En Garde! Welcome to the Iowa City Fencing Center!
Tuesday, January 22nd - It's slick outside, but we're here!
It's icy out there! We are here, but if you would rather skip the slipppery drive and make up class later this week, feel free to do so. And if you were planning on making up Saturday's class today, you are welcome to make it up next week instead. See our class schedule under the calendar tab above for possible make up times.
Beginner Classes Start the Week of February 17th
Do your New Year's resolutions include having fun, relieving stress, getting more exercise, or spending more time with friends and family? Discover the excitement of outwitting others with the play of your blade as you learn to attack and defend. Experience the thrill of scoring your first touches and enjoy developing your skills further. Click on our Calendar tab above to see our schedule of classes. To reserve your place, simply call or email the ICFC.
The Iowa City Fencing Center is a dynamic venue of competitive and recreational fencing. We offer programming for all ages and levels. We invite you to join us to experience the excitement of fencing!
Call 319.338.7171 to find out more.
Fencing isn't just a great fitness activity. It relieves stress, burns calories, strengthens muscles, and it's fun, too! Movement is also fun and healthy; you can meet people and make new friendships at any age.
Children improve focus, coordination, confidence, and develop fast-paced problem solving skills. Find out more about our group and private instruction opportunities!
Opened in 2010 by our coach, Judy O'Donnell, the Iowa City Fencing Center is an air-conditioned facility featuring special athletic flooring and grounded metal strips for competitive training.
ICFC featured on City Channel 4's IC People
The Iowa City Fencing Center was featured on City Channel 4's program IC People. Click the image to the right to watch the piece on our center!
From their website: "Get to know your fellow citizens of Iowa City with Mary Bryant as she interviews noteworthy members of the community. In this episode Mary visits with Judy O'Donnell, president and coach of the Iowa City Fencing Center."