Nowhere Archery


Welcome to Nowhere Archery.  Please tour the site for some perspective on our approach to the art including our method of instruction; note the course offerings then refer to the calendar for scheduling.  If you’re new to the art, you can be confident that we’ll have a good bow strung for you.


Following our Autumn Tournament (thanks Rovers), the Archer’s Range was still for the month of December––we hope that you and your loved ones had a bright and meaningful holiday.  Our 2019 season has commenced with new courses & ongoing events.  We’re offering course certificates for gifting:  Trading Post & archery gear to take pride in:  Shire’s Guild.



Ol’ Sol lingers each day longer, brightening the Range and stirring the Green. Chorus Frogs lead the sonic procession, while maple tree-sap swells from bird-tapped wells, sweetening the tongue of the curious, and the disposition of the aware. Winter’s distillations are frothing in wooden casks, ready for the vintner’s mallet. And what mighty brew might you share with family and friends in the season to come?


February 10th is our next beginner’s course, with offerings in March and April; its a transformative time to be at the Shire, even in––perhaps especially in––your Wellington Boots.

Looking ahead to the summer, we’re hosting 2 youth camps for ages 9 to 15.  Archery centered, but embracing a full spectrum of adventurous activity, we’re confident that these archers & campers will get a full measure of the summertime wonders of the Shire.  For details: Camp Nowhere.  Stay in touch for upcoming events and advanced courses. Email or call for details, course requests and other inquiries: Contact

As always, family and group courses can be arranged upon request, while private lessons can be scheduled to suit both interest and experience.  Young, old or wherever you fall in the spectrum of age or ability, if you’re inclined to bend-a-bow, we’ll reserve a place on the range for you.

♦◊♦  As many of our archery students know,FixingElements we teach in partnership with the land which is beloved to us; its a comprehensive and dynamic presence which informs our class time in surprising and profound ways.  The reality of this place, this circumstance, has moved Jonathan and me to offer our younger students an immersive after-school course in Roving Archery and land studies––a nexus of eyesight and insight, hand and heart, inspiration and art––a wintertime springboard into the Beloved Land.  Follow the link for details and feel free to contact us for more information:   WinterRovers.

Jonathan and I hope to see you here very soon.

Endless gratitude extends to our young friends at Double Helix School, who’ve offered insightful time and their own beloved range to explore the wonders and mystique of archery––Rovers each and all! Rovers: A Tribute

If you’re just learning of us and would like to visit, we encourage it.  Contact us to arrange a time.  If you have any questions not addressed by our site, please do not hesitate to call or email; we’re always ready to field questions concerning our work here.


Steven and Jonathan

Another day hunting the metaphorical Hart…