I'm new to SCA and the l
mark_harris at quickmail.sps.mot.com
Wed Feb 26 09:50:57 PST 1997
Danielle the Midwife declared:
>> Upon initial contact, it would be
>>explained what to expect and what to wear.
>Great idea. Especially for someone new like me. At the beginning of my
>first meeting, I kept saying I'm lost. I still am. But now I'm having fun
>being lost. Can't wait til my first weekend event. What are those things
You might be interested in looking at some of the files in my SCA Rialto
Files. For instance, the NEWCOMER'S section has these files:
4-newcomers-msg (23K) 1/ 2/97 Comments directed at SCA newcomers.
callig-beg-msg (9K) 3/12/96 Hints for beginning calligraphers.
courtesy-msg (32K) 1/19/96 Courtesy guidelines in the SCA and
Hand-kissing and bowing.
names-FAQ (14K) 5/ 8/96 Choosing and registering names in the
SCA-courtesy-art (14K) 5/22/96 Courtesy guidelines by Ioseph of
SCA-intro-art (23K) 11/14/95 An Introduction to the SCA.
SCA-Rialto-FAQ (50K) 6/21/96 SCA FAQ list from the Rialto
These files can be found at:
I also have sections on ARCHERY, ANIMALS, BEVERAGES, CULTURES, COMBAT,
FOOD, TEXTILE ARTS, PERSONAS, SCA STORIES, PENNSIC, PERFORMANCE ARTS and
a number of others.
Hope you find this collection useful. Please feel free to send me email if
you have any questions about the SCA. If I can't answer the questions I'll
direct you to some one who can.
We usually just call weekend events, "events".
Stefan li Rous
Barony of Bryn Gwlad
markh at risc.sps.mot.com
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address inside your message.
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