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Enroll today and receive 1 free class and then $65 per month after that. No obligations. Our next session begins Tuesday, May 5, 2015.

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Tuesday Nights at 529 E Main St Batavia, NY 14020

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$ 65

Per Month
  • Equipment Provided
  • 8 Week Curriculum
  • Approx. Ages: 6-12
  • Focused on Having Fun
  • Tuesdays, 5:30–6:00 PM
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Advanced & Adults

$ 115

Per Month
  • Equipment Provided
  • Extended Curriculum
  • Advanced Techniques
  • Conditioning & Strength Training
  • Tournament Participation
  • Approx. Ages: 12+
  • Focus on Improvement
  • Tuesdays, 6:00–7:30 PM
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There is no obligation to continue after attending your first free class. If you do choose to continue there are no contracts. Tuition is invoiced monthly.

"Not only does En Garde Batavia know what it takes to run a great club but they also know how to combine training and fun to make fencing a life long sport for all levels and abilities."

− Iris Zimmermann (Olympic Foil Fencer & World Champion)

"I am in awe as to how far my daughter's game/skills have progressed in such a short amount of time. Thank you for instilling in her the self confidence and 'fire in the belly' they suit her so well."

− Kelly March (Parent)
Colin Dentino

Colin Dentino


Colin began fencing at age 4 under the guidance of time-honored coach, ‘Sir’ John Halasz, from the esteemed Hungarian fencing program. He later went on to teach and become the Head of Fencing at the acclaimed Adirondack Camp in Putnam, NY. He was trained in modern sport fencing by Viveka Fox, a North-Atlantic Women’s Foil Champion and founder of the Vermont Fencing Alliance. Colin has coached at the prestigious Rochester Fencing Club (RFC). The RFC regularly turns out Olympic Fencers, World Champions and is recognized internationally as a premiere fencing club. He has most recently trained with World Championship Medal winner and Olympic Fencer Iris Zimmermann and Fencing Hall of Fame Coach Nat Goodhartz.

Erin Karnatz

Erin Karnatz

Head Coach

For many years, Erin has been a competitive fencer primarily fencing on the West Coast and has competed in the Junior Olympics. She brings a wealth of knowledge of techniques, tactics, and strategy to our student population. Her focus on self-discipline and self-confidence in class gives her students the ability to succeed both on and off the fencing strip.

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