Canal Days Demo 2017

Canal Days Demo 2017

Do you like to camp out SCA style and meet new people? Want a free place to camp out on May 19-21? Silver Rylle holds a demo as part of Canal Days in Lebanon, PA.

We are in need of SCA folks to be part of this demo, especially since many of our regular attendees are not able to join us this year.

We set up a mini-villiage for the weekend and get to “show and tell” about the SCA and Medieval times. . We are really looking to meet some new people in the SCA and this is a great way. If you would like something Medieval to do that weekend, come join us.

Event Details
Site Opens Friday, May 19th 6pm
Site Closes Sunday, May 21st 5pm

Union Canal Park
N. 25th St. and Union Canal Drive
Lebanon, PA 17046
Google Map

ATTENTION GPS or Google Maps Users: Google Maps directions will take you to the NORTH SIDE of the Park. The demo is on the SOUTH SIDE, near the park entrance. Please plug in the intersection of N. 25th St. and Union Canal Drive, Lebanon, PA 17046.


If you are camping, plan to leave your tent up the entire weekend.
Period Pavilions are encouraged.
Day tripping is welcome.
Bring a craft or trade to show and tell. Please, provide your own table or blanket to show those.

Please contact Samuel le Medier if you are interested in joining us.



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