March 29 - 31, 2013
West Coast Culinary Symposium - Kingdom of An Tir (Sandy, OR)
West Coast Culinary Symposium is a chance for like-minded enthusiastic people to get together and share their love and knowledge of period foods and cooking practices. We are looking to share not only the recipes and methods of old, but also the delicious results! Our guests will be comfortably lodged in cabins with access to several on-site kitchens as well as outdoor cooking areas. Please visit our website for more information on lodging, the class schedule and site.
Site Information: Camp Namanu, 10300 SE Camp Namanu Road, Sandy, OR 97055
Lodging: As of now, the primary facilities we will be making use of will be:
- Ginny’s Lodge
- Blue Wing Quad
- The Sherwood Cabins
If you are coming with a group, and all of your attendees pre-register, you are eligible to request joint lodging as available. Please contact Iuliana de la Sara to make any requests by no later than March 1st, 2013.
Event Hours: See updated info on website
Site Fees: Adult Weekend (ages 18 & up)- $80 (includes lodging); Minor Weekend (ages 10 to 17)- $40 (includes lodging); Daytrip Only w/Food Included- $20; Daytrip Only without Food- $10; NMS- $5. Pre-Registration is now open, please do so at ACCEPS
Autocrat: Ana de la Sara
Co-Autocrat: HL Jose Cabrera de Castilla
Directions: From Portland, go east on Interstate 84/US 30 E (Banfield freeway) to Wood Village Exit 16. Turn right (south) and go up the hill (becomes 242nd) until you come to Burnside (2.8 miles). Turn left onto Burnside. You will come to the Powell Valley Junction (0.7 miles). Continue through it and you will be on Highway 26. Stay on Highway 26 through the town of Sandy, in the left lane. Get into the left turn late at the light by the Arco Station - a green sign says “Bull Run-Dodge Park.” Camp Namanu is approximately 4.3 miles from this point. Turn left and go down the hill and follow the Ten Eyck Road signs. There are several hairpin turns; be careful to read signs. At the Roslyn Lake Reservoir make a sharp right turn onto the Bull Run Road. Wind down the hill and across the Bull Run River. After crossing the Bull Run River, take the next left turn, which is approximately 0.25 mile past the river. This is the driveway into Camp Namanu. There is a small sign on the right indicating entry to Camp Namanu on the left. Follow the gravel road approximately 1 mile into camp.