Limited opening starting May, 26th
We are open with a limited schedule. Schedule your lesson as well as group classes bellow.
Recurring weekly lessons can be scheduled with Coach Johnny and Nick on Mondays, Tuesdays and Saturdays.
Group classes are on Wednesday and Thursday and limited to a maximum of 10 participants. Limited to once a week per member, we will open additional days/sign-ups once we see how people are signing-up.
The new schedule allows us to stagger the arrival of fencers as well as give us time to disinfect the club
What can you do to help
We are a non-profit organization dedicated to providing a fun and safe environment for kids of all ages (even the over 40s ones) to learn and practice the sport of fencing. All the money taken in by the club goes towards this goal, and much of the work done at the club is by our dedicated volunteers. There are numerous ways that you can help us out.
Because we are a 501(c)3 charity, your donation is tax deductible. HoF gladly accepts donations of all kinds: Gatorade, snacks, supplies (cleaning supplies, paper towels, garbage bags, toilet paper etc), and, yes, even cash. All donations, big and small, are welcome!
Hooked on Fencing is very proud that we are able to provide excellent fencing at an extremely affordable price. Our rates are 2-3 times lower than many other clubs of similar quality! Hooked on Fencing mission continues to be to bring fencing to as many people as possible, and we continue to do so. However, as we grow, our need for support increases as well. Any contribution is greatly appreciated, from $5 to $5,000 and beyond. Please help us keep our rates affordable, so that many more can learn this fantastic sport!
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Our club is growing rapidly and we could always use an extra hand in both fencing and non-fencing activities.
Some possible volunteering options for fencers:
- Assist in running practice
- Assist with youth practice
- Repair club equipment
- Sweep the fencing floor
- Help with set up/tear down of Movie Nights
- Assist with tournaments as a referee, a time keeper, a runner, or general help.
Don't worry non-fencers! We have ways you can help too!
- Assisting at tournaments
- Tidying up the social space
- Cleaning the bathrooms
- Washing jackets and masks
And one of the best things EVERYONE can do is tell others about Hooked on Fencing!
The following are a few examples of the work our volunteers have already done:
- Donated and installed a water fountain.
- Installed a screen door and donated fans to keep us cool in the summer heat.
- Painted and decorated the ladies restroom.
- Manage our gatorade and pop sales.
- Keep the club spotlessly clean.
If you would like more information about making a donation or ways to help our club, please contact us