The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) is offering a Women’s Basic Archery class in Columbia! The class will be held at the MDC Central Region Office (3500 E Gans Rd, Columbia), on Tue, Aug 4, 2015, from 5:30-8:30 pm. Note that the deadline for registration is July 31, 2015, so sign up now!

MDC staff will take participants on an exciting and educational experience in the world of archery. Women will get to discover nature by learning the fundamentals of archery through a two-part program. The first part will consist a classroom lesson, followed by a mentored shooting experience. All equipment will be provided. Women ages 18 or older (girls age 14 and up may accompany an adult participant), are invited to learn the basics of archery safety, shooting techniques, equipment, target shooting, hunting, and much more. There is no cost for this program. Discover Nature programs are designed to help Missourians explore nature and master outdoor skills together. Preregistration is required July 31, 2015: Online – or by contacting Brian Flowers: [email protected]  or 573-815-7901 ext 3388.

Discover Nature Women’s events occur throughout the year. Many are hunts that include in-depth clinics addressing the topics of wildlife biology, regulations, firearm training and safety, specific hunting-method training, as well as cleaning and care of the game. Find these events and more by visiting the MDC Website.

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