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  • Teaching classes at A Monk's Life: Scribing and Imbibin2: Back to t

    It was so much fun the first time we are doing it again! Anyone who wishes to teach a scribal class at A Monk's Life: Scribin and Imbibin 2: Back at the

    jeffnaggie 11 hours ago
  • Youth Boffer Combat

    Good Gentles of the Barony-- Recently, a question was asked about Youth Combat, and there was an email sent out the officers "who does this?" The answer is

    17 hours ago
  • Re: Digest Number 2627

    Inside would be warmer....isn't there a largish building towards the front of the North gate....almost like a welcome center? Hillary ... From: Dayle Harding

    jeffnaggie 3 days ago
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The Barony of Ayreton is the name for the Chicago area within the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA), a non-profit historic research and educational organization devoted to the study and reenactment of past people and cultures, concentrating on pre-seventeenth century Europe during the Medieval, Middle-Ages, and Renaissance periods, and to reproduce the skills and arts of this era.   This is in the Midlands region (Illinois) of the Middle Kingdom (Midrealm, the Great Lakes area of the Midwest of the United States).   Go to http://www.ayreton.org and http://www.sca.org for more information.

This mailing list is used to make announcements and discussion pertaining to all of the groups in the area: Tree-Girt-Sea, Grey Gargoyles, Rokkehealden, Foxvale, and Vanished Wood.   This is an attempt to reduce the cross-posting of other lists within the region.   We encourage all people in and around Ayreton to subscribe and receive individual email or digests.  

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