Summer Archery Schedule


Get your bows! Prepare your arms! Get ready to impress with your Royal Round Scores!

Here are the remaining dates for the season’s archery practices.

Sessions are held at Lord Godric of Hamptun’s range in Glenburn.

Sunday 6/24 12:00-2:00
Tuesday 7/10 5:30-dark
Tuesday 7/17 5:30-dark
Tuesday 7/24 5:30-dark
Tuesday 7/31 5:30-dark
Tuesday 8/7 5:30-dark
Tuesday 8/14 5:30-dark
Sunday 8/19 12:00-2:00
Tuesday 8/21 5:30-dark
Tuesday 8/28 5:30-dark
Tuesday 9/4 5:30-dark
Tuesday 9/11 5:30-dark
Tuesday 9/18 5:30-dark
Sunday 9/23 12:00-2:00
Tuesday 9/25 5:30-dark
Tuesday 10/2 5:30-dark

Hail Archers

Hail Archers of Endewearde!

There will be an unscheduled archery practice at our normal range on Sunday, 6/10/18, from 12 to 2 PM.

Master Godric  and our Archery Company Captain, Lady Admiranda will not be there but have authorized me to run the practice. Unlike this past Tuesday, we’re expecting fantastic weather. Let’s make the best of it and ready ourselves for this summer’s battles! Huzzah!

~First Archer of Endewearde, Lord Otto

Endewearde Hunt

The schedules should be removed, and Audrye’s contact information should be added as deputy autocrat: Audrye Beneyt mka Danielle Hunt, (207) 631-9706 email:

The forests of Endewearde are vast and with Autumn upon us, gentles gather together in the hollow to seek out friendship, knowledge, skill and fame. The Endewearde Hunt boasts all of these things and more. The maples and oaks watch over as a new Baronial Archery Champion is sought through displays of prowess. Under the pines, people gather to learn a variety of arts and sciences from others. Their Excellencies watch over the populace with love and admiration. Joyous days are had by all.

Endewearde’s premier camping event takes place in Newburgh, Maine and will be filled with archery and thrown weapons competitions, the famous Woods Walk, a potables round table and competition, a vast A&S track, and more! There is some rumor of a bit of fencing, as well!

This year will also feature the Third Annual Malaweardian Naval Battle. Prepare your small siege weapons to attack the floating boats on the pond. More details will be released closer to the event itself.

A sausage fundraiser will take place on Friday evening for a nominal fee.

There will be no Saturday dayboard planned. Instead, Saturday evening will play host to a potluck of vast proportions. If you wish to participate, please bring a dish to share and remember your feast gear. All kinds of dishes welcome!

The site offers primitive camping and above ground fire pits are welcome! Dogs are also permitted, but must remain on a lead at all times. The location has no running water, so please plan accordingly. Port-o-Castles will be located throughout the site for your convenience.

If you are interested in teaching a class for the Arts & Sciences track, a fillable form will be available closer to the event.

Merchants are welcome, as always, but must contact the autocrat. Priority space will be given in order to those who contact the autocrat.

Trash: There are no trash receptacles on site. Please plan to pack out your own trash.

Drinking Water: This is a primitive site. There is no potable water available. There is no running water available for washing or bathing. Please plan to bring whatever water you need for the duration of your stay.

Handicap Accessibility: You should be able to drive a car down into the camping areas to unload and unpack. There are some minor hills but most of the main areas are accessible if a person can traverse a minor slope with a lawn surface.

There will be 9 red fire buckets in visible locations throughout the site. They will be filled with pond water to be used for extinguishing your campfires. Please feel free to use the bucket and return it to where you found it. The Foresters will take on the responsibility of refilling them throughout the weekend.

Reminder: These buckets are filled with pond water, not potable water. Please don’t drink it.

In addition to fire buckets Foresters are providing the following at the Hunt:

● A metal wheelbarrow, shovel and rake for handling & moving ashes, coals and charred wood. Please dispose of your fireplace residue only in the fire pit on Bards’ Hill. Do not dump it on the ground.
● Several plastic tarps
● Extra tent pegs & stakes
● Twine & rope
● Assorted wooden poles

These will be placed near the troll / info point. Please feel free to borrow what you need and return it at the end of the event.


There is the opportunity to teach classes at the Endewearde Hunt. Teachers please use the Teacher Sign Up Form* before September 30th. Contact Lady Olalla Tristana with any questions.

Calling all archery marshals and MiTs! Please sign up for archery shifts for the Hunt! Lady Admiranda Howard would like to see as many shifts covered before the event as possible, so that she can fill in holes where needed. This way, no one spends all their time marshaling, and no time shooting!

Please consider signing up for two shifts if you can. There will be two woods walks this year.

Also, please note that there are no shifts available on Sunday from 11-12, and after 2. The range will close at these times for the Archery Championship.

Please use the link Endewearde Hunt Archery Shifts form.*

Good day, people of Endewearde, Malagentia and points east and west! The cooler mornings, ripening harvest, and hints of red in leaves is signaling a change of seasons – summer into autumn. With autumn comes The Hunt. There are many wonderful things to do and learn, and many fine people to meet and renew conversations with at this event.

Gift others with your smiling face and welcoming words – please sign up for a chance to sit troll, and share this gift with friends, old and new!

Please use the link Endewearde Gate Shift Signup.*

If you would like to merchant at the Endewearde Hunt, please contact the autocrat by email: There is no merchant fee and we would love to have you.

If you are planning to bring a Youth Minor (anyone under the age of 18) to a Society for Creative Anachronism event for whom you are not their parent or legal guardian, then you must obtain the proper forms and signatures. This policy applies to relatives of the guest minor as well (for example: siblings, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins).
You can read Endewearde’s FAQ for Guest Minors so you can plan to obtain the necessary forms, signatures and notary public services before the youth guest minor accompanies you to an event.

Private Residence
2910 Western Ave
Newburgh, ME 04444
Google Map

● Take your best route to Exit 174 (Rt. 69) off I-95 in Maine.
● Head toward Newburgh (turning right if coming from the South, turning left if coming from the North).
● Travel about 1 1/4 miles to the flashing light of the intersection with Rt 202/9.
● Here turn right to go west.
● The site is about 4 miles down the road on your right.
The site is a private residence. You will drive through the back yard. Have faith! You are on the right path.

Event Site Maps will be posted to the Endewearde Hunt facebook event page

Adult Weekend: $20 ($5 Member Discount)
Adult Day: $15 ($5 Member Discount)
Child (5-17) Weekend: $10
Child (5-17) Day: $5
Child (0-4) Weekend: Free
Child (0-4) Day: Free
Make Checks Payable to: SCA Maine, Inc – Endewearde

Event Steward: Meisterin Agatha Wanderer
mka Rachel Case
(207) 862-2305 

Deputy Autocrat:
Lady Audrye Beneyt
MKA Danielle Hunt
(207) 631-9706

No reservations required or accepted.


There is a public facebook event page The Endewearde Hunt 2018 which will have discussions and updates on activities at the Endewearde Hunt.

The official announcement for the Endewearde Hunt event appears on the East Kingdom event page.

(*Form will be active later.)


Endewearde Activities: Tuesday Aug. 22 – Sunday Aug. 29, 2017

Manuscript illustration of a woman and man wearing crowns and looking out of windows at the top of a tall white tower.

Book of Hours by Master of Guillebert de Mets, Master of the Lee Hours, and Master of Wauquelin’s Alexander, Belgium ca. 1450 via J. Paul Getty Museum on Wikimedia Commons, Public Domain

Good news! Syr Cedric of Thanet, King’s Champion of Thrown Weapons, will be running a weekly thrown weapons practice at his home in China, Maine on Thursdays starting at 5:30 pm. Come out and fling that thing (into a target).

Tuesday August 22
5:30 pm Archery practice in Bangor (private residence)

Wednesday August 23
5:30 pm Thrown weapons practice in Hermon (private residence) at the home of Lord Seamus
6:00 pm Project night in Bar Harbor (private residence, Canton of Basingestoches) at the home of Lord Thomas de Marr’.

Thursday August 24
5:00-7:00 pm Canton of Basingestoches Combat Practice at General Bryant E. Moore Community Center, 5 General Moore Way, Ellsworth, ME.
5:30 pm Thrown weapons practice in China (private residence) at the home of Syr Cedric of Thanet

Sunday August 20 (all held at the Bangor Housing Authority, 161 Davis Rd, Bangor)
4:00-7:00 pm Combat practice in Bangor
4:00-7:00 pm Medieval crafts in Bangor

For last minute updates in case of rain which may cause outdoor practices to be cancelled please check the Endewearde facebook group.

Archery season is open in the Barony of Endewearde

Illuminated manuscript hunting scene at the bottom of two columns of calligraphy text. Standing upon swirling vines with leaves and flower buds are two woman. The woman on the left in a red gown takes aim with her bow to shoot hares. In the center there is a hare coming out of its burrow beneath small trees. To the right there is a woman in a gray dress wearing a white veil chasing the rabbits with a long stick to scare them out from their burrows.

Royal 10 E IV f. 41 Women hunting rabbits

Archery practice is held at the home of Master Godric of Hamtun and Baroness Margaret of Rochester in Bangor, Maine on Tuesday evenings (weather permitting) from 5:30-7:30 pm. Please plan on bringing what you need for your comfort which may include bug spray, a chair, water, and other necessities.

Practices run weekly starting in May through early October 2017. You can learn more about archery in the Barony of Endewearde and its cantons by contacting the Endewearde archery marshal, Lady Admiranda Howard, at

You can also make contact with Godric, Margaret, or Admiranda through the Endewearde facebook group to learn more about archery in the SCA and for driving directions to archery practice.

Image Source: The British Library (public domain)
Royal 10 E IV   f. 41   Women hunting rabbits

Updated: 05/02/2017

Canton of Wyndriche Bowyer Workshop Series

The Canton of Wyndriche in partnership with the Unity College Medieval Reenactment Club will be holding a bowyer workshop series on Tuesday evenings in November 2015 at Unity College, 90 Quaker Way, Unity, Maine.

Time & Location

The class begins at 7:00 pm at the Thomashow Learning Labs (TLL), Room 104

Thomashow Learning Laboratories (TLL) is connected to Koons Hall on this map of Unity Campus.

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Ragnarr Inn Grai, Arts & Sciences Minister for the Canton of Wyndriche, will be offering a series of classes on how to construct an archery bow at Unity College in partnership with the Unity College Medieval Reenactment Club. The focus of the class will be a basic longbow from a stave. Ragnarr may also demonstrate a basic longbow from easily obtainable commercial lumber if time and materials are available.

Regarding the number of attendees: the more the merrier. We should have most of the materials covered. Depending on how many attend means that tools will need to be shared. There is no charge for the workshop. If you have any tools such as a draw spoke shave and rasp plane please bring them along.

Classes will be held on Tuesdays on November 3, 10 and 17 at 7:00 pm in room TLL 104. This building is attached to Koons Hall and is in the center of campus

Please contact Ragnarr by email at if you have any questions about the content of this class.

Social Media Resources

You can visit the facebook page for the Canton of Wyndriche if you have any questions about this class.