*** NOTE *** ALL WEEKLY PRACTICES AND EVENTS ARE CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICED DUE TO COVID19***

In person activities may be arranged as of June 1, 2021, subject to provincial and municipal regulations. In addition, the following SCA conditions apply:

  1. Masks that fully cover the mouth and nose must be worn by all attendees over the age of 4 at all times and during all activities except for eating and drinking;
  2. Court, bardic circles, or any activity that involves voice projection shall also require that masks be worn at all times. Sound amplification devices are highly recommended;
  3. No day board, water bearing, or food of any kind shall be provided by event staff or attendees to other attendees. All attendees must provide their own food and beverages (however, individual, sealed, commercially prepared bottles of water may be provided by the event to attendees if necessary);
  4. While consuming food or beverages, attendees are required to remain stationary and follow social distancing rules;
  5. No overnight camping shall be allowed;
  6. All events shall be held outdoors;
  7. There shall be a maximum of 150 people at any event; and
  8. All events shall require preregistration.

To arrange for an activity, the process below must be followed:

A. Submit a plan to the local seneschal (except martial practices, who submit their plans as directed by the Kingdom Earl Marshal):
(i) Showing that the type and size of the gathering is allowed under current state/province/local guidelines (copy of the relevant part of government re-opening language is sufficient)
(ii) Showing the organizer’s specific plans for complying with government and these Kingdom guidelines
(iii) If the organizer is the group’s local seneschal, the plan must be submitted to the group’s regional deputy
(iv) The local seneschal or regional deputy must approve the plan in writing via their official East Kingdom email address before the activity can take place
(v) Once a local or regional seneschal approves an event, they must email it to the Kingdom Seneschal for record-keeping.

B. Have sign-in sheets for contact tracing. These must include:
(i) Full legal name
(ii) Society name
(iii) Current phone number or email address
(iv) Minors will be signed in under their parent’s contact information
(v) Contact tracing sheets will be retained by the activity organizer and will not be added to a database or other Kingdom records
(vi) Medical information, such as the results of any COVID test or vaccination status, may NOT be collected

C. Specific requirements for martial practices, including reporting, will be provided by the Kingdom Earl Marshal.

Submit the required information on the Event Bid Form.

*** NOTE *** ALL WEEKLY PRACTICES AND EVENTS ARE CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICED DUE TO COVID19***

WEEKLY PRACTICE
Heavy Armoured Fighting and Rapier (also occasionally  A&S) takes place every Monday between 6:00 pm and 9:00 pm at the Halifax Military Family Resource Center located in the Piers Military Community Center, off of Connolly Street or Windsor St., Windsor Park, Halifax. (off of Hawk Terrace).

EVENTS