Pirate Seika

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  1. Pyrate Week 2010

    Set yer bearings and mark yer maps, NOLA Pyrate Week is coming Fri. Mar. 26 thru Sun. Apr. 4, 2010...As always, volunteer opportunities with lowernine.org (Tues/Wed/Thurs), fundraisers, live entertainment, art, fantastic food and drink and a celebration of New Orleans Pyrates & culture! Featured musical performers are PYRATES! (what else?) The UK's #1 Pyrate band! Land Of Nod & NOLA Pyrate Week "Dutch Alley Invasion": Sat. Mar. 27 & Sun Mar. 28 (noon-9pm ) FREE TO ATTEND - live performances, art, guest speakers & Merchant's Market with Pyrate goods and other hand crafted treasures! 2 Parades for 2010 Friday March 26 Pyrate Parade thru the French Quarter Sunday April 4 Pyrates join The Good Children Easter Parade Merchant & Volunteer Applications available on the NOLA Pyrate Week website Come learn about the WGL initiative - save the Wetlands, save the Gators, save Louisiana (because if we lose the first two, the third is already gone!) Visit our site for the latest info: NOLA Pyrate Week or check our calendar online for event updates, times and locations Calendar
  2. Pyrate Week 2010

    Captain Sandy (aka Alex McMurray) named King Of NOLA Pyrate Week Parade NOLA Pyrate Week will be participating in two parades in 2010: * Our annual French Quarter Pyrate Parade “It Takes A Pillage” – Fri. Mar. 26 (line up aprox. 6pm): featuring our mates The Krewe of Pyrates, Noisician Coalition and many more! * Goodchildren SAPC Annual Easter Parade – Sun. Apr. 4 (line up aprox. 1pm): brass bands & bunnies & Pyrates, oh my! There is a cost to roll in the parade (covers permits, etc.): * Adults: $16/ea. for either parade – only $21/ea. for both parades! * Kids (under 16 yrs.): $6/ea. for either parade or $11/ea. for both (keep in mind there is a fair bit o’ walking involved)
  3. Pyrate Week 2010

    Latests Updates for NOLA Pyrate Week 2010.... There are still a couple of spots available for merchants in the French Market for NOLA Pyrate Week Dutch Alley Invasion March 27 & 28 (noon to 9pm) The cost is $100 for the weekend and this gives you exposure to all Pyrate Week attendees as well as the general public. The Dutch Alley spans a 2 block length along lower Decatur St from Cafe Du Monde to WWOZ. Just added to the Land Of NOD - NOLA Pyrate Week kick off weekend Dutch Alley Invasion (Sat. Mar. 27, Sun. Mar. 28, noon-9pm FREE) These amazing acts: Latest act to sign on "Debauche"... Russian Hooligan Gypsy Band... Pyrates UK, the legendary Coco Robicheaux, Ratty Scurvics & The Black Market Butchers, My Graveyard Jaw, Margie Perez, Lord David, The White Bitch, Ray Bong, Happy Talk Band, Won Ton Lust, Sons Of Payne, DJ Proppa Bear, Death By Arrow, MaryGoRound... Remember this is an awareness and fundraising event for the WGL Initiative - Save the WETLANDS, Save the GATORS, Save LOUISIANA! There will be speakers/educators at the event to explain how you can help. There will also be much treasure on hand with Merchants and artisans of varied talents including No Quarter Given Magazine, Lizard King Sculptures, Brethren Of The Dark Coast, Mardi Claw Art & Ya-Ya, Dante's Masquerade, The Scarlet Scarab, Suzanne Saunders Artworks...more to come Author Pamela Johnson will be there with copies of her new book "Heart Of A Pirate: A Novel Of Anne Bonny". A few copies will be donated to support local charities. There will be a number of fashion shows as well featuring Pyrate fashion, recycled fashions and more... A Pyratical Party at the Avenue Pub on Saturday April 3 upstairs. This is No Quarter Given Magazine's annual ANNIVERSARY PARTY featured musical guests Pyrates UK Pyrates UK will be playing all week long at The Funky Pyrate. Keep a weather eye on the horizon for more details soon!!!! NOLA Pyrate Week
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  9. Pyrate Week 2010

    Blaine Kern’s Mardi Gras World Mon., Mar. 29, 2010: 2:00pm-3:30pm Come see where Mardi Gras is made! Since 1947, Blaine Kern Studios has been as much a part of Carnival as the parades New Orleans loves. They create most of those parades, from concept through completion. They are the world’s leading makers of floats, sculpture and props. Special discounted ticket price (advance only): $12.50 (+$1 service charge) Reservations must be made by Monday, Mar. 22 2010 This rate is exclusive to participants of NOLA PYyrate Week. MARDI GRAS WORLD Reservation
  10. is frozen n' th' harbour.. lookin' f'ward te th' Port o' New Orleans

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      Happy Birthday!

