From Thursday 13th, normal service resumes (Monday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday).
Since we are all in Wattens at the course with Paul Muller Shihan, no training!
During the summer break (from 30 July) training will be: Fridays, 1900 – 2100 in the Turneralm, but note we will be in the downstairs room Sundays 1000 – 1200 in the Turneralm, Spiegelsaal as usual.
Friday 27 – Exceptionally Brigitte and I will take a heat holiday and miss training. Sunday 29 July training as normal at 1000 in the Turneralm. Also, we will circulate summer training times & venues tomorrow.
On Sunday 1st July we will give practice a miss for once. Monday 2nd, back to normal. We wish everybody a good weekend. Nik & Brigitte
Over the holiday we have a reduced training timetable: Sunday, 20. 5.: 10.00 – 11.30, Turneralm (Iai & Ken) Friday, 25.5.: 19.00 – 21.00, Turneralm Sunday, 27.5.: 10.00 – 11.30, Turneralm (Iai & Jo) Friday, 1.6.: 19.00 – 21.00, Turneralm From Sunday 3rd we resume normal training times. We
Because of the holiday, the Turnhalle is closed. Monday, Friday and Sunday training as usual.
Over the Easter holiday we have to take a short break as the Turnhalle is closed. Last training before the holiday is Sunday 25.3 in the Turneralm. After the holiday, training starts again on Sunday 8.4, again in the Turneralm.
From Friday 2 March, Friday training will be 1830 – 2030 continuing in the Feuerwehrturnhalle. Hopefully the later start better suits us.
The Fire Brigade hall is unfortunately closed over the holiday, so a change for next week: Thursday, 15.2. – no training Friday, 16.2. – 19.15 in the Turneralm Sunday, 18.2. – Normal weapons class, 10.00, Turneralm After the holiday, we revert to normal times. To all of you, a
Once again, all participants passed their test and congratulations to all candidates: Julius Mayer: 3.Kyu Bernhardt Wagner: 4.Kyu Wolfgang Wolf: 4.Kyu
Today and tomorrow, normal practice in the Feuerwehrturnhalle. During the holiday period, we are back in the Turneralm: Thursday, 28.12., 2000 Friday, 29.12., 1900 (note the later start time!) Thursday, 4.1., 2000 Friday, 5.1., 1900 (note the later start time!) Sundays, 24. & 31.12. no training, from 7.January back
Please note: Planned date for Pascal next year is 10-11 November!
On Friday 10 November, no training because we will pick Pascal up at the airport. Thursday training as normal and then of course Saturday and Sunday. On Saturday we have planned a communal evening meal in Milano Restaurant in Kolbermoor. Please let Brigitte know who is coming and we’ll
Monday training is suspended until further notice as the hall allocation has had to be changed. Training on Thursdays and Fridays in the Fire Brigade Gym and on Sundays in the Turneralm continue as usual.
Friday 15 December from 1800 in the Fire Brigade Gym, Rainerstraße. Please speak with nik if you want grade. Concluding with beer and food in Milano’s, Kolbermoor – all club members welcome, please let Brigitte know that you are coming so we can reserve places.
Over the holiday weekend all teachers are in Berlin for the course with Christian Tisser, therefore no training from Friday 29.9 to Monday 2.10. From Thursday 5.10 training back to normal. Thursday 28.9, also training as usual.
will be held the Fire Brigade Gym cost complete: €40 or €20 per session. Plenty of parking opposite with restaurants/cafes/shops. Pascal in action – a little fun:
Given the interest in advanced Monday training, we start next Monday 18 September at 2000 in the Fire Brigade Gym, Rainerstraße. Unfortunately we only have the slot until the Herbstferien as then the Winter allocation plan comes into effect and the time is allocated. Meanwhile, we’ll keep our eyes open for
From September 11 training times as follows: Thursday 2000 – 2200 Fire Brigade Gym (as previously) Friday 2000 – 2200 Fire Brigade Gym (earlier and change of venue!) Sunday 1000 – 1130 Turneralm (as previously) Note that Friday we start 1 hour earlier, so that afterwards we
because everybody will be at the course with Paul Muller in Wattens! Friday 25 training as usual in the Turneralm at 1900.