The first United States of America Taekwondo Martial Arts Commission state Taekwondo championship will be hosted Saturday at Pembroke Academy. Martial artists of all ages will test their skills in sparring, board breaking and Taekwondo forms. Taekwondo students of all belt levels from around New England are encouraged to register at usatmac-nh.com. The registration deadline is tomorrow.
Veterans golf tourney
Teams and sponsors are invited to join the first veterans amputee golf tournament to be held Saturday at Loudon Country Club. The purpose of the tournament is to raise awareness and funds for the Veteran Amputee Golf Association to help further the organization’s purpose of providing golf instruction, outings, practice opportunities and promoting camaraderie among veterans who have experienced traumatic amputations. For information, visit moaa-nh.org or VetsPlayGolf.org, email Josh Dixon at VAGolfA@gmail.com or call 716-0941.
Masons open house
New Hampshire Freemasons will open up their private lodge rooms Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. to give their communities an unrestricted look at who Masons are and what they do. The purpose of the open house is to demonstrate how freemasonry relates to local communities and attempts to promote social well being. Masons will answer questions and give guided tours to explain the significance of lodge furniture, ornaments, jewels and working tools used in private Masonic ceremonies. Lodge members will also address how these symbols of the fraternity apply to its charitable work and the community service work of its members.