TL;DR: Go to AskFred.net to look for a club near you. I've been to a few non-USFencing events (inter-school club, inter-Y) and parents or competitors will ask where they can find a professional club. I use the term professional club as a dedicated facility place with lessons given by dedicated coaches. I know excellent coaches who drag their equipment to places, and give fantastic lessons; this is not to disparage them. Usually they are asking to find a coach (in the case of the inter-school event), or get an idea where their son / daughter can go further in their fencing career. If it's my student's parent, I talk freely; otherwise I refer them back to their coach. Back on topic -- I've found that while there are many only resources (FdN has a Fencing Clubs search), many of the listing are outdated or incorrect. And submitting updates is difficult. US Fencing has a listing, but it's not current either. I tell people to use AskFred. Easy search capability and the information is usually pretty current. Look both at upcoming events, and events that passed. Most active clubs will host an event once a year, and have good contact information.