Join us at the Hershey Public Library for a Chess Tournament on Saturday, November 3rd. Open to chess players of all ages and skill levels. 3 rounds with players in Quad sections based on rating and age. Young players and players new to rated chess tournaments are welcome and encouraged to participate! Check out the details below and do not hesitate to contact the Leteef Street with any questions you have. This will be a USCF rated chess event.
- Current United States Chess Federation (USCF) membership is required. Sign up for USCF at www.uschess.org
- Advanced registration: Players must register online in advance through Eventbrite, or arrive by 10:00 AM to register at the site to participate. $15 online through Friday, November 2nd . On-site registration: $20 Saturday, November 3rd. 9:30 AM – 10:00 AM
CONTACT PERSON: Hershey Chess Club facilitator & Tournament Director: Leteef Street
Phone: (267) 461-0204
ABOUT THE TOURNAMENT:
Open (all ages) and Scholastic Quads. Quads are 4 player sections. Each player plays one game vs each player in his/her quad.
G/25; d/5. Games played with chess clocks, 25 minutes per player (5 second delay for each move)
At site Registration: 9:30 – 10:00 AM
Round 1: 10:30 AM
Rounds 2 & 3: 11:30 AM & 12:30 PM or earlier
Open Quads: $40 1st place
Scholastic quads: Trophy: 1st place (minimum 2 pts)
Medal: 2 pts (non-trophy winners)
Ribbons: Players not qualifying for a trophy or medal
November 11. 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
For kids ages 10+ (4th grade+).
Join Kathy Forney to make a tree or a Star of David ornament for decorating or giving. Cost for class is $15. Pay at the children’s and teen desk–cash or check made out to Kathleen Forney. Please note that student will remain on the waiting list until payment is made. Being on the waiting list does not guarantee a place in the class. Register online. Registration will not be confirmed until payment is made.
November 3 . 1:30 -3:00 pm. Online registration through EventBrite. More information coming soon. Children ages 11 and under must have an adult in the building.
High school-aged teens are invited to register. Learn important information about how to get by in life. Topics range from financial wellness to apartment hunting. These courses are meant to allow teens to start adult life knowing as much as they can. It will be fun–we promise! REGISTER online, or call the library at (717) 533-6555. If you have questions, contact Annika Sundberg at email@example.com
Ready, Set, Goal – Thursday, September 20. 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. ( Registration begins September 6.)
Come learn about goal setting and goal achievement. Take part in projects and exercises to guide you to achievement of your school year goals. These skills are invaluable. Presented by Kathleen Frascona.
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