Ordering CMAC Books
The book series is now available for purchase at the front desk of the Dojo. It is an excellent reference for any CMAC student. More information is available by going to JadeBuddhaPublishing.Com.
Ordering Books from the Required Reading List
Looking for books from the required reading list? Try our new online ordering page. We've added Amazon links to all the books from the reading list in the student manual:
Past CMAC Events
Big Wave Camp - Explore Play Discover
Summer Day Camp for Children. At the Big Wave Camp our focus is on kids being kids. Our activities are geared to motivate your child to use their imagination and creative side. There is something for everyone: martial arts - swimming - hiking - arts and crafts - sports - games - biking - drawing and art lessons - woods and environment training - fishing - canoeing - music - outdoors
2011 CMAC China Heritage & Training Tour
Another great CMAC China Tour designed and provided by New Century Travel in association with CMAC Yume Dapo.
CMAC Family Day & Lively Dragon Boat Races
Kelso Conservation Park, Milton
Family Day is an idea to bring CMAC students, young and older, and their families together, at least one day out of the year to train together, participate in seminars presented by many of the CMAC directors and basically enjoy the spirit of the martial arts as one entity, together in forward motion.
Created to offer students and families an opportunity to expand on their martial arts experiences, in a non-competitive environment and also without a fee.
It is a spectacular day with the family, training outdoors at beautiful Kelso Conservation Park, enjoying the energy of our favourite community fundraising event, the Lively Dragon Boat Races, experiencing some interesting guests, joining in on some unique creative activities, or just chilling in the shade with the gentle warm breezes of a summer-like day.
CMAC West Camp 2010 - Emerald Lake
July 16 - 18, 2010 - CMAC West Emerald Lake with Hanshi Platt. Hosted by CMAC Oku Damashi. For more information contact Tammy Thankachen email@example.com. Emerald Lake Lodge in Yoho National Park, British Columbia. Yoho National Park is located in the Canadian Rocky Mountains along the western slope of the Continental Divide in southeastern British Columbia. This park was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984 for the mountain landscapes containing mountain peaks, glaciers, lakes, waterfalls, canyons and limestone caves as well as fossils found here. More information on Yoho National Park can be found on the Parks Canada website.
CMAC West Camp 2009 - Waterton Alberta
July 10 - 12, 2009 in Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta. Hosted by CMAC Oku Damashi Dojo. For more information contact Tammy Thankachen firstname.lastname@example.org. Karate, Tai Chi and martial arts training in one of Canada's premier mountain parks. Waterton Lakes National Park is located in the south west corner of Alberta. It is the only park in the world that is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, an International Peace Park, and a Biosphere Reserve. More information can be found on the Parks Canada website.
CMAC Family Day & BBQ
July 26, 2009 at Gulliver's Lake and Park. Hosted by the CMAC Kita Yama Dojo. Kick back and relax or join in on great activities. Bring the whole family! Obstacle course for the kids and adults - Karate Demo - Inflatable Boxing Ring - Kids Activities - Adult Charity Volleyball Tournament - Gymnastics Workshop - Raft Races - and More! Gulliver's Lake and park is located at 792 Safari Rd, Millgrove, ON. Maps and directions are available on their website: www.gulliverslake.com
Organizations that CMAC supports
About 70 percent of our planet is covered in ocean. Ninety-eight percent of the water on the planet is in the oceans. We share this planet with everything that lives in the ocean. We must take care of it and them. For more information contact: email@example.com
BlueVoice.org - www.bluevoice.org
BlueVoice specializes in educational films on marine environment and has produced many highly informative documentaries and amazing "podcasts". Also check out the PBS film The Dolphin Defender
Sea Shepherd Conservation Society - www.seashepherd.org
The only no-nonsense conservation group out there that puts their own lives at risk to defend at-risk, threatened, or endangered species from human attacks
Plan - www.plancanada.ca
CMAC began supporting Plan with a donation to support the 2008 earthquake victims of Sichuan Province, China. This was one of CMAC’s cultural exchange destinations on their travels through China in 2007. Since then, CMAC has sponsored an individual child from Bara, Nepal. Plan is one of the world’s largest development organizations, working in more than 65 countries worldwide on critical issues affecting millions of children.
The Willow Foundation - www.willowfoundation.ca
The Willow Foundation is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of seniors and disabled adult's in Halton Region. Over the last 5 years, though participation in Lively Dragon's Milton Charity Dragon Boat Races, CMAC has supported this great charity, and was recognized as the 2009 top fundraisers for the Willow Foundation.
Animal Welfare Institute - www.awionline.org
The Humane Society - www.hsus.org
Toronto Wildlife Centre - www.torontowildlifecentre.com
The End of the Line - Imagine A World Without Fish
HOME - A Stunning Visual Portrayal of Earth
The Cove - Shallow Water. Deep Secret
Sharkwater - The Truth Shall Surface
Waterlife - The Epic Journey Of Our Water