It’s a busy time of year at Roshinkan. Just a couple of weeks ago we held Girls Night at the Dojo. Good snacks, fun activities, and movies were all the rage as the girls of our dojo got together for a fun time and a chance to explore Aikido from a female point of view.
Don’t worry guys your day is coming up November 5th. Check with Josh and Curtis for more details.
People for Environmental Action and Community Health
Saturday October 22nd we are heading up to P.E.A.C.H Farm to help with the autumn harvest and put the garden to rest for the winter. This is our chance to help out our community and to be a part of bringing healthy fresh food to the table. For many in our community it is a struggle to find good clean healthy foods. The P.E.A.C.H Farm along with Fresh Abundance are a great resource to our community providing nutritious foods and educational opportunities.
Garland Clean Up
On Saturday October 29th we will participate in the Garland Clean Up Day. As many of you know I grew up in the Garland neighborhood and remember when the “Milk Bottle” really was a dairy store. So join us, bring a paint brush, gloves, and a warm sweat shirt and we will put a shine on a lovely old neighborhood.
Kyu testing is coming up November 17th and 19th. Are you ready? Are you helping your fellow Aikidoka to get ready?
The second weekend of December we will road trip to visit Aikido of Helena. Come with us to train in the wilds of Montana.
A dojo is so much more than just a place to work out. It is a place where a sense of community is built. A place of support and positive interaction. It is through our work in the community that we are able to really practice the samurai tradition of service. The true heart of our practice, to forge our spirit and make our world a better place.James Landry Dojo Cho Roshinkan Dojo