Get Started Right
Try it first —
For those who have never shot, the
allows you to either see what shooting is like, or to asses the
interest of a child. In a small group with 2 instructors,
there is some basic instruction, then each instructor works with
one person as he/she shoots. So, for an hour and a half, you can have some
experience of what shooting is like, and wht instruction is like. Equipment is provided. A One-Time Introduction makes a great
General Introductions are regularly scheduled. The
dates are listed on the registration form by month.
and Private Introductions for groups are also available. For special groups (Scouts,
birthday parties, etc.) Private Introductions are possible. Contact The Archery Program directly for information.
Continuing — Learning
to shoot is in Lessons for 1 or 2 people. This gives you focused attention
from the instructor, so you have a better chance for success. You
can learn properly and (hopefully!) avoid bad habits. Equipment is
provided for the lessons.
Once you have a solid grasp the
fundamentals and have your own equipment, you build
your skills with others in
Equipment: Equipment is provided for the Introductions
and the private lessons. The Archery Program uses really light-weight
equipment at the beginning, which is critical for learning
properly. This saves the cost of investing in
equipment right away, particularly for youth.