The Marche of Three Towers presents the Oaken Regional Cooking and Bardic Symposium. Join us as the cooks and bards of the kingdom share knowledge, discuss and learn new techniques (and old techniques), share recipes, and, of course, eat.
The site is partially handicapped accessible; there will be activities on all floors, with an elevator between.
Adult received by 3/18/11 $3.00 At the door: $4.00
8 - 16 received by 3/18/11 $1.50 At the door: $2.00
Under 8: Free At the door: Free
An additional $5.00 charge applies to all adult non-member admissions.
Pre-registration must be received by the gatekeeper no later than 3/18/11
For the bardic track, I am offering a new format: teachers will have the choice of a traditional one-hour time slot, or a longer slot that will begin after lunch and extend through the afternoon at the teacher's
discretion. Be generous in your interpretation of what is "bardic". (History? Latin?)
We hope this allows for getting more into depth and hands-on. For example, you might teach the rudiments of an instrument or do a performance workshop with several students.
This is a small and flexible event; accommodations can be made for many activities and schedules. A full day session may be possible if the teacher wishes.
Please consider sharing your knowledge and talents with the North Oaken region at this relaxed and enjoyable event!
Lady Ursula the Widow firstname.lastname@example.org
From points northeast and east:
Take your best route to I-71 and US-30 east of Mansfield, OH. Proceed west on US-30 about 8 miles to US-42. Take US-42 north toward Ashland. St. Timothy's will be on the right about 100 yards from the exit.
From Points north, west, and south:
Take your best route to US-42 and US-30 just east of Mansfield, OH. Proceed north on US-42 toward Ashland. St. Timothy's will be on the right about 100 yards from the exit.
Note: The church is NORTH of US-30, regardless of what the online mapping services show. Sometimes they get it right, sometimes not.
Parking is around back, but Troll will be upstairs in the Narthex. The site is not completely handicapped-accessible. For those who have trouble negotiating stairs, you may park in front and come to the front (north) door. This leads directly into the Narthex, where there is an elevator to the Fellowship Hall.