This is not your dry, sit in class and listen history we’re talking about here. It’s roll up your sleeves and dive right in hands on history. Hit your (armored) friends with rattan sticks as hard as you can. Fence like a musketeer or a pirate for honor or booty. Send your cedar shaft (or fiberglass for combat) speeding to hit your target with deadly accuracy like Robin Hood of yore. If you are not into combat or weapons, there is still a great many other things to be done. Learn any number of arts and crafts from people that have developed skills and techniques for making or doing things the way they were centuries ago. Perform fine arts and participate in group competitions. There is literally so much to do and learn that you could spend all your time and never even put a dent in it.
Beyond all the competitions and projects, the royalty and ceremonies, the SCA is at its heart all about having fun. Sure, we do like people to make an effort to play the part, but it’s not all about dressing up and recreating history. The Society is a great place to meet people with similar interests and make new friends. I have friends all over the country now that I met in the SCA. No matter where you go in the United States or many other countries you can find a local group. So come out to one of our events, go to one of our meetings, or contact our Hospitaler or any other officer for more information. And once again, welcome to Wiesenfeuer!
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Interested in learning more? Contact our Hospitaler! Their information can be found on the officers page! and they will be happy to answer questions or help you prepare for your first event!
Well the calendar says winter is almost here but the weather says otherwise!The warmer temps made for a most excellent Axeman and BAM. Axeman brought in over a 100 toys for the Baroness Toy Drive, Namron won this year but we will get them next time! A great time was had by all at BAM and Congratulations to Centurion William Lindsay!
Valia and I would like to thank you one and all for a Spectacular Yule! So much fun! Thank you to everyone for all your hard work at making this a most awesome event. Many more ‘thank you’s to come!
Now that Yule has passed us once more it’s time to start thinking to next year and the events that need autocrats. First up Red Plains Baronial needs You! Red Plains will again be a joint venture including the Baronies of Eldern Hills, Northkeep and Namron. The autocrat for Wiesenfeuer would be working with the autocrats from each group. Eldern Hills is the sponsoring group this year. If you are interested in becoming an autocrat or helping out please let us and the Seneschal know.
We’ve also got demo’s coming next year! On the 18th of February we will be going to Haldtre for the Second Medieval Arts and Craft at SWOSU. Last year was well attended and this year there are more activities planned. Watch for more information as we get closer.
Gulf War 2017 registration is open! If you pre-register and plan on camping with the Barony you need to make sure you put you are camping with Wiesenfeuer. If you would like to camp with the Barony please contact HE Aldric. The more folks who register with the Barony the more land we will be granted.
If you think someone deserves an award and not sure how to proceed please talk to any officer or send us and email. We will be happy to help.
Valia and I hope your holiday season is full of family and friends. Thank you to each and every one of you for an exciting year and we can’t wait to see what the next one brings.
Dee and ValiaBaronesses of Wiesenfeuer