Interested in Fencing classes with the Kamloops Fencing Club?

    Established in 1999, the Kamloops Fencing Club has trained both competitive and non-competitive members in a relaxed, friendly environment. Our goal as a club is to help promote physical fitness and good sportsmanship. 

    The club meets Saturdays at the John Tod School, to fulfill the needs of Foil and Epee and for adults and children alike, and on Tuesday evenings for Fencing practice.

    Local fencers can come and practice with each other in a safe environment, use our equipment to learn and practice their skills.

    If you are considering fencing as a hobby, our coaches Sean, Connor, and Damon are able to provide group lessons to train you through a fun and relaxed environment.

    Our intent is to:

    1. Provide the opportunity to learn the basics of the sport in a safe environment.
    2. Encourage personal growth from beginner up to club competitor.
    3. Provide existing fencers in the Kamloops area a place to train alongside other fencers.

    The club members, students, and casual fencers meet to fence foil or epee every Tuesday evening throughout the year (see calendar for dates or contact a coach).

    For more information about club fees and the courses we provide, click here.


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    Here is another recent article that features our club: http://www.kamloopsthisweek.com/fenced-in-at-john-tod/
     
    Our club was featured in Kamloops Daily News. To read the article, please click here: Kamloops Daily News Article