M’Lords & M’Ladies!
You are invited to join us for a day of history and fun at the Lewis & Clark Festival park. Join us after the Cherry Festival parade on April 22nd for an afternoon of fun!
The local chapter of the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA) will be demonstrating life in the middle ages: dancing, armor, music, arts, crafts, archery, clothing, food, fighting and more!
Bring the whole family and cheer on your favorite fighter during the tournament or learn a courtly dance. Learn to make chainmail or weave a wire necklace like the viking women wore. Watch artisans make glass beads or play
a board game like Hnefatafl or Nine Man’s Morris
…there’s fun for everyone!
The SCA is a hobby organization focusing on the Middle Ages (600 AD to 1600 AD). Members conduct study of pre-17th century European history through a variety of activities, including reproducing clothing, cooking with medieval recipes, creating household items with traditional tools, archery, fencing and the martial arts of combat in suits of armor using swords.
The Society is a worldwide organization established in 1966. It has brought together thousands of people to re-create the Middle Ages in a family friendly environment to share what they learn.
We invite you to join us and learn more about who we are and what we do.
Every person involved, and everything we make, has a story behind them.