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The Fifty-First Year

50 Year Celebration -- Society for Creative Anachronism

June 17 - 27, 2016 (AS LI)

Hendricks County Fairgrounds,
Danville, IN

From The Page (April, 2016):

You're Invited to a Party!
To Commemorate its 50th Year
the Society for Creative Anachronism
is throwing a party -- for YOU!

Join us, June 17th through June 27th for a once-in-a-lifetime international event and immerse yourselves in the best the SCA has to offer.

Centrally located just west of Indianapolis, Indiana, the site is a spacious 4H Fairground luxuriously appointed with amenities fit for Royalty ... and the horses they rode in on! We anticipate hosting the Known World's largest-ever animal activities program, wtih Horses, Hounds and Hawks aplenty!

If your definition of fun includes running your friends through with a broadsword or rapier, we have Tourneys, Pas d'Armes, deeds, melees, instructional sessions and of course a plethora of pick-ups.

Had your fill of up-close martial merriment? Get that long-distance feeling with Archery, Siege and Thrown Weapons.

Classes and demos abound for those whose tastes run more to the Arts Peaceful. Exhibits and Displays pay homage to our living history: past, present and future.

What event would be complete without shopping? Many of your favorite merchants will be there, as well as a host of new-to-you retail therapy opportunities.

Forward Into Our Past

Date: 10:00 am June 17th - Noon June 27th, 2016

Site: Hendricks County Fairgrounds, Danville, IN 46122

Pre-registered (Closes May 17th)

At the Door:Same as above + $10

Member Discount: $5 deducted from above rates

Additional details including online payment info: (Website address omitted)

Duchess Elina of Beckenham, Baron Llewellyn ap Tiernon

Description of this event (if any), taken from The Page, or from memory of at least one person who attended the event.

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