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Ravenshore Yule Feast of Beasts (Clearlake Oaks, CA)

Saturday December 15th, 2012 to Sunday December 16th, 2012

Saturday, December 15, 2012

Ravenshore Yule Feast of Beasts - Shire of Ravenshore (Clearlake Oaks, CA)
The fair shire of Ravenshore has a rich variety of creatures and critters, so this year, the beasts will be featured in the Yule feast! There will be a beastly food contest. You can make your own “food art” version of a real or mythical beast. There will be contests for the best looking & tasting beasts! Since this event is a potluck, bring your best looking creature creation. Period plausible food is encouraged. Make it look like a real period creature, or even a mythical monster. There will also be a contest for beastly artisans. Whether you make a costume, give a bardic performance, or you craft a clay critter, we welcome all beast themed art to go on display. Please make sure all the creatures and beasts you use are period or period plausible creatures. Written documentation and “hunting” stories are not required for contests, but they do give you “extra points.” There will be a silent auction to help raise money for the shire. If you would like to donate an item, please contact the autocrat.
Site information: Spring Valley Community Center. 3000 Wolf Creek Road, Clearlake Oaks, CA 95423.
Autocrat Info: Colette de Navarre
Site open: 2:00 p.m. Site close: 11:00 p.m. Food contests will begin at 4:00 p.m., with feasting beginning around 5:00 p.m..
Site Fee: Free! It is a potluck, so bring a dish to share, even if you do not enter it into the contest
Directions: Take your best rout to Highway 20. Exit New Long Valley Road. (New Long Valley, is actually about 3 miles outside the town of Clearlake Oaks. If you are heading east on 20 you will pass the town, if you are heading west on 20, you will hit New Long Valley before you enter the town of Clearlake Oaks). Drive 3 miles down New Long Valley Road, then turn right onto Spring Valley Road. Drive .9 of a mile, then turn right onto Wolf Creek. The community center will be just to your left past the one lane bridge, about .2 of a mile.