Due to the spread of Covid-19, we’re adjusting our schedule in response to changing local conditions. The plan is for any changes to go into effect at the beginning of the month and for the schedule to stay the same for at least the whole month.

July 2020 Schedule

Tuesdays:

5:30-6:30 – Private lessons by appointment (email us for a link to the sign-up)
6:30-7:00 – Online footwork on Google Meet (email us for link)
7:00-8:30 – Private lessons by appointment

Wednesdays:

5:30-8:30 – Private lessons by appointment

Thursdays:

5:30-6:30 – Private lessons by appointment
6:30-7:00 – Online footwork on Google Meet
7:00-8:00 – Small group class (masks required)
8:00-8:30 – Private lessons by appointment

Saturdays:

9:00-10:30 – Private lessons by appointment

August 2020 Schedule

Tuesdays:

5:30-8:30 – Private lessons by appointment (both in-person and online lessons available – email us for the link to the sign-up)

Wednesdays:

5:30-8:30 – Private lessons by appointment (in-person only)

Thursdays:

5:30-7:00 – Private lessons by appointment (both in-person and online)
7:00-8:00 – Small group class (masks required, capped at 6 participants)
8:00-8:30 – Private lessons by appointment (in-person and online)

Saturdays:

9:00-10:30 – Private lessons by appointment (in-person only)

Masks are strongly encouraged, but we’re not requiring them for lessons at this time. Masks are required on Thursdays when we have more people in and out of the building due to the small group class. It is a good idea to learn to fence with a mask under your fencing mask in case it’s a requirement when competitions resume.

We also encourage minimizing the number of people in the building and the amount of time non-fencers are in the building. Obviously, if you aren’t feeling well, suspect you might have Covid-19, or have tested positive for Covid-19, please stay home!

We are also cleaning high-touch surfaces and we are not allowing sharing of club-owned gear. If you don’t have your own equipment, you can pick out equipment and we’ll put it in a box with your name on it where no one else will touch it.

We hope that we can do what it takes for people to feel comfortable participating in fencing at some level during this time, and we’re open to creative ideas about what we can do to maximize the value of our students’ time practicing fencing while also keeping risk at acceptable levels for that individual.

As always, please call or email if you have any questions!