We, Titus Aurelius Magnus and Sorcha of Stonegrave, Prefect and Baroness of An Dubhaigeainn, extend greetings and welcome to the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA). The Barony is the local chapter of the SCA, which encompasses Suffolk County (New York). Covering from the eastern tips of the Long Island forks to our western border (approximately Route 110), including our Canton of Hawkes Reache (a small sub group of the Barony). Best Wishes and a welcome to the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA).

So… What do we do in the SCA? We are a Medieval Re-enactment group covering the time period from the fall of the roman empire to the death of Queen Elizabeth. (~600AD to ~1600AD) Our events are less for viewing and more for doing.  Here’s a brief list of what we do…

Martial Arts
– Armored Combat
– Fencing
– Archery
– Thrown Weapons
– Siege Weapons
Feasts
– Cooking
– Research
Arts & Sciences – Fiber Arts
– Spinning
– Weaving
– Dyeing
– Historic Construction
Bardic Arts
– Choral and
Instrumental Music
– Poetry
– Story Telling
Culture
– Social Customs
– Education
– Etiquette
AND Much, Much more!!

We expand our knowledge as people find new interests and pursue them. After all, we are a not-for-profit educational organization. Meetings and workshops sites are further in this site, or in our local newsletter, the Viaduct. Hope to see you soon!

If you are looking for a interesting demo, we have worked with local libraries, Schools, Boy and Girl Scout troops, and other venues.

If you like this brief overview, please feel free to contact us by e-mail or in person at events, come over and say hi in person. Other contact people are our Chatelaine (the welcome person), Lady Onora inghean Ui Ruairc and our Seneschal (President of our group or the real guy in charge) Master Jean Xavier Boullier. Any of us will be happy to answer any questions you might have.

Upcoming local events and demonstrations are listed in the Event Announcements section. For more information about individual events, please contacts the Autocrat (Event Coordinator) listed for the specific activity.

Zip codes that we cover:

00501, 11705, 11717, 11725, 11738, 11746, 11755, 11768, 11776, 11786, 11795, 11932, 11941, 11950, 11957, 11964, 11972, 00544, 11706, 11718, 11726, 11739, 11747, 11757, 11769, 11777, 11787, 11796, 11933, 11942, 11951, 11958, 11965, 11973, 06390, 11707, 11719, 11727, 11740, 11749, 11760, 11770, 11778, 11788, 11798, 11934, 11944, 11952, 11959, 11967, 11975, 11701, 11708, 11720, 11729, 11741, 11750, 11763, 11772, 11779, 11789, 11805, 11935, 11946, 11953, 11960, 11968, 11976, 11702, 11713, 11721, 11730, 11742, 11751, 11764, 11772, 11780, 11790, 11901, 11937, 11947, 11954, 11961, 11969, 11977, 11703, 11715, 11722, 11731, 11743, 11752, 11766, 11772, 11782, 11792, 11930, 11939, 11948, 11955, 11962, 11970, 11978, 11704, 11716, 11724, 11733, 11745, 11754, 11767, 11775, 11784, 11794, 11931, 11940, 11949, 11956, 11963, 11971, 11980, 11790

If you don’t live in our area, but are still interested in our society, you can find more information for newcomers at our parent organizations:  The EAST KINGDOM which serves most of the Northeast United States and parts of Canada or the main SCA page which covers our entire Society.

Thank you for your time and we hope to have you interested, if not inspired you to come meet the Barony.

In service to the Society:
Titus and Sorcha
Prefect and Baroness,

coronet@andub.eastkingdom.org