Hi everyone, Due to a very slow response from ACT parks and a slightly stressed out and overwhelmed steward we can no longer hold the event at Nara Park. The new location is the scout hall in Ainslie, our usual training park
NEW LOCATION: Ainslie Scout Hall, corner of Ebden St and Hassall St, Ainslie ACT 2602.
NEW TIME: 12PM TO 4PM
Please spread the message FAR AND WIDE!!!
Dance will not go ahead tomorrow evening. Normal schedule will resume from next week.
I journey to Bordescros on Friday to help defend our southern borders from the Mongol horde that is ravening the land. As you may be aware, already Rowany, Ynys Fawr and the whole of the Crescent Isles have succumbed and rumour is that the Khan is turning his attention towards our fair and prosperous barony.
But fret not – Sir Ysambart our sergeant and Lord Otto our heavy champion will be joining me in Bordescros and other doughty Politarchopolans too are lending aid. Let me know if you are joining us.
This weekend shall be a mighty defeat for the horde.
– Baron Crispin
On the 28th of February, Politarchopolis hosts the Valentine’s Day Regatta & Games Day. Normally held as close to the 14th as possible, this year we’re going for double the love!
You are invited to recognise those who are deserving of admiration (a messenger service will run throughout the day), picnic on the food provided by House Rookwood and try your skill & luck at games!
Boats are under construction (Henley on Todd style) and Their Excellencie, Joan and Crispin look forward to seeing the members of their populace triumph in feats of skill and courtesy!
Costs and booking details can be found here.
It’s time to pick up your sword and fight like a knight as you learn the arts of medieval warfare in this full speed, full contact pursuit! On 1 March 2015 at the Ainslie Scout Hall (cnr of Ebden & Hassall Streets, Ainslie) we, the Canberra chapter of the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA), will be starting our 8 week Foundations of Combat course.
This course is designed to teach the fundamentals of armoured combat in the SCA.
Any child can tell you of the famous Knights of the Round Table, and most will learn of the exploits of King Richard and the great crusaders. However, the formal training that led to the glory of these armoured heroes remains largely ignored in the modern day.
Our latest course starts on 1 March 2015 and details can be found here.
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Well that was huge.
We talked to so many people excited to hear about our modern medieval world!
We explored the possibilities for forming a navy! (Okay we talked to the professionals)
We stood up for social justice because being medieval doesn’t mean living in the past! #UNwomenaust
It’s the national multicultural festival time! Yes, that weekend where Canberra comes out to party and the Barony is right there too! For the fourth year in a row, you’ll find us at the Community day this Sunday sharing our passion for the modern middle ages! Get your photo taken with a knight, a lord, a lady or their Excellencies, Joan and Crispin, Baron & Baroness!
Baron Crispin recently visited his Cousins in the Barony of Southron Guard (South Island, New Zealand) for the annual Canterbury Faire. The event was honoured by the presence of Their Majesties, Kinggiyadai Khagan I and Altani Khalighu Yeke Khatun I, our most glorious King and Queen of Lochac
He was not alone, being joined by a good number of Politarchopolis including Sir Blethyn, Baroness Ailis, Lady Helouys to name a few.
The event showcases both the arts & sciences as well as the combat arts.