Free Indoor Archery Sessions Offered With Outdoor Chattanooga

Wednesday, July 28, 2021

Outdoor Chattanooga is a local resource for all things outdoors and it aims to inspire the public to get out and try something new with its free indoor archery sessions.

 

Every Tuesday in August, Outdoor Chattanooga’s instructors get out the bows and arrows and set up an indoor archery range inside its building at 200 River Street in Coolidge Park.

They invite you to join them for one of the two sessions they are offering every Tuesday in August.

 

Adult only Archery | 12:30 - 2:00 p.m. Similar to adult swim time at the local pool, this session is targeted to archers over the age of 30 but is definitely intended for those 18 and up. These are drop-in style sessions with a focus on group games for friendly competition and comradery with peers. Please, no children during this session.

 

Try Archery | 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. These sessions are drop-in style, open to all ages 5 and up, and follows the National Archery in Schools Program (NASP) format. The focus is on teaching the fundamentals of archery with an emphasis on range safety rules. Participants get multiple opportunities to shoot during the session. No reservation or prior experience required to attend either of the sessions. Just show up, take aim and give archery a try! Call Outdoor Chattanooga at 423-643-6888 to learn more.


For more information:

Email info@OutdoorChattanooga.com  

Call (423) 643-6888

Visit: https://outdoorchattanooga.com/programs/try-archery/  https://outdoorchattanooga.com/programs/adult-archery/



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