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.
Category Archives: meetings
Hi everybody who visits our website. I just want to reassure you that we are still holding meetings and are still an active club. We havr mostly moved general weekly meeting discussions to facebook. You can find our club by … Continue reading
Hi All, Wow, it’s been a while since this got updated. Between the sheer business of work and that most of the club’s activities and discussions occur on our Facebook page, this one has been neglected a bit. Our recent … Continue reading
Sorry for the late update, it’s been a heck of a month. On the 17th we had seven people out, and on the 24th nine people. (With Nine being a recent record.) Not bad for a January with the weirdest … Continue reading
For our final meeting of 2011, we had 4 people out. Considering it’s the holidays and exams are still going on, that’s actually not a bad turnout. Thanks to everyone who made the Go club a success in 2011. When … Continue reading
Well, I was expecting a drop after the tournament, but tonight we had 8 people out. We ended up playing a 6-person game of Rengo and while the moves were serious the banter was anything but- cheesy jokes and movie … Continue reading
Well, we went and done it! We held London’s very first Go Tournament today the Chinese Cultural Centre, and we had 18 players show up from near and afar to compete. I’d say it was a big success overall, considering … Continue reading