Our Favorite Information Links
This page contains links that connect to sites over which neither the SCA or The Canton of WealdLake has any control.
Official SCA links
This the website set up to provide information for youth activities by Lady Sæhildr barngóðr (Lady Say-hil-der) (formerly Lady Seadhli), currently the North Woods Minister of Youth.
This is the website for the Middle Kingdom of the Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc. (SCA) of which the Canton of WealdLake is a member.
Midrealm, being the third oldest kingdom (of seventeen) in the SCA and properly known as the Middle Kingdom, consists of Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Michigan, Illinois and a nip of Iowa, Wisconsin, Minnesota, North and South Dakota, Manitoba, and a bit of Ontario.
This is the link for the recognized web site for Barony of North Woods of the Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc. of which the Canton of Wealdlake is a member. This is the sponsoring organization of the Canton. Cantons are sponsored by Baronies, Shires by the Kingdom. These are the two ways of groups joining the national organization at a local level.
This is the link to the official website for The Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc (SCA). The SCA is an international organization dedicated to researching and re-creating pre-17th-century European history. All persons interested in such study are invited to use this site to obtain information about the SCA. This is the national organization of which the Canton of Wealdlake is a member.
A web site showing in picture and text what the SCA is about. A good overview of the SCA and its many facets. Provides a lot of useful information about the SCA.
This is one of the many households of the SCA. Many of the members of the the canton belong to this household, which is led by the Knight: Baron Sir Osric Eisenwulf, member and protector of the Canton.
Quote from the homepage of the website: "The Purpose of the Middle Kingdom Equestrian College is the promotion of both participation in, and study of, equestrian activities and subjects in the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA), particularly the historical role and utilization of horses and their ilk in the ancient and medieval worlds. While based in the Middle Kingdom, anyone of any realm is welcome to participate in its activities, should they share our desire to study and develop skill in the areas of horsemanship, mounted martial prowess, equine studies, and/or equestrian related arts and sciences, and are willing to abide by our kingdom and college laws."
Below are links to those sites the webmaster has found of interest in relation to SCA activities or have been recommended - such as tents or pavilions, swords, garb, etc.
WealdLake takes no responsibility for the content of any of these other sites.