The "Current" Middle Ages...

The Canton of Dun Traigh is a local branch of the Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc and a part of the Barony of Andelcrag in the Middle Kingdom. Dun Traigh covers the Michigan counties of Mason, Oceana, Muskegon, Ottawa and Northwest Allegan county.

The Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc. (SCA) is an international 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization devoted to the research and re-creation of pre-seventeenth century life, encouraging its participants to employ a knowledge of Middle Ages history to enrich their lives and the lives of others through events, demonstrations, and other educational venues. As an organization, the Society values the principles of chivalry, honor, personal integrity, and artistry idealized in pre-Seventeenth century culture and society.

The SCA is an organization open to all who are interested in living Middle Ages history. For more information about the SCA, click the button to visit the SCA Newcomer's Portal.

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Recent Posts


Archery Practice / A & S Schedule

We’re back to alternating between Archery Practice on Wednesdays and Arts & Sciences meetups on Fridays! Here’s the schedule through

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Set Up for “Fletch Wound” – Fri, April 28, 2017

Rather than our usual Arts & Sciences gathering on Friday, April 28th, we’ll be meeting at our spring archery event

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Weekly Gatherings

Archery practice has ended for the season (we will pick up again in the spring), so we are now meeting

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Fall Harvest Setup – Fri, Nov 18

Rather than our usual Arts & Sciences gathering on Friday, November 18th, we’ll be meeting at our Fall Harvest Fest

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Business Meeting

Dun Traigh holds monthly business meetings, and all are welcome to join us! Our meetings are not formal or stuffy,

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Archery Practice

The knowledge, construction, and safe use of pre-17th century style equipment are the goals of SCA archery. Modern equipment is

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Arts and Sciences Meet Up

“Arts & Sciences” are the crafts, skills, and technologies from the time period and cultures that the SCA covers. Participants

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