See the maps page for directions and the calendar for precise meeting dates.
Shire MeetingMeetings: Usually the third Sunday of each month at 3:30 pm, except for December and July
Contact the Seneschal:
Contact the Herald:
Fighter PracticeOOF! OW! Clang! Bash!
The European medieval martial art of Armoured Combat. Rattan weapons and shields. Loaner armour available for newcomers. All are welcome.
Meetings for Fall/Winter: Thursdays at 6:30 pm, ACG once again has an indoor fighting and fencing practice site. We are requesting a small contribution to help defray the cost of the site, but it isn't required of you can't swing it.
The site is 362 Market St in Sunbury PA.
Contact the Knights Marshall: for more information.
Meetings: Wednesdays at 5pm till dark at Denys the Decadent's house (April to August). Call or email first.
Contact the Archery Marshall:
Thrown Weapons PracticeCurrently not meeting
Fencing PracticeSwish! Poke! Stab!
All are welcome.
Meetings: Wednesdays at 5:00pm in Lewisburg (same site as Fighter Practice).
Cavé Canem"The second funniest acting troupe in the Knowne World", we do period-style theater and entertainment. All are welcome. No experience required.
Meetings: currently on hiatus
Medieval StudiesShire members share their interests in specific period topics. In the past these have included Byzantium, Troubadours of Occitania (southern France), Religious Manias throughout period, Vikings in the Orkneys (northern Scotland), etc..
Meetings: Usually the first Wednesday of each month at 7:00 pm at a variety of homes in the local area.
Guild of St. Lawrence (Cook's Guild)We study and prepare dishes from period cookbooks and other literature. Cook's Guild meetings are usually followed by a meeting of the Tasters and Noble Companions which consumes our recreated dishes. All are welcome to watch or participate. No experience required for Cook's Guild. Eater's should call to check on exact time of dinner.
Meetings: The first Saturday or Sunday of each month at 1:00 pm at a variety of homes in the local area.
The Company of Tasters & Noble Companions (Eater's Guild) around 5:00 pm the same day.
EmbroideryLearn new embroidery techniques and stiches or work on a project.
Meetings: One Thursday a month at Jaqueline's home in Lewisburg.
CalligraphyInterested in drawing, painting, or graphic arts? Put your talents to work for the Kingdom! Want to find out how those lovely award scrolls given out in Court are created? Come and see! No experience necessary!
Meetings: Usually the last Monday night of each month at 7pm at Hop Haven in Milton
Brewers GuildAnyone interested in brewing, vinting (wine making), or cordial making is welcome to participate in the Brewer's Guild. Our brew master is more than happy to help out beginning brewers.
Meetings: as requested at Hop Haven in Milton
Heraldic DismayThose who wish to pick a period name or design their own period coat of arms are welcome to attend. We also review the Kingdom name and arms submissions for the month.
Meetings: Usually a Thursday night in Hughesville or Danville. Heraldic consultation on request.
Sewing and Crafts GuildBring a sewing debacle or simply a project to work on.
Meetings: as needed outside of Muncy
StorytellingWe participate in the time honored tradition of telling stories. We read and research Medieval stories as well as practice speaking and storytelling techniques.
Meetings: Usually the 2nd Friday of each month
Narrow Makers GuildThe Narrow Makers Guild will focus on narrow woven (by hand or loom) items such as trims and cords. Do you inkle? tablet weave? kumi? braid? If so, you may be interested in joining us.
Meetings: As announced