- Greetings, milady. You don t need to be pre-registered for the event. Classes are included in the cost of the site fee, though a couple of them haveMessage 1 of 4 , Nov 4, 2010View SourceGreetings, milady.You don't need to be pre-registered for the event. Classes are included in the cost of the site fee, though a couple of them have additional materials fees. I do recommend you get there early if you want to sit for feast, though, since feast seating is limited and it's already half-sold out.Period attire is required all day. If you don't currently have any, there will be free loaner garb available from the Gold Key booth.Hope to see you there!
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From: ann_colormyworld <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thu, November 4, 2010 10:25:23 PM
Subject: [Ayreton] Re: MKHSS at All Soul's Class Schedule!
We were the new people at the last VW moot. We'd like to attend Saturday's All Souls Day.
Can we attend classes if we haven't pre-registered?
Are period clothes required during the classes or only for the feast?
--- In Ayreton@yahoogroups.com, Jill Elaine Hughes <jillhughes2@...> wrote:
> Dear all:
> PLEASE CIRCULATE/REPOST WIDELY!!
> This should be posted to the All Soul's website very soon, but I've been getting
> a lot of requests from people for the finished schedule (SORRY for the delay!)
> so I am also circulating it widely via email. The schedule is attached; full
> class descriptions are already available on the All Soul's event page at
> MKHSS is shaping up to be a great day for scribal and heraldic classes; we have
> 22 hours of classes on all things heraldic and scribal scheduled! We also have
> 2 hours of general A&S classes scheduled. There's something for everyone, being
> taught by some of the best heralds and scribes in the kingdom! Plus, we'll
> have a heraldic consulting table staffed for most of the day for those gentles
> seeking help with name/device submissions, as well as an open scribal
> roundtable, where scribes can work on/display scrolls and get Q&A help from
> scribal experts. Come one, come all! The event site also has suggestions on
> where to stay (local hotels), as well as a crash space contact. All Soul's also
> will feature merchants, children's activities, a "jaguar hunt" heavy weapons
> tournament, a music concert, and one of the best feasts to be had anywhere in
> the Midrealm.
> Hope to see you at this exciting event!
> Marissa de Courette, Vanished Wood Pursuiviant
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- Ann (and any others out there asking the same questions)-- ABSOLUTELY you can attend classes if you haven t pre-registered. The big advantage ofMessage 2 of 4 , Nov 5, 2010View SourceAnn (and any others out there asking the same questions)--
ABSOLUTELY you can attend classes if you haven't pre-registered. The big advantage of pre-registering is that you are guaranteed a feast ticket (well, and feast is 2 dollars a person cheaper). However, no one is pre-registered for any particular classes that I know of. So, please come, attend classes, have lunch, listen to a wonderful concert in the sanctuary, attend Court with Her Excellency our Baroness of Ayreton, and sit feast if you so desire. Don't have garb? Not a problem. Our most excellent chatelaine, Twm ap Twm will be providing the Canton's Gold Key (aka loaner garb).
We look forward to seeing you :-)
Your friendly neighborhood Troll (person who checks you in),