The Barony-Marche of the Debatable Lands is a branch of the Society for Creative Anachronism, an international organization dedicated to the study and recreation of the Middle Ages and early Renaissance.
Geographically, the Debatable Lands include greater Pittsburgh and most of southwestern Pennsylvania. The Debatable Lands is the oldest and one of the largest baronies in the Kingdom of Æthelmearc, the region covering western New York, most of Pennsylvania outside the Harrisburg-Philadelphia corridor, and West Virginia.
The Barony-Marche also proudly includes two smaller branches within its borders: the Canton of Steltonwald, covering Beaver County, PA; and the incipient College of Cour d'Or, representing CMU students.
Upcoming Events and Important News:
- The position of Captain of Archers is currently vacant. If you are interested in this position, please contact our Seneschal, the former Captain of Archers, Alaric MacConnal.
- Thu, Mar 20, 2014: March Barony Meeting (7:30 pm, Wean 5409, CMU) This month's meeting is a mixer with College of Cour d'Or following their fencing practice. Come and meet some of our newest members and get the latest news of the Barony. From Frew Street parking: Pass through Porter/Baker hall and go straight across to Wean Hall. The entrance is on the 5th floor, so after going through the doors, take the hall to the right. Room 5409 will be on your left. From Morewood / Forbes parking lot: Cross Forbes and enter the Newel-Simon-Harris building. Take the indoor bridge on the 4th that connects to the 4th floor of Wean, and then either take the stairs or elevator up to the fifth floor. After exiting the elevator, take the hall to the left and Room 5409 will be on your left. Map showing Wean Hall
- Wed, Apr 02, 2014: April Officer's Meeting (8pm, Porter A20, CMU) This month's business meeting includes the annual budget meeting. Rumors have it that there will be cookies. As always, members of the populace are welcome, and encouraged, to attend. From Frew Street parking: Enter Porter Hall at the lower end of the building. Room A20 is on the lower level (same level as the entrance). Map showing Porter Hall
More events may be found on the Events & Demos webpage.
Questions? Suggestions? Contact us by e-mail at email@example.com!