Fencing has a new home!

Every Thursday 7:30 PM - 10:00 PM Trinity Presbyterian Church 590 Gainsborough Rd  
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Metal Etched Brass Weregild Coins

A Prize Worthy of a Viking Duel Coming up in our Shire of Trinovantia Nova on June 18, 2015 we'll be holding an Einvigi inspired rapier combat tournament.  In researching the history and traditions of Einvigi duels, I ran across a reference to weregild (gold paid for...
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The Order of Defense

Exciting news for our kingdom of Ealdormere and the SCA.  On February 2, 2015 the Board of Directors held a teleconference to further discuss and approve the proposed changes to corpora to found the Order of Defense, our new rapier peerage: SCA Announcements Creation...
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Acknowledgement Of Blows In SCA Rapier Combat

To help promote knowledge and excellence in our local fencing group, I've taken up posting what will (hopefully) be a periodic series of posts on SCA/Ealdormere fencing rules...  The SCA rules are the core rules that we follow, with our local Ealdormere Rapier...
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Fencing in the SCA – What is there to do?

So.  You've found a local SCA group and you're keen to start fencing...  Undoubtedly you have lots of questions, and lots of excitement.  One of the simplest questions you may have is: What exactly is SCA fencing? In our area of the SCA, the Kingdom of Ealdormere, we...
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Welcome to the Shire of Trinovantia Nova, in the Kingdom of Ealdormere! We are a local chapter of the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA). Our lands cover the city of London, Ontario, Canada and surrounding areas including notably St. Thomas.

The SCA is an international organization dedicated to researching and re-creating the arts and skills of the Middle Ages. For more information about the SCA, check out www.sca.org.

Some of our varied activities include armored combat, rapier combat, medieval Arts and Sciences, archery, renaissance dancing, and mead making. We host a few large events every year as well as doing demonstrations for schools in the area. Mostly, we have a lot of fun while learning more about the history of former times when life was simpler.

You can get involved in our group simply by contacting our Castellan or showing up to one of our bi-monthly meetings or other events. We are friendly and quite happy to see new faces!