The Barony of Namron is a local branch of the Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc. Our geographical area includes Norman, Moore and Shawnee, Oklahoma. Learn a little more about our barony on our introduction page. If you are new to the area or the SCA and would like someone to contact you please feel free to drop us a note

Upcoming Events

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Come and compete for the right to be hailed as the TENTH AXEMAN! We will be declaring victors in diverse fields including Rapier, Archery, Thrown Weapons, Artisan, Bardic, Youth Chivalric, and above all the Axeman (Axe and Plank Tourney).

Black Smiths are encouraged to bring out your forges. Now is the time for many contests of skill and prowess(both martial and gentle) to determine the Champions of Skorragarðr.

In addition, we will be hosting the 3nd annual Northern Regional War College, Northern Regional Fighter Practice on Sunday, the Third Annual Cooking Collegium, Siege Warfare (yes, we have the space), and a Mischief and Morsels Quest for the children on Saturday night. Come armed with treats or suffer the WRATH of the young. 

October 31st - November 2, 2014


News from the Baron and Baroness (Sep 2014)

August finally brought us the summer heat for which we had been bracing, yet this does not stop our Barony from feats of awesomeness! August was a month of learning and sharing and we are, as always, amazed at how you rise to whatever the occasion.

We had representatives of the Barony in attendance at Steppes Artisan, Elfsea’s Baronial College (including Her Excellency) and the Scribal Symposium. We had contingents represent us outside of the Kingdom at Battlemoor in the Outlands, Pennsic Wars and the Bardic Collegium. Thank you to all who traveled near and far to represent your Barony and your Kingdom. There were also opportunities to promote the Dream we all love to those who do not yet share in it. We had a good flash mob turn out at Norman’s Midsummer Night’s Faire. We also had an amazing first time demo in conjunction with The Barony of Wiesenfeuer at Choctaw’s Octoberfest! This event was a real winner with representatives from all over the North (more than 80 participants) and solid interest from the many folks who passed through our compound. Look for more stories from this day as is was memorable for all.

With the coming of September we turn our attention to the Fall event season and Protectorate is on the near horizon. Please make sure that if at all possible you get involved with this event. Protectorate is always a big event for the Barony. This year the addition of White Scarf and Centurian circles as well as the Elevation of Centurian Jason Drysdale to the Order of the Chivalry will make Protectorate even more grand. The success of this event hinges on you. It is only epic when you give what you can where you can to the Dream we hold so dear.

Your best bet to get involved is to come to a Populace Meeting, the next of which will be this Thursday, September 4. We look forward to seeing you there.

Remember, if you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please feel free to contact one of us. We are here because of you.

Barone Andrew and Baronessa Kyna 


Where is Populace Meeting?

Meetings are on the first THURSDAY of the month at 7:30 PM at the Unitaran Universalist Felllowship at 1309 W Boyd, Norman OK 73069.

The 2nd Monday of each month will be an A&S meeting where people who miss the business meeting can catch up on what is happening while learning something new. Unofficial officer meeting notes are available under the Seneschal's page.

Where Are The Practices?

Chivalric fighter practices, also called heavy practice, is Sellers Rec Center from 6:00PM to 8:30PM, on Wednesday evenings. Here is a map to the site.

Archery Practice is every Sunday from 10:00 AM to noon and is held at 4200 East Franklin, Norman, OK. Loaner Equipment is available so come out and have some fun! In case of inclement weather Archery may be cancelled. If it is cancelled, notices will be posted on the Barony of Namron Facebook page and sent out on the Baronial email list.

There is a large map showing this location. On this map, look for the shield that says "practice" on the map.

Rapier fighter practice is also held  at Sellers Rec Center in Oklahoma City at 6:45 p.m. every Tuesday. Here is a map to the site.

Click here to view a complete list of activities.

How can I get on the mailing list?

To subscribe, visit: http://lists.ansteorra.org/listinfo.cgi/namron-ansteorra.org. Once there, you may enter your e-mail information and hit the "subscribe" button.
You can also look at the archives of previous messages from that page. without having to subscribe.

How do become a member of the SCA?

The first step is to contact someone from our group and let us know you are interested. The best person is our hospitaler . Then we can get together at a local practice or A&S night and see where your interests lay. There is more to the SCA than can be covered in a single website.

Events are our main activity and the culmination of all we do. They take place throughout the year. As it takes a little preparation for your first event, you should meet us at one of our weekly activities so we can help get you ready.

To become a member of the SCA you need to submit an application. The form can be found here. For information on out local group, Namron, please contact our, hospitaler.

What do our Heraldic Arms look like?

These are visible in the top corners of this page. The one that looks like it has a black tornado on it is the arms of the Barony and the one with the white wings is the arms of our Canton.

Here is an SVG version of our baronial arms (9380 bytes) and one of our  civil ensign (1496 bytes). A full vector version created by Master Finnican is available here. These are graphic files that can be smoothly scaled to any size and most modern browsers can view them. Anyone from Namron can display the civil ensign and it is very distinctive for marking a campsite as belonging to someone from Namron.

Here is an SVG version of the arms of the canton (12589 bytes).

Permission for their use (536424 bytes) has been granted the S.C.A. by their artist.

A schedule of day to day activities can be found in their own section, and other useful information can be found in our newsletters.

We have a collection of maps to various event sites and meeting places.

Some links to websites published by our members.

Please see our disclaimer page for restrictions on usage, copyright information, and credits.

Upcoming Events

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