Sama-zama tono-tachi he (trans. “My Lords and Ladies”),
As Winter gives way to spring, the people of far off Japan gather together to admire the first blooms of the season; namely, the beautiful cherry blossoms which all bloom at the same time and cover the land in a blanket of fragile beauty.
Join us in the Province of Arrow’s Flight to celebrate the unique culture of the Island nation of Japan and welcome the return of life to our beautiful lands. Come and celebrate the Mystery of the Cherry Blossoms.
Activities are set to include a special feast patterned after the traditional kaiseki meal prepared by Lady Marguerite de Chenanceux, scenarios for both armored and rapier fighting, and a variety of classes about Medieval Japanese history.
Event Steward: Lord Yamanouchi Eidou
Feast Steward: Lady Marguerite de Chenanceux
Date: Saturday, March 23, 2013
Time: Site opens at 10:00 AM
Place: American Fork Senior Center, 54 E Main St., American Fork, UT
Directions: From I-15, exit 278 for American Fork Main Street, turn East. Drive for 1 mile and the destination is on your right.
Prices: Adults $6; Kids 12 and under $4; family cap $20
Feast Price: $8