The Naginata Vocabulary dictionary has been finished. Check it out and learn the meaning of words used in Naginata and their pronunciation!
Tonight, January 22, 2017, 6:30 – 9 pm at the University College Commuter Student Centre (79 St. George St), we will be having our welcome back social. Join us for a night of naginata videos, board games, snacks, and more! If you find yourself locked outside of the building or need directions, please message Paul Schweitzer or Mary-Kate through Facebook to let you in.
Repost by Mary Kate Proud:
Winter Classes are open for enrollment at Hart House. You can register for Naginata at the Hub in person or online through their website. Please do so as soon as possible. More people registered means we could get the Lower Gym for Wednesdays.
If you have friends that are interested in checking out Naginata, the first class is free starting January 18/22, OR you can invite them to practice this Sunday morning, 10-12.
A reminder that name drawings for Secret Santa are occurring at this Sunday practice. You must come if you are participating in Secret Santa. (Though if you have really terrible scheduling conflicts or the flu, please contact Abigail.) A second round of group naginata uniform photos will be also taking place after practice.
The Facebook event page for this year’s UTNC Secret Santa is up. Please check it out.
This is a reminder that tomorrow on Wednesday, November 9 from 8 pm to 10 pm, we have our first maintenance session of the school year in the committee room of Hart House second floor. Maintenance is an essential part of Naginata, and thus you should come if you have time. It’s fine to drop in part way through if you have other commitments overlapping into that time.
See you there,
This Saturday, October 29 at 1 PM, we will be having our yearly scavenger hunt. This is an opportunity to see Toronto landmarks beyond UofT and meet high ranking naginata players. TTC fairs will be paid for by the club, and we will meet in the Hart House reading room. See you all there!