Welcome to the Barony of Storvik Home Page. We are a barony within the Society for Creative Anachronism, a medieval recreation group.
If you’re interested in joining us, you’re welcome to visit us Monday evenings at at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in College Park, MD, where you can watch (or try!) heavy fighting, rapier fencing, or dancing.
If those aren’t your favorite things to do, our Baron & Baroness host monthly social evenings in one or the other’s home, and there are several craft nights each month. See the activities calendar.
The SCA divides the world into kingdoms, which are further divided into baronies and shires. Storvik is in the Kingdom of Atlantia (MD–SC and part of Georgia).
The Barony of Storvik is made up of DC, Prince George’s County (MD), and part of Montgomery County (MD). For more information email us at info AT storvik.atlantia.sca.org
Continuing a tradition whose origin is lost in the mists of time … on Saturday, November 9th 2013, the ancient and venerable Performers’ Revel will take place in the vasty halls of Caer Bear. This is an event OF performers FOR performers BY performers! The call goes out to all musicians, singers, poets, dancers, actors, storytellers, jugglers and other practitioners of the performing arts. Novice performers are particularly encouraged. Are you perhaps learning a new art or skill? Are you perhaps reluctant to perform before a packed and noisy hall? Then this event is especially for you! By longstanding tradition, we have no audience – everyone who attends must contribute at least one performance. But fear not! The definition of “performance” is quite elastic. Give it a try!
PRACTICALITIES: By ancient custom, the revel will be held at the home of Baron Igor Bear and Baroness Fevronia Murometsa, 2204 Amber Meadows Drive, Bowie MD 20716. The site is wet (as long as you are 21 or older) and very cheap! The hall opens at 10am, performances usually start around noon and continue until the last vestiges of energy run out. The only fee is $12 to cover the feast – Baron Igor will conduct his traditional proof that cooking is indeed a performing art! [NOTE BENE: small children may find the need to sit quietly rather tedious, so parents may want to make appropriate childcare arrangements].
Since this is not an official SCA event, and the only fee is for dinner, please make checks payable to Kathleen Sobansky
Site: 2204 Amber Meadows Drive, Bowie MD 20716.
Site Restrictions: Um …. Don’t be a turkey?
RESERVATIONS: Baroness Fevronia Murometsa (Kathleen Sobansky) 2204 Amber Meadows Drive, Bowie, MD 20716.
Take the Beltway/I-95, 495 to the MARYLAND exit for Route 50. Take Route 50 East, towards Annapolis. Go about 6 miles to the exit for Route 301. Take Route 301 South. Go down about 2 miles to Mitchellville Road (it is a traffic light). Turn right on Mitchellville. Go about 1/4 mile to Arbor Hill and turn right. Take Arbor Hill until it T-bones into Alderwood. Turn right on Alderwood, then take the first left onto Alstead, and an almost immediate right turn onto Amber Meadows Drive. We are 2204 Amber Meadows Drive, 3rd house on the left. Our phone is 301 390-4428.
Questions: may be directed to Baroness Fevronia Murometsa, owlharp[at]juno.com or 301-390-4428.