How cool is this? The popular Zombie Culture website www.zombieresearchsociety.com did a piece on Fight the Bite!
Check it out!
We’re doing it again!
Fight the Bite: A Zombie Survival Workshop will be held October 26th, 2013!
Just in time for Halloween!
Come learn how to fight the hordes of undead in a fun-filled Zombie-themed self defence course.
Cost is $75/person. Workshop will be held from 10:00-16:00 hrs on Saturday at the Highland Park Community Hall (3716 2 St NW Calgary, AB).
For more information and registration contact us:
A fun live audience interview that Tim and Mark did with UofC variety TV show
“Full Frontal” at NUTV.ca!
Metro News has featured The Forge’s zombie self defence course, “Fight the Bite”!
Head on over to check it out:
Or pick up the print edition today!
So, we’re doing it again!
The Forge will be hosting another Fight the Bite course on July 27th, 2013 from 10:00 – 17:00 hrs MST.
It will be held at the Highland Park Community Hall (Basement).
Cost is $50/student.
Contact us at [email protected] for more information or call (403) 681-2529
Or check out our Facebook page for the latest information and updates:
Keep your eyes open and Fight the Bite!
A great write up for “Fight the Bite! A Zombie Survival Workshop” in The Calgary Journal:
Watch here for our next offering of the course!
If you’re interested in learning the art of Krav Panim el Panim (KAPAP) – literally “face-to-face combat” from Major Avi Nardia (ret) of the Israeli Defense Force – drop us a line at [email protected]!
The course will be held at the University of Calgary on the 4th & 5th of May from 10:00 – 17:00 hrs MST.
Please check out the Facebook event for more information: https://www.facebook.com/events/547815271918459/
This past weekend (March 2, 2013) a number of Forge members went to a Western Martial Arts tournament in Edmonton, AB hosted by the Academy of European Swordsmanship (www.swordsmanship.ca).
Congratulations to Gareth for Gold in Intermediate Shortsword and Tim for Silver in Senior Dagger.
Thanks to all of our participants and thanks to AES Edmonton for hosting the tournament. We look forward to next year!