Connect on FacebookWe have an active facebook group through which we discuss news, meeting times, and general Drentha shenanigans. Please join if you would like to learn more about us. This is the best way to connect with Drentha.
Weekly practiceWe meet in Memorial Park (Grove City, PA) most Sundays at 1.00pm. Visitors are welcome! Contact us through facebook or email to confirm that we are meeting on the week you choose to visit, as we sometimes travel out of town to events.
Email usDon't have facebook but still want to get in touch? Email us using the contact form, below.
How do I join?Come to a weekly meeting, sign a waiver, and join in the fun! We welcome all participants over the age of 16 (under 18 must bring a parent, and have their waiver signed by a notary). You are welcome to attend our practices without joining Drentha. For those who wish to join, there is a straightforward process we follow. You must first attend at least four practices or out-of-town events with Drentha so we can get to know you. If we get on well together, you may express your desire to join, and must then find two Drentha members who will sponsor you and guide you through the petitioning process. Once you've found your mentors, you will be welcomed into Drentha as a probationary member (there's a little ceremony), and must then work toward full membership by attending practices, making weapons and medieval clothing ('garb'), and inventing a simple roleplay character for yourself. After you've been to at least eight practices with us and have met all the other requirements, you'll be welcomed as a full member of Drentha. From there, you can continue to develop your skills and proficiencies by working toward honorary titles within the group. We're firm believers that self-improvement is a continuing journey and its own reward. But we also know the value of goals and structure to keep our motivation sharp! You can read more about joining Drentha, our ranks and titles, our expectations, and our governing structure in our bylaws.
We enjoy our craftsmanship just as much as our fighting, and Drentha makes a wonderful range of projects as we participate in Dagorhir. These projects range from Dagorhir weapons to reproductions of medieval clothing and everyday goods to camp tents and furniture. We've started sharing these projects on a group blog, which you can read here.
the easiest way to contact Drentha is through our Facebook group, but you can also reach us via email by filling out the following form:
Drentha's bylaws describe the ranks, titles, and awards that some of our members work to achieve, as well as the governing structure for the organization.
The current bylaws were approved by the Werod (members) on 1 May 2016 and revised 17 January 2017.