2013 Schedule of BOW & Beyond BOW Events
Becoming an Outdoors-Woman Fall Workshop
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October 18-20, 2013
Registration information will become available Summer 2013
"Becoming an Outdoors-Woman" (BOW) offers outdoor skills workshops, specifically for women 18 years of age and older, although men are welcome to participate. The workshops enable women to learn about a wide variety of outdoor recreational opportunities in a casual, non-threatening environment. The classes are designed to be as hands-on as possible, giving participants enough knowledge to further pursue their interests once the workshop is over.
Weekend workshops begin with lunch on Friday and end with lunch on Sunday. Women who register for the weekend, are given their choice of over 30 classes in which to participate. Class offerings may include: outdoor photography, stream ecology, turkey and deer hunting, fly fishing, hiking, kayaking, