About our Group

The Canton of KaldorNess is the SCA branch located in Columbia County Oregon. We welcome all who are interested in history, community, and discovering the middle ages and Renaissance.  Please contact us, we love company!  

Our name is taken  from the Scottish Borderlands and translates loosely as "the nose of land between the river and the woods"  We are a canton of the Society of Creative Anachronism, meaning that we are a smaller branch that works closely with a larger baronial branch.  For us that branch is the Barony of Three Mountains (Portland, OR  Metro Area).

We were made a full canton (small branch) of the SCA in Jan 2007 and will be celebrating a decade in the Society this January. Our device (our branch shield image) is a heraldic monster called a pantheon who is white with purple stars  and a red rope knot at the bottom on a golden point.    The blazon (heraldic writing) for this is:  Gules, a pantheon rampant to sinister argent mullety of six points purpure, maintaining between its forelegs a laurel wreath argent, on a point pointed Or a Heneage knot gules.

Check out this amazing video.  IT gives a very interesting view of what the SCA has to offer new members.  We have many facets to our game and we believe we can find a nitch for eveyone to enjoy.  This video was created and edited by Raiya Corsiglia.

Please enjoy and if you would like to reach out to us please us ethe conatc information below of one of the links on the main page to find the branch closest to you.
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The Canton of Kaldor Ness is growing and as we grow we are looking to set out on our own.  We thank the Mighty Barony of Three Mountains, Their Excellencies and the populace for all of your support of our small home.  With this we would like to post our Customary and Financial Policy for the Canton as we strive to open our wings and take the next step as a branch of the Kindom of An Tir.

To read the Customary and Financial Policy of the Canton of Kaldor Ness please click the button below. 

Customary and Financial Policy