Current Events - The Barony of Kraé Glas

Upcoming events

These are held in medieval attire. If you don’t have any medieval garb, we can loan you some. Krae Glas events are usually child friendly, as many of the members have children.

Please see our Calendar, below for upcoming events.

Calendar for the Barony of Krae Glas, the College of St. Monica, and Guild meetings


Regular meetings

These are not held in medieval costume.

Crafthalls

Crafthall is held on the second Saturday of the month at the 7th Doveton Scout groups hall in Doveton.

The hall opens from midday, is a nice big space with tressle tables/chairs available as well as having an open fireplace and a small kitchenette for making lunches. Activities have included – tent making, calligraphy, book binding, armour repairs, gonfolon painting. Kids are welcome!

Check the calendar for details.

St. Monica’s medieval activities

Friday evenings the College of St. Monica (Monash University) hosts a range of medieval activities, starting at 6pm, Held in the C1 lecture theater foyer at Monash University, Make sure to check the calendar for details.

Rapier Training

Also, on Thursday nights from 7:45pm there is regularly scheduled Rapier training, held at Fairhills High School, 330 Scoresby Road, Knoxfield.

Check the calendar for details.

Suth Guild meetings

These are regular monthly meetings of people from all over Melbourne. If you want to know how to make something, turn up to the appropriate meeting and ask for pointers. Unlike the guilds of medieval times, the people you find at these meetings will fall over themselves to tell you about a topic.

  • Broiderers and Taylors Guild – making clothing
  • Cooks Guild
  • Scribes Guild – calligraphy and illumination
  • Painters Guild
  • Herb and Garden Guild

Check the calendar for times and locations.


The College of St. Monica

The College of St. Monica is a branch of the SCA associated with Monash University. Many members of Krae Glas joined the SCA via St. Monica. The college has regular weekly activites on Friday evenings.

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