Center for Historical Fencing

A resource hub for those teaching Medieval, Renaissance, or Enlightenment Swordplay

Historical Fencing Programs, Clubs, and Salles

The following is a list of clubs, salles, or programs in which members of the Center teach or research historical fencing.  Listing a program is restricted to Center members, and does not imply formal affiliation of the club with the Center.

Salle Green LLC

City/State:

Glen Allen, Virginia

Where the club meets;

11088 Washington Highway, Suite 3, Glen Allen, VA 23059

When the club meets:

Thursdays 6:30 pm, Saturdays 11:00 am

Primary historical period and historical weapons taught/fenced:

Medieval Long Sword, Renaissance Rapier, Enlightenment Broad Sword (Sabre)

When the Club was organized:

1974

Average membership:

8 members in our historical program

Focus of program:

study of historical technique as taught by the Masters of the time

Contact:

Walter G. Green III

Maitre d'Armes Historique USFCA

P O Box 799, Glen Allen  VA  23060-0799

http://www.sallegreen.com

wgreen@sallegreen.com

804-798-7744

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The Fencing Center

City/State:

San Jose, California

Where the club meets;

110 Stockton Ave, San Jose, CA 95126

When the club meets:

Monday to Friday regular hours 4:30 pm to 10:00 pm.  Our historical program does not have regular classes or practice times, yet.

Primary historical period and historical weapons taught/fenced:

Renaissance Rapier

When the Club was organized:

1981

Average membership:

75-150 members including modern fencers

Focus of program:

Our historical program is not fully defined

Contact:

Heath Winer

Manager, Moniteur d'Armes

The Fencing Center of San Jose

110 Stockton Ave, San Jose, CA 95126

http://www.fencing.com

heath@fencing.com

408-298-8230

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