OUR SEMINARS
Special Seminars and Events held for American Martial Arts Institute Students

The American Martial Arts Institute holds many special events, seminars, and classes throughout the year. These events are important parts of a student's training and involvement in the school. If you have any questions about these events, speak with your instructor. Below are some of the events available to students of this school.

ADULT SEMINAR DAY
Who: Adults ages 18 and older
What: Full-day seminar on school history, philosophy, advanced techniques, katas, and more
When: Annually, generally in January

"FUN SHOP" (MID-WINTER INDOOR MARTIAL ARTS PROGRAM)
Who: Students ages 6-12 years old.
What: Three full days of martial arts training, special classes, and competitions.
When: Annually during February break from public schools (Monday-Wednesday)

WEAPONS COMPETITION
Who: May vary from year-to-year. Generally, yellow belts and above all ages.
What: Kata competition demonstrating skill with one of American Eagle Style's extension tools.
When: Annually, generally in April

CLEANING DAY
Who: May vary from year-to-year. Generally, adult purple belts (ages 18 and older) and brown belts / black belts all ages.
What: A half-day event where students have the opportunity to assist in cleaning and caring for the main location.
When: Annually, generally in late April, early May.

MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL
Who: Any student and their mother, grandmother or female guardian. Or, if the student is a mother, their children.
What: A one-hour class just for students and their guests to share their training with their family.
When: Annually, generally Friday night prior to Mother's Day (May).

FATHER'S DAY SPECIAL
Who: Any student and their father, grandfather or male guardian. Or, if the student is a father, their children.
What: A one-hour class just for students and their guests to share their training with their family.
When: Annually, generally Friday night prior to Father's Day (June).

RED TOP DAY
Who: Students who are already in the Red Top Program
What: A half-day of training in the skills of being a Red Top, junior rank black belt class assistant.
When: Annually, generally in August.

CEREMONIAL BLACK BELT BREAKFAST(S)
Who: Brown Belts ages 18 and older. Black belts, all ages. Students receiving their 1st degree black belt certificate and their guests.
What: A morning of recognizing the growth of American Eagle Style by Grandmaster Crandall presenting students who have earned new black belt degrees with their certificates, followed by a sit-down breakfast.
When: Generally twice each year, once in April and once in September or October.

TEENAGE SEMINAR DAY
Who: Students ages 13-17 years of age.
What: Full-day seminar on school history, philosophy, advanced techniques, katas, and more
When: Annually, generally in October.

GUEST SEMINARS

Who: Varies with each seminar.
What: Seminar taught by a guest master from another style, overseen by Grandmaster Crandall.
When: Varies. Not always held each year. Sometimes more than one in a year. Generally in summer or fall months, but can occur at any time.

Other events may be available, as well.