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The Barony of Dragon's Mist is a branch of the Society for Creative Anachronism which is an international organization dedicated to researching and re-creating European history of the Middle Ages and Renaissance (pre-1600). We are located in Washington and Clatsop Counties, Oregon, which is a part of the Rivers Region of the Kingdom of An Tir. The Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA.org) is an international, non-profit, educational society celebrating pre-17th century history. It has members who study every aspect of medieval life. We are brewers, archers, calligraphers, heralds, fencers, spinners, blacksmiths, costumers, dancers, cooks and armoured fighters. We enjoy feasting, spinning, needlepoint, equestrian, leatherwork, beadwork, socializing, live weapons competition, period music, theatre and much more. If someone did it back then, you can bet someone is trying to do it now. The goal is to learn through doing. Doing and sharing ones subject knowledge with others. The SCA encourages historical research and recreation, and most importantly: preserving a code of conduct, mentality and philosophy that, in many ways, is lacking in the modern world. This website is meant to give a look into of some of the aspects of our barony. If you are a newcomer and want to learn more about the SCA please contact our chatelaine. The chatelaine's job is to welcome new people and answer your questions. More information for newcomers is available from the kingdom chatelaine.

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Faire in the Grove

Help needed for Faire in the Grove

  Greetings ! Faire in the Grove is only eight weeks away, and now is the time to start getting organized. There is much that has been happening in the background. We’ve had meetings with the Site managers, we’ve gotten approval to use the same Field for Parking as the last two years, we have applications […]

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Making a Doublet: Drafting, Fitting, and Constructing a 16th Century Doublet

Prudence Goodheart, OL This is a multiple sectioned class that will cover the drafting, fitting and construction of a men’s 16th century doublet. Max students: 5 (plus 3 audits) Fee:  There is no fee for this class, but as we get into construction you will be required to provide your own fabric. Note: If you miss […]

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