Rovers – Archery After School

Rover Symbl Ring 2

rover1

1           A person who spends their time wandering.

2           (in various sports) a player not restricted to a particular position on the field.

         Archery    A mark for long distance shooting.

             5.1             A mark chosen at random and not at a determined range.


  Oxford Dictionary provides an accurate summation of our forthcoming after-school program.  Archery anchors our explorations across the Shire as our young Rovers find and make their mark throughout.

Our weekly 2-hour after-school courses in Roving and Beginning Archery initiate students into the wonders of this ancient tradition in a natural setting that invites exploration. From forest to meadow, high ground to boggy creek, students inevitably come to know the living community of the Shire––a region Native Americans call “The Beloved Land,” a legacy still celebrated here.  

Roving Archery is reserved for advanced students and others with a solid foundation in the practice of the art. Our practice is dynamic––spacial and temporal––and brings into play woodcraft and earthlore. Rovers will learn aspects of range design and secrets of the Fletcher’s craft––recommended ages are 9 to 15. 

Registration



Rovers After School Fall 2021 – Wednesdays

Recommended Ages 9 – 15

September 8th – December 8th

3:45PM – 6:00PM

(To register for the upcoming season please fill out registration form before payment.)

Wednesday Rovers registration is currently full. Click below for waiting list form. For those needing to pay for full course see payment options below waiting list form. Thanks.



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Rovers After School Fall 2021 – Mondays

This program is designed for older archers and more experienced Rovers.

Recommended Ages 11 – 16

September 13th – December 13th

3:45PM – 6:00PM

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