Kendo in the Covid-19 Era: Part IV

Kendo in the Covid-19 Era: Part IV

We’ve now had our first practice working under the “Orange” level of Covid-19 restrictions that require us to have a 3m distance between students when training. Last week we didn’t have classes so this week was the first test of the system, so...
Kendo in the Covid-19 Era: Part IV

Kendo in the Covid-19 Era: Part III

Ontario has moved to a more restrictive level of its Covid-19 response framework. Niagara is now subject to the “orange” level of restrictions. It seemed another call to Niagara Region Public Health was in order. I spoke to the same person (Matt H.) as I...
Kendo in the Covid-19 Era: Part IV

Kendo in the Covid-19 Era: Part II

So . . . the Ontario government has released a new Covid-19 Response Framework. For your reading pleasure, here’s the link: https://files.ontario.ca/moh-covid-19-response-framework-keeping-ontario-safe-and-open-en-2020-11-08.pdf Niagara is in the yellow...
Kendo in the Covid-19 Era: Part IV

Kendo in the Covid-19 Era

As you’ve heard, the Niagara Kendo Club has resumed indoor practices. So, what do these look like now that we’re in the era of Covid-19? They’re a little different, but not all that much. Here’s what’s going on. New Facility Our new...

We Have a New Home

For now 🙂 I am happy to announce that the Niagara Kendo Club will be resuming indoor Kendo training sessions at the Church of St. John the Evangelist (St. John’s Anglican Church), located at 12 Carleton St. South, Thorold. A map is below. Kendo training sessions...
Not-so-good Club News

Not-so-good Club News

Due to ongoing issues with squatters, vandalism, and theft, The Welland Martial Arts Centre has decided to vacate the dojo at 40 Division St. Of course, this means that The Niagara Kendo Club is now homeless. From what I can tell, at least two sets of club bogu were...