Over the weekend of September 7-9, Valley women will learn how to bait a hook and fire a pistol, paint landscapes, build cleaner campfires and stay safe in the desert and Rim country woods, among many other classes that are offered.
This one is for ladies-only and has been described as a priceless value and an amazing time by women who attended the most recent get-a-way weekend adventure.
“Becoming an Outdoors Woman gave options that I did not know were available to me and gave me the means to discover myself in a safe, informative environment. BOW gave me courage and confidence to grow and find out what I can do,” said Diane Tschirren. Diane discovered archery at a BOW workshop, and has since developed a passion for it. She is one of the many women who, with help from BOW, have discovered new activities and overcome roadblocks that prevent women from taking part in outdoor activities.
Go to www.azwildlife.org/BOW to find out more and http://azwildlife.org/ht/a/GetDocumentAction/i/378806 for a registration packet. Cost for the weekend is $250. That includes lodging, all class materials and evening events.