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CINCO DE MAYO/
LEON PAUL CUP

 

Cinqo de Mayo

Friday, May 1st

Mixed Vet Foil at 7:00 pm
Mixed Vet Epee at 7:00 pm


Saturday, May 2nd

Open Foil at 8:30 am
Open Epee at 12:30 pm

 

Grand Prize

Stay at Casa del Agua, in Puerto Aventuras.
http://www.casadelagua.com

Random drawing on Saturday. Each fencer that registers and fences gets at least one chip to be placed in a “hat” and has an opportunity to win the grand prize. The further a fencer advances in the tournament the more chips awarded.

Prizes

Registration fee: $35
Event fee: $25

Fees double after April 24th, 2015.


Register Here

 


 

ATTENTION: Northwest Fencing Center had to change the dates for our upcoming Prenationals Camp. We have moved the camp up by one day. The new dates are June 20th - 24th. Sorry for any inconvenience, if you have any questions please email Louis at Louis@nwfencing.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Another great Veteran Camp!

Thank you everyone for attending, here are a few photos.

Vet Camp



 

 

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2013 International Summer Camps
2013 Reno North American Cup
News Watch NWFC in the local news
2012 International Epee Summer Camp
2012 International Foil Summer Camp
2012 Summer Nationals
2011 Suzanne Marx at the world championships

 

Swashbuckling birthday and group parties available

Kids and adults alike have fun dueling at the NorthWest Fencing Center.  Price for ten people is $150 for a two-hour session of fencing instruction and games.  All fencing equipment is provided as well as a table set for the musketeers.  You may provide your own refreshments.



Northwest Fencing Center welcomes fencers from all over the world! Meet some of our new friends

international

Anywhere you are at NWFC you can hear many different languages spoken. People from all ages come to visit us from around world. This only adds to the great sense of camaraderie and sportsmanship that everyone experiences on or off the fencing strips.

 

 

 

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