If you live in the Toronto area, you are probably aware of Casa Loma, "Canada's Majestic Castle" created by Sir Henry Pellatt. It includes two secret passages and an 800-foot tunnel beneath the street from the castle proper to the coachhouse.
What you may not be aware of is that you can rent rooms in Casa Loma now for various functions.
Take a look at those room rates for a minute. They're actually pretty reasonable for the chance to run a faery-tale based game of DCC in a freaking castle!
Casa Loma closed at the end of October, and reopens in May. The prices are reasonable. By that time, FT 0, FT 1, FT 2....maybe even as far as FT 5 should be out.
Now, I don't know how fast we could burn through those modules in a single game date, but it would be as cool as hell to try.
The Austin Room is $250 plus taxes, which should mean $285, and seats 8 people. Just under $36 a head, including the judge. If there are enough people interested by the spring to do this, I will contact Casa Loma and make the arrangements.
During breaks, or between adventures, folks could wander into the secret passages and down the tunnel, or climb up a tower.
It would be awesome!