Bonjour mes amis!
The following is from Darmon...
All are welcome at the Bhakail Fighter practice. We share space with
the Bhakail Fencers on Thursday evenings from 7:30 PM until we are worn
out, at the Central Methodist Church. Occasionally we have to fight
them for the floor, but we always win!
The Central Methodist Church is located at Griscom and Orthodox Sts. in
the Frankford section of Philadelphia. There is limited parking behind
the Church as well as on-street parking around the front and side. It
looks a bit off-putting but it's safe as long as you wear your armor
there. Just kidding. No one has had any trouble in going on 9 years!
If you are on your way to practice, but you won't be there by 7:45 PM,
it's a good idea to give me a call. Otherwise, if no one is there, I
might leave. You can reach me at 267-825-4190.
From 76 - Take Route 1 North (Roosevelt Blvd.). Stay in the outer
lanes. You will pass the Home Depot center on the LEFT. Continue north
on Rt 1. Turn RIGHT on Pratt Street (it's marked pretty well). Come
down to Griscom Street. Turn RIGHT on Griscom. Pass Harrison Street and
Oxford Avenue. You will pass the bus terminal on the left. Continue on
Griscom. The church is on the RIGHT. * It is a gray stone building.
There is a driveway along the right side of the building leading to a
rear parking area, or you can park anywhere you can find space on the
street. There are two entrances. One is in the rear, off the parking
lot and the other is on the front side of the building, on the Griscom
Street side towards Orthodox street.
From 95 - Take the Bridge Street exit. Bear left at the bottom of the
ramp. Turn LEFT at the second light, on Wakeling Street. Stay on
Wakeling until it forks. You have to take the LEFT fork which becomes
Harrison Street. Stay on Harrison one block past Frankford Avenue (the
elevated train runs above Frankford Ave). Turn LEFT on Griscom Street.
Stay on Griscom, pass Oxford Ave, keep going until you see the Church
on the RIGHT. follow from * above.
Knight Marshal, Bhakail
It had never occurred to me before that music and thinking are so much alike. In fact you could say music is another way of thinking, or maybe thinking is another kind of music. -Ursula K. Le Guin
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