We’re back!

Did you practice during our two-week hiatus?
Review the five basic strikes?
Run through our knife tapping drills?
Or at least practice our triangle footwork while brushing your teeth?

I hope so, because we’ll be back swinging our sticks, knives, and fists tonight! Our weekly practices resume tonight, Monday, April 8. Please mark your calendars now! 

Be sure to arrive at least 10 minutes early so that we can start at exactly 7 p.m. and cover as much material as we can in our 90-minute sessions. And feel free to bring a friend — as always, the more the merrier!

On Hiatus to Help End Homelessness

PTK practice will go on a three-week hiatus starting this coming Monday, Oct. 29.

The Brea Congregational United Church has asked us to postpone training because it will host a homeless rehabilitation program in its hall, where we practice every Monday. The church is part of the Interfaith Shelter Network, which houses up to 12 people who are actively striving to find full-time employment and low-incoming housing. If you’re interested in cooking and serving meals as part of the program, please let me know and I can get you in touch with the right people.

After the program wraps, we’ll be observing Veterans Day the following Monday, so our first practice back will be Monday, Nov. 19. Please mark your calendars, set your alarms, and tell your friends to join us. The more the merrier!

For up-to-date information on our training schedule, you can always refer to our calendar here.