Archive - Jul 28, 2006

Inflatable Pub "Goes Anywhere"

Innovations Extreme Inflatables has announced the "launch of the World's first fully functioning Mobile Inflatable Pub. Be the first and only person in your country to operate The Pub that reaches places, that other pubs cannot reach."

Barbarian Bash XI

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On a stormy night, oars slap the water, sails stretch tight catching the night wind. On the shore a sleeping village awaits its deadly fate. Long boats slide ever closer. Soon the cries will echo across the land as night turns to day. Smoke clears, longboats sail away heavy in the water, as the Vikings leave with the spoils of the day.

Crystal crags is honored to offer our longest running event, Barbarian Bash XI. Location:
Kalispell Montana

Genghis Khan, Renaissance guy ...

Genghis Khan laid the foundations for the Renaissance, according to a news story recently published by China's Xinhua news agency.

President's Report from the July 15, 2006 Board Meeting

Patrick Anderson (Gabriel andvaka Kjotvason), Interim President for the Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc., has posted a report on the SCA Board of Directors meeting held in Indianapolis, Indiana in July 15, 2006.

Brewing Laurel finds niche in modern-world beer marketplace

Mistress Lina von Wissen, mka Leigh Nogy, turned to the SCA when she wanted to learn brewing methods and eventually became a Laurel in brewing. Now she applies her talents in the modern world, and she is starting a business to brew gluten-free beer. An article in The Morning News tells her story.