[Cynnabar] Reduced site fee for teachers/musicians/work

Greg Less greg.less at gmail.com
Tue Sep 13 20:09:27 UTC 2011

Hi All-

I certainly understand reduced/comped site fees for non-SCA members and or
specially invited guests of honor. These should be considered in the cost of
the event as, at least ostensibly, these guests would increase the renown of
the barony and be part of the attraction to the event.

When we extend this courtesy to anyone who is teaching/performing however,
it strikes me that we are in essence paying certain members of the Society
to partake in the hobby, while asking other members to subsidize their fun.

That being said, it could be that Terpsichore is the exception to the rule
and the event would suffer if we changed our site fee policy. If that is the
case, and I certainly hope that it wouldn't be, the group would need to
decide which is more important, a few dollars or a great event.


On Tue, Sep 13, 2011 at 3:44 PM, Elaine Cohen <elainec at comcast.net> wrote:

> For what it's worth my impression was that a primary reason for the reduced
> fee for teachers and musicians for Terpsichore was an incentive to get
> non-local and/or non-SCA people to fill these rolls for this event.  A
> result of that non-local member talent is that we end up with a more diverse
> class list (which draws more people here) and a reputation for a fantastic
> dance band (which we have achieved).  We may want to keep that in mind if we
> make changes to the policy or craft a general policy for all Cynnabar
> events. We may have greater expectations that local members will work at
> events without such a discount, acting in the hosting roll.
> Alina
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