Archive - Jul 14, 2010

Donation to help conserve living history of Acre

The city of Acre in Israel, a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the region, will receive support to its conservation efforts from a new partnership with the City of Rome and its mayor.

A Zero Waste Pennsic

Sharon Gordon has a radical idea: A Zero Waste Pennsic, one where the SCA's huge annual event does not add to the local landfill as well as the local economy.

Pennsic Independent announces publication date changes

Due to changes in the Pennsic Marketplace dates, The Pennsic Independent has changed its publication schedule. They will be publishing from Friday, August 6 to Friday, August 13.

Meet the SCA, Inc. BoD at Pennsic XXXIX

Pennsic attendees will have the opportunity to meet the Society for Creative Anachronism's Board of Directors at the upcoming War at a Town Hall Meeting.

Japanese castle ramparts re-created in Ventura, California

This January, seven master stoneworkers from Japan joined a team of "rockknockers" at the International Stoneworkers' Symposium to construct castle ramparts using traditional dry stone masonry techniques in Serra Cross Park, Ventura, California.