By Mathurin Kerbusso on Apr 27, 2020 02:01 pm
This information is gleaned from a Facebook event page, and edited to apply to those not on Facebook:
We know that many of you have questions about the current state of things within the kingdom and, rather than continued guesses and speculation, We invite you to join Us for a Calontir Q&A via Zoom on Tuesday 4/28 from 7:30 to 8:30pm.
This is not an SCA event or a court – just a way for us to try to address at one time all who have questions or are interested in hearing those of others. We will not be able to answer every single question that you have, because some things We just don’t have answers to, but We will do our best to pass on to you any information and assuage any fears that We can…
To prevent chaos and confusion, we will be muting all participants at the beginning of the call and unmuting one at a time to allow them to ask their questions. If you would like to speak, please use the raise hand function and we will do our best to answer questions in the order they come up. You can also use the chat window to ask questions, if you prefer.
If you have questions that you want to be sure We answer or that may require Us to do a little digging before hand, please feel free to post them on here, so that We can have the chance to get the information you are looking for.
We hope to see all interested members of the populace on Tuesday evening and look forward to hopefully putting your minds at ease.
Lucian and Tamar
Information about the Zoom meeting:
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Meeting ID: 931 2470 4263
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