Who Are We?
Where Are We?
What Do We Do?
The Society for Creative Anachronism is an international organization dedicated to the research and practice of the arts and culture of the Dark Ages, Middle Ages and Renaissance periods in pre-17th-century Europe. A worldwide organization with thousands of members, dressed in clothing of the Middle Ages and Renaissance, there are events nearly every weekend where you can learn armored combat, archery, thrown weapons, blacksmithing, historical arts and crafts such as calligraphy and illumination, cooking, fiber arts, and so much more.
How Can I Get Involved?
We welcome any and all who may be interested in learning more – new friends are always welcome. For more information, please contact our new member officer through our contact form. If you’d like more information about the Society and what it is that we do, we highly recommend visiting the SCA Newcomer’s Portal.
Our next group meeting will be sometime in August after the Pennsic War. Once details are finalized we’ll update this website as well as our mailing list and Facebook page. Everyone is welcome to attend – you don’t need to be an existing member, so stop by and say hello! Please visit our Facebook group for more information or please feel free to contact us! You can also sign up for our announcement mailing list by visiting our Google Groups page.