Archive - Jul 12, 2010

Policy revised for youth at A&S classes for Pennsic 39

Master John von der Velde, Mayor of Pennsic 39, has issued an open letter to the populace concerning Pennsic 39 A&S policies.

SCA Inc.: Webminister Job Description Revision

Thomas W. Hughes, Interim President for the Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc., has announced a change in the job description for the Society Webminister.

Teacher In Service at Ozark Medieval Fortress

The Ozark Medieval Fortress is pleased to announce a Teacher In-Service workshop.  This workshop has received Arkansas Department of Education approval for 6 hours of professional development credit.

SCAdian filmmaker debuts film

Indie filmmaker and SCA member Dana Elise recently premiered her new film set in the "fantasy middle ages." Cagin of Chrysaint debuted June 26, 2010 at the Petal Civic Center in Petal, Mississippi. (video)

Ulsted Victorious at Ansteorran Crown

At the Ansteorran Crown Tournament held on July 10th in the Barony of Namron, Duke Ulsted the Unsteady claimed victory to win his fifth Crown.  He was inspired by Duchess Ebergardis von Zell.  His Grace defeated Sior Tomas Niallagain, fighting for Baroness Rixende de Rouen, in the final bout.

Tobias Capwell, scholar and warrior

On the Order of the Crescent website, Dr. Tobias Capwell, Curator of Arms and Armor at The Wallace Collection (UK), says that he can't remember a time when he wasn't interested in the Middle Ages. Now he is a worldwide authority on late period armor and an internationally-known jouster.