The last class of the year for kenjutsu will be Friday, December 19th. We will start back in the new year with our first class being on Friday, January 9th. After that we will resume the same Tuesday and Friday schedule.
Hello Everyone, We will be having two kenjutsu seminars this summer. The first will be on Sunday, July 6th and will be a beginner level seminar. The cost will be 65$. This seminar will be a great opportunity to expose interested friends to kenjutsu while being a good review for those who have already been training. Our goal is to have 30 attendees, including our own students. Please let us know if you are attending so we can keep track.
The second seminar will be on August 2nd and 3rd (the Saturday and Sunday) and will be a more advanced seminar for those who have already trained kenjutsu. It will cover in depth theory of classical shinai kata and iaijutsu movement. The cost for this will be 120$, and our goal as well is to have 30 attendees. As with the first seminar, please let us know ASAP if you are planning on attending.
We are currently planning our performance for this years Kurimoto Japanese Garden Spring Festival in Devon for the annual festival. The date is Sunday June 1st, 2014. Once again, we will be displaying some of the swords and other antiques owned by some of our members. To have the best performance possible, any students intending on performing need to attend class on a regular basis, and keep up on their training. If you are not coming to class regularily and would like to be apart of our performance/sword display please contact Mark asap.
Typically we arrive at the gardens around 10:00ish and we finish the performance around 1pm. The festival runs from 11am - 4pm.
We will be working out a schedule for the performance shortly and will be sending out more information soon. Please check your personal schedules and make the necessary arrangements if you plan to attend the
Noble House Kenjutsu is pleased to announce an upcoming seminar over August 3 and 4 in Edmonton. The seminar will cover material in both kenjutsu and iaijutsu. No prior experience is necessary, and all skill levels are welcome. Note that seminar size
is limited to 30 students. For more information, or to register, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.