The College of Cranehaven in Wenatchee Washington proudly hosts the third annual An Tir Collegium. This event provides Saturday lecture tracks and selected workshops Friday and Sunday. Revel in the performing excellence of An Tir's bards at the annual Bardic competition. Collegium is for everyone--those contemplating their first sewing project, those honing their research in preparation for the Kingdom Arts & Sciences Championship, and for all in between.
Learning tracks offered in the following areas. Follow a single track, or create a schedule that fits all of your interests:
Advancing the Arts
***Fall Crown Council is sited at An Tir Collegium. Peerages will have scheduled council meetings. Curia and Financial meetings will be held at the whim of Their Majesties.
Wilhelm Meyer (Aaron Meyer), 509-470-0693, Cranehaven.Webmaster@antir.org
Magistra Julia Sempronia (Sara Urdahl), 509-860-4177, Cranehaven.firstname.lastname@example.org
Special hotel group rates available at the Red Lion and Best Western; see An Tir Calendar site for details. Breakfast is included, and there are several good local restaurants.
Site opens 1500 Friday, closes 1500 Sunday
Site Fee: Adult $30, Children under 18 Free. $5 discount for SCA membership
Make checks payable to "College of Cranehaven, SCA, Inc"
Site Info: Name: Red Lion Inn, Wenatchee 1225 N Wenatchee Ave Wenatchee, WA 98801
Directions to Site:
From Highway 2/97, continue south onto Wenatchee Avenue. Cross the bridge and travel about two miles. Destination is on your left.
From Hwy 28, proceed NW on Hwy 28 until you arrive at East Wenatchee. Proceed straight through two stoplights and bear left onto WA 285. Cross the George Sellar Bridge and take the first exit onto Wenatchee Avenue. Proceed NW for approx. 2.4 miles. Destination is on your right.
Note that the above Weather and Map information is generated from the site address and can be easily confused. The weather will say if its for the branch or for the site. It will be for the site if the site can be found, but this again is not always the case, and if the site is some distance from the branch then the weather may be different.