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.
Author Archives: forestcitygo
Happy New Year and welcome to 2014! The Forest City Go Club wishes you and yours the best of the New Year! May all your ko-fights be successful in 2014! Rob Advertisements
The second Forest City Cup was a success, with twelve Go players from across Ontario coming to participate. We spend a great Sunday morning playing Go, went out for a tasty meal of Korean food, and then came back to … Continue reading
Sponsored by The Game Chamber, The Canadian Go Association, and The Glowing Stone. Location: 1700 Dundas St., Unit 2, London, Ontario I invite you all to come on out and enjoy the Game of Go at the 2nd Forest City Cup. … Continue reading
As the heat of late Summer settles upon us, why not try out a cool and relaxing new hobby? Go is a hobby that focusses the mind and calms the body, perfect for those warm August evenings. Come out and … Continue reading
Pandanet-AGA City League Registration Deadline: December 20th Open to all CGA and AGA members Duration: One year. Schedule Round 1: January Round 2: February Round 3: March Round 4: March Round 5: April Round 6: May Round 7: May Round … Continue reading
Due to bad weather, the Go Club for Tuesday Oct 30th is cancelled. Come find us on KGS instead, in the Fanshawe club room! Rob
CCNC will be one of the organization participating in the Culture Days Event this coming weekend (Friday to Sunday) Please see below for information: We invite your orgaization to participate in promotion of WeiQi/Go as part of Chinese Games. If … Continue reading