Welcome to the Current Middle Ages!
What's that you say? The "Current Middle Ages?"
You heard right! Caer Galen is a chapter group in the historical recreation organization known as "The Society for Creative Anachronism," or "SCA" for short. The SCA is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the better qualities, and education, of historical living (i.e. no plague, destitution, or slavery). The SCA focuses from the time of the Roman Empire to the end of Queen Elizabeth I's reign,and encompasses historical Europe, parts of North Africa, and Asia. The SCA is broken into "Kingdoms" across the "Known World." Kingdoms are further organized into "Baronies, Shires,etc."
To find out more about the Society for Creative Anachronism, follow this link...
Caer Galen is a Barony in the Kingdom of the Outlands. We endorse fairness and equability, both within our group and to the public we interact with.
Information about all things Caer Galen can be found in this collection of pages. So peruse, get inspired,
and be welcome!
An Important Missive from Their Excellencies
Greetings Caer Galen,
It has been our great joy and honor to serve as Your Baron & Baroness these past years, but we look to the future and see even better things on the horizon!
We announced last week that we have been given permission by Their Royal Highnesses to begin looking for our replacements.
Dates and times are currently being arranged, but please begin to think about putting your names in to take up the mantle and lead this fantastic Barony!
It has been our great pleasure to serve Our populace and this fantastic Kingdom and we are joyful at the prospect of seeing new faces and the continued boundless enthusiasm of Caer Galen!
More information and details to follow…
We are happy to answer any and all questions about the process and will be updating information as it becomes available.
Yours in Service,
Finn & Çinara
Baron & Baroness of Caer Galen
From Their Excellencies of Caer Galen-
Greetings Caer Galen!
As summer comes to a close- We want to thank all of you for coming out and sharing your time and excitement with the Barony and the Kingdom!
There have been a number of highlights this summer: Defender, Battlemoor, Here There Be Dragons, Pennsic, Archery Collegium, and all of the Landsknecht classes in preparation for Caer Galen Midwinter! Even though the seasons are changing, it does not slow down our momentum. We hope to see as many folks as possible out at events and workshops as we move to the winter feast season.
We have a number of individuals who deserve special thanks for works done for the Barony:
-Thank you to Sir Adrien for her patterning class!
-Thank you to Mistress Briatiz for her hat making class!
-Thank you to Master Wolfgang for all of his time as Rapier Marshall and to Sir Michalangelo for stepping into this role!
-Thank you to Master Wolfgang for the completion of the Barony’s new website:
We will be moving into our Winter practice site (Barn A, Boulder County Fairgrounds) starting in September. We will hold a Folkmoot at this first practice in the barn, with Court starting around 7:00pm.
Additionally, there is a brand new equestrian practice starting on September 16th! More information will be available online, but we look forward to this new practice.
We can’t wait to see everyone out as practices continue in preparation for War season! Get your armor and weapons together- the drums will soon sound.
As always, it is an honor to serve you!
Long Live the Outlands! Long Live Caer Galen!
Finn and Çinara
Baron and Baroness of Caer Galen
Calling the mighty populace of Caer Galen!
Many of the baronial officers are in need of deputies. If you have an inclination to support your Barony and its populace, head over to the Officers page. If an office has no deputy listed, contact that officer directly for information regarding being a deputy for that office.
Calling all riders
...or would be riders!
Mistress Arabella da Siena (a former Caergalenite newly returned) has graciously offered her equestrian training facilities for local practice! It is open to all. Both seasoned riders and non-riders are welcome! There are many ways to get involved without a horse (but please wear closed-toe shoes). The clubhouse has amenities available, including-
- bathroom with a shower
Practice will be held on the 3rd Sunday of every month
- Site opens at 9am
- Main riding/practice from 10am til noon
- Break for lunch, then
- Open arena for training after lunch til 2pm
Come out, see, and participate with these magnificent animals!
2400 Blue Mountain Ave,
Berthoud, CO 80513
Caer Galen Quick Links
Looking for a Demo?
We do demonstrations for schools, libraries, and other groups. Our demos can include just about anything from armored combat and discussions about chivalric virtues to arts and science classes. If you're interested in more information, please fill out the request form below and our hospitaller will contact you.