Deep East Texas Chapter Women In The Outdoors Event
Event Date: Oct 10, 2009
Location: Magnolia Ridge Park, Woodville, TX
Contact: Wendy Baker
Email: texaswendybaker @ yahoo.com
Download the PDF flyer from this link to register.
Some of the activities include:
Self Defense: This is an active, hands on course, wear comfortable clothing and supportive shoes. We will receive some basic training from a local martial arts club. Be involved and practice these moves as a group, and 1 on 1. Let this course increase your confidence and give you a chance to learn more about protecting yourself. Learn some basic moves to help keep you safe in the woods, at the mall, or anywhere else!
Archery: Learn bow safety, equipment identification, selection and shooting stance. The bows have a very easy draw length and weight so don’t worry about having enough strength.
Geotracking: This is a useful skill and can be a lot of fun. Whether you are new to a GPS unit or already have experience come sharpen your skills. If you have a GPS unit, you are encouraged to bring it, however you can still participate if you don’t have one. Learn how to use these units to navigate more effectively, and to help you find great new places to explore!
Bee Basics: Meet a local beekeeper! Learn what it takes to get started in that endeavor: equipment, space, cost, & time. Also learn about bee behavior, likes, & dislikes. Find out about local bee resources!
Outdoor Photography: Learn how to get the best shots from a real pro! Explore & discuss equipment options, settings, the joy of photography, and digital verses film options. Bring along your favorite camera &/or one you might have a question about!
Call of the Wild: An introduction to some of the more common animal calls, when and how is the best use for them.
If you have a call, bring it with you, or there will also be some available as part of a morning raffle! Our experienced instructor can help you make sure you get the most out of it!
Leather: $5.00 Class Materials Fee. See & feel samples of different types of leather. There will be a presentation on how these types develop & what their best use is. Also care & repair tips will be demonstrated. Learn about stitching, stamping, & tooling!
For more details visit the Women in the Outdoors Homepage.
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