HAVE YOUR BIRTHDAY PARTY¬†AT THRUST FENCING ACADEMY!
THRUST Fencing Academy is famous for its fun-filled Birthday Parties. Our energetic staff and facility will make every birthday party a memorable experience.
Children start the party with an exciting warmup and move on to a fun hit the dummy, footwork and bouting. No experience is necessary, all levels have a great time.
After an hour of action packed activities, children then spend half hour in our festive party room. Party Packages
$350 for first 10 children (including birthday child)
$400 for 15 – 18 children
Please call at least 7 days prior to your party to confirm the number of children. This confirmed number will determine the minimum cost of the party.
Any person on the floor, 18 years old or younger are considered participants and are counted in the total. If you choose not to include any person 18 and under as party participants, it is the parent’s responsibility to ask them to leave the gym floor. We can accommodate a maximum of 26 children.
Available Days and Times for Parties:
|Saturdays:||5:00 – 7:30|
|Sundays:||1:00 – 6:30|
A $200 non-refundable deposit is required to hold a specific party date and time.
Party times fill up quickly so please book your party early.
Download the app from Google Play. I'll note that the screenshots outdated. Not that much has changed, but it's overall a little cleaner since I took those screenshots. I would update them, but my phone is broken :/
Thanks to everyone who has helped out! En Garde has some intelligent features, like automatic priority and the ability to undo accidental actions with a tap. The main focus, though, is ease-of-use and a simple UI. You tap on the score to increment, tap on the time to start/stop (or tap any empty space to stop), etc. I've tried to minimize the clutter found in other scorekeeping apps.
The app size is tiny and it runs smoothly without issues, even on old and under-powered devices. The latest version of the app has never crashed (with a variety of devices and users over a month), so I'm confident it's perfectly stable.
I'm taking a break from development right now due to college applications and a time-sucking senior year of high-school, but more features, like running a whole pool from the app will be coming soon. I think I can manage an update for Android 5.0 Lollipop in the coming days, though.
Want to help? See the contributions section to learn how.
En Garde is free, open-source software and is licensed under GPL v3. It requires minimal permissions (vibrate for haptic feedback and internet for debugging) and does not collect any personally identifiable information (device, app version, and error are all that's collected for debugging).
I hope you find En Garde useful.
Edit: Conveniently, I got two crash reports today. Please PM me with device details and instructions to replicate the crash, if possible. Crashlytics is blaming the crash on Android's built-in methods and I doubt they're the real culprit.
Hey guys got a Prieur blade from BG a couple of days ago, and it feels fantastic. The balancing point is a bit past the forte, weighs a little less than a Vniti, it feels like a BF D (maximum stiffnes) but is also quite springy. A good blade for picks and absorbing beats, doesn't really like flicking at all almost no latency in the tip and I hope it'll stay that way. Just wanted to let you all know on the off chance you were ordering equipment soon
I would like to thank everybody who gave me advice in my last post and I would like to say it paid off! At our last tournament yesterday I started off with a pool of 7 others and I beat 6/7 of them only losing to the #1 rank from last year so no complaints! After that I was 14th ranked for the tournament and went on to easily win my first DE 15-3 and lost in my 2nd 15-8 but it's improvement so thank you everybody who gave me advice I hope to improve even more!