If you are feeling particularly adventurous, please come to one of our  weekly Fight Practices, an Arts & Sciences meeting or an event!

Arts & Sciences:

Beginning March 4, 2018, A&S and Business Meetings will be held in the main hall at the Auburn Methodist Church from 3-5 pm. They are held on the 1st, 3rd & 5th Sunday of each month. Business Meetings are on the 1st Sunday of the month.

Fight Practices:

STARTING SEPTEMBER 1, 2017, WINTER Fencing practices will be held every Sunday from 12:30-2:30 pm at the Auburn United Methodist Church. Go in through the main doors, take a left and go downstairs to the basement. If weather permits, we may be fighting on the lawn outside the main doors. We have loaner gear for folks who would like to try their hand(s) at Fencing. Our fencers are very patient and excellent teachers--and it's free! Cancellations will be posted on our Facebook page, The Shire of Angels Keep.

Directions to the Auburn United Methodist Church, 99 South St, Auburn, NY 13021:

From North, West or East, find your best route to I-90, the Weedsport/Hwy 34 exit. Follow Hwy 34 south into Auburn, the church will be on the right-hand side of the road. Hwy 34 is South Street once you cross Arterial.

From the South, find your best route to Hwy 34, go north into Auburn, the church will be on the left side of the road


SUMMER (June through August) Fight practices will be held at Emerson Park, 6914 East Lake Road, Auburn, NY You'll find us on the grass by the Merry Go Round Theater just inside the main entrance. Please be aware there is a $2 parking fee per vehicle.

From Rochester or Syracuse, take the New York State Thruway to Weedsport (Exit 40). Take Rt. 34 South to Auburn. Follow Rt. 34 & 38 South (South Street) to Swift Street (Rt. 38 South). Take Swift Street East to Lake Ave. Turn right and continue South on Rt. 38 past the High School to the traffic circle. Continue around the traffic circle and follow Rt. 38A toward the East side of the lake to the Park entrance.

From Ithaca, take Rt. 34 North to Auburn. On South Street (Rt. 34), turn right (East) on Metcalf Drive to Lake Ave. and turn right (South) on Rt. 38 past the High School to the traffic circle. Continue around the traffic circle and follow Rt. 38A toward the East side of the lake to the Park entrance.


If you can't find us, call 315-720-5565 and we'll try to guide you in. Cancellations for weather or school closings will be posted as early as possible on the Angels Keep and Delftwood email lists for those of you with a drive to get here.

If you are interested in Heavy Weaponry, Archery and Thrown Weapons it may be worth your while to check out our neighbor, The Barony of Delftwood.

If you are new to the SCA, please check out their official website. It has great newcomer guides, lots of web resources, and generally explains what it is we do!


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