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Saturday 17 December is the annual Nanseikan Shochugeiko, from 9am until 5pm, at Nanseikan Dojo in Heidelberg West. People of all skill levels and ages, including those not yet wearing bogu, are most welcome.
'Shochugeiko' means practice in the middle of summer. Mid December isn't as hot as it gets here, as we all know, but it is a convenient time to farewell the year before we all go our different ways over the Christmas break.
As a gesture to all VKR members who are full-time students, the cost of the Kangeiko will be only $10.00 for the day.
The cost otherwise is $20, which is purely to cover hire of the hall.
Please RSVP to me by Friday 16 December.
Hope to see members from all the VKR clubs!
PS - Next year will be the 10th anniversary of Nanseikan Kendo Club, so keep an eye out for some special celebratory events.
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