Calendar

Oct
26
Mon
Michipicoten Wado Kai @ Legion Hall - Upstairs
Oct 26 @ 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Karate in Wawa is back! We are running Monday and Wednesday upstairs at the Legion. Children grade 1 to 8 at 6 till 6.45. Teens grade 9 to 12 and adults start at 7 till 8.30. The covid thing being what it is this may change. There can be no contact or shared equipment so classes will focus on fitness, stretching, and kata.

Children’s class is capped at 14 and teen/adult at 16.

Head Sensei Matt Larrett uses modern pedagogy to focus on interpreting and understanding kata as it applies to sport, self-protection and personal fitness.
We are a modern karate organization based on the teachings of Sensei Masaru Shintani, 9th Dan. Like our parent organization, Shintani Wado-Kai Karate Federation, we respect karate’s long history and traditions while looking forward to the evolving future of the martial sports. We focus our teachings on the ancient katas that are the backbone of karate technique and the bases for a practical system of self protection, as well as a viable vehicle for modern competitive sport karate. We encourage our students to learn together in a safe, cooperative, and respectful environment. Our primary goal is to promote Sensei Shintani’s respect, humility, and kindness in our teaching, and teach as he did, improving the body instead of harming the mind.
Oct
27
Tue
MFN Drum Circle
Oct 27 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

We will start the Drum Circles at 3 Maple 51. starting Tuesday, August 25 while practising social distancing, washing our hands and wearing our masks when we are not singing.

Oct
28
Wed
Michipicoten Wado Kai @ Legion Hall - Upstairs
Oct 28 @ 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Karate in Wawa is back! We are running Monday and Wednesday upstairs at the Legion. Children grade 1 to 8 at 6 till 6.45. Teens grade 9 to 12 and adults start at 7 till 8.30. The covid thing being what it is this may change. There can be no contact or shared equipment so classes will focus on fitness, stretching, and kata.

Children’s class is capped at 14 and teen/adult at 16.

Head Sensei Matt Larrett uses modern pedagogy to focus on interpreting and understanding kata as it applies to sport, self-protection and personal fitness.
We are a modern karate organization based on the teachings of Sensei Masaru Shintani, 9th Dan. Like our parent organization, Shintani Wado-Kai Karate Federation, we respect karate’s long history and traditions while looking forward to the evolving future of the martial sports. We focus our teachings on the ancient katas that are the backbone of karate technique and the bases for a practical system of self protection, as well as a viable vehicle for modern competitive sport karate. We encourage our students to learn together in a safe, cooperative, and respectful environment. Our primary goal is to promote Sensei Shintani’s respect, humility, and kindness in our teaching, and teach as he did, improving the body instead of harming the mind.
Oct
29
Thu
October – Legion Ladies Luncheon
Oct 29 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm

This month come out and enjoy:

Loaded poutine  (bacon, onions, peppers & mushrooms)

or

Chili & Toast

with your choice of turkey noodle soup or tossed salad, dessert, tea or coffee for $10.00

All COVID regulations are being followed for this event. Takeout is available for pick up, please call 705-856-7203 to place an order.

Thank you for your support

Wellness Group
Oct 29 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

A private sharing circle for community members hosted by Ashley Berry, Family Well-Being Worker and Gretchen Weicht, Algoma Public Health.

We will start the Wellness Groups at 3 Maple 51. starting Thursday, August 27 while practising social distancing, washing our hands and wearing our masks.

Oct
31
Sat
St. Monica – Saturday Night Mass
Oct 31 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
St. Monica - Saturday Night Mass

St. Monica’s Church  is welcoming parishioners back to weekend mass. The church will be open for Mass:

Saturday – June 20, 7:00 PM

Sunday – June 21, 9:00 AM

Parishioners are asked to follow these general guidelines, they have been established to safeguard you and the community.

If you feel sick or have elevated temperature, cough or other symptoms you are asked to refrain from attending the Mass. If you are sick or health/age compromised, you are not obligated to attend church.

  • Mask Must be Worn
  • Scheduled Masses Limited to 40 individuals
  • Hands to be Sanitized when Entering
  • No handshaking or contact, offer the visual sign of peace
  • Attendees to follow direction of ushers
  • Only Choir will sing – safety guidelines
  • Collection at entrance
  • Communion will be provided, single file – Father Michael will direct parishioners. Please remember that the taking of Communion is not obligatory.

 

Nov
1
Sun
St. Monica – Sunday Morning Mass
Nov 1 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am
St. Monica - Sunday Morning Mass

St. Monica’s Church  is welcoming parishioners back to weekend mass. The church will be open for Mass:

Saturday – June 20, 7:00 PM

Sunday – June 21, 9:00 AM

Parishioners are asked to follow these general guidelines, they have been established to safeguard you and the community.

If you feel sick or have elevated temperature, cough or other symptoms you are asked to refrain from attending the Mass. If you are sick or health/age compromised, you are not obligated to attend church.

  • Mask Must be Worn
  • Scheduled Masses Limited to 40 individuals
  • Hands to be Sanitized when Entering
  • No handshaking or contact, offer the visual sign of peace
  • Attendees to follow direction of ushers
  • Only Choir will sing – safety guidelines
  • Collection at entrance
  • Communion will be provided, single file – Father Michael will direct parishioners. Please remember that the taking of Communion is not obligatory.

 

Nov
2
Mon
Michipicoten Wado Kai @ Legion Hall - Upstairs
Nov 2 @ 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Karate in Wawa is back! We are running Monday and Wednesday upstairs at the Legion. Children grade 1 to 8 at 6 till 6.45. Teens grade 9 to 12 and adults start at 7 till 8.30. The covid thing being what it is this may change. There can be no contact or shared equipment so classes will focus on fitness, stretching, and kata.

Children’s class is capped at 14 and teen/adult at 16.

Head Sensei Matt Larrett uses modern pedagogy to focus on interpreting and understanding kata as it applies to sport, self-protection and personal fitness.
We are a modern karate organization based on the teachings of Sensei Masaru Shintani, 9th Dan. Like our parent organization, Shintani Wado-Kai Karate Federation, we respect karate’s long history and traditions while looking forward to the evolving future of the martial sports. We focus our teachings on the ancient katas that are the backbone of karate technique and the bases for a practical system of self protection, as well as a viable vehicle for modern competitive sport karate. We encourage our students to learn together in a safe, cooperative, and respectful environment. Our primary goal is to promote Sensei Shintani’s respect, humility, and kindness in our teaching, and teach as he did, improving the body instead of harming the mind.
Nov
3
Tue
MFN Drum Circle
Nov 3 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

We will start the Drum Circles at 3 Maple 51. starting Tuesday, August 25 while practising social distancing, washing our hands and wearing our masks when we are not singing.

Nov
4
Wed
Michipicoten Wado Kai @ Legion Hall - Upstairs
Nov 4 @ 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Karate in Wawa is back! We are running Monday and Wednesday upstairs at the Legion. Children grade 1 to 8 at 6 till 6.45. Teens grade 9 to 12 and adults start at 7 till 8.30. The covid thing being what it is this may change. There can be no contact or shared equipment so classes will focus on fitness, stretching, and kata.

Children’s class is capped at 14 and teen/adult at 16.

Head Sensei Matt Larrett uses modern pedagogy to focus on interpreting and understanding kata as it applies to sport, self-protection and personal fitness.
We are a modern karate organization based on the teachings of Sensei Masaru Shintani, 9th Dan. Like our parent organization, Shintani Wado-Kai Karate Federation, we respect karate’s long history and traditions while looking forward to the evolving future of the martial sports. We focus our teachings on the ancient katas that are the backbone of karate technique and the bases for a practical system of self protection, as well as a viable vehicle for modern competitive sport karate. We encourage our students to learn together in a safe, cooperative, and respectful environment. Our primary goal is to promote Sensei Shintani’s respect, humility, and kindness in our teaching, and teach as he did, improving the body instead of harming the mind.