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Updated September 29, 2020
The following rules apply to all open fencing sessions at RCFC during Phase 2 and Phase 3. We will update these rules as more guidance updates from state and county governments become available.
- A maximum of 6 fencers per session are allowed. A coach will always be in the same room (possibly giving a lesson) while open fencing is going on.
- Reservations through the online calendar are required, so that the maximum attendance can be enforced. Sessions are divided by weapon, age, and skill level.
- Fencers who are enrolled in classes or who have an annual package membership from last season are eligible for open fencing at no additional charge. Please remember to select your membership when making your reservation. You may reserve up to 6 “prime-time” sessions (Tuesday/Thursday) and up to 6 “off-peak” sessions (other days) each month.
- For fencers without a current class membership, there is a $5 drop-in fee per session. Contact us to reserve drop-in dates.
- Fencers should follow the same check-in process used for classes and lessons:
- Check in at the front desk.
- Temperature check and COVID-19 symptom screening.
- Wash or sanitize hands before going on the floor.
- Note that locker rooms remain closed. Please come dressed in appropriate athletic wear, including long pants. If you practice in fencing pants (which is recommended), either come to RCFC in your fencing pants, or wearing something you can wear fencing pants over.
- Minimize contact with shared items. Turn machines on and off with the tip of your weapon. No remote controls are to be used.
- Wash or sanitize your hands after handling reel cables, after every bout.
- Six fencers means up to three pairs fencing with one fencer on deck. Pairs should leave one empty strip in between, to increase distancing.
- When you unhook, leave your cable end hanging free – do NOT hang it on the wall or clip it to itself. Cable ends hanging free are the ones we know we need to disinfect at the end of the day.
- Fencers should remain in “practice mode” as much as possible – control actions, control distance, avoid corps-a-corps and infighting.
- Please do not reserve for more than one session per day, to allow other fencers access as well.
- If demand increases, we will look for additional times for open fencing sessions.