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Nova Scotia Dojos reopen

Starting today, Nova Scotia will move into Phase 2. This will allow Nova Scotia dojos to reopen. Check with your Sensei on when classes will start up with the new regulations.

Also the Atlantic Provinces have announced that Inter-provincial travel will begin again soon.

Riverview East Sparring Clinic ๐Ÿ—“

Riverview East Karate is pleased to have TWO very special guests coming to host a sparring clinic on Monday June 21st.

Sensei Craig O’Neil, 5th Dan, won the karate provincials for fighting 7 times and competed nationally as well. He started training in karate in 1986 and received his black belt in 1993. He has many years of teaching and competing and we are very lucky to have him come to Riverview for sparring training.

Joining him will be Sensei Barry Ripley, a karate founder in our area who started training in 1966.

The clinic will be at the Coverdale Rec Center on Runnymeade Rd. Riverview, NB.

This is a free event. There will be 2 separate groups 6:30pm and 7:30pm. Sparring gloves (red or blue) can be purchased at the dojo for $35. Please make every attempt to attend this special class.

Maritime IKD donates to GKC.

The Maritime IKD recently held a virtual kata tournament.

All proceeds from this event were donated to the Guyana Karate College Building Project.

Shihan David and Shihan Janice Pyke made the donation of $500.00CND to Shihan Frank Woon-A-Tai earlier this week.

1st Maritime IKD Virtual Kata Tournament

The Maritime IKD hosted the 1st Virtual Kata Tournament over the past several weeks. Competitors recorded katas in their dojos or homes and sent them to the Maritime IKD. Officials worked hard to get all of the performances judged within a week once the deadline was reached.

The tournament results and a gallery of the competitor videos are available for all to see on the Events page.

KARATE IN THE WOODS ๐Ÿ—“

On May 29th, Karate students (and parents) are invited to meet at the dojo at 12:00 (noon) for an exciting eventโ€ฆKARATE IN THE WOODS at MILL CREEK.

Leaving from the woods behind our dojo, we will embark on a 30 minute hike through the trails and arrive at the Riverview Dam waterfall at Mill Creek. At this time we will also have a 30 minute Karate Class at the fire pit clearing before Hiking back to the Dojo.

This is a FREE event. Photographer will be present. If the weather is cold or raining, we will reschedule for end of June.

Nova Scotia dojos go virtual!

The Nova Scotia government announced a lockdown effective at 8am on April 28, 2021. Which means that no in person karate classes are allowed.

During this time, the Amherst Shotokan Karate Academy and the Sunrise Shotokan Karate Club will be going virtual. Classes will continue but you will be training from home over the internet.

Visit the following links for contact information:

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