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SCA, anyone?

Totally spaced on the fact that Uncle Rashid is coming down to an SCA event local to me on February 28, so Q and I are going. It's called "A Day in the Middle East" and it looks like a pretty relaxing event, so it should be fun (hopefully Q has off that night so he can enjoy the whole day). With luck Uncle will stay the weekend - yay!

If anyone else is local or in the DC/MD/VA area, let me know.


Feb. 11th, 2009 09:16 pm (UTC)
well around here my experience has been that most groups are fighter centric and kinda eh to the arts. the exception being the group in Beaver falls area but i am to far away to play with them. evidently they judge where you are supposed to play by area code. and i get to be in hunter hell i mean hunters home for the aged.. i mean just hunters home again. The only time i had ever done anything with them was at Pennsic Practice and they made us all go to bed (as unruly teens and young adults since i was twenty (do you remember twenty. cause i am getting fuzzy on it) at 10 pm. cause of the old codgers that wanted sleep and the fighters and archers that had to get up really early for practice on the field.

but yeah most fo the little events i have been too were very fighter centric and low on A&S except for middle eastern events. they are always a lot of fun.
Feb. 12th, 2009 03:44 am (UTC)
Interestingly, this event is specifically billed as a non-fighting event, per some kind of tradition, so there might be hope for the folks down here yet. :)
Feb. 12th, 2009 09:32 am (UTC)
that's one of the reasons it seems so nice to me. I never did a feast for an SCA event but i miss doing them for some of the larp groups i hung out with. and for holidays.
Feb. 12th, 2009 02:50 pm (UTC)
Wow, you've never done a feast at a local event? They're usually quite awesome.
Feb. 13th, 2009 05:48 pm (UTC)
done as in Actually cooked it. i have gone to feasts at a few smaller events and it was wonderful.

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