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7407Re: [SCA-JML] Japanese Event in Atlantia

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  • Ii Saburou
    Mar 6, 2002
      No! If I didn't have a naginata committment I would be there. Grrrr....

      If the dates of the Naginata seminar get changed I'll make it down.
      <hmmm... must finish helmet...>

      -Ii

      On Wed, 6 Mar 2002 Takedasama@... wrote:

      >
      > FLYER:
      > April 19-21 - Feast of the Dragon IV: The Dragon Goes East
      > St. Georges Canton, Sunset SC
      >
      > Site :
      > This year's site is the beautiful Camp Thornwell, 435 Sugar Likker Rd.,
      > Sunset, SC, 29685, with both cabin and tent camping available. The theme
      > for this year's events will be the dragons of Japan.
      >
      > A&S Activities:
      > There will be competitions in the following categories:
      > Japanese Paper Arts - Fans, Kites, Japanese Calligraphy etc.
      > Japanese Fiber Arts- weaving, garments, braiding etc.
      > Other Japanese - woodworking, metal working, live performance etc.
      > Additionally there will be time set aside for a kite flying competiton.
      >
      > Martial Activities:
      > The martial activities will follow the theme, there will be a KyuDo (archery)
      > competition and a heavy Tournament to be fought with no Shields, ALL Weapons
      > Will Be treated as single edged! Only the following weapons/form will be
      > allowed. Katana, Tachi, No-Dachi (two-handed sword) Niten, (twosword)
      > Naginata or Ono (Polearm / Poleaxe), Masakari (Axe-single handed)
      >
      > Merchanting:
      > Space will be available on a first-come first-served basis, but there should
      > be plenty of outside space.
      >
      > Children:
      > We are planning a schedule of children's activities for at least part of the
      > day.
      >
      > Feast:
      > A delightful Japanese style feast will be prepared by Lady Jacquetta Edington
      > of Yorkshire. You may Contact Lady Jacquetta with dietary concerns at:
      > Djacquetta1@....
      >
      > Cost:
      > Onsite In Cabin $15 (there are 48 beds available, first come, first serve),
      > Onsite Tenting $10, Daytrip $3, Feast $5, Onsite reservations discounted $2
      > if received by April 11, 2002
      >
      > Reservations:
      > Reservations and questions should be directed to Lord Takeda Yoshinaka,
      > (Andrew M. Dutschke) 308 Earle Road, Central, SC 29630 (864) 639 - 0825 (NLT
      > 10pm)
      > takedasama@...
      >
      > Autocrat: Lord Johann von Rothenburg (John Gahrmann), twosword@...
      >
      > Directions:
      > >From the North: Take your best route to Hwy 11 South. You will travel for a
      > long way. Turn Right onto Hwy 178. Go 4.7 miles and turn Right onto Sugar
      > Likker Road. (There is a sign for Camp Thornwell) Site is 1 mile at the end
      > of that road. Follow the signs for Parking and Troll.
      >
      > >From the South: Take your best route to Hwy 11 South. You will travel for a
      > long way. Turn Left onto Hwy 178. Go 4.7 miles and turn Right onto Sugar
      > Likker Road. (There is a sign for Camp Thornwell) Site is 1 mile at the end
      > of that road. Follow the signs for Parking and Troll.
      >
      > >From Pickens, SC: Take Hwy 178 North. Go 8.6 miles to the stop sign at Hwy
      > 11. Go straight across and go another 4.7 miles. Turn Right onto Sugar Likker
      > Road. (There is a sign for Camp Thornwell) Site is 1 mile at the end of that
      > road. Follow the signs for Parking and Troll.
      >
      >
      >
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      >
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