Chess - Friday Night Youth Quads - (AKA Parent's Night Out!)
Dates: February 25, 2022
Meets: F from 6:45 PM to 8:30 PM
Location: Instructional Planning Center
Register by Wednesday: $15.00
There are still openings remaining at this time.
Kick off your child’s weekend with an engaging activity; earn trophies, rankings, and enhance your chess game. You can come individually or with a friend and will be paired with players of similar skill level. Ideally, participants will play 3 games (each player in a group of 4 players).
The winner of the night's quad receives a small trophy. Come back again and again to attempt to collect more trophies and trade up. (example: trade 4 small trophies for a medium trophy; trade 3 medium trophies for a larger, etc) In addition to their games, students will enjoy live coach interaction, game analysis, and the opportunity to engage with fellow Chess4life students!
Parents can stay on site or go enjoy a Friday night dinner while the kids enjoy a chess night with peers. Registration cutoff is required by Wednesday or it then becomes a $20 fee at the door. Please email us if joining after the Wed cutoff so we can prepare proper matches for you. Parents must set up contact information prior to the events.
Beginner or experienced, just come with a body and brain full of manners and respect, an open mind and a good attitude ready to have some fun, meet some peers and learn something new! Friday Night Quads are individual per-night registration events. To attend another Friday, you must register separately for each date BY WEDNESDAY of that week. www.comed.sf.k12.sd.us. If you are a late registration, we still need to know you are coming, and the fee is then $20 at the door.
|Course Fee (Basic)||Register by Wednesday||$ 15.00|
Instructional Planning Center
Elliott Neff is a National Master in Chess, author of A Pawn's Journey (October 2018), and Founder/CEO of Chess4Life,which exists to help kids develop life skills through the game of chess. What began for Elliott as a childhood fascination with chess has blossomed into an opportunity to positively impact hundreds of thousands of kids per week through Chess4Life programs. Elliott enjoys sharing his love of the game and especially the benefits of chess through speaking engagements, special appearances, simultaneous chess exhibitions, and blindfold chess demonstrations. His enthusiasm for making a difference in kids' lives through this fun game is contagious as he makes strategic moves toward the goal of reaching 1 MILLION kids per week learning life skills through chess. Learn more at www.chess4life.com.
|02/25/2022||Friday||6:45 PM to 8:30 PM||Instructional Planning Center|