We are located in central New York state, specifically in and around Auburn, NY.

We are part of the Sylvan Kingdom of Aethelmearc (Central and Western NY, Central and Western PA, and WV). We meet locally at the Auburn United Methodist Church in Auburn. You can contact our group's Hospitaller if you would like more information.

For a more detailed idea of where we are and where our local members come from: we are in zipcodes: 13021, 13024,13034, 13140, 13146, 13148, 13165, 13166
But rememebr you don't have to live in our boundaries to come and hang out or fight with us!

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

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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