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Fabric shopping trip on May 22nd

Poster: JULIET CARNELL <juliet.carnell@usa.net>

Good gentiles of Atlantia,

Greetings and good day to one and all. It is my pleasure to inform you that
the Barony of Lochmere is sponsoring a shopping excursion to Renaissance
Textile Fabric Warehouse in Baltimore on the 22nd day of May.  The store will
close to the public at 5:00 PM and will reopen for our exclusive use from 6:00
PM to 9:00 PM. Refreshments and libations will be served. While garb dress is
not required, it is encouraged for a more festive atmosphere. 

For those of you not familiar with the Renaissance Textile Fabric Warehouse,
it is located just off Reisterstown Road on Baltimore’s west side (directions
below). They specialize in discount upholstery fabrics and remnants. Their
stock of fabrics that fall within our period requirements are much greater
than most outlets in this area and in recent month’s the owner has undertaken
to stock fabrics selected specifically for period costuming. If you have been
looking for that special brocade or fleur de’lies pattern piece, this is where
you are most likely to find it. And you won’t have to over tax the peasants to
pay for it!

Directions: Make your best route to the Baltimore Beltway, I 695. If you are
coming from the south, head northwest towards Towson. From the north head
southwest and from the west (I795) head south. Go to Exit 20, Reisterstown
Road and turn south towards the city. Travel along Reisterstown Road for about
3.5 miles until you come to the 6000 block. In between Bud Schmitt’s Buick and
the Taco Bell, turn right on Menlo Drive. The store is about 200 yards down
the street on the right. Parking is on the street. 

Address:	Renaissance Textile Fabric Warehouse
	4124 Menlo Drive
	Baltimore, MD
	Randy Grodnitzky, proprietor 

If you are planning to join us please honor me with a reply as soon as
possible. I need to provide the store with a head count to insure sufficient
refreshments will be on hand for everyone. 

Yours in service,
Glainfach of Lochmere

(a.k.a. Juliet Carnell,  e-mail: juliet.carnell@usa.net)

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