Parkland Bowbenders in cooperation with the range Landowner, is honoured to host participants and guests of the IAAW on Wednesday July 21, from 10:30 am to 1:30 pm at the outdoor range. The Institute for the Advancement of Aboriginal Women (IAAW) is a non-profit organization that recognizes the role, value and achievement of aboriginal women
Author: Janet Normand
On Tuesday July 20th, from 6:30 – 8 p.m, the lower Static Range will be closed to members for the Junior Program class. Members may notice that the Static Range is closed for a few evenings during the summer to accommodate our younger archers who are keen to learn the fundamentals of archery. Future closure
On Sunday June 20, a member of the executive was cutting grass on the 3D loops when he noticed a small cougar watching him from the heavy brush. The cougar took off as soon as he started cutting grass towards it. Members should be extra cautious while at the range, especially if they have dogs
Static Range limited to 3 Members or 1 Household Family shooting at any given time. Long Distance Range – maximum shooting distance is now 60 yards. Members should ensure they are following all COVID protocols while using the facility. Camping at the range will be suspended until further notice.
This weekend (April 3/4), a great group of volunteers assisted in setting up all of the 3D targets on the range to complete B & C loops. We now have three full 3D loops to shoot! HUGE thanks to volunteers Sean, Steve, Max, Lawrence, Glen, Brian and Leo for assisting our Range Director Doug in
Applying for a new 2021 membership or renewing your existing club membership is easy as 1,2,3! Simply complete the on-line application located on our Memberships Page, then pay your fees electronically. You will receive an email with your membership card and gate code. If you have any questions, just email “email@example.com” !
The long distance range now has five 3D targets and two large static targets to shoot! If you like shooting 100+ yards, this is your area! As well, we have added several more 3D targets to our “Winter Loop”. Access these new targets from the trail beside the bulletin board which joins up with the
Members are advised that coyote snares have been set on neighbouring properties and have recently been found on the north fence line between our range and the gravel pit to the north. Dogs should be kept on leash. Note: These snares do not belong to Parkland Bowbenders.