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Individual Registration for the Heritage Fair Re-enactment and Merchant Camps
Registration deadline is June 17, 2013
The Spencerville Mill Foundation is collecting the information on this form in order to coordinate the activities at the
2013 Heritage Fair
. Your personal information will only be used and/or disclosed for the purposes for which we are obtaining your consent, or as permitted or required by law.
that only those re-enactors offering public facing programming in an open camp environment will receive free food, access to 1 workshop (except cooking and duelling) and possible powder stipends. Programming can be as simple as maintaining the camp, cooking, sewing, participating in drills or other activities. Only those re-enactors who participate in the skirmish or are active in scheduled firing demonstrations will receive powder stipends.
Highly specialised programming will also be considered for special stipends. Please indicate your offer in the form below.
Re-enactors who do not wish to offer public facing programming are also welcome, but must provide their own food. A separate camp, closed to the public will be offered to house them.
All fields are required to properly process your registration. Registration is for individuals only. All participants over the age of 18 must register individually.
What re-enactment group do you belong to?
Number of people travelling with you?
Please provide the number of camp followers, indicating children separately. Do not include yourself. Please enter 0 if you come by yourself.
Will you require meals (subject to grant funding and event stipulations)?
Please note that food will only be provided to re-enactors who are offering public-facing programming and is subject to grant funding.
What days will you be participating? (check all applicable)
Friday 21 June (camp set-up starts at 10am)
Saturday 22 June
Sunday 23 June (ends at 4pm)
Please only select those days for which you will actually be here. Costs are involved in hosting.
Will you offer public facing programming?
If offering public facing programming, please describe activities below (subject to confirmation by organizers):
What is your home town and province/state?
Vehicle make and licence No.
Parking will be allocated according to camp location. When you arrive, please register at the Mill to obtain directions.
Emergency contact number
Will you require camp/tent space?
If yes, please indicate the size, incl. ropes if applicable
Include space for a fly, if relevant
Do you plan on using horses?
Yes, and BMOH
If you answered yes to the question above, how many horses are you bringing? (provide your own hay and straw)
If you bring horses, do you have third party insurance in place? (if answered Yes, attach it below)
Do you have any special needs or comments?
Do you plan on selling goods?
If you answered yes to the question above, please describe what you plan on selling:
Please choose your preferred workshop:
Christina Barreto - 1812 Clothing
Martin Lancaster - 1812 Clothing
Miss Waterman - Undressing the Historical Lady
Historians Gone Wild
1812 Honour - MajGen Jonathon Riley
How to be an Accomplished Lady
Please note that only a limited number of spaces will be open in each workshop for re-enactors who are offering public facing programming. Spaces will be filled on a first come first serve basis. Re-enactors offering programming will receive free access to 1 workshop.
Please provide proof of insurance:
Max file size: 20MB
This must be provided by at least the lead member of your group.
We value your privacy. Your contact information will only be used by the Spencerville Mill Foundation to communicate with you regarding the Re-enactment event. We will not share it without your permission.
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