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OPEN HOUSE 

Boston Fencing club is holding its first open house of the season on Friday September 5th and anyone is welcome. 

Interested in fencing? Think you could be the next Jedi or Musketeer? Then come along and see some of the best fencers in the country compete and find out more about the sport of fencing.

OPEN HOUSE SEPT 5th 7.30pm 




Bronze at Veteran Pan American Games

At the recent Pan-American Games held down in Aruba, Monisha Tasker won Bronze in the Veteran Womens 50+ Sabre. 

Medals at the Bill Hall Challenge Veteran ROC


Over the weekend of the 23rd & 24th August Veteran fencers from all over the country descended on Boston Fencing Club for the Bill Hall Challenge. 

Jeffery Sumler took GOLD in the Men's Epee event and Chris Carey Silver & Leon Sanchez Bronze in the Men's Foil Event 




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BFC Open Fencing Policy

The Boston Fencing Club has recently adjusted its open fencing policy in order to provide the best possible fencing experience for our members in the face of ever-increasing demand for our limited number of strips.  We are restricting open fencing on two nights per week (Tuesday and Thursday) to fencers age 14 and above, or who have a D rating or higher, or who are members of the BFC Competitive Program.  Monday, Wednesday and Friday night open fencing remains available to fencers of all ages and ability.  In addition, we are setting aside a few strips for open fencing for youth fencers on  Tuesday and Thursday from 6:30-7:30.  The complete text of the new policy can be found here.


Boston Fencing Club is a 501 (c)3 business, donations are always welcome to help to continue the improvements to the club facility and for dedicated projects. Your contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. 

Boston Fencing Club 110 Clematis Avenue #2 Waltham, MA 02453 (781) 891-0119 info@bostonfencingclub.org
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