Re: Time to get started
- Hi there,
I am new to this group and I would be interested in helping out at
the game tent. I have a few quick questions.
Will there be a game tent during first week, or only second?
Can I bring my own period game or are there restrictions?
I may only be able to help out for a couple hours on one or two
days, will there be a schedual or can I just show up when time
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Michel Wolffauer <mike@...>
> Greetings Folks!
> It is time to start pulling things together for this year's Games
> Tent at Pennsic.
> We have a page up already on the Pennsic website, and I see we've
> attracted a few new members from it already (Welcome!) For those
> you who haven't seen it, it can be found at:fill these.
> I've had them list our hours as 9 AM to 5 PM again, Saturday to
> Friday. We also have our regular three class slots available each
> day (10 AM, 1 PM, 3 PM). More slots can be added if we manage to
> What we need right now are teachers to put together some classes.
> usually we'll fill in any of the usual classes that no one elsebest
> offers to teach.
> We need commitments from folks to help man the tent during it's
> normal hours, and we need to discuss if we want to run some
> tournaments again. Last year I believe the tournaments were the
> we've had in terms of participants. It would be cool to see thatagain.
> We are hoping to get a larger tent this year, but with Grimm's
> getting out of the rental business, we may be stuck with what ever
> Pennsic has to offer (our usual 20x20). Still we have a request
> for a 20x30.
> Any questions, please feel free to ask!
> In Service,
> Michel Wolffauer
- At 09:31 AM 3/22/2006, you wrote:
>I am new to this group and I would be interested in helping out atHowdy and welcome! What's your name and where do you hail from?
>the game tent. I have a few quick questions.
>Will there be a game tent during first week, or only second?Currently only the second week is planned. If we can get staff for
the first week we'll also just need to find out when the tent, tables
and chairs will be there.
>Can I bring my own period game or are there restrictions?You can bring your own games, no problem. The only thing we try to
avoid are modern games, although some get in as "SCA games" (Tablero
de Jesus is a notable example)
>I may only be able to help out for a couple hours on one or twoYou can just show up, but if we can schedule some ahead of time it
>days, will there be a schedual or can I just show up when time
lets the rest of us know when we are needed or not needed. In the
past though, most of this scheduling takes place at Pennsic.