Greetings! We’re so happy you found us. Here’s some more information to get you started:
A great place to start, if you have basic questions, is to email our Chatelain, Odd. He’s the officer in charge of greeting and helping new members, and he would love to answer any questions you might have. Other Shire officers are listed here.
How to keep in touch
We have a Facebook group page (or search for Shire of Mountain Freehold SCA) Please join us for conversations, last minute updates, and photos of our activities.
If you don’t do Facebook, we have an alternative – it’s an email discussion list, text-only. It’s based on the UVM servers, and it’s a bit archaic, but it’s free, stable, and there’s no advertising or spam. We try to copy all info into both sources. To sign up for the email list, go here and look for the subscribe/unsubscribe button on the right.
We have local events in Mountain Freehold, a few times a year. Information on upcoming events can be found here.
Mountain Freehold is one of many groups in the East Kingdom, and groups play together. Click here for a map of the local region of the East Kingdom. Other events throughout the Kingdom are listed here. Once you get oriented, you may find yourself traveling to the events held in nearby groups, or even more distant ones, which can be lots of fun!
Between events, we have meetings and practices. Once a month we have an officer’s meeting to discuss the business of the shire – these meetings are open for anyone to attend. Practices are held almost every week, for fencing and heavy list. Archery practices happen during the summer. We have an Arts and Sciences meeting once a month on a specific topic or to work on personal projects. Information about current meetings and practices can be found here.
Are you thinking about going to your first event but aren’t sure what to do? Click here for more information.
We are one of many groups in the East Kingdom, and groups play together. Click here for a map of the local region of the East Kingdom.
Travel further down the rabbit hole. Click here to learn how to Become More Involved.