Re: newcomers meetings in vancouver bc
- Dan commented:
<<< I'm in the lionsgate area, and I was introduced to
Tamsyn leRous <tamsynlerous@...> >>>
The An Tir website should be locatable with a simple google search. It will have a list of the local groups in An Tir and that will tell you and the other poster which groups might be near you.
<<< She has a mailing list, and may know people who would be interested in the
meet up. >>>
You don't need to organize a local group in order to create a local support group to carpool together to other group's events and help you do things locally. In fact, I generally recommend forming a household (an informal SCA group) rather than burden yourself with the formalities of a creating a local official group.
Houses-Guilds-art (8K) 6/19/12 "On Households, Guilds etc in the SCA" by Lord Ian the Green.
SCA-Housholds-art (10K) 8/31/09 "Introduction to SCA Households" by Maistor Justinos Tekton called Justin.
<<< My wife and I are still quite new ourselves and although both of
us would likely not be able to make it due to a small child, one of us may
be interested in attending. >>>
Are you talking about one specific event? The SCA can be a great learning environment for children and you can make it easier on yourself by banding together with other parents to share childcare/watching work.
Take a look at some of the files in the Florilegium CHILDREN section to see if some of them might help you.
babies-msg (124K) 12/ 1/11 Camping with babies.
children-SCA-msg (20K) 5/20/12 Comments about children in the SCA.
child-clothes-msg (40K) 5/12/11 Period and SCA children's clothing.
child-gam-msg (30K) 8/25/00 Period and SCA children's games.
child-tags-msg (24K) 5/20/12 Identity tags for children at SCA events.
child-wagons-msg (12K) 8/21/07 Wagons for hauling children at events.
toddlr-tethrs-msg (14K) 4/29/09 Use of tethers/"leading strings" to control toddlers in period and the SCA.
THLord Stefan li Rous Barony of Bryn Gwlad Kingdom of Ansteorra
Mark S. Harris Austin, Texas StefanliRous@...
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