Welcome to Dragon’s Laire

Are you new to the SCA?

Check out this video to get an idea of The Dream to which we aspire!

Are You new to the Barony?

Please contact our Chatelaine, Isemay MaKenze heraldic device for Isemay MaKenze to learn about joining us, come to our weekly Social & Fight Practice, and get involved! We’d love to have you. For more information you can also consult the Newcomers & Visitors section of this website.

Our weekly Baronial Fight Practice, Social and get-together is held every Tuesday night from 6pm-8pm. All are welcome! For now we are holding these gatherings virtually, in the ethereal realms of Zoom. Please join us via this link: http://tiny.cc/dxoasz

Occasionally Arts and Sciences classes are taught at the Tuesday social as well. For more information on classes contact the Arts & Sciences officer, Aelianora de Wyntringham heraldic device for Aelianora de Wyntringham.

About the Barony

The Barony of Dragon’s Laire is composed of Kitsap County and Northern Mason County in Washington State, USA. The barony is well known in the community for our annual June Faire, known to the modern public as the Kitsap Medieval Faire. Our members come from a wide variety of backgrounds, interests and ages. We share an interest in the history and culture of the Middle Ages and pursue that interest through the study of combat techniques, arts and crafts, social structures and dress of the period. This study starts in the library and moves quickly to the forge, needle and tourney field for a real hands-on approach. This website provides a glimpse into our world and resources for our members.

The Barony of Dragon’s Laire is a branch of the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA). It is part of the Kingdom of An Tir, which covers Northwest U.S. and parts of Western Canada. The SCA is a not-for-profit educational organization that studies the history and culture of the Middle Ages by recreating it. The SCA has branches all over the USA and Canada, as well as many parts of Europe, Australia, and Asia. To locate a branch near you check the SCA Web site.