ARCHERY CLASSES: Now enrolling on Second, Fourth Saturdays

Wondering how to shoot a arrows with a real bow, just like the early Texans once did, because you've either seen it in a movie or heard from someone that it is loads of fun?

Come learn about this ages-old skill at an historic Native Texan camp site where the Tonkawa Indians once hunted game and defended themselves with bows and arrows. There's nothing cooler than that!

Recreational archery classes will be taught at our archery range on the banks of Walnut Creek. After that debut class, they will be offered on the second and fourth Saturdays of the month, by advance reservation.

Class sizes are limited to a maximum eight people per class, so sign up quickly to hold your choice date. Reservations will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis, with the payment of the class fee guaranteeing the reservation.

To sign up, send us an e-mail at PioneerFarmsAustin@gmail.org and we'll send you a confirmation if here's space available. Please be sure to include the name of each student and their age, in your message.

Safety training will be provided.
 
Fees: $35 per class with equipment provided, $25 with your own equipment. 

Dates: Second, Fourth Saturdays of each month.

Time: 10 to 11:30 a.m.. Please arrive early as classes will start on time.