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     The Kingdom of the Outlands is a regional group within the
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     The region that makes up the Outlands covers New Mexico, most of Colorado and Wyoming, El Paso, TX, and the panhandle of Nebraska. If you are interested in contacting the SCA within this area, take a look at the Local Groups page. Join us as we learn about history by making it come alive.
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Kingdom Webminister Wanted - Monday, July 07, 2014
The Kingdom of the Outlands is seeking a Kingdom Webminster. Please contact the current Kingdom Webminister at webminister@outlands.org for more information regarding this position. 

Non-Member Surcharge Exchequer Wanted - Sunday, April 06, 2014
The Kingdom of the Outlands is seeking a Non-Member Surcharge Exchequer. Information can be found on the Help Wanted page. 

Kingdom Research Panel - Monday, March 31, 2014
Greetings everyone,

It is with great pleasure I announce the Kingdom Research Panel FAQ list for all your official notifications regarding the work this panel will be doing over the coming months.

The link is: www.krp.outlands.org

As the panel progresses through the process, updates on meetings, progress reports and other information will be posted for all the populace to review. Additionally, all are invited to send questions, comments and ideas to the panel at: questions@krp.outlands.org

Thank you.
Lavan
Outlands Seneschal 

News from SCAtoday.net!

Tue, 22 Jul 2014 17:15:00 -0600

Kean de Lacy reports that he has posted a collection of videos from Cynagua Coronet which took place in May 2014 in the Kingdom of the West.

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Tue, 22 Jul 2014 13:21:36 -0600

The summer issue of the SCA wide archery E-newsletter Quivers and Quarrels is now available.

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Mon, 21 Jul 2014 22:29:00 -0600

The discovery of a Mona Lisa twin in the Museo del Prado in Madrid has led art historians and scientists to consider if Da Vinci's most famous work was actually the world's oldest 3-D artwork. (photos)

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