UNB Fencing Club

Contact Information
Office Phone 506-474-1318
E-Mail fencing@unb.ca
Website unbfencing.com/
Social Media Facebook Facebook: www.facebook.com/unbfencing/
Twitter Twitter: twitter.com/UNBFencing
Primary Contact David Themens, President; Email: fencing@unb.ca
Description & Services
Cross Reference UNB/STU Fencing Club
Description of service(s) The sport of fencing has its roots in 17th century sword fighting and is one of only four sports featured at every Olympic Games in the modern era. But, it is as much a sport of leisure as it is a competitive goal for participants.  
Whether you just want to try something new, get/stay in shape, or pursue an Olympic medal, we have programs for all skill levels, in sabre, foil, and epee. All equipment is provided. It's a safe, exciting, and unique experience. We are proudly the longest running fencing club in Atlantic Canada and hold the 2009 Atlantic University Fencing Championship title.  
Membership is open to all UNB/STU university students, and community members 17 or older.  
Visitors are welcome to drop in at anytime. 
When: Mondays and Wednesdays. 8:00-9:00pm for Beginners, and 9:00-10:30pm for Experienced Fencers 
Where: Richard J. Currie Center Dance Studio, UNB Fredericton Campus 
Website: https://sites.google.com/site/fencingunb
Hours Mon & Wed 8-9 pm (Beginners) 
Mon & Wed 9-10:30 (Experiences Fencers)
Dates Program is Offered Year-round
Areas Served Fredericton ; New Brunswick
Eligibility Ages: 15 year(s) and up 
No previous experience is necessary. we have beginner, intermediate, and advanced programs.
Languages English
Fees Membership ; Club membership is $30 per semester ($60 per year). Non-students will have to purchase a club pass for the Currie Centre ($50 per semester). All necessary equipment is provided.
Location information
Located In Community Fredericton
Address & Map
Richard J Currie Center Hatheway Studio, UNB Fredericton Campus
15 Kelly Dr
Fredericton, NB
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Accessibility Fully Accessible ; We also have a coach on staff who is trained to work with the blind. ***Note that accessibility is self-reported. Please contact the organization before arrival***
Service Categories Fencing

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