May 22, 2013, 12:01:23 PM
A Letter From the Seneschal
Welcome to the Shire of Redewolfden!
Click here for information on our upcoming event:
You've found us! And we're so glad you did! This Shire is a local branch of the Society for Creative Anachronism. The SCA is a wonderful organization, based in education and dedicated to the customs of chivalry, honor and service. Membership is quite diverse, ranging through all ages, ethnic groups and other diversities. There is something for everyone, especially those interested in learning more about history and how to re-create its more entertaining and creative aspects. We spend our time making medieval crafts and clothing, practicing the combat arts and gathering together to discuss, learn and teach others about the Middle Ages.
If you are a newcomer to the Society for Creative Anachronism or want more information about what we do locally, please visit our About the Shire/SCA page.
If you are a member of the Shire or a friend to us, you may want to head over to the forums and talk about... well, everything! Everyone is welcome to register and participate in our discussions! We also have pages dedicated to our Arts & Sciences and Combat.
And please, ASK QUESTIONS... we love to help! We also have resources to download that can help you in your journey into this Society that we love so well.
We'd love to have you inquire and try a meeting out for yourself. Feel free to drop by one of our fighter practices, arts and science circles or business meetings to begin your journey into this fulfilling hobby. We meet every Sunday in the Murray Park and the Calloway County Library Annex and also host various demonstrations throughout the year at local venues... be sure to check our Calendar. We look forward with great anticipation to meeting you!
In Service to Shire, Kingdom and the Dream,
Lady Eua inghean Ui Bhriain, Former Seneschal
The Shire of Redewolfden
An addendum from the Admin:
Registration is a good thing! It's how you will get the most out of this website.
That being said, here's something that's critical to your participation on this forum:
After registering, click this link and make sure your "Name" is what you are most commonly known by.
The system defaults to your login name, but it's definitely preferable to have your Display Name shown as what most people will know you by!
Additionally, you are encouraged to click this link and modify your Private Messaging settings.
I recommend accepting personal messages from all users and displaying them as conversations. Experiment with the settings to find what you like!