DUE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC, ALL OF OUR 3D SHOOTS HAVE BEEN CANCELLED FOR THE YEAR.
IAAW visiting range Wednesday July 21, 2021:
Parkland Bowbenders Archery Club in cooperation with the range Landowner, is honoured to host participants and guests of the IAAW on Wednesday July 21, 2021 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 in society and raises awareness about the challenges and obstacles faced by aboriginal women. The static range and 3D loops will still be OPEN to members during this time, and access to targets on the range will not be disrupted. However, members may notice the IAAW participants at the picnic area and on the range trail system, enjoying this beautiful piece of land which was once the Michel First Nation Land.
CASINO – Thank you!
A huge “Thank You!” to all the volunteers who gave their time to help work Parkland’s Casino on September 24 & 25, 2018.
Our club volunteers: Charlene C, Wendy S, Susan R, Vivian G, Shelly K, Craig H, Bill J, Boxer H, Linda J, Rod J, Sherry S, and Mitchell S. Executive volunteers: Bob, David, Janet, Allen, Kal and Doug.
Thank you again to our Casino Advisor Carolin who was awesome to work with and had everyone trained like pros!
Our range is conveniently located west of Villeneuve on a beautiful wooded property.
Our members enjoy virtually 24/7 access to the range facilities. Please remember to take pride in the range and do not litter. If you see garbage laying around, please pick it up, and don’t forget to clean up after your dog as well! The owner of the property tours the range on a regular basis and has commented how clean and well kept the range is. If you see somethings wrong or needs fixing, please contact one of the Executive members.
Also remember “No Liquor” is permitted on the course grounds. If caught, it will mean suspension of your privileges to the range and possible expulsion from the club for a period of time, which will be determined by the PBAC Executive. Signs are posted throughout the course with range rules. No Crossbows, and No Broadheads allowed.