Hail Windmasters! Hail Atlantia!


The location of the February 16th meeting is as follows:
The meeting room in the chapel hill public library.
The address is: 100 library drive, Chapel Hill NC

We have reserved the room from 3-5 with the meeting starting at 4 and lasting approximately 1 hour. The library is open till 6pm

Fighter practice will be held at the library at 1 pm 

News about our barony and upcoming events can be found in the latest edition of the Windlore:
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The Society for Creative Anachronism is a non-profit educational organization started in 1966 that is dedicated to the research and reenactment of the Middle Ages and Renaissance (and other time periods pre-17th century). We welcome anyone who is interested in bringing the past to life with us!

Windmasters’ Hill and Her Cantons include the lands of central North Carolina, including the Greater Triangle Area and Fayetteville. We are the oldest Barony in the Kingdom of Atlantia. We meet for practices, classes, workshops, and business meetings / social gatherings. Newcomers, long-time SCA members, college students, families with children, retirees, young couples, etc. are ALL welcome to join us at any of the events on our calendar!

If you’re new to the SCA, please visit our Newcomer’s page or contact our Newcomers Coordinators (Chatelaines).

A Message from our Baroness and Baron

Greetings to all!  

We invite all who are interested in the Barony of Windmasters’ Hill to explore the information provided here by our webstaff.  Whether you are a newcomer, recent transplant, or longtime member of the Barony, we encourage you to check out the schedule of upcoming events (including arts and sciences gatherings, business meetings, and fighter practices), our most recent newsletter (The Windlore), and our pictures and videos.

 Also, please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.  It is especially helpful if you let us know where you live so we can connect you with your local newcomer’s coordinator. We’d also love to know how you found out about the SCA / Windmasters’ Hill (Examples: from a friend, from an online search, on Facebook, or at a demo such as the North Carolina Museum of Art). We look forward to seeing you and your family in-person in the near future. 

Baroness Typhanie and Baron Daemon


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