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Welcome to the Current Middle Ages!

The Society for Creative Anachronism is an international, not-for-profit educational organization dedicated to the study and re-enactment of life in the Middle Ages and Renaissance. We dress in period garb, engage in medieval battles, tournaments and feasts, and practice most of the arts and crafts known to the medieval and Renaissance World.

In the eastern portion of South Carolina, the Society for Creative Anachronism is represented by the Barony of Hidden Mountain. Generally speaking, if you live east of Interstate 95, you are in the Barony of Hidden Mountain.

Within the barony there are three subgroups (cantons) whose members not only participate in the barony but also in more local activities.

The Canton of Tear-Sea's Shore covers the metropolitan Charleston area (Charleston, Dorchester and Berkeley counties). For detailed information on activities in the Canton of Tear-Sea's Shore, visit the canton web page at tearseasshore.atlantia.sca.org or contact the canton seneschal at seneschal AT tearseasshore.atlantia.sca.org.

The Canton of Misty Marsh by the Sea is located in the metropolitan Florence area. For detailed information on activities in the Canton of Misty Marsh by the sea, visit the canton web page at mistymarsh.atlantia.sca.org or contact the canton seneschal at seneschal AT mistymarsh.atlantia.sca.org.

The Incipient Canton of Moorhaven comprises Myrtle Beach, Conway and surrounding areas of coastal South Carolina. For detailed information on activities in the Incipient Canton of Moorhaven, visit the canton web page at moorhaven.atlantia.sca.org or contact the canton seneschal Paul Lorenson.

The barony itself is part of the Kingdom of Atlantia which includes most of the coastal states from Maryland to South Carolina with a small border outpost in the area around Augusta, Georgia. For information on activities in Atlantia, visit the kingdom web page at atlantia.sca.org.

For information on the Society for Creative Anachronism in other areas of the United States, Canada, Europe and the Far East, visit the Society's global home page at www.sca.org.