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Cynagua Spring Coronet

Friday May 24th, 2013 to Monday May 27th, 2013
Quincy , California

"Thank you unto Our populace for planning your journey to Our Coronet Tournament as the Rightful Heirs to the Cynaguan thrones are chosen. We are looking forward to seeing new friends and old join us in a weekend of festivities which We are sure will go down in the lore of Our Principality and Kingdom. A traditional double elimination tournament to determine Our Heirs will be held on Sunday, and Monday all unbelted fighters are invited to test their skills for the honor of being the Lord Defender of Cynagua, while old fashioned Cynaguan Hoopla and revelry will be held all weekend." 

We remain - ThorStagge & Eowyn, Prince and Princess of Cynagua

For those of you who are not inclined to put on armor and fight in the lists, there will be other activities as well, from the Bard of Cynagua competition, to Arts and Sciences, and equestrian activities.
 
Equestrian activities will include IKEQ games, game of pato, spear and quintain skills and some light competition and showing off among the equestrians. I would really like to see how people are progressing and seeing their skills honed. Quincy has some great trials to ride, they are off site but if you are interested please let me know and I can get you more information for that. For those who are interested in equestrian activities but haven't had a chance this is a great time to come out and learn.
 

There are stalls available for $25 for the weekend. There are no rental horses at this time. Please contact Haley an eich gil at equestrian@cynagua.westkingdom.org for any questions or more information. 

Autocrat: Baroness Muirenn ingen Brain

Site Information: 
Start Time: 
Noon Friday. Site close 4:00 p.m. Monday
Site Fee: 
15 for members, kids 5-17 are $10, 4 and under are free.( 5 dollar non-member surcharge applies to adults only.) If you plan to merchant, please let the autocrat know at least two weeks before the event.
Directions: 

Take your best route to Quincy. Do NOT use your GPS, Garmin, or other navigation device, or you may end up looking at a snow field. Once in Quincy, go through town to the fairgrounds. There will be SCA signs.