Aikido Spring Symposium (mark your calendars)

Hello Blue Heron Aikidoka,

Big News. During the third week of April 2007 Middlebury College will
be hosting a Symposium entitled, “Pursuing Knowledge Without
Boundaries: The Liberal Arts and the Martial Art of Aikido.”

Professor Donald Levine of the University of Chicago, 4rth dan and
Kimberly Richardson,5th dan, Chief Instructor of Two Cranes Aikido in
Seattle will be our featured speakers and teachers.

Tentative Schedule:

Wednesday April 18, 4:30-5:45pm Professor Levine Speaks on campus.
Evening class from 6:30-8:00pm at the dojo.

Thursday, April 19, Kimberly Sensei speaks on campus 4:30-5:45pm and
then teaches a class from 6:30-8:00pm at the dojo.

Friday April 20, Noon Discussion on campus with Midd Aikido students
and Professors. Kimberly Sensei teaches class from 6-7:30pm at the dojo.

Saturday, April 21, All day seminar with Kimberly Sensei: 10am-12noon
and 3-5pm. Big happy potlache (AKA “potluck”) that evening at JML
Sensei’s house.

There will be two good talks at Middlebury College by Don Levine on
Wednesday and Kimberly Richardson on Thursday. Both will be at
4:30-5:45pm in Dana Auditorium and open to the general public. I urge
you to try and make both.

The training on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday will be open to Blue
Heron Aikido members and Middlebury College students, faculty and
staff only. The Saturday session will be open to anyone in the state.
Keeping everything in the dojo clean and organized for this week will
take extra effort from all of us.

MARK YOUR CALENDARS!! There will be an extra fee for the Saturday
training, exact cost TBA.

Jonathan Sensei

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