The 2017 CKF Spring Jodo and
Iaido Seminar and Grading
Canadian Kendo Federation
This year is the twenty-seventh annual Guelph Spring Seminar and the 30th anniversary of the Sei Do Kai itself so we'd
to see all our old friends again. At the moment plans for the seminar
are in flux but I will update this page as soon as I can.
When you look at the registration form you'll find that we've kept the rates low for students (those in school) and a bit higher for those of us who are in the workforce. Please note we've also kept a steep penalty for those who pay "at the door" in an attempt to get you folks to pre-register and reduce my ulcer production. Don't forget to make time for all our extracurricular activities, especially the Saturday night party, the auction is always a hoot even if you aren't bidding. You are all our guests for this event. As usual, we do hope you will spend at least the amount of your meal during the auction.
This year we'd like to continue one of our most popular pricing
so get those beginners out, we're offering the 6 FOR 5 DEAL again!
Get 5 pre-registrations (2/3 day registrations only, single sessions and one day registrations do not count)
together from your club and bring sensei for
Call now for details!
CKF Jodo gradings to 6dan, contact the CKF directly to register and check the timetable for grading times.
Looking forward to seeing all the old faces and many new ones as well.
Registration will open soon!
Go to the Seminar Registration Form
ANNUAL AUCTION At the Saturday
night party, bring your
Donations of items to auction are requested as usual. We supply the
ACCOMMODATION: is available through
and is highly recommended. The official
contact is firstname.lastname@example.org
519-824-4120, x52694 or in May ext. 58124 (Please
that payment is made directly to the hostel, not through the Sei Do
For those who prefer hotel accommodations: Thrre are several motels nearby and many other hotels are available in Guelph, check out any of the internet hotel search sites.
Breakfast is up to you, lunch is available at the practice site (we collect on the day, it's usually around $7) and dinners usually take care of themselves. Saturday's the party!
The University has two pools, a whirlpool,
and a sauna in the same
as our practice. If you want to go outside you can find shops, bars,
and hiking trails. And that's still on the University grounds! Bring
the family, we are within driving distance of Niagara Falls, Toronto,
and Wellington County tourist country.
AIR TO TORONTO then by Red Car Ground
Transport to Guelph. http://www.redcarservice.com/
AIR TO KITCHENER 20 minutes from Guelph. Westjet flies from Calgary daily and United flies from Chicago O'Hare daily, Cab to Guelph is reasonable or email us to see if anyone will be free to pick you up.
BUS TRAVEL: The Greyhound bus line will drop you downtown, at which time you take a #52 bus to the University and get off in front of Lampton Hall or East Residence (ask the driver) or you can get dropped off by Greyhound at College and Gordon streets and walk up College Ave to Lampton Hall on your left, or past that to East Ring Road, then turn Right to East Residence. It's about 500 yards.
BY AUTOMOBILE: Take the 401 highway to Brock Road (if coming from Buffalo/Niagara Falls take the QEW north to 403, 403 west to HWY 6 north, it becomes Brock Road). Brock north to College and Gordon, Right on College to Lampton Hall on the left, or past that then Right again on East Ring to East Residence.
ONCE ON CAMPUS: Check the campus maps to
find the Athletics building which is just across the road from East
Residence (directions above). Parking is permitted for free all weekend
and after 5pm on Friday in any of the nearby lots.
FORM AND FEES TO: Kim Taylor,
44 Inkerman St. Guelph, Ontario Canada, N1H 3C5. Cheques payable to Sei
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