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The SCA tries to recreate the best and most fun aspects of the Middle Ages, while leaving out all the unpleasant parts. We have tournaments and feasts, pursue crafts such as calligraphy, embroidery, wood and leatherwork, making garb, armour, beer and liqueurs. And occasionally we'll visit our neighbours interstate and have a battle or war, followed by tales and company in the evening.
Please come and join us. The easiest way to find out more or join in is to come along to one of our meetings or events. Most Sundays (check the Calendar first) we meet at the Beulah Park Girl Guide Hall from noon for Rapier and Heavy Combat practice, Arts & Sciences, and Dance practice. These meetings are informal, no need to dress in medieval garb.
Or come to one of our events. An attempt at medieval garb is preferred (and required for feasts and formal events).
** Notice of upcoming A&S Competitions**
A&S Competitions focus on articles/inspiration from pre 1600 CE.
Entrants must submit competition paperwork with each entry and documentation is highly desirable.
Everyone is welcome to enter.
As always, be creative!
At the Baron's Championship Tourney on 11 March, the following A&S competition will be run -
*" An item inspired by or to honour the Baron"
At the Eclipse Heraldic Tournament on March 26th, the following A&S competitions will be run-
* ''Something that floats on water'' and
* "A new heraldic item"
There is a boating pond at this venue, so if you have ever thought of creating a miniature vessel from the SCA time period, this competition might be for you.