjos might be shawms, or the hurdy-gurdy -- they both have that same beloved nerve-jangling aspect!
Sone (pretty much lifellong fan of banjos, as well as of other nerve-jangling musicks.)
From: AndreAllen@aol. com
To: Ayreton@yahoogroups .com
Sent: Thu, Nov 5, 2009 12:22 pm
Subject: Re: [Ayreton] Re: Ayreton Carnivale 2010 Event Bids Due this Sunday November 8, 2009
Yeah, if'n no one in the "barony" wants it us folks out here in the boonies will have to snap it up (can you hear the banjos now?)
Howdy All -
I still have not gotten any emails expressing interest for running the event.
Henry was good to pass on some information on a possible site:
And if you are thinking about wanting a camping event the calendar looks good
for the first weekend of June.
Also - if you are interested and not sure how to go about running an event -
please talk to me. I'll be happy to mentor anyone who wants to run an event
(this event or any other for that matter) and I have some good resources that
can help answer your questions if you have not run an event before.
See everyone this weekend for All Souls on Saturday and the the potluck and
Business Meeting Sunday.
--- In Ayreton@yahoogroups .com, "young_happy" <philipwhite@ ...> wrote:
> Greetings All!
> Please submit any event bids for Ayreton Carnivale 2010 by this weekend,
Sunday November 8, 2009.
> We have not set a date or location for Carnivale next year so please include
where and when you would like to run the event. Please also include as many
details as possible to help us better consider your proposal.
> If you are unable to attend the meeting please email me your bid to me by
Sunday morning so that it can be included at the Baronial Business Meeting for
> Your Servant to Command,
> ~Philip White, Ayreton Seneschal
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