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Perfectly Period Feast (Boulder Creek, CA)

Saturday March 9th, 2013 to Sunday March 10th, 2013

The year is 1579 and you are invited to spend the weekend at the Aureli villa,  located on the banks of the Po River just outside the city of Ferrara. The Viscontessa has planned a lavish feast for her royal guests and their entourage, showcasing the talents of the cooks, musicians, singers and dancers under her patronage.  

Site Information: Camp Krem, 102 Brook Lane, Boulder Creek, CA  95006

Site open: Friday 4:00 p.m. Site close: Sunday at Noon

Site fee:  Feasters - $45 (plus $5 NMS), Staff - $20 (plus $5 NMS), Bed and Breakfast - $35. Checks should be made payable to “SCA- Kingdom of the West”  Tickets are available through ACCEPS, or by sending a check to the autocrat.  Due to the nature of this event & the limited space available, only prepaid tickets are available.  No tickets will be sold at the door.

Autocrat and Reservations: Mistress Rose De la Mans

Website: Perfectly Period Feast

Directions:  From Santa Cruz & points south: take your best route to Highway 9 & head north toward Boulder Creek; continue from ***.  From San Jose and points north:  take your best route to Highway 17, heading south toward Santa Cruz.  From Highway 17, take the Mt. Hermon / Glen Canyon Road Exit. Go right on Mt. Hermon Road & follow until you reach a T-intersection at Graham Hill Roadd.  Turn right.  Two blocks down at the next signal, turn right again onto Highway 9 & follow it for six miles into the town of Boulder Creek. ***In Boulder Creek you will come to a stop sign at the intersection of Hwy 9 & Hwy 236 (also called Big Basin Way).  The gas station there is the only one in town.  Turn left on Big Basin Way. In about 1.5 miles you will see some flashing yellow lights where the road makes a sharp left over a small "bridge".  Immediately after this, on the left, you will see the Camp Krem sign.  Turn  left on the Camp Krem road (the one to the left of the sign).  The drive is narrow & winding, so please use caution & beep your horn at blind corners to let people know you're coming (vehicles going uphill have the right of way).