In the SCA a Guild is a group that exists around researching and practising a particular non-armoured activity, rather than forming in a particular geographical location (such as Baronies, Shires, Cantons and Hamlets) or based on a friendship group (such as Households). Guilds are often structured with ranks denoting expertise and experience. For details regarding a Guild, please contact the Guild directly. For more information see Guilds in Lochac on the Lochac Arts and Sciences website.
|Brewers, Vintners and Imbibers Guild
|The role of the guild is to encourage and foster the various brewing arts and to also encourage responsible production, serving, and consumption of products produced by our members.
|Worshipful Company of Broderers
|The aim of the Company is to advance the study and practice of pre-1600 AD European needlework in Lochac and in the Known World.
|The purpose of this guild shall be to: Practice cooking in the style of the Medieval and Renaissance periods; further research and study of period cooking; make available information on all aspects of period cooking as it pertains to the Society for Creative Anachronism; and maintain an index of information and period resources.
|Guild Of Defence
|The Guild is dedicated to the promotion, teaching and learning of the art and science of fence with the civilian weapons, and the research of the ancient schools or treatise of fence.
|Herb & Garden Guild
|The Guild aims to further the research and study of period herbalism and gardening, and make available information on aspects of period herbalism, horticulture and gardens.
|College and Confraternity of Scribes and Illuminators
|The College supports and encourages research, teaching and practice of the medieval scribal arts, recruits and train scribes, produces Award scrolls for the people of the Kingdom, and facilitates production of other documents such as charters, fealties, and credentials.
|Guild of the Silver Rondel
|The Guild of the Silver Rondel is the dance guild in the Kingdom of Lochac. The Guild encourages pre-17th century dancing, holds competitions, and holds the Bal d' Argent: the social dance event of the year.
|Helping to support woodworkers in Lochac in their quest to make stuff out of wood.