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An annual event, the '''Feast of the Bear''' is one of the largest events in the [[Kingdom of Ealdormere]]. Hosted by the [[Barony of Septentria]] and the [[Canton of Eoforwic]], the Feast of the Bear consists of both [[armoured combat]] and [[fencing]] tournaments, an extensive [[merchant|merchanting]] area, [[arts and sciences]] competitions, [[Court]] and a [[feast]].
 
An annual event, the '''Feast of the Bear''' is one of the largest events in the [[Kingdom of Ealdormere]]. Hosted by the [[Barony of Septentria]] and the [[Canton of Eoforwic]], the Feast of the Bear consists of both [[armoured combat]] and [[fencing]] tournaments, an extensive [[merchant|merchanting]] area, [[arts and sciences]] competitions, [[Court]] and a [[feast]].
   
The event, once held at http://www.casaloma.org/| Casa Loma], a large historical mansion in the Spadina district, the Feast of the Bear is now held at St. Simon-the-Apostle in Toronto's affluent downtown neighbourhood of Rosedale, alongside the Don Valley.
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Once held at [http://www.casaloma.org/ Casa Loma], a large historical mansion in the Spadina district, the Feast of the Bear is now held at St. Simon-the-Apostle in Toronto's affluent downtown neighbourhood of Rosedale, alongside the Don Valley.
   
 
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Latest revision as of 12:38, 21 October 2008

An annual event, the Feast of the Bear is one of the largest events in the Kingdom of Ealdormere. Hosted by the Barony of Septentria and the Canton of Eoforwic, the Feast of the Bear consists of both armoured combat and fencing tournaments, an extensive merchanting area, arts and sciences competitions, Court and a feast.

Once held at Casa Loma, a large historical mansion in the Spadina district, the Feast of the Bear is now held at St. Simon-the-Apostle in Toronto's affluent downtown neighbourhood of Rosedale, alongside the Don Valley.