The Barony of Madrone (King County, WA )
Date: March 29 , 2003
Site opens at: 12:00 AM on March 29th 2003
Site closes at: 12:00 AM on
John MacDonald Memorial Park
31020 Northwest 40th St.
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“Madrone Baronial Banquet: Silk Road
Barony of Madrone
Madrone’s annual Baronial Banquet will be held on March 29th, 2003 at a wonderful new site, the Sons of Norway Lodge in Bothell. The Madrone Culinary Guild, headed by Genot Boulanger, is preparing a sumptuous feast of three courses, following a ‘Silk Road’ theme: 14th century Venetian, 13th century Middle Eastern, and 14th century Mongolian. Brief performances will accompany each course.
The site opens for setup at 10AM and closes at 10PM. A grand processional and baronial court will take place in the afternoon, with plenty of time for socializing, etc.
Tickets for this event go on sale February 1st. Only 150 feast tickets will be available, with a cost of $18/person for both feast and site fees. An optional site-only fee is $5 for 13 and older, with a mundane family cap of $20. Non-member surcharges must be assessed, and we encourage timely membership renewal to make this unnecessary. After 2/1, please mail your reservation (number of people in party, names, vegetarian preference, etc.) and a check payable to “SCA Inc, Barony of Madrone” to:
Barony of Madrone
Attn: Baronial Banquet
PO Box 1715
Seattle, WA 98111-1715
We are, of course, looking for servers, kitchen, and gate help to make this another wonderful feast. For more information on volunteering opportunities, please contact the autocrat. For more information on menus and ingredients in case of food allergies, please contact Genot. We look forward to seeing you there!
Autocrat: Isadara Cozzanec (Maddy DuMont), 1750 NW 58th #3, Seattle,
WA 98107; (206)782-5613; email@example.com.
Head chef: Genot Boulanger (Jen Witsoe), (206) 722-8981;
Directions: Sons of Norway Lodge in Bothell, 23905 Bothell-Everett Hwy.
take exit #26 and head south; the lodge is on the left just before the
light for 240th.”