Start Fencing

There are many ways to get started at Oregon Fencing Alliance. The easiest is to call 503-467-9891 or e-mail info@oregonfencing.com and we’ll help your child, or you, arrange to join the most appropriate class. You may also sign up your child for a class or summer camp at one of the local schools and park and recreation districts that partner with us. Scroll down to see the latest opportunities. Meanwhile, experienced fencers are more than welcome to come to Portland to participate in one of our elite camps, which are held the week between Christmas and New Year’s, in June prior to Summer Nationals, and in late August, before the school year begins.


Youth

Give sabre fencing a try! OFA partners with schools and several park and recreation districts throughout the Portland area to offer year-around classes and weeklong summer Learn to Fence camps. If classes or camps are not convenient or offered in your area, OFA provides individual Learn to Fence packages at our club for beginning fencers of all ages. Email info@oregonfencing.com or call 503-467-9891.

SPRING 2019 CLASSES (Open for registration now)

Spring Break Camp at Lake Oswego Parks & Rec. Location: Christ Church, on Chandler Rd.

March 26,27,28 1-4 p.m. ages 7-12

To Register call 503-675-2549 or on line at www.lakeoswegoparks.org


Spring Learn to Fence at Lake Oswego Parks & Rec. Location:

Wednesdays April 10-May 22 5:30-7pm ages 7-12

To Register call 503-675-2549 or on line at www.lakeoswegoparks.org


Hosford Middle School  After School HEAT Program

open to all students from neighboring schools

Mondays 4-5pm April 1-May 20  for 5th to 8th graders

To Register: https://www.pps.net/domain/2169

SUMMER 2019 CAMPS
(Contact park and recreation districts and schools below for registration information.)

Conestoga Rec Center  
9985 SW 125th Ave Beaverton, Ages 7-12 (this is a 4 day camp)
Before and After Camp care offered by Rec Center.    

June 24-27                    9am -12n         Class #            Ages 7-12 

July 29-Aug 1                9am -12n         Class #            Ages 7-12 

August 12-15                9am -12n         Class #           Ages 7-12 

For information, call 503-629-6313 or look online www.thprd.org.
 
Lake Oswego Rec Center
Bryant Campus at Lakeridge Jr. High, 4700 Jean Road, Lake Oswego. Classes for ages 7-12.
Before and After Camp care offered by Lake Oswego Parks & Rec    

July 8-12                 9am -12n                   Class #       Ages 7-12

July 29-Aug 2         9am -12n                   Class #        Ages 7-12

Aug 5-9                   9am -12n                    Class #           Ages 7-12
For information, call 503-675-2549 or look online at www.lakeoswegoparks.org.
 
Garden Home Rec Center  
SW Garden Home and Oleson Rds. Ages 6-12.

July 15-19          9am -12n
            Class  #                 Ages 6-12

Aug 5-9              9am -12n            Class  #                 Ages 6-12
For information, call 503-629-6341 or look online at www.thprd.org.
  
Oregon Episcopal School Summer Programs
6300 SW Nicol Rd. 
Before and After Camp care offered and lunch provided
July  22-26         9am -1pm
            Week 5:  Grades 2nd-5th  

July 29-Aug 2    1pm-4pm            Week 6:  Grades 2nd- 5th  

Aug  12-16          9am -12n             Week 8:  Grades 2nd- 5th  
For information, call 503-768-3145 or look online at www.oes.edu.

Catlin Gabel School Summer Camps 
8825 SW Barnes Road. 
Extended care offered

June 24-28       9am -12n               Week 1 : Ages 7-12

July 15-19        9am -12n               Week 4 : Ages 7-12
For information, call 503-297-1894 or look online at www.catlin.edu.

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Adults

OFA welcomes adults who are interested in fencing, and we have a strong adult class, including members of U.S. national veteran teams. You’re never too old to try fencing. Sherry Green learned to fence at OFA at age 61 and became the No. 1 ranked women’s sabre fencer in the 60+ age group. She made the world championship national veteran’s team multiple times. You could be next.

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Camps

OFA also hosts summer and winter camps for all levels, from beginning to elite fencers, who come to us from around the world. Join Head Coach Ed Korfanty and Assistant Coaches Adam Skarbonkiewicz and Ian Farr for intensive training at the advanced level, or join Assistant Coach Anna Atanassov and other staff for skill-level appropriate fun and learning for beginner, youth competitive and junior competitive level fencers.

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