Archive - Jun 25, 2007

15th century gravesites disrupt plans for Czech parking lot

Plans to build a parking lot in Pilsen, Czech Republic, have changed after the discovery of children's graves, part of a 15th century Jewish cemetery.

Vikings and Legos and chess, oh my!

A dream gift for some SCAdians would be a game that combines Vikings, Legos and chess. The dream has come true with the Lego Vikings Chess set.

Tuchux Charity Tournament to raise money for breast cancer research

Darter the Chronicler reports that the Tuchux will hold their annual Charity Tourney at Pennsic 36 to benefit the Susan G Komen Foundation for Breast Cancer research. Donations will be accepted the day of the tournament as well as online (click "original article.")

Known World Scribal Gathering changes venue

Lady Kayleigh McWhyte, Coordinator for the Known World Scribal Gathering at Pennsic 36, has announced that there has been a change of venue for the event.

Subscriptions available for Pennsic Independent

Mistress Heirusalem, publisher of the Pennsic Independent reminds those attending - and those NOT attending - this year's Pennsic War, that subscriptions to the daily paper are available online.