The Society for Creative Anachronism branch for Dallas, Texas, and surrounding cities,
including our cantons of Glaslyn in Denton, Texas and Kynges Creke in Terrell, Texas

If the SCA is new to you and you'd like to learn more, please have a look at our Newcomer Information.

Our barony can be a busy place. This calendar will keep you informed about our upcoming events, activities, and gatherings.

A collection of information about the activities of the SCA, including combat, Arts & Sciences, heraldry, and children's activities.


Welcome to The Barony of the Steppes, the branch of the Society for Creative Anachronism in Dallas, Texas, and surrounding cities. For four decades, The Steppes as been an active and influential branch of the SCA, here in the Central Region of the Stellar Kingdom of Ansteorra.

The SCA is a historical recreation organization. We study both the broad history and the day-to-day activities of individual lives of Medieval and Renaissance history. We go beyond the books to make history come alive. The clothing, the combat, the music, the art, and the sciences—it's all a part of being a member of the SCA.

If the SCA is new to you and you'd like to know more, please have a look at our Newcomers Information.

The Barony of the Steppes hosts Winter Roundtable in the Canton of Glaslyn. See the Winter Roundtable page for more information and schedule.

Their Excellencies Sarah and Peter offer congratulations to this year's Steppes Champions!

  • Warlord - Timo Kalamamos
  • Rapier - Miles Ridley
  • Archery - Ronald Fitz Robert
  • Arts and Sciences - Madalena de Orozco
  • Bardic (Co-Champion) - William Swindell
  • Bardic (Co-Champion) - Nicholas Sutton

Do you know somebody who had excelled in the Barony and you think that person deserves public recognition as a valuable member? Please fill the Ansteorran Award Recommendation Form here or check the link in the menu or in the Awards page.

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