JAPANESE MARTIAL ARTS
SUPPORTING JAPANESE WEAPON ARTS IN EDMONTON, ALBERTA
The Kita Kaze Budo Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of Japanese weapon arts in Edmonton, Canada.
Kendo, meaning "way of the sword" in Japanese, is a full-contact sport where practitioners put on armour and strike each other with bamboo swords.
Iaido, the art of cutting a target immediately from the draw and sheathing the katana, utilizes a dull blade while performing special choreographed sequence’s called kata.
The Naginata is the Japanese polearm, A full-contact sport comprised of sparring with armour and bamboo weapons as well as kata (choreographed sequences of attack and defense)
Winter session: January 4 – March 30/2023
Wednesdays and Thursdays: 6:00pm – 7:30pm – Kendo Kids, Iaido
7:30pm – 9:00pm – Kendo Adults, Naginata
For more information please visit: https://kitakazebudo.org/
MMK - KArate
Please call for more details - 780-439-8967
Starting dates on www.MMK-KARATE.com. Every student can attend several classes a week.
Thursday’s Early Dismissal days – 3:00PM – 4:00pm
January 12 – March 23/2023
Monday’s – 6:00PM – 8:30PM
January 9 – March 27/2023
Please contact: 780.439.8967
GREENFIELD HA LL (3803 - 114 ST.)
To find out about our other karate programs for kids and adults
please see our webpage: www.MMK-KARATE.com
STUDENTS CAN A TTEND UNLIMITED CL ASSES ONCE REGISTERED FOR THE SEMESTER.
KARATE OFFERED FOR PARENTS DURING KIDS CLASSES.
59th Edmonton Scout Group
Kids in Scouts have fun adventures,
discovering new things and experiences they wouldn't discover elsewhere.
Along the way, kids develop into capable, confident and well-rounded individuals, better prepared for success in the world.
Scouts is the start of something great.
Programs for ages 5 to 26.
Beavers - Aged 5-7 - Learn the explore the world around them, work together, share, and gain skills as citizens both outdoors and indoors.
Cubs - Aged 8-10 - Continue to explore the world around them learning how to be better citizens always doing their best.
Scouts - Aged 11-14 - Gain skills to take on the world. Learning to work in teams and exploring the outdoors more. Scouts start to design and execute their own adventures with the assistance and guidance of Adult Leaders.
Venterer's - Aged 15-17 - Vents can branch into different streams like Medical Vents or Sea Vents. Vents are given guidance for a self directed program, with two adult advisors to help them along the way.
Rovers - Aged 18-25 - Rovers are fully self-sufficient. As a Rover, one can be a Leader to the younger youth and go on adventures on their own.
Registration opens September 1 for membership until December 2023.
Check Scouts.ca or our Website, 59thedmontonscouts.com, for more details.
If you would like more information, please contact Commissioner Glen by email
Rhymes that Bind
Program: Rhymes That Bind drop-in program (for parents/caregivers and children 0-3 years of age)
Program Description: An unstructured playtime with a focus on providing an opportunity for parents to spend time with their children in a play friendly environment and meet other parents. Parents will learn songs, finger plays, and simple movement games with their infants and toddlers as well as discover new ways to bond in a supportive peer environment.
Winter Program Dates: WEDNESDAYS - January 18 – March 22, 2023 inclusive (10 weeks)
Spring Program Dates: WEDNESDAYS- April 12 – June 14, 2023 inclusive (10 weeks)
Program time: 9:30-11:30am (2 hours)
Program Cost to Participants: FREE
More information on our agency and programming can be found at https://www.familyfutures.ca/.