May 14, 2013 · 6:00 PM
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what we are doing
From how to set up a chess board to playing a game, and progressing to tactics and tricks. We'll attempt to teach to all levels present, from the earliest of beginners to those with rudimentary knowledge who want to enhance their game. Starting with a formal session, and progressing on to games of chess.
what you will learn
How to play chess.
type of class intro
skill required beginner
your chalklers will be
Christine and Brandon played in tournament chess for a few years and used to run school Chess Clubs. Ever since then they've been casual players, and love to find the chance to play whenever they can.
what to bring
A chess board if you've got one (please let us know if you're bringing one, too!)
Anybody, really. We'll be holding Whānau classes in a little while, so kids might be a bit better suited there.
cost donation/koha please
we require a minimum of 4 people for this class to go ahead.
Chalkle° enables learning for communities in real life. Small affordable classes mean high value for participants, extracting the knowledge and skills otherwise hidden within the community. chalkle° redefines what it means to be a teacher or a learner, helping everyone undertake training in practical, artistic or academic skills while fostering lifelong learning.
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If you RSVP for a class and fail to show up, you will get a "no show". Three no shows means you will be removed from chalkle°. You may request to rejoin after six months.
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- less than 3 days before = no refund
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Whilst every possible assistance will be offered, chalkle°, teachers and members cannot be held responsible for any accident, injuries or losses sustained leading up to, during, or after a class.