  11. Pirate Festival 2009

    Ok.. i know someone is going to say it's last year was not the first year.. The first few years The Pirate Festival was in Toronto and didn't do so well... more due to timing and location then the folks running it... So New people, new location... same name... great event!!!
  12. Pirate Festival 2009

    Fun event for the family..... We had arrr Pyrate Portrait booth along with Henna last year and did very well.. well attended for it's first year and likely much better this time around... If you have kiddos this is the pyrate event to take them to if you're in Toronto and the GTA.... Not sure if The Pyrates Image will be there this year with arr booth.. as we have the Great Lakes Pyrate Lore & Harbour Walks... but will at least try and at least drop by for a day....
  13. 5th annual Baltimore Pirate Invasion/Privateers Day

    Have a GRAND time all.. sounds like fun.. i however have gone bust since having me time in New Orleans.. have to plunder some more galleons this comin' year to replenish me treasure chest....
  14. Military History Fest | Chicago, ILL

    look forward to seeing pics.... yup.. know the cold.. we be about the same as Chi-Town during the winter... as we live in a Port City at the head of Lake Ontario.. so we get those brutal north west winds as well...
  15. Military History Fest | Chicago, ILL

    Sounds like GREAT fun!!!! some very interesting talks and seminars to boot!!! would love to attend.. but the timing is a bit off... not really conducive to driving to Snowy Chi-Town in February from Snowy Ontario... Hope everyone has a wondrous time...
  16. Ahoy all ye scurvy dogs n' th' like... Although we 'ave our own forum... on th' union site... I sees that some of us members often be here at th' pub... For those of ye who know not of our humble beginnings.. 'ere be the story!!! We now 'ave over 60 members cross th' globe..... We are the International Brotherhood Of Neutral Pyrates, aka The Pyrates Union A place where Pyrates can be Pyrates without conflict, back stabbing or general contempt. We be an easy going bunch who seek fun, frolic and a rum or two along the way. Despite any rumours, we LIKE to make friends with other Pyrates ...and remain...well...neutral, to all matters that be considered "Pyrate politics". Of course, it also means we will defend the honour of our honourable members! So climb aboard, grab a grog and set sail...there be places to see, Pyrates to meet and fun to be had! Beginnings: The IBONP was formed September 1, 2007 by three Pyrates - Capt. John Swallow, QM Seika Hellbound and the late Capt. Blackie*. It all grew out of a need for fair treatment of Pyrates, annoyance with some unprofessional behavior in the Pyrate community and the wish to create a focal point for all Pyrates to benefit from. We wished to avoid the "politics" that had seeped in to many a Pyrate crew and return to the true Pyrate ways of an equal share for all. Ye can visit th' site http://pyratesunion.com fer more info on th' crew... Fair Winds and a Tankard fer all!!!!
  17. Ahoy lass!

    Could be days or weeks before ye come upon this note in a bottle. Regardless, fair thee well with yer Pyrate Week! Good on ya!

    -Greydog

  18. I am reposting this notice to this area.. it was originally posted in Rabble Rousing and was moved to Pyrate Pop for some yet to be explained reason... we are looking for pyrates.. so I think this is the appropriate place to be.... We are the International Brotherhood Of Neutral Pyrates, aka The Pyrates Union The World's First and ONLY official Pyrates Union (this is a legitimate union) Welcome aboard the Pyrate Ship Neutral... A place where Pyrates can be Pyrates without conflict, back stabbing or general contempt. We be an easy going bunch who seek fun, frolick and a rum or two along the way. Despite any rumours, we LIKE to make friends with other Pyrates ...and remain...well...neutral, to all matters that be considered "Pyrate politicks". So climb aboard, grab a grog and set sail...there be places to see, Pyrates to meet and fun to be had! www.pyratesunion.com
  19. We are the International Brotherhood Of Neutral Pyrates, aka The Pyrates Union The World's First and ONLY official Pyrates Union Welcome aboard the Pyrate Ship Neutral... A place where Pyrates can be Pyrates without conflict, back stabbing or general contempt. We be an easy going bunch who seek fun, frolick and a rum or two along the way. Despite any rumours, we LIKE to make friends with other Pyrates ...and remain...well...neutral, to all matters that be considered "Pyrate politicks". So climb aboard, grab a grog and set sail...there be places to see, Pyrates to meet and fun to be had! www.pyratesunion.com
  20. INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF NEUTRAL PYRATES

    The site is up and running... perhaps there was a server glitch or something please try it again
  21. Haunted Fort Zach?

    ya no kiddin...
  22. Haunted Fort Zach?

    lol....
  23. What lured you to pyracy?

    Sarasota.. and Anna Maria r the Cap'n and i's haunts... down there as much as possible.. Sanibel is beautiful as well.. but the toll costs for the new causeway they're buildin arrr piracy at it's best.. $6.00 to drive across now.... lol
  24. What lured you to pyracy?

    i'd hardly say SW Florida is boring... one of my favorite places to be...
  25. What lured you to pyracy?

    ya bein landlocked sucks... i try to get down to the seaside as often as possible.. luckily Cap'n John and i live in the fine harbour of Hamilton... one of Canada's busiest ship building ports in it's day... Hamilton Ship Building