[Sca-cooks] A roast for a feast...
phlip at 99main.com
Sun Nov 25 13:04:03 PST 2007
Well, to get started, go to www.sca.org. If you're in Texas, you're in
the kingdom of Ansteorra, and I think they've got a method of figuring
out which area your local group is in, who to contact, and where they
We're not a Renn Faire, we're SCA- we're all participants. The feast
you've just posted into the thread on will be in New York. While some
of us are from England ant points east, many of us are here in the US.
Not sure how Ansteorra's website is set up, but the East Kingdom
website is set up so that there's a whole area for upcoming evenys,
with links to information about them.
Where are you? As it happens, several of the List members are in
Texas, and if one of them's near you, he or she might be willing to
help you get started.
On Sep 7, 2007 5:24 PM, Gwen Barclay <gwenb at cvtv.net> wrote:
> I would be ever so grateful if someone could clue me in how the location of
> the various feasts I read about are discovered. Many of the correspondents
> in these e-mails must be acquainted somehow in order to connect. I surmise
> that a lot of the events take place in the UK but other than that, what's
> the secret to learning more?
> In my part of Texas (USA), a number of SCA enthusiasts participated in the
> early Texas Renaissance Festivals held outside Houston. I haven't been able
> to attend in many years so I have lost track of those members. I would like
> to have some ideas on getting back into the loop.
> Many thanks in advance.
> Sca-cooks mailing list
> Sca-cooks at lists.ansteorra.org
Heat it up
Hit it hard
Repent as necessary.
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notices I have read with pleasure. -Clarence Darrow
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