July 31, 9:00 AM (1 hr) in A&S 7:
A Time and a Place: Non-traditional Service
Baroness Yvianne de Castel d’Avignon, OL
Not everyone has the time, ability or desire to take on the role of officer, key event staff or special project coordinator. Come and participate in a discussion of new and different ways to volunteer or how to use the time and talents of those who want to be of assistance but can’t in more traditional ways.

July 31, 4:00 PM (1 hr) in RS1:
Volunteering and You
Lady Mairi of Kilravock
Are you suffering from Helium-Hand Syndrome? Want to volunteer but don’t know where to start? Worried about burning yourself out? Look no further! This class covers the Hows and Whys, the advantages, pitfalls and rewards of volunteering, without sacrificing your health along the way.\

August 1, 11:00 AM (1 hour) in A&S 14:
Event Finances: Before, During and After
Mistress Hilderun Hugelmann
From budget to gate to the event report. A discussion of event finances, based on Chapter 7 of the Exchequer’s Handbook.

August 1, 2:00 PM (1.5 hours) in A&S 7:
Equity and Inclusion 101: DEI in the SCA
Mistress Giata Magdalena Alberti
Learn the terminology of applied courtesy, build skills to promote SCA Core Values, and practice interrupting bias to ensure chivalric virtue in our organization.

August 2, 10:00 AM (1 hour) in A&S 12:
Youth and Family Involvement in the SCA
Lady Artemisia Voltera
Learn about ways to encourage family and youth participation at meetings and events and why it is important to the SCA. How to encourage family participation at meetings; ways to incorporate youth activities at your events. Why are youth important in the SCA? How does it help our Society to have youth involved? Kingdom youth education programs? Challenges and successes.

August 2, 12:00 PM (1 hour) in A&S 3:
Reinventing the Wheel
Duchess Melisande de Belvoir
Why do we do things in the SCA the way we do them, and how could we do them differently? How can we stress the “Creative” part of our name in the structure and planning of our events? Come prepared for active discussion and brainstorming!

August 2, 1:00 PM (1 hour) in A&S 7:
Equity and Inclusion 102: Honoring SCA Core Values
Mistress Giata Magdalena Alberti
Learn policy implementation for addressing inequity and exclusion, review the responsibilities of officers and participants, and develop skills to promote SCA Core Values.

August 2, 1:00 PM (1 hour) in A&S 12:
Reviving Your Local Group
Lady Artemisia Voltera
Come and learn ways to revive your SCA group to become a thriving community. Learn different tips and tricks to bring new life to your local group.

August 4, 11:00 AM (1 hour) in A&S 12:
Sharing the Magic Outside of the SCA
Mistress Katherine von Schlosserwald
It’s a dream come true to be a Living History Presenter. But how do you begin? What are the legal and procedural concerns? “I can get paid for this?” How do you command attention in a classroom? In a gymnasium? At a “Fair?” I’ll share my experiences as a paid Living History Presenter and answer questions you may have about the expectations of educators and audience.