Outdoor Chattanooga Invites The Public To Take Aim And Try Archery

Wednesday, January 24, 2018

The public is invited to take aim at Outdoor Chattanooga’s "Try Archery" program every Wednesday in February (Feb. 7, 14, 21 and 28) from 3:30-6 p.m. at Outdoor Chattanooga, 200 River St. in Coolidge Park.

This free program offers all ages and skill levels a hands on opportunity to learn more about the sport of archery. Concentrating on range safety rules and the fundamentals of archery, the sessions follow the National Archery in Schools format and procedures.

All sessions are walk-in and open to ages six and up.

Drop in any time, during any session. No reservation or prior experience is required to participate. All equipment and instruction will be provided. "Just show up, take aim and give archery a try," officials said.

For more information, email info@OutdoorChattanooga.com, or call 423-643-6888.


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