Open to the entire community! Drop by and check us out.
When and Where:
- Saturdays 3:00pm-6:00pm January 5-March 23th – we will not meet MLK or President’s Day weekend.
- Concord-Carlisle High School, Library Learning Commons (241) , except 2/2 and 3/2 we will meet in an alternate location
- Go to the Registration page for info on registering for January – March
- We will also meet April-June. Details to come in late March.
High school students, middle school students, adults and some passionate elementary school students. Anyone is welcome who loves chess and wants to play for fun with an opportunity to improve. We are a parent/adult run organization sponsored by the Concord-Carlisle Regional School District. We also include some participants from the surrounding towns.
What are our meetings like?
We spend most of the time playing each other, and some of it with instruction from our chess master, Vadim Martirosov. Vadim also works one-on-one with each member for some personal instruction.
For those interested, we will coordinate participation in regional scholastic tournaments. We host our own tournaments as well.
How do I register?
Do I need to come for all 3 hours? What if the time doesn’t work for me?
Everyone has competing schedules and a number of our members come for only part of the time (especially because of soccer). If you can’t come at all, let us know a better time. You can influence our time block next semester. Email email@example.com
Can I see what it is like before joining?
Absolutely. Everyone is welcome to join us for a Saturday or two each semester before joining. On joining there is a fee to help pay for our chess master. New in 2018: Adults are free! We want to encourage community participation.
Do beginners participate?
While some of our members are advanced, we do have beginners from 4th-12th grade who already know the rules but haven’t learned tactics and strategy. They learn quickly.
We generally encourage elementary aged kids to join the 1 hour chess programs at their elementary schools to learn the basics, and then come to us when they love chess enough to want more than 1 hour a week. An exception to this is is when an older member brings their younger sibling and helps them along. Whole families are welcome.
For more information
Contact a member: firstname.lastname@example.org