Welcome to the official web page for the Shire of Rokeclif, the Southwestern Wisconsin chapter of the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA). The SCA is a worldwide organization which re-creates the historical period between 500 and 1603 A.D. Our Shire is part of a region known as The Kingdom of Northshield.

For up-to-date information on local meetings, gatherings and such, please visit the Shire of Rokeclif page on Facebook.

SCA has put together an “Interactive Newcomers’  Portal“. It’s like going to an event on a web page. Even if you’re an old hand at re-creation, please stop by and be inspired.



We love to eat! We love to cook! We love to serve! Combine these and you get a shire that has served luncheons at kingdom-level events. And a shire that eats pretty much whenever we get together.


Dancing is one of our more recent enjoyable activities. We have monthly dance practices at the La Crosse Public Library, and we’re looking forward to meeting in person and dancing again. Check our Facebook page for when the next dance practice is scheduled.


One of our favorite activities is learning. We share what we’ve learned at our Research Night meetings. Sometimes one person presents on a topic they have been learning about, and other times everyone does some research about a facet of their persona and shares that with the group.

Contacting Us

If you want to contact a human, you may email the seneschal at seneschal@rokeclif.org. The seneschal is sort of a modern-day president of our local group. You may also use our shire's Facebook page. We can also help with loaner garb and feast gear.


This is the recognized Web Page for the Shire of Rokeclif of the Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc. It is maintained by the webminister, Bruno Lachner. It is not a corporate publication of the Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc. and does not delineate SCA policies. In cases of conflict with printed versions of material presented on these pages or their links, the dispute will be decided in favor of the printed version.

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