If You Are New To The SCA, Welcome To The Current Middle Ages!
If You Are Already Familiar With Us, Welcome Home!
Are you a history buff, Role Player or fan of Mythology and Historical Fiction? Have you ever dreamed of fighting in armor, wielding a rapier, throwing a spear or shooting with a bow and arrow? Do you enjoy camping or working with your hands? Do you long for the days when chivalry was not dead? Well, you have come to the right place. We are the Shire of Glenn Linn, a local chapter of the Society of Creative Anachronism, an international historical recreation and educational not for profit organization with tens of thousands of members around the world dedicated to researching and selectively re-creating the best parts of pre-1600 history.
Here in the shire we work to encourage scholarly pursuits that help research and recreate the arts, sciences and culture from our past. We hold monthly Meetings, Arts & Science Classes and Practices around the Glens Falls, Queensbury and Argyle region throughout the year. We are always happy to welcome new people, so please feel free to stop by any of our activities to check things out. Most are free and all are open to the public. You can even bring friends, family, and loved ones because there is usually something for everyone.
We hope that you find your visit to this website to be informative and useful. To learn more about the Shire, the SCA, our activities and the people that make up Glenn Linn, please feel free to read through our pages using the navigation menu on the left.
Thanks for visiting!
An Important Note On Age: We welcome and encourage families and people of all ages to participate in our organization and frequently have classes and activities specifically designed for children and young adults. Individuals under 18 years of age are welcome to participate in many SCA and Shire activities, however, participation will require parent or guardian approval. Please have your parent or guardian read the Introduction To The SCA for Parents so that they can have a better understanding of the SCA and its activities.