the Hatchet - Charity Event

 Join IW Calgary Real Estate Team for a fun an interactive networking & charity event: Bury the Hatchet Charity Event in Support of the Gems for Gems Canada.

Join Us:

June 9th from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm for 3 hours of fun!
We will be on location at Axe Games Calgary: Suite 23, 2015 - 32nd Avenue NE.

$45 for 3 hours of Axe Throwing and Dinner
$20 for General admission that includes Dinner

What's Included:
- 3 Hours of Axe Throwing, including practice and tutorial

- Dinner includes a pizza buffet, that comes with a selection of their gourmet pizzas, salad, dessert, and pop (please let us know of any dietary restrictions at least 1 week in advance).

Prizes for Participation, 50/50 Draw

100% of the proceeds go to Gems for Gems Canada


About Gems for Gems Charity:

Gems for Gems has identified the need to not only ease the pain created by the global epidemic of domestic abuse, but to do all within our power to end the cycle for as many women, and their children, as possible.

Empowering these women to empower themselves ignites the spark needed to create lasting change. Through our initiatives, that spark grows into the fire used to light the way to a new life for all.


About Axe Games Venue:

A FULLY LICENSED CALGARY AXE THROWING FACILITY. At Axe Games Calgary, we aim to revive the heritage sport of axe throwing and keep the tradition going. We are dedicated to providing a fun, safe and friendly space for people to get out, be active, socialize, learn a new skill and have a great time!

To participate in the axe throwing, the recommended age of at least 10 years old.

We allow young children/infants as spectators, but it may be unsettling for young ones with the loud noise from axes hitting targets, people cheering, and the music playing.

We require that parents/guardians monitor children closely at all times while within our facility. Children must be in immediate care at all times as there are sharp axes being thrown, and we take safety very seriously. Children must remain behind the axe throwing lane safety barriers at all times.



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