If you need help accessing the Google Meet link or have questions regarding commons, please reach out to us at: Seneschal@brokenbridge.eastkingdom.org
The chapter president will also be hosting virtual office hours on September 20th from 8 – 10 PM EST. Our office hours are an opportunity for members to have more opportunities to discuss SCA business outside of monthly meetings or ask questions regarding the workings of the SCA.
These office hours are virtual and can be accessed by Google Meet:
To celebrate the month of making, this month we are presenting a chance to showcase the creativity of the SCA! You are encouraged to seek out myths, legends, and lore for your inspiration and build a project that not only fits the theme but also makes you proud to show off.
What counts as mythic is expansive and generous: this can be Arthurian legends or the semi-mythic alligators in our city sewers or the shared knowledge of Nyan Cat. If it has cultural relevance, it is fair game!
So let’s GET BUSY! Make a scroll, choreograph your pell work, do whatever relevant SCA activity that references your myth or legend of choice. You can submit as many activities or objects d’art you want – all will be featured on the Broken Bridge website!
Take a chance and get mythic! Guidelines and Timelines are provided below, and our Webminister is available to field any questions you may have at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Yours in Service,
Broken Bridge Webminister
Can be an an activity that encompasses the SCA (music, performance, arts and sciences, fighting, illumination, etc)
Needs to be connected or referring to a myth or legend; does not need to be tied to a historical or academic source/point in time (ex. NYC sewer gators, Philly’s Gritty, Actual Cannibal Shia Lebouf)
Can have as much or as little pop culture reference as the maker desires (ex. Movies, comics, tv shows, memes, etc)
The maker needs to give at least one point of reference for their inspiration. Outside of that, the maker can provide as much or as little context to the creation process as they desire.
Questions or concerns can be sent to the Broken Bridge Webminister at: email@example.com
Makers are given a six month timeline to finish the project.
The deadline for submissions to the Webminister, if makers desire to be featured on the Canton’s website, is on November 30, 2021.
Submissions will then be featured on the website starting in Q1 of 2022.
I hope this message finds you well, especially after the sky has decided to gift us with so much snow!
It does not feel like winter unless we are all digging ourselves out. I write to you all today on an important matter that needs the collective input of the residents of Brokenbridge. I have been consulting with the heralds of Ostgradr and they have brought to my attention that our fair canton does not have a badge of our own!
We have our arms, the Bugs and Bunny of Brokenbridge, but those are only supposed to be used for our official events, to mark our location at events held by other groups or worn by the seneschal. While this is nice, I would love to have something that all members of Brokenbridge can use. Something that could be a belt favor, trinket or even used on your own social media page. To that end, we propose this badge, “(fieldless) a rabbit rampant vert.”
I don’t want to make this decision in a bubble. If you have ideas or thoughts, or even want to submit a design for the populace to debate on, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will have our Commons meeting on February 21st, 2020 and will make this an official discussion point at that meeting.