Shire of Rivenvale
The Honorable Lady Genevieve de Saint-Malo
Chief administrator and president of our local branch of the SCA
Treasurer and bookkeeper for the shire
Lady Katherine Coscombe
Newcomer relations - if you are new or want more information, this is the person to start with
The Honorable Lord Rickard de Als
Thrown Weapons Lieutenant & Demo Coordinator
the shire's marshal for Thrown Weapons and the person to contact if you would like us to come do a demo
Lord Frøkn mac Cainnaig
Herald & Archery Lieutenant
the shire's marshal for Archery and the primary contact for heraldry consultations and persona assistance
Lady Beatrix Beeman
Mistress of Arts & Sciences
coordinator of shire activities related to arts, crafts, sciences, etc.
Lord Hakon Hrafnsson
Webminister & Dancemaster
maintains the shire's website and coordinates/teaches medieval and Renaissance dance for the shire
Lady Áine ingen Uí Briain
coordinates and publishes the shire's quarterly newsletter and takes notes at business meetings
About the SCA
The Society began as a graduation celebration for Diana Paxson (Countess Diana the Listmaker) in Berkeley, California on May 1, 1966. That gathering, based on a 19th-century recreation of medieval life called the “Last Tournament,” was the start of new era in research and recreation of the Middle Ages!
From that tournament in California almost 50 years ago, the Society has grown to more than a thousand events happening on five continents every year. From Trenton, New Jersey to Tokyo, Japan, tens of thousands of medievalists (affectionately called “SCAdians”) gather to enjoy the thrill of combat, explore centuries old arts and crafts, learn the skills and virtues of this exciting period of history, and build lifelong friendships with people from all walks of life. Our participants study nearly every facet of life from our period, the world of the Middle Ages before 1601. The Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational organization based in Milpitas, CA, with affiliate organizations in Europe, New Zealand, and Australia. Many Society activities are free to try or have very small fees for materials or admission and we offer several options for memberships for individuals and families that add benefits to your Society experience.
- Discounted entry fees at most events
- Sustaining/International members have electronic access to every kingdom’s newsletter, along with supplementary publications that include photos, educational articles, and creative works. They can also subscribe to additional publications.
- The ability to hold office and to enter Crown/Coronet Tournaments In some kingdoms, membership makes you eligible to receive awards.