We here in Naevehjem try enrich newcomers and visitors with song and with that we have the Bardic guild. Our bardic champion Mu’in alDimashqi is a very talented bard he can play several instruments, sing and he writes his own music, and he also knows ALS(American sign language). He is such a joy to listen too an has played for past king and queens. So if you are interested in wanting to be apart of the bardic guild please send an email to Mu’in alDimashqi or Lady Sara Longbothom for more information.
To find more information on what is going on in the Barony of Naevehjem please check out the facebook page. click on the link Barony of Naevehjem
Do you own horses?
Come see what the SCA has for you and your equine companion
Love horses, but do not own one?
Volunteers for the ground crew always needed!
Contact Zahrah al-Dimashqiyya
Welcome to the Society for Creative Anachronism’s Youth and Family Achievement Program, also known as YAFA. This program was developed to be easy for parents to use and local groups to administer, and designed to meet the changing needs and desires of our members with families. Participation is open to families with at least one current paid member and children ages five to seventeen years old. YAFA is optional at all levels. Kingdoms are free to implement and use the YAFA program, or not, as suits the needs of their families. Many kingdoms have expressed interest in using YAFA alongside, or integrating it into, their existing Page Guilds and other youth programs. By providing a common Society-wide system of activities in the arts and sciences with goals, along with administrative and training systems for participating youths, parents, and Mentors, we believe the SCA can more fully integrate youth and their families; maintaining and extending their participation. YAFA will aid in the development of the next generation of artisans and craftsmen of the Society. It is not designed to replace existing programs, but to support and supplement them. For more information on the YAFA program contact Lady Sara Longbothom