Emphasis on our shared culture and the continuity of our customs and traditions Activities focused on interactions between experienced members and fresh faces, sharing the stories and legends of the Midrealm culture, and creating new memories.
Event activities celebrating each of the decades roughly corresponding to the dates when we joined the SCA and encouraging interaction between them:
1st Decade: 1969-1979
2nd Decade: 1979-1989
3rd Decade: 1989-1999
4th Decade: 1999-2009
To celebrate the history of the Middle Kingdom and, as always, to Have Fun.
As the members of the Middle Kingdom grow older, they will tend to disappear from our gatherings. It is important to meet and have personal memories of the interesting and eccentric people who belong to our organization. It is equally important for the experienced people to make friends with the newer members in order to share our heritage and to welcome our future.
Site and Directions •
University of Chicago campus-- two adjacent buildings. Site will open at 8 a.m. and close at 10 p.m. Saturday. Site will open 10 a.m. and close at 6 p.m. Sunday. Rockefeller Memorial ChapelIda Noyes Hall
1156 East 59th Street
Chicago, IL 60637
Ida Noyes Hall
1212 E 59th St
Chicago , IL 60637
Ida Noyes Hall and Rockefeller Memorial Chapel
Find the best route to I-90/I-94 in Chicago. Take I-90/I-94 and exit at Garfield Blvd. (55th St) Turn east immediately (first light) and proceed past 5 stoplights. Cross Martin Luther King drive and enter park. At the Y in the road go right. This will lead you onto the Midway Plaisance (59th St) Go to Woodlawn Avenue, Turn left and park. Ida Noyes Hall is on the northeast corner of Woodlawn and Midway. Rockefeller Memorial Chapel is on the northwest corner of Woodlawn and Midway.