During the Australasian Convention, 13-15 October 2017, we will be holding a medieval banquet on the evening of 14 October at the International on the Water, Epsom Avenue, Ascot.
Cost is $125 per person( $75 for children) which includes a 3 course meal, beer, wine and soft drinks, and entertainment by internationally renowned jester, Jonathon de Hadleigh.
Please RSVP to Richard3inWA@gmail.com by 15 September.
Here are our subscription rates for the coming year, commencing April 2017:
- $35 – Full membership
- $50 – Full family membership
- $25 – Pensioners/Seniors
- $30 – Pensioners/Seniors Family membership
- $18 – Full time student
- $10 – Country/Overseas membership
Our last increase in subscriptions was back in 1990, but alas we have had to increase the amounts slightly due to having to change our monthly meeting venues.
Please contact our Treasurer via email if you would like to send your payments to us via EFT.
The next meeting of the Richard III Society WA Branch will be held this Saturday (28 January) at the Rivervale Community Centre, Francisco Street, Rivervale, from 2pm. (Entrance of Francisco Street, on the right, just past Surrey Road.)
As 2016 draws to a close, we also know that the Convention would not be too far around the corner as well.
The 2017 Australasian Convention will be held in Perth, Western Australia and we hope that you will be able to join us between 13 – 15 October 2017.
We have a few forms for you to complete and return to us. Please see below with their due dates.
31 January 2017
Please note that you will need to organise your own accommodation booking directly with the hotel, International on the Water. Please refer to the Convention Registration form for the discount code and the dates of the Convention.
30 June 2017
13 – 15 October 2017
- Convention in Perth, Western Australia!
The final meeting for 2016 will take place on 19 November, 2016 at the Belmont Sports & Recreation Club, Cloverdale, from 2pm.
All welcome! Come along and enjoy afternoon tea.
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