Newcomers Page

New to the Barony? Or New to the SCA?

The SCA is a living history organization, researching and recreating the Middle Ages and Renaissance, focusing on pre-17th century Western European culture.. A good basic explanation is given here.

The Chatelaine of our group is the officer in charge of welcoming and helping newcomers. You can go the Chatelaine's web page here.

Our Barony has a full schedule of regular activities and hosts several larger- scale events each year—our free monthly electronic newsletter is a great way to find out what is coming up. Just email the Chronicler with your name, SCA name if you have one, and email address and we'll put you on the list.

Newcomers Meetings

Newcomers meetings are held at various locations and times in the Barony

Currently Newcomers meetings at Barnes & Noble's in the Arena Hub Plaza Wilkes-Barre as 7:00 PM. There will be meetings every other Thursday all year round. Please spread the word and let everyone know to bring their new comers. It's a free event no garb required.

Click here to join the Endless Hills Forum to see topics and chat in real-time with members

Click here to join the Barony of Endless Hills Newcomer's Facebook Page

Fencing Practices are Tuesdays at 7:00pm until 10pm at the Jackson Township Firehall 1160 Chase Road Shavertown, PA 18708. Please contact the Captain of Rapiers for more info.

Heavy Fight Practice are bi-weekly on Wednesday at the Pocono Gym, Tobyhanna Shopping Plaza, 1447 Sterling Road, Unit 7, Tobyhanna, PA 18466. Please contact the Knight Marshal for more info.

This is a great place to meet members of the Barony! Just show up and chat—we'd love to meet you! Contact our Chatelaine for more information.

Yahoo Group Discussion

We have a Barony Discussion Group on Yahoo!, which you can join by sending us an email.

If you have a Yahoo! ID, you can click on Yahoo! Groups in the left column of the Yahoo! home page and typing in Barony of Endless Hills.

You can even find us on Facebook!

Medieval and Renaissance Demos

Are you an activities coordinator, Scout leader, teacher, or anyone else interested in a live demonstration of Medieval life? Our volunteer members are happy to showcase skills such as armor-making, mock combat in armor, fencing, calligraphy and illumination, fiber arts such as embroidery and costume making, talks about medieval history and daily life, and much more. Demos are free of charge; donations are accepted but not expected.

Please contact Our Chatelaine for more information.