Wheelchair Fencing

Published on Thursday, 8/18/2011 1:57 pm | by Inclusive and Adaptive Recreation | Automatically Archived on 8/18/2011

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Modern fencing is an exciting and athletic sport which provides both a mental and physical workout! Wheelchair fencing takes place in a smaller, compact space, than able-bodied fencing, allowing fencers to bout at an arm's length from one another. Wheelchair fencers do not have to use a wheelchair as their main form of mobility, rather, anyone who has mobility issues is welcome to participate and sit in a chair during bouts. Fencing equipment provided but must bring own wheelchair (power or manual).

DAY: Friday

AGES: 10 +

TIME: 6:00 – 7:30 PM

COST: $158/session

SESSION 1: Sept 23 – Oct 14

SESSION 2: Oct 21 – Nov 18 *No class 11/11

DURATION: 4 Weeks/session

WHERE: Crossroads Fencing – 267 Maple St., Unit I, Marlborough, MA

Instructed by Crossroads Fencing

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