Regular Meetings

Radburne has two major events each year, the Anniversary Feast and Tournament in April/May and Radburne War in August. Less formal events happen, as indicated below, on a regular basis.

Monthly Events

Event: Target Archery
Date: First Sunday of each month from February to November each year.
Time: From 2:00pm.
Location: Dragon Hill
Note: The rules for the IKAC (Inter Kingdom Archery Competition) can be found here.

All archers that have not made themselves familiar with SCA Target Archery rules should do so prior to attending. The link is here. It is the responsibility of all archers to familiarise themselves with the rules (although we will do a quick run down on the day). Please pay particular attention to the section on equipment (for those without equipment, you may be able to share with someone attending if they are agreeable). No compound bows are allowed in competition. For those wishing to participate in the IKAC please note this rule. Also please note BROADHEAD ARROWS ARE NOT ALLOWED, the same goes for any other tip that causes excessive damage to the targets. IKAC will hopefully be running each month.

Cost: $5 day membership for non members, plus gold coin donation for all to cover costs of targets
What to Bring: A chair, your equipment, a hat, something to drink (non-alcoholic) and a snack to help keep your energy levels up!

Event: Fighter Practice
Date: Every Sunday (except when we travel to House Neswin in Mudgee for combined training) from Feburary to November each year.
Time: From 11am
Location: Dragon Hill
Note: This is a non-garbed event for fighters to practice their skills. Please note BYO lunch and refreshments.
Cost: $5 for non members (day membership), plus gold coin donation for all attendees to go towards the purchase of equipment for the Household

Event: Heavy Tourney and Garbed Meet
Date: To be confirmed.
Time: To be confirmed.
Location: Contact Katrijn van Delden for location details
Note: This is Radburne’s ‘public’ event. The focus is on the Heavy Tournament, but Arts and Sciences and other interests are also indulged.
Cost: $5 for non members (day membership), plus gold coin donation for all attendees to go towards the purchase of equipment for the Household
What to Bring: A chair, your equipment (if required), a hat, something to drink (non-alcoholic) and a snack if you desire.