Kids + Bows and Arrows = FUN

Back by popular demand… learn the “Art of Archery” at the Boulder JCC during the month of May. This fun session is for kids in 1st-5th grade, and will focus on the basic concepts of shooting a real bow and arrow. Instructors David Hansburg & Tyler Fravel, Certified Archery Instructors from Rocky Mountain Day Camp, will focus the first class on safety and technique. The second and third classes focus on honing archery skills with games and point scoring. All equipment will be provided for this class.

The class runs for three Sundays: May 2, 16, 23 (No class on May 9) from 3:30 – 4:30 pm at the Boulder JCC Field.  Prices are $60 per session (includes 3 classes) for Boulder JCC or Moxie Mom Members, and $66 for Guests.

Register for Archery at www.boulderjcc.org.
Registration deadline: Wed, April 28

Questions? Contact Shari at shari@boulderjcc.org, or 303-998-1900, ext. 106.

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  1. When I was a kid I could only dream of shooting using the real bows and arrows. All I was allowed to use were plastic bows and arrows. They are toys! The first real bows that I had was from bamboo when I was 13 years old.