Who are we?
The Forest City Go Club is a group of people in London, Ontario, Canada who love playing the board game Go (also known as iGo, Baduk and WeiQi) and meet every Tuesday at London Public Library Central Branch from 6pm to 9pm to play. Everyone is welcome to come out, no experience or equipment necessary, and it's 100% free! Come learn more about a game that has fascinated players for 4000 years and more!
To learn more about Go, click on Sensei's Library in the links section, or to learn to play check out playgo.to, also in the links section.
Monthly Archives: July 2011
The summer heat is affecting many things, including our membership it seems. We had 7 people out for the most recent meeting, one of whom literally wandered in off the street looking for shelter from the sun and was recruited … Continue reading
On this hottest of days (literally!) we had a grand turn-out of 7 people to the club, which is actually not that bad when you consider that people were crazy to even leave their air-conditioned homes in 48 degree weather. … Continue reading
Summer has come with a vengenace! It’s going to feel like 48 degrees out there today, so make sure you try to keep cool. (I suggest carrying an umbrella if it’s sunny and you need to walk, it works well … Continue reading
Nine people came for tonight’s meeting, however I wasn’t one of them because I was on vacation. Here’s one of my favorite go-related pictures. I first saw it in Shotwell’s Go- More than a Game (which I found at Chapters … Continue reading
A slightly lower than average turnout this night, only 9 people came. However, it was still a good meeting and we had had our usual fun playing. I won 2 out of the 3 games of the evening, so I … Continue reading