May 6th – August 19th Every Wednesday Night 5 – 8:30 PM. Join us for a game of Chess at the Wednesday night market in Santa Rosa! We’re always at 4th and D Street
The 1st Annual Napa All Scholastic Chess Tournament was a great success! 48 players from three counties and 18 schools. The winners: Browns Valley Radin Amouei – grade 5 George Boyce – Grade 5 Liam Daley – grade 1 Jack Duffy – grade 4 Andre Oliviera – grade 4 Grant Liam Vorhaus – grade 1 […]
This young man won a trophy at the Napa tournament. He was so happy that he had to go to sleep with it.
The tournament was a great success. We had 135 players from 51 schools from five counties. The winners: Yulupa -Vincent Kriner, Jake Joerger The Healdsburg School – Barry Liu, Chad Smith, Kaylin Smith, Noah Proctor Mary Collins – Burton Baecker, Eli Leventhal Live Oak – Rowan Ferraro Riebli – Joshua Geist, Kail Pieri, Jaren Zurakowski, […]
Congratulations to everyone who came out to participate and make for a great chess community event! 2014 All Girls Chess Tournament Winners: Brielle Galli – Cali Language Academy grade 1 Olivia Hansen Windsor Creek – grade 1 Zoe Kowalczyk – San Miguel grade 2 Luna Pichardo – Yulupa grade 2 Emery Joy – St. Johns […]
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CHESS FOR KIDS, Inc is a United States Chess Federation Affiliate, carries liability insurance, was featured in the Press Democrat in December 2007. We are dedicated to bringing the benefits of chess to as many young people as possible in Sonoma County. Over 2,000 children have participated in CHESS FOR KIDS instructional chess classes in […]
Thursday, February 25, 2010 at 9:15 by weather Every once in awhile, a photojournalist will capture an image that they really like. Images that will make the reader cry, fret, hate or laugh out loud. Pictures that wield an emotional comment have done their job. They have communicated. A myriad of daily assignments confront a […]
Penngrove 8-year-old earns top honor in county tourney By Heidi Bailey June 9, 2010 09:59 pm When most think of chess, the image of two old men sitting at a lone table with a stop clock comes to mind. Most would never think it could be a favorite game for children. But for one child in […]