Pennsic War

Atlantia to side with Midrealm at Pennsic

On the 24th day of February, XLII AS, Prince Lucius Aurelius Valharic made known that his kingdom of Atlantia will side with Prince Dag Thorgrimsson and the Kingdom of the Middle this summer at the Pennsic War.

"Murder at the War" author interviewed

Author and SCA member Mary Kuhfeld, creator of Murder at the War and the Sister Frevisse mysteries (written under the names of Mary Monica Pulver and Margaret Frazier), was interviewed recently by David Gustafson of the Star Tribune.

Darter's Pennsic 35 Photos Online

Darter the Chronicler (Ron Lutz II) has posted his photo galleries from Pennsic 35 (2006). Darter is the photographer who produced the wonderful 2006-2007 Pennsic War calendar.

Pennsic Site Fees Increased

Due to the rise in Pennsylvania's minimum wage, the Coopers have been forced to increase the gate fee for Pennsic 36. Adult member fees (without pre-registration) will be increased to $130 for those attending both weeks.

Pennsic DVD to be Available Soon

Thomas M Gofton of Lynnvander Productions has announced that the comprehensive DVD that was filmed at Pennsic XXXV will soon be available.

West Kingdom at Pennsic XXIII

Baron Khevron of the West Kingdom has posted a small album of photos of Kingdom attendees at Pennsic 23.

Calontir Soup Kitchen Feeds an Army at Pennsic

Baroness BelAnna de Rouge reports on the activities of the Calontir Soup Kitchen at Pennsic XXXV.

Clan Tynker Performs at Pennsic Video

Fans of the performance troupe Clan Tynker will want to tune in to a YouTube video of the group taken at Pennsic 35.

Pennsic A&S Exhibit Photos Online

A small album of photos from the Arts and Sciences Exhibition at Pennsic XXXV are available to view on the Kodak Gallery website.

A Pennsic Royal Journal

Her Majesty Mary-Grace, Queen of the Kingdom of Gleann Abhann, shares Her account of Her journey to Pennsic 35.

Pennsic Chirurgeonate Concerns

Jason Williams, Chairman, SCA Inc., addresses concerns about the closing of Chirurgeon's Point at Pennsic XXXV.

Justin's photos from Pennsic War 35 Publisher Iustinos Tekton presents his photos from Pennsic War XXXV (2006).

Darwin Awards Author at Pennsic

Wendy Northcutt, author of the Darwin Award books, attended Pennsic 35 and collected a few SCA stories for future volumes.

Eirik Andersen's Pennsic War 35 Opening Ceremonies Photos

Eirik Andersen has posted the first of his Pennsic 35 photo albums: Opening Ceremonies.

Liam St. Liam's Pennsic 35 Photos Online

Pennsic Independent photographer Liam St. Liam has posted an album of photos taken at Pennsic 35.

Pennsic 35 Final Results

The attendance totals and final results of Pennsic 35 have been posted on the official Pennsic website.

Pennsic "Fight for Kids" 2007

Freiman the Minstrel is in the process of organizing a Fight For Kids at Pennsic 2007 heavy fighters' tournament for Pennsic XXXVI and is looking for volunteers to help with the project.

Milica's Pennsic XXXV photos

THL Milica of Varna,'s Editor-In-Chief, has posted the first of her photo albums from the just-concluded Pennsic War XXXV.

EMS company given charge of Chirurgeon’s Point at Pennsic

At midnight on Saturday evening (August 12), the SCA Chirurgeonate at Pennsic 35 was informed that their duties were being assumed by a private EMS company, Northwest EMS.

"Unforgettable I Do's" Include SCAdian Wedding

Sarika Jagtiani of the Associated Press looks at themed weddings including that of one couple, Diana Stoughton and Andrew Hazen, who met at the Pennsic War and married at AEthelmearc War Practice.

Pennsic Fools' Parade!

Feeling foolish? If so, join the rest of the performers, acrobats, musicians and other crazies for the annual Pennsic Fools' Parade Tuesday, August 15, 2006!

Heirusalem and Cally Eat Out: Eppinger's

On the way to Pennsic, on the way home, or just running errands, there are traditional and not-so-traditional Pennsic dining spots around Cooper’s Lake. Heirusalem and Cally from the Pennsic Independent took a tour of some of these spots recently and had a few things to mention.

Known World Players announce performance of Wakefield Cycle for Pennsic 2007

Press Release: The Known World Players are proud to announce their most ambitious project to date for Pennsic 2007: a selection of ten to twelve plays from the Wakefield Cycle, to be performed on pageant wagons in authentic medieval style.

Known World Players feature comedies, reunion for Pennsic XXXV

The Known World Players, a performing arts troupe, have big plans for Pennsic War this year, including a seven-year reunion and productions of A Midsummer Night's Dream and Gammer Gurton’s Needle.

Heirusalem and Cally Eat Out: Hugger Mugger

On the way to Pennsic, on the way home, or just running errands, there are traditional and not-so-traditional Pennsic dining spots near Cooper’s Lake Campground. Heirusalem and Cally from PI took a tour of some of these spots recently and had a few things to mention.

A Cathedral By Night: Photos and History of ShadowClans

Many Pennsic-goers know and admire the beautiful ShadowClans cathedral façade. At Pennsic XXXIV,'s Publisher, Justin, spent a moonlit evening with Fenris and Pip and his digital camera. Just in time for Pennsic XXXV, we present the photo shoot by Justin and a history of the ShadowClans household by Fenris, one of the founding Elders of the household.

SCA History Night to be Held at Pennsic 35

The Pennsic Independent reports that an exhibition on the history of the SCA will be displayed at Pennsic War 35.

Pennsic to Feature Laurels' Prize Tourney

Maitresse Yvianne de Castel d'Avignon has announced that a Laurel's Prize Tourney will take place Friday August 18, 2006 at 2:00 p.m. on the Blue Tourney Field.

Pennsic Volunteers Needed

We need YOU to help at the War!! Want to help, but don't know where to start, or what area needs the most assistance? We have the answers for you!

Printing Proof of SCA Membership for Pennsic War

Maistor Iustinos Tekton called Justin, Chief Technology Officer for the Society for Creative Anachronism, reminds Pennsic attendees to make certain that they have a valid proof of membership before arriving at the War.