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" Virtute non Verbis"

The most noble Order of the Nut and the Squirrel is best described as an Arts & Sciences Household in the SCA. Membership is by invitation only but we love to welcome guests to our encampments and other activities. While there may be chapters elsewhere in the future the only lodge of the most noble Order of the Nut and the Squirrel can be found within the boundaries of the Shire of Castlemere in the Kingdom of Trimaris.

The Order of the Nut and the Squirrel was born out of the love of the arts and sciences, the courtesy and pageantry and the enthusiasm that can be found in the SCA. We are a small group of likeminded people who desire to be an example of the best of the SCA, to further the arts and sciences and to have fun both within and without the SCA !

You know you're a "nutty Squirrel" if

- your number of current projects is higher than the number of remaining
months in the year
- you suffer from a serious case of "helium hand"
- you follow through with your commitments
- you held, hold or are going to hold an office or eventposition during the
past 6 months
- you still manage a 'normal' life outside the SCA
- bruises, blisters, etc. don't stop you from trying yet another new
craft/science
- you do consider writing letter of recommendations a good idea
- you want to learn "how they did it"
- you try how they did it and have a ball doing so
- "peri-oid" is nice but period is better
- you think of Joanns, Hancocks, Calico Corner, etc. as "pet stores" [pet
the fabric]
- your decorating scheme is "bookcase eclectic"

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  • Oct 14, 2005
  • English

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