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Experience the Middle Ages

Welcome to the Society for Creative Anachronism! Prepare to step into a world of chivalry, art, and camaraderie – a world shared by over 30,000 others who seek the same dream you do.

Armored knights are locked in combat on the list field, artisans under brightly-colored pavilions are painting illuminated manuscripts, and friends nearby put the finishing touches on their newest gowns, all with Renaissance music playing softly in the background.

What is the SCA?

The SCA was incorporated in 1968 as a 501(c)3, not-for-profit educational organization. It is part of the “living history” movement, which means that SCA members have a “hands-on” approach to history, engaging in activities that help them to explore the culture, arts, and sciences of ages past.

The SCA period encompasses pre-17th century Western Europe, with an emphasis on the Middle Ages and Renaissance.

Interested in Learning More About Specific Areas of the SCA?

You can contact any of our officers to get more information, their info is on our Officers Page.

Another great way to get involved is to attend one of our local gatherings. Ceilidh is an opportunity for the members of the Barony to sing, dance, make merry, share arts and sciences projects, enjoy good food, drink, dancing, and fellowship. It’s a great opportunity for newcomers to check out the SCA.

For further information please contact the Baronial Chatelaine.

Baron Weylyn

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