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Sydney Thomson

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PostPosted: Wed 31 Jan, 2007 1:14 pm    Post subject: Bay Area Sword Event         Reply with quote

St. Michaels Salle d’Armes and Davenriche Martial Arts School are proud to announce the Historical Martial Arts Symposium (HMAS) By the Bay, to be held President's Day Weekend February 15th through the 18th 2007.

Featuring Master Classes by Bob Charron on Fiore dei Liberi, Tom Leoni on Principles of Baroque sword and Christian Tobler on Medieval German sword. In addition we will have a taster track that will sample different fencing styles taught by Antone Blair, Kristi Charron, Gary Chelak, Eric Fick, Steaphen Fick, Steve Huff, Cecil Longino and Dave Wilson & Jim Alvarez.

Hotel Space is filling up fast so please make your reservations and be sure to ask for the HMAS discounted room rate. You have to call the Clarion hotel 800-252-7466 to get the rate--can't do it online. The discounted room and parking rate closes on Feb 5th. The early registration rate ends Feb 9th. Please tell everyone you know that has an interest in swordsmanship and history to sign up for what will be a great event!

For more details and to register, go to:
or you can contact me at

Please feel free to forward this to any one interested in Western Martial Arts.
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