There will be a belt grading on Sunday, September 18 at the South Dojo. Please bring your grading books and $25 cash or cheque made out to A. S. Karate Council Alberta. Registration for the grading will take place between 12:30-1pm before the class.
Kyu (colour belt) gradings will follow the ASK Grading Syllabus.
Dan (black belt) gradings will use a combination of the syllabi of the ASK and South African Shotokan Karate Shihahkai.
Both syllabi can be found under the Resources tab of this website.
The 2016 AGM will be held on Sunday, May 29, 2016. This meeting is open to all ASK members and we will need a quorum of at least 7 voting members (adult members or parents of members).
The Quintero family (Orlando, Alicia & kids) have generously offered to host the meeting and provide some food and drinks at their home. Families are welcome! We can enjoy the sunshine in their large backyard and there is XBox & Wii for the kids downstairs.
We will relocate from the dojo to the Quintero residence after the grading is finished (~4pm).
For the address and contact info, please see Orlando or see the details in the email sent on May 2, 2016.
Congratulations to all the ASK athletes that competed at the 2016 Junior International and US Open Championship this past weekend in Las Vegas. We had an exceptional representation of our Association at these two international tournaments. There was even some new hardware to show off including a gold medal, a bronze medal and a silver medal in team kata. Our athletes made us proud during exciting matches in the medal rounds!
We would like to thank Helen for organizing the team and our coaches, Sensei Chris and Sensei Kristie for all their hard work.
Next event coming up is the 2016 Calgary Open Shotokan Cup April 16, 2016. We look forward seeing all of our members there.
The seminar weekend was a huge success! More than 80 people from seven different dojos attended the three-day seminar. Many thanks to Chris, Kristie Schafer for organizing, and to all of the attendees for coming out. Here are some photos … Continue reading →
Every year and a half, the ASK is given the opportunity to volunteer at one of Calgary’s casinos. This isn’t something that we can take for granted- organizations need to apply, and they must wait -for years sometimes- to be approved.