The Shire of Krakenfjord is pleased to host the upcoming 2009 Kingdom Heraldic Symposium. A symposium is a great opportunity to learn more about the roles and responsibilities of being a herald through classes, meetings, networking and a whole lot of fun. This event can be invaluable for both new heralds and those with more experience.
Meadhbha Argent Scroll Herald is handling classes, etc. The class list is here. Please email her at firstname.lastname@example.org for pre-registration.
Autocrat: Taliesin ap Hafgan, email@example.com
Site: Vernon Military Camp, Bldg H-10, Hwy 97N, Vernon, BC (no specific street address). The site opens 8AM Sat, Mar 28th and closes Sun, Mar 29th (after lunch). The Site Fee will be $18 CDN per person plus non-member surcharge where applicable. Cheques are payable to The Shire of Krakenfjord. We will also be offering a Weekend Meal Plan at $30 CDN per person which includes Sat: AM Snack, Lunch and Feast, and Sun: AM Snack and Lunch.
Directions: From Vancouver, BC travel Hwy 1 East to Hope, BC taking Hwy 5 North to Merritt, BC. At Merritt take 97C to Kelowna, BC. From Kelowna travel North on Hwy 97 to Vernon, BC. As you enter Vernon and travel down the hill the Tourist Info Centre is on your right. The turnoff for the site is approx 1 km further on your left (Vimy Rd). Look for SCA signage. From Kamloops, BC travel Hwy 1 East and turn off onto Hwy 97 and travel south to Vernon, BC. Travel right through Vernon heading up the hill, past the Hospital. The turnoff is near the summit on your right (Vimy Rd). Look for SCA signage.
Putting Together an An Tir Heraldic Symposium, by Dame Zenobia Naphtali, et al. (1999)
YOU WANT ME TO DO WHAT??? or Doing Court Heraldry Without Having a Nervous Breakdown, by Natasha Orionova Zateeva (as taught at Kingdom Heraldic Symposium, A.S. 33): HTML, RTF, DOC
Heralds in History in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, by Leslie A. Schweitzer (writing as Dame Zenobia Naphtali, O.L., O.P.) 
Armorial Exemplars, as debuted at Kingdom Heraldic Symposium 2003.
Consulting Techniques by Senhora Rafaella d'Allemtejo. (ATKHS 2003)
Patterns for Heraldic Regalia put together by Mistress Kateline MacFarlane for her Regalia class. (1999)