[OUT] Saturnalia

Come all, far and wide, and join in al-Barran's celebration of Saturnalia. The poet Catullus describes Saturnalia as the best of days, a time of celebration, visits to friends and gift giving. Join us in our feasting and reveling, be you Roman, Byzantine, Gaul, Briton, German, or any other person of good cheer. Come all, from the four corners and far reaches of the Empire, to join in our festivities!

There will be gaming in the tavern, and for the scholarly, a graffiti translation competition. There will be Middle Eastern dancing in the evening and music and revelry throughout the day. There will be some children's activities, including a mouse hunt. Craftsmen and merchants will be showing and selling their wares in our
traditional Midwinter Bazaar. There will be a feast in the Roman style of three bountiful and delicious courses of generous and (dare we hope?) epic proportions!

SATURNALIA
al-Barran Midwinter and War Practice
December 18 and 19, 2010   Albuquerque, NM

Midwinter Festivities: 

Leon Harms Youth Hall, 300 San Pedro Dr NE Albq, NM   87109

December 18, 2010     Site opens at 9:00 a.m. and closesat 10:00 p.m.

Adults:  Site and feast:  $25.00  Site only:  $15.00 7 to 17 years of age:  Site and feast:  $15.00   Site only $10.00  Children 6 and under free

War Practice:  Montgomery Park, Comanche and San Mateo, Albq, NM   87110

December 19, 2010     Practice starts at 11:00 a.m. Please try to carpool to ease parking No fee for War Practice

Autocrat:  THL Connor Graham
Feast Steward:  Ms. Cailte Caitchairn karobert@unm.edu