University of Waterloo SCA Web Server

This machine is maintained by Eric Praetzel. My hobby web page can be found at and my work web page at

Many CDs (Tapes of Dance 2, 3, 4, The Companions of St. Cecilia, and many more) are available from myself and others on an at-cost basis:
To hear this music, order the CDs & books or get more info check my SCA Dance CD & book web page

I have a large number of dance music arrangements on this machine. Go to my SCA dance music search engine for the entire list and links to the web pages for the arrangers.

The Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA) is a worldwide non-profit educational organization dedicated to researching and recreating the best of the middle ages, and the renaissance, the period of history from 600 to 1600.
Members of the SCA do most anything from singing and dancing to weaving, fighting, fencing, archery, research , etc; basically anything that would have been done in the time period that the society covers.

The University of Waterloo is in the canton of Bryniau Tywynnog, in the Barony of RamsHaven which is in the Kingdom of Ealdormere.

Here is a list of People and Groups in the SCA that was started by Mistress Ellisif and that I now manage. Instructions on updating the list is given on the web page itself.

Bryniau Tywynnog (Kitchener-Waterloo SCA)

Summer meetings typically are in Waterloo park (by the pavilion) beginning June. Fighting will start whenever a marshall and enough fighters are there.
Winter meetings are at St. Judes Private school at 888 Trillium Dr (Bleams end of Trillium) in Kitchener.
The meetings are on Thursday nights 7:30

For information call Richard T. Lionheart (in the phonebook).

SCA Groups with web pages on this machine.

Personal Web pages on this machine

Historial Costuming

SCA Dance and Music Web Pages

Software, Mirrors and Archives on this machine

Other useful web sites

This machine is maintained by Eric Praetzel.

Equipment for this machine was donated by Eric Praetzel, Brian Plante and the University of Waterloo E&CE dept.

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