The Vermont Go Club meets on Wednesday evenings from 6:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at Uncommon Grounds (across from Panera Bread), 42 Church St., Burlington, VT.
We welcome anyone of any age who is interested in playing go, from experienced players to absolute beginners! For more information, please e-mail David Felcan at email@example.com
04/10/2015 - Go at the St Michael's Matsuri
The Japan Society of Vermont is hosting a Matsuri (Spring Cherry Blossom festival) at St. Michael's College. We will be there, teaching people Go and doing demo games. Come check it out!
Info at this link: Vermont Matsuri
02/11/2015 - Go at the Echo Center
The ECHO center here in Burlington is hosting a board games exhibit. ECHO is a children's museum and nature center. We spoke with them and produced a Go section for them to put up. Dave spent some time there showing patrons the Capture Game.
01/20/2015 - Pete Schumer Holding Tournament in Middlebury Vermont
Pete will be hosting a Go tournament at Middlebury College on Saturday, January 24th, 2015. It will be held in Warner Hall room 506 (the usual venue) with registration starting at 9:30 A.M. sharp. We hope to complete two rounds in the morning and two in the afternoon. I hope you can join us!
In the meantime, please verify that your AGA membership is up to date (and if not, please renew it beforehand.) The tournament registration fee will be $10 and I'll make sure we have some nice prizes for the top finishers.
See you soon!
11/30/2014 - Three Dragons Emerge from the River Go Tournament is Done!
About 10 folks played. Edward Lin 7d was the winner. Congratulations Edward!
11/01/2014 - Three Dragons Emerge from the River Go Tournament!
This will be held at the Fletcher Free Library (in Burlington, VT) on Sunday November 9th, from noon - 6pm. Format will be 3 rounds of 40 minutes, 5 periods of 30 seconds byo-yomi.
All are welcome, please come!
Queen City Go Tourney Spring 2014 - Concluded, Goes International!
A fun time was had by all, of course! This tournament saw four players from Canada come down to play with us Americans! So it became a bit of a USA vs. Canada tourney, to which I have to say kudos to the Canadians!
1st Place - Jean-Sebastian Lechassean (5d)
2nd Place - David Felcan (2d)
3rd Place - Georges Nehme (1d)