|New Members Guide||What is the SCA?||Getting Involved||Glossary|
|SCA Ettiquette||Developing your persona||Choosing your SCA name||Clothing|
|Making your first set of medieval clothes||Getting to your first event||List of awards||Officer Descriptions|
Local Activities - One way that you can get involved with the SCA is to attend local activities, like meetings and fighter practices. A list of current activities is included with this Guide.
Own Interests - A second way to get involved in the SCA is to develop interests of your own and recreate the arts, crafts and sciences that you are interested in. The list below is just a sample of the interests and expertise of some of the people in this area. Contact the local Minister &Arts and Sciences to get in touch with people who share your interests, or if you are interested in something that is not represented on this list.
|Bardic Arts||Japanese Culture|
|Calligraphy/Illumination||Music - Instrumental|
|Celtic Culture||Music - Vocal|
Events - A third way to get involved in the SCA is to attend events, both locally and out of town. This is where you will meet a lot of people who share your interest in the Middle Ages and also where you will see the SCA "in action." The Seneschal can give you additional information on event locations and dates.