Announcements received from officers and event staff
Due to expansion of the Pennsic Food Court, The Pennsic Independent is once again on the move.
Our new home is on the Great Middle Highway, at the top of Rune Stone Hill, next to the Middle Eastern Dance Tent. (Across from Rune Stone Park and the Middle Kingdom Encampment.) Please watch for The Pennsic Independent sign and banner with the black eagle.
For years, there has been an interest in having The Pennsic Independent publish during the first week.
In a potential move toward doing so, the PI staff is exploring the possibility of publishing an issue on the first Saturday of War Week.
By Sgt. Azrael ben Shemhazai
Hard as it may be to believe, we’re coming up on 40 years since the backyard party at Berkeley May 1, 1966, that marks the founding of the Society for Creative Anachronism. And in that time, just as in the Real Middle Ages, we in the Current Middle Ages have developed an impressive treasure trove of history, stories and adventures. And along with those stories we have our relics — real, physical evidence of days gone by.
By Dr. Henry Best
At the Pennsic War, the Coxcomb Academy Graduation Show was jarringly
interrupted as an Inquisitor charged the show's master of ceremonies,
Captain Matthew Christopher, with witchcraft.
Many of those who travel to Pennsic have enjoyed the home cooking at the Kopper Kettle, a dine-in restaurant near Coopers Lake.
Unfortunately, the familiar "Welcome SCA" sign has been replaced with a "Closed for Renovation" sign.
According to New Castle locals, the sign has been up for almost a year. No one is certain if or when the Kopper Kettle will open again. Calls to the Kopper Kettle went unanswered as of Friday.
Merchants, it is time to start planning for Pennsic! Woo Hoo!
Studies show that advertising can increase sales by 25% to 75%. Display advertising in PI falls in the upper part of that spectrum! If you have never advertised before, especially if you are a new Pennsic merchant or have moved spaces, consider it for this War!
In the past, when you have advertised with the Pennsic Independent, you have reached more than 7,000 readers each day of the War!
After several years on Services Row, The Pennsic Independent is relocating to the Barn area. Our new home is just behind the Once Again Inn. We are hoping our new location will be more convenient for many of you.
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