The Shire-March of Grimfells

The Shire-March of Grimfells is a local Northwest Arkansas group of the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA), an international organization dedicated to recreating aspects of the Middle Ages.

The Shire-March of Grimfells

The Shire-March of Grimfells is a local Northwest Arkansas group of the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA), an international organization dedicated to recreating aspects of the Middle Ages.

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What is the Society for Creative Anachronism?

scaThe SCA is a practical history society, recreating the arts and skills of pre-17th century Europe. While dressed in clothing of the Middle Ages and Renaissance, you can experience tournaments, royal courts, feasts, and dancing. You also have the opportunity to learn and practice ancient arts and skills — calligraphy, cooking, armoring, metalworking, carpentry, and needlework (to name just a few) — within an all-ages social group. The SCA is a great place to make friends and learn transferable skills.

The Falcon Crown

Their Royal Majesties Ashir & Ashland

Their Royal Majesties Xerxis & BelAnna

Caius Rectus Xerxis
Caius Rectus XerxisKing of Calontir
Bele Anna de Rugé
Bele Anna de RugéQueen of Calontir

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Frequently Asked Questions

This sounds neat! But I don't know anyone in the SCA. How do I join?

The SCA is divided up into a number of Kingdoms, which are further divided into Shires, Baronies, and other local branches like that. Most people get involved through their local branch, and the system is mainly designed around that. So your first step is usually to find your local branch.

The SCA Home Page has a couple of sections which can help make this easier. Go take a look at the discussion of Locating an SCA Group Near You. This gives a lot of pointers on how to get in touch with your local branch. Once you've found the local branch, contact them and tell them that you're interested in joining. They should be able to help from there.

How do I find the nearest SCA branch?
I'm under 18; can I still play?
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I'm interested in forming a household. How do I do this?