BREWER’S GUILD
The Brewer’s Guild focuses on all things brewed.
Guild Master –
Secretary –

 

TINKER’S GUILD


The Dun Or Tinker’s Guild will NOT meet in December, due to the holidays!.

The Dun Or Tinker’s Guild is a group that shares the passion for … well tinkering. We bring our inquisitive minds, talents, skills, knowledge, and love for all things built to the table to figure out just how things work. It’s not just a hobby, but a passion. If something moves or ticks we’ve probably tried to figure out how it works. If that’s you, than this is the place for you.
Guild Master Fadl (Fadi) ibn ‘Abd al-‘Aziz alQahiri
Guild Scribe– Killian the Drunken Scottsman
Facebook Group  Dun Or Tinker’s Guild

 

YOUTH AND FAMILY ACHIEVEMENT PROGRAM

Welcome to the Society for Creative Anachronism’s Youth and Family Achievement Program, also known as YAFA. This program was developed to be easy for parents to use and local groups to administer, and designed to meet the changing needs and desires of our members with families. Participation is open to families with at least one current paid member.

The mission for the YAFA program is to encourage active participation by families with children and teens in the study of a variety of medieval subjects and activities, sharing their experiences and accomplishments with others, and create ownership and investment in the Society. The goal is to have an energetic society of honorable and knowledgeable citizens developed from within. This program will guide and encourage young people and their families in seeking opportunities for involvement in the SCA.

The SCA’s Youth and Family Achievement program (YAFA) is looking for mentors!

The only way this program will be successful is through the support and involvement of mentors like you. By dedicating some of your time and sharing your knowledge and passion, you have an opportunity to pass along your knowledge and skills to the next generation of fighters, artisans and leaders of the SCA in a structured environment that will be recognized across the known world.

The YAFA program is now open to all members interested in being a mentor and signing up is easy! Go to yafa.sca.org, click “Mentor Application” at the top of the page and fill out the form. Your kingdom’s Youth Officer will then contact you with more details.

On August 31, 2015, this program will fully launch and be available for families to sign up. A follow up announcement will be made with the full details. In the meantime, for more information about the program, please click the “Resources” tab at the top of the YAFA website. Included are links to videos describing all aspects of the program and a FAQ page. Please feel free to contact your Kingdom Youth officer if you have any questions, comments or concerns.

Resources:
YAFA website: http://yafa.sca.org/.
YAFA FAQ’s: http://sca.org/YAFA-FAQ.pdf
YAFA team: yafa@sca.org

 

SCA PHOTOGRAPHY – DIGITAL SCRIBES PROGRAM

The SCA is one of the most visually engaging organizations in the world! We are pleased to have a host of photographers documenting the activities of the Society. We have created a Digital Scribes program to provide SCA branches and officers a host of great photography to enrich their publications.

Guidelines for Use

The photographers in this program have provided Society release forms (available upon request) and have indicated that all photos were taken in public places at Society activities. Only the photographs in the specific gallery linked and any sub-galleries contained within that link are released for Society use; please contact the photographer if you would like to use photos in any other accessible gallery.

At this time, all photographs under the release may be used in Society entities’ websites and social media. Any photographs that do not contain people may be used for print publications.

The Society is pleased to provide this directory as a courtesy. The photographers retain all rights and responsibilities concerning their photographs. Please notify the photographer when you have used their work and include a copy or link if possible. Always give credit to the original photographer when possible. All external links are not part of the Society Seneschal web site. Inclusion of a page or site here is neither implicit nor explicit endorsement of the site. Further, SCA, Inc. is not responsible for content outside of sca.org.

Digital Scribe Directory
  • Lady Catalina Iannarella di Colliano (Karen DeMichiei) – Gallery– Email
  • Cian Mor (Gerald Ford) – Gallery– Email
  • THL Cinaéd de Eden (Ken Eden) – Gallery– Email
  • Viscountess Danielle de la Roche (April Edwards) – Gallery– Email
  • Countess Dulcia MacPherson (Elizabeth M Bair Brooks) – Gallery– Email
  • Viscountess Elashava bas Riva (Susan Gilbert) – Gallery– Email
  • Lord Hanse Drachensohn – Gallery– Email
  • >Helene von Braunschweyg (Helene Brashear) – Gallery– Email
  • Lady Marissa von Atzinger (Marissa Williams) – – Email
  • Lady Reyna Thorne (Dawn Marino) – Gallery– Email
  • Lady Sholeh of the House Black Company (Virginia Sims) – Gallery– Email
  • Ursus of Anglesey (Timothy Tyson) – Gallery– Email
  • Lady Wanda Ostojowna (Wanda Lee Kinnie) – Gallery– Email
  • Lord William Barfoot (Carl Trinkle) – Gallery– Email
    — Updated 04/14/15
Want to be a Digital Scribe?

We’re always looking for new photographers to join the program. Contact Master Alexandairfor more details and to enroll.