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Kelso & Longview-Cowlitz Counties, WA
Autocrat: Elizabeth Kincayde
Come join us for the
Celebration of the Season of the Autumnal Change......and FROGS!
Yes you read that right - FROGS!! All shapes sizes and
colors! They will be everywhere...on the tables, in the
contest of Sublety Artistry, table settings and also the children's
activities. There will be the traditional chess tourney - divided
by Adult and Youth, and checkers for the children. Non-alcohol
brewing contest will take place, since this is a dry site, so let
your skills shine in this area!! There will be space set aside for
working on projects that will include outlets for sewing
machines and such. Should weather permit, there is space outside
for fighters to practice, both heavy and rapier.
Lunch will be Thyra's
fabulous beef barley soup for a donation of $4.
Dinner will be potluck by
modern last name:
A thru L - Main
M thru R - salads and
S thru Z -
Classes throughout the day
will be posted when they become finalized.
Please note that this is a new site
for this event (same site that Irish Feast is held
Gate opens at 9am
and site closes at 10 pm.
ages 15 and up -
$5 NMS applies 18 and over
under 15 -
Name: First United Methodist Church
206 Cowlitz Way
Kelso, WA 98626
Directions to Site:
Last Event's Directions:
From I-5 take exit 40 and head
West on N Kelso Ave, it turns into N Pacific Ave. Turn left
on Cowlitz Way, the church is on the right. Parking is
before and past the church. Site is located on the Corner of
Cowlitz Way and N. Pacific Avenue and will be marked by SCA
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