Well Met!

Welcome to the Delaware chapter of the Society for Creative Anachronism,

The Shire of Caer Adamant (find us on Facebook here).

We are a branch in the East Kingdom.

shire at pennsic2014

Caer Adamant at Pennsic

 Are you a history buff? You have come to the right place. We share and encourage your scholarly pursuits and research to recreate the arts, sciences and culture from the past: Cooking, Dance, Crafts, Clothes and more!

Something for Everyone!

Have you ever dreamed of strapping on armor and shield and entering into heavy weapons combat? Wielding a rapier and fencing your way to victory? Target practice with a bow and arrow? Come live the dream!

Find Worthy Opponents and Friends

Do you long for the days when chivalry was not dead? We do, too!

group fighters

Yes, this actually happens!


 What are you even talking about?

An “anachronism” is a thing out of its proper place in time, and the SCA strives to bring the dreams and ideals of the Middle Ages into the present day by actively recreating aspects of Medieval life. Research and a desire for authenticity help to create the ambiance of Medieval times. The pageantry of costume and armor create a feeling of reality, a feeling of stepping back through time to a simpler age.

What do we do?

We hold regular activities throughout the month, such as social gatherings, classes and/or workshops. A few times each year, The Shire of Caer Adamant hosts events. Most importantly, everyone is welcome to participate! Be sure to visit our Calendar to see our latest activities.  We also hold a business meeting each month – all are welcome to attend the business meetings as well.

How can I join?

Contact the Chatelaine (New Member Contact) for additional information. Membership in the SCA is open to everyone who has an interest and desire to learn more about the lifestyle and customs of the Middle Ages and Renaissance periods. While membership is not required to attend events, if you do decide to become a member you will receive discounted admission to events and a subscription to the monthly publication of the East Kingdom, The Pikestaff.