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FENCING      JIU JITSU      ARCHERY

PETERBOROUGH MULTI-SPORT CLUB was built from the ground up with a focus on values that would enable us to make a difference in the lives of our members and their families.

PMSC offers a friendly, supportive environment with lessons for the entire family in archery, fencing and jiu jitsu.  Classes are available for all age groups, from 8 years through to adult and beyond.

We welcome you to contact us if you have any questions and to stop by and check out the activities yourself.

SUMMER CAMP

We have an exciting and expanded line-up of camps for children aged 8-13 years.  Seven weeks of sport camps to keep your kids active in a professional, healthy and supportive environment with certified coaches.

FENCING / ARCHERY

JIU JITSU / ARCHERY

CIRCUS ARTS

CAMP SAMPLER

See camp details here Camp descriptions and the summer schedule here Camp Schedule 2017.

Registration is easy and done directly with the Peterborough Multi-Sport Camp.  Email your form Registration Form  or contact us to drop it off.  We accept cheques, cash or E-Transfers.

CLASS SCHEDULE

Class Schedule 2016-2017 Season

Classes offered evenings throughout the week and weekends.  If you’re interested in fencing, jiu-jitsu or archery give us a call or email info@peterboroughmultisport.com


SPECIAL OFFER – COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY STUDENTS

Short fall and winter semesters to suit busy post-secondary students’ hectic schedules AND at a price that will leave you money in your pocket for the weekends!

Why train with us?  Expert certified coaches, specialized facility, with a proven development program.

Contact us to learn more about this offer.


OPEN HOUSE AND LONGSWORD WORKSHOP - OCT 1ST.

We've teamed up with Craig Shackleton of Ottawa Swordplay to bring this exciting and unique program to Peterborough Multi-Sport Club.

"Ottawa Swordplay is dedicated to researching and teaching historical European martial arts, especially swordplay. We focus particularly on German sources, ranging from Royal Armouries MS I.33 “The Walpurgis Fechtbuch” from around 1320 CE, to various manuscripts of the Liechtenauer tradition, as late as Joachim Meyer’s 1570 Magnum Opus “The Art of Combat.” Historical European martial arts are gaining popularity around the world, and with increased access to original manuscripts and improved networking between instructors, more information on these sophisticated combat systems is constantly coming back into the light. The medieval warrior, whether a knight or a common soldier, depended on these skills for survival, and their systems and training were as thorough and elegant as any modern martial art." SOURCED: Craig Shackleton, Ottawa Swordplay.

Come out to learn more and bring your indoor running shoes if you would like to give it a try. Hands on workshop is $20. See the swords, see the equipment, meet the instructor.

Two sessions offered at 12:30 pm or 1:30 pm on Sun, Oct 1st. Register through the P.M.S.C. via phone at 705-775-5095 or email info@peterboroughmultisport.com

Help us spread the news that real medieval swordplay is coming soon!
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One attack with an épée, others with a bollard. 😁 #HistoricalFencing

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LONGSWORD UPDATE!!

Monday, Sept 11th at 8 pm we will be holding an information session. Come out and meet the instructor, find out more about the program and the associated costs.

Spread the word among your sword play minded friends.

And please let us know if you are coming.

Michelle and Scott
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Craig Shackleton & Scott D. Nichols
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