There are several ways people begin participating in the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA), and there is no one single correct path. You can find your local group and attend a local meeting – local meetings are free to attend and there are not requirements for historical clothing. Drop in and check out what people […]
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Meetings Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA) meetings happen around the region and on different schedules for different local groups. SCA members and guests gather together and practice or work on projects. There are often a variety of project nights and classes, fighter practices, archery practices, and sometimes equestrian or bardic activities available. Check with your […]
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In one sentence, the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA), is a world-wide non-profit historical recreation organization. But one sentence is not enough in order to encapsulate the diversity of experiences of all of the people who participate within the SCA. For over 50 years, the SCA has continued to evolve and change. Those who participate […]
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Sept 29-30, Frosted Helm – Come Home to the Heartland, Des Moines, IA Frosted Helm is an example of a local event held by an Iowa group. The Des Moines SCA chapter is hosting an event that will feature combat, archery and other SCA activities. Guests and new members are welcome to attend our weekend […]
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