Cynagua Fall Coronet

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Words from Zaid and Louise, Prince and Princess of Cynagua: We would welcome all in Cynagua to join us upon the Coronet Field to witness great deeds of Chivalry, Valor, and Marshal Prowess in hopes of achieving the Coronets of Cynagua. We have traveled through many of Our Lands and have seen blade being sharpened, and muscle being tested in preparation for Coronet. All wishing to enter Cynaguan Coronet List please help enrich the field with pennants for display so all may know you.

We will be holding our silent auction of Cynaguan Guard Baldrics that are being retired Friday and Saturday. Those gaining one of these baldrics will be announced during the Princess' Tea on Sunday. Benefits from this auction will be held to save some pictorial history of Cynagua's earliest years.

Saturday evening we invite all of the land to partake in Cynagua's traditional Halloween Trick or Treating with appropriate ! Halloween Attire around the eric. We would also like to invite our Successors and their Honored Final Round Opponent to join us in dinner hosted by Our Guard.

On Sunday, we will be sponsoring a Toys for Tots Tournament in which the entry will be a toy to be presented to the Toy for Tots Program. This tournament will coincide with the Princess' Tea. During the Princess' tea an exhibit of the Coronets of Cynagua will be held with the history of the various Coronets and some of those who have worn them.

In Closing, we eagerly look forward to all the faces hoping to witness Cynagua at its finest. We also ask that any who wish to camp on the eric to please understand that in doing so, you are committing to keeping camp up until the close of court on Sunday.

Long Live Cynagua!
Zaid and Louise
Prince and Princess

Site Information:
Site opens Friday at 1pm and closes Sunday at 4pm. Site fee is $10 for members, $13 for non-members, $7 for children ages 5-12, children under 5 are free. Archer is allowed on the site. Merchants are welcome on-site early as 11 am on Friday; please contact the Merchant Coordinator for more information. Dogs MUST be leashed and attended at ALL times. A City Noise Ordinance takes effect at 10pm. There will be a noisy end of camp. RV's: There are a few RV sites available on first-come, first-serve basis. Electricity/water is available; however, there will be an additional per night charge for hookups. Please reserve in advance with the Autocrat.

Autocrat: Lady Gracye of Guthrie ladygracyeofguthrie@comcast.net
Merchant Coordinator: Marcus Stonegrinder grinder@accessbee.com

Directions:
Yolo County Fairgrounds
From the North: Take I-5 South to Woodland Exit for East St. Downtown Woodland. (Exit is also Hwy 113 North Yuba City) and turn Left at the light onto East St. Proceed to the fourth light and turn left onto Gum Ave, then turn right at the large blue and white sign that says Yolo County Fairgrounds. From the South and East: I-5 North to Woodland Exit for Main St. Downtown Woodland and turn left at the light on Main St. Proceed to the 6th light and turn left onto East St. go to the next light and turn left on Gum Ave. then turn right at the large blue and white sign that says Yolo County Fairgrounds. From the West: Take I-80 to Davis and Exit for Hwy 113 North to Woodland. Go about 7 miles and Exit for Woodland Main St. Turn Left at the light onto Main St. Proceed to the fourth light and turn left onto East St (if you cross the RR track! s you 'v e gone too far) go to the next light and turn left onto Gum Ave then turn right at the l arge blue and white sign that says Yolo County Fairgrounds. Location:
Principality of Cynagua (Woodland, California)