Coming Soon! Aethelmearc Heralds & Scribes

October 2017

The Shire of Angels Keep is sponsoring AEthelmearc Heralds & Scribes in October of 2017 at the Auburn United Methodist Church, 99 South St. (State Hwy. 34) Auburn NY 13021.  Please note, this is an absolutely DRY site - no alcohol permitted and the site IS NOT handicap accessible.


Directions to the Auburn United Methodist Church, 99 South St, Auburn, NY  13021:

From North, West or East, find your best route to I-90, the Weedsport/Hwy 34 exit.  Follow Hwy 34 south into Auburn, the church will be on the right-hand side of the road. Hwy 34 is South Street once you cross Arterial.

 From the South, find your best route to Hwy 34, go north into Auburn, the church will be on the left side of the road.



Last updated 18 June 2017




Need to grab dinner on the way home or a place to stay overnight?

Here's listings of some local lodgings and eateries.



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