GroupPhotoWelcome to Ildhafn 

We are a medieval and renaissance re-creation club. 

We hold regular events where we  dress like medieval or renaissance people, feast, dance, sing and participate in tournaments. Between events, most of us practice various arts & crafts, and pursue specialised areas of interest such as weaving, dancing, fencing, armouring, sewing, heraldry, shoe-making, book-binding, calligraphy, illumination, music, brewing & cooking. There are few historic crafts that one of us would not have touched on at some time.

New members are welcome, whether you want to become heavily involved, or just have a go once or twice a year.

This website is mainly about the Auckland branch. The website for the Hamilton/Waikato part of the group (the Canton of Cluain) is here. There are links here to other SCA groups in New Zealand, and around the world.

Council meeting times for 2016

We're looking at the best option for monthly council-meetings this year.

Likely times:

  • Sunday daytime
  • Sunday evening
  • Wednesday evening

Have your say here

A&S time and venue for 2016

A possible plan for A&S meetings in Ildhafn this year: a big monthly gathering plus smaller weekly gatherings

I'd really appreciate as much feedback as possible before this Sunday (the 14th). I know heaps of you have already given lots of feedback (thank you!) but a minute filling this out will make it so much easier to count. Thanks a heap!

Here's the form - have your say in easily-countable form

St Sebastian's

Event Date and Time: 
March 11, 2016 - 4:00pm - March 13, 2016 - 3:00pm

A camping event with archery themed fun at Braythwayte Manor in Rotorua. Expect great food, camp fire banter, entertainment, games, music, the annual Oddlington v Piddlington foot-the-ball match and 'Dead Man's Shoes'... another of Ed's sneaky assassination games!

Event site here.

The Archives

Some of the stories previously featured on our website are archived here so that you can look back through them at your leisure.

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