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September 19, 2014 to September 21, 2014
Rosie of the Loch
Dregate welcomes you to our annual revel, commemorating our
shire’s first event. Come find fellowship, relaxation and
acquaint yourself with old friends and new. This year’s
planned activities include Championships in Heavy Fighting,
Archery, A&S and a new Culinary Championship. We will also have
A&S classes, including making a stick horse for a later stick
horse race. Table and outdoor games will be offered.
Lady Rosie of the Loch / firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration & Cabin Reservations:
HL Aelfwynn Spearheafoces dohtor (Sharron Arbuckle) / PO Box 4291,
Omak, WA 98841, email@example.com
Adults $12 ($5 NMS applies), ages 6 – 17 $6, children under 6
are free. Family cap of $36 ($5 NMS per adult applies). Please
register in advance if possible. Make checks out to “SCA
Inc., Shire of Dregate”. Feast tickets are in addition to
site fee and will be sold at gate. They are $15 for adults, $8 for
youth ages 6 – 17.
Camp Ortoha – 8 Lost Lake Rd., Tonasket, WA 98855.
Site opens at 4 pm Sept. 19 and closes at 2 pm Sept. 21. The site
has dormitory-type cabins with bunks (by reservation, please. See
above). There is plenty of room for tents. RVs OK, no hookups. Hot
showers and bathrooms on site. Lost Lake is nearby, so please be
cautious. This site is remote (no phone or cell phone service) so
please bring any special needs you require. Site is discreetly
damp. Quiet pets, which are leashed and picked up after are
welcome. Pets are not allowed in the Lodge.
From the West,
make your way to Tonasket, WA. Follow Hwy 20 east for 16 miles and
turn left at the Bonaparte Lake Recreation Area. From the East,
Make your way to Republic, WA. Follow Hwy 20 wet for 19 miles
toward Tonasket and turn right at the Bonaparte Lake Recreation
Area. From either direction then follow the winding road for 7 plus
miles. Stay on the
pavement! Keep left at the fork in the road toward Lost
Lake, then left at the T intersection, then left again into Camp
Ortoha. NOTE: This address will not work on GPS or on the net
– many signs will be posted. For further information check
the Shire of Dregate’s Facebook page.