6th MUKEN Taikai

members of MUKEN at a recent Nanseikan Kangeiko, performing the dreaded 'Shibashi' pose.

This year marks the 25th Anniversary of the University of Melbourne Kendo Club (MUKEN).

Here are details of the invitation to take part:

To all members of the VKR,

The Sixth Annual MUKEN Taikai will be held on Saturday, May 24th, at the University of Melbourne.
The date also marks the club's 25th year, and as such a celebratory dinner will be held after the tournament.

MUKEN would like to invite all members of the VKR to compete in the Taikai, and also attend the dinner following.

Entry is $10 per head.
The dojo will be open from 12:00pm.

Please find details of the day on the attached flyer.
Please note that the details for the dinner are yet to be confirmed; these will be released as soon as possible. There will not be a set menu - everyone will order their own meals. Mains will be in the $20 - $30 range.

If  you would like to compete, please inform your club secretary and provide them with your 
First Name, 
whether you are a beginner (starting 2013 or later),
whether you would like to attend the dinner,
and your payment.

The deadline for entries is Friday 11th May.

Dinner arrangements have been finalised:

Cafe Italia
56-66 University Street, Carlton
(Close to the corner of Faraday and Lygon)

Saturday 24th May

$30 for MUKEN members and alumni ($45 for non-members)
MUKEN members and alumni can enjoy a significant subsidy. Beginners are welcome to attend too.

Dinner will consist of
Calamari (every second person)
Grilled Chicken (every other person)
and Mains:
Steak (every second person)
Fish (every other person)
with Salads and Sides.
There are vegetarian options too so please let us know if you require this.

There will be speeches and presentations to commemorate the event.

If you would like to attend please email the committee by Sunday 11th May.

We look forward to having you.

Kind Regards,
Viet Hoang
Outgoing President
Melbourne University Kendo Club


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