The Baron and Baroness serve as representatives of the Crown of Avacal. They are the public face of our Barony, serving as our chief examples of chivalry, courtesy and virtue.
Baron Jean de Chauliac &
Baroness Guillaine de Gaulle
Responsible for the financial affairs for the local group, including detailed records of all monetary transactions involving the barony's funds.
Responsible for running fight practices for armored combat and rapier
The Chamberlain is in charge of ensuring all of the Barony's property is accounted for, stored, maintained, and, if the gear is not in Baronial hands, keep track of who has what items when. In Consultation with the Financial Committee, the Chamberlain will oversee policies and procedures related to all Baronial property.
Responsible for target archery practices, which may include combat archery.
Malabar Membro Spaccata
The Seneschal is known as the Chief Administrative Officer, and is responsible for coordinating the activities of the local group and overseeing the other officers.
Philippe de St. Denis
Responsible for encouraging local members to research, teach, and practice historically accurate arts and sciences.
A'isha Rayhana al-Karim
The Scribe is responsible for writing, drawing, and painting award scrolls for the Baron and Baroness to give out in their court.
The Youth and Family Activities Coordinator is the barony's chief officer in charge of encouraging opportunities for entertainment and education of SCA participants under the age of 18.
Responsible for maintaining a collection of clothing suitable for the middle ages, which newcomers can borrow at taverns and local events.
The Chatelaine is dedicated to helping newcomers feel welcome in the Barony of Borealis, as well as arranging Public demonstrations (or demos) to educate the public about the middles ages.
The herald is responsible for all heraldic activities in the barony, including voice heraldry, device heraldry and name heraldry.
Fáelán O Dálaigh
Responsible for recording minutes of business meetings, publishing the newsletter, and maintaining the mailing and phone list.
Coryn of the Wode
Responsible for youth armoured combat practice, which is for children from ages 6 to 17. Please note: parents must still be in attendance for all youth combat practices.