HOW TO FIND THE CLUB


Our new facility is located in the Keele and Lawrence Area. We are sadly no longer in the Beaches, but the spirit of the club is still as strong as ever. Our new home is called the Salle d'Armes, and is home to several fencing clubs. As well as the Beaches Sabre Club, the Beaches Fencing Club and Bladeworks also call Salle d'Armes home. This free standing building is Toronto's only full-time fencing facility. In this new location we are easily accessible by Public Transit and is also within easy driving distance inside of the Greater Toronto Area. Since this is a developing area of Toronto, the space costs less and we can afford to charge you less.

If you want to look it up yourself, our mailing address is:

 

BY TTC (Public Transportation)

From the Lawrence West Subway Station

  • Take the Lawrence Ave. bus (#52) west; the #58 and #59 bus will also get you into the area
  • Get off at Keele Street and walk down (south) to Densley Ave.
  • Head east on Densley Ave. for one block
  • Watch on your right (where the road turns) for a brick building, it's #45

From the Keele Subway Station

  • Take the Keele Ave. bus #41 north
  • Get off at Densley Ave.
  • Walk east one block along Densley Ave.
  • Watch for a brick building where Densley turns to the left, it's #45

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DRIVING

If you are coming in along the 401

  • Head south from the Keele St. exit of Highway 401
  • Going South on Keele, turn left (east) onto Densley (the third street south of Lawrence Ave.)
  • Watch for a Shell Gas station on the corner
  • Drive east one block along Densley Ave.
  • Watch for a brick building where Densley turns to the left, it's #45

If you are coming off of the Allen Expressway

  • head west from the Lawrence exit of the Allen Expressway
  • Turn left (south) onto Keele St. from Lawrence
  • Going South on Keele, turn left (east) on Densley (the third street south of Lawrence Ave.)
  • Watch for a Shell Gas station on the corner
  • Drive east one block along Densley Ave.
  • Watch for a brick building where Densley turns to the left, it's #45

 

Since we don't have a driving map made up yet, we recommend that you check it out on your own Toronto map first just so there is no confusion. You can reach us by if you get stuck, or better yet take a look at mapquest.ca.

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