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Most simply, you join by taking on a mediaeval persona, dressing and acting appropriately, and coming to Society events.  By participation in events, you are part of the Society.

If you want to fully participate in SCA events you will need a Membership.  Benefits include

The ability to hold office
The ability to compete in Crown/Coronet Tournaments
Discounted entry fees at some events
Sustaining and International members receive their Kingdom's newsletter and can subscribe to additional publications.

Memberships in the United States run $45.00 for a year.  Associate and Family memberships are also available to members with larger households.

The easiest way to join is to go to:

www.sca.org

Then select the membership selection

You can also call the Member Services Office M-T 9am to 4 pm Pacific Time at 800-789-7486 or 408-263-9305

You can contact them by mail at

Member Services Office
Society for Creative Anachronism
P.O. Box 360789
Milpitas, CA 95036-0789

To find your local group:

Select the New to the SCA selection and then from that web page select the find your group selection.  You can select your State, Canadian Providence, or Country and see if there is a local group near you!

Foreign memberships are also available, but can vary by your country.  You can also add printed monthly kingdom newsletters, Quarterly publications include Board proceedings, The Compleat Anachronist and Tournaments Illuminated.

Written by Ray Moseley — July 31, 2016

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