The Barony of Iron Mountain is the Birmingham, Alabama chapter of the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA).  The SCA is a non-profit educational organization which provides its members with an opportunity to learn about history through active participation.  We learn about life in a bygone era through re-creating the best those times had to offer.

We have local meetings and activities, which are run by the group officers, but the primary historical re-creation activities in the SCA are events. We focus on re-creating the atmosphere of a day at a royal tournament, a medieval festival or faire.  An event may include tournaments or wars (the SCA’s own sport based on medieval tournament-style combat), craft competitions, classes on topics of interest, Royal Court (where awards are given), dancing, singing, and of course sumptuous candle-lit feasts!

The world, as we know it, is divided into 20 large regions known as Kingdoms.  Our group, the Barony of Iron Mountain, is within the borders of the Kingdom of Meridies.(loosely translated in Latin to be “South”)

For general information on the SCA, including membership information, please visit the official SCA website. You can find out more about Iron Mountain and our chapter’s upcoming events by using the navigation links, or please feel free to contact our Web Minister. You are also welcome and encouraged to come to any of our meetings or practices. Visitors and newcomers are always welcome in the Barony of Iron Mountain!

Bjorn and Genevieve, Baron and Baroness of Iron Mountain

The Barony's quarterly officer's meeting is Tuesday, September 26 at 7 pm at Valley Christian Church. ... See MoreSee Less

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The Feast menu we are doing for the 40th year is below!

(we reserve the right to change dishes according to availability)

8th-9th Century - ROMAN
Oil Cured Olives
A Harmless Salad (Ne Lactucæ Lædant)
Plain Dumpling with Broth (Isicium simplex)
Wild Boar (Aper Ita Conditur)
Mustard (Sanapi)
Hot Sauce for Roast Boar (Jura Ferventia in Aprum Assum Facies Sic)

13th Century - ANDALUSIAN
Pickled Olives
Bread (Khubza Muwarroqa)
Orange Paste
Chicken (Lamtûniyya)
Savory Bread Pudding (Tharîdas)
Eggplant (Ratatouille)
Fried Pastry Log (Dafâir)

14th Century – ITALIAN
Mortadella (sausage)
Cooked Mushrooms
Elderflower Pottage
Aspic in the form of a Chessboard

14th Century – GERMAN
Savory Heathen cakes with Apples
Period Pizza with Chicken (Fladen)
Red Sauerkraut with Caraway
Puree of Rice Spise
Venison (if it comes available)

15th - FRENCH
Wild Boar in Spiced Sauce
Bruet of Savoy
Fresh Cheese

15th-16th ENGLISH
Roast Beef with Red wine
Beans fried with onions
Pies of grene apples
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This Sunday's practice will be held on the road in Huntsville. If anybody needs directions just shoot me a message. ... See MoreSee Less

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Tina Williford created an event for The Barony of Iron Mountain. ... See MoreSee Less

Leatherworking Project Day

September 23, 2017, 10:00am

Next project/fun day - save the date! Sept 23rd. THLord Haldan is going to show us how to do some leather projects - more info to come so stay tuned - to be hosted at Bjorn and Genevieve's place. Co...

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