Archive - Mar 16, 2011

AEthelmearc event photos online

Dragos Pelikanos reports that he has created three albums of photos from events which took place recently in the Kingdom of AEthelmearc. The photos are available on PicasaWeb.

[ART] Mystery Event

A call goes out to One and All
to help us solve a Most Horrendous Mystery;

[MER] Saltare Collegium 2011

Are you interested in dance? Do you want to learn some new and interesting dances? Do you need to brush up on the old standards? Do you have a favorite dance you'd like to teach? Do you just want to get out on the floor with the kingdom's best dancers? If so, this is the event you've been waiting for!

[WES] Rivenoak's Fool's / Newcomer's Tourney

The Barony of Rivenoak wishes to invite all to join us for a day full of fun and adventure in our majestic Bidwell Park. The King and Queen of Misrule will be divined through Rivenoak’s arcane art of Divination by Cupcake. 

[DRA] Northern Frankmark Fighter Practice XV

It shall be proclaimed that once again it is time for practice in the north of Frankmark. All the honorable Heavy Fighters, Fencers and the whole populace of Drachenwald are welcome to improve their skills in the martial arts in ordinary for our Kingdom.

Date: 08.04.2011 - 10.04.2011
Time: Site is open from friday 08.04.2011 at 17h, saturday 09.04.2011 about 10h

[ATL] Feast Of St. George

Join us as we celebrate the Feast of St George the Dragon slayer.

Islamic necropolis discovered in Portugal

A medieval Islamic necropolis, containing over 200 human remains, has been discovered in the southern Portuguese city of Beja during renovation of a high school.

Knitting improves behavior in English schoolchildren

British schoolteachers have a new defense against the cellphone: knitting. A program to teach knitting to elementary age schoolchildren has reaped surprising results, including improved behavior.

Urban SCAdians live by the sword

The National Post has a chat with Nicolaa de Bracton and other members of the Canton of Eoforwicof (Ealdormere), mundanely Toronto, Canada. The article discusses various activities in the SCA and how the SCA has to alter some aspects of the middle ages to accommodate safety and modern concerns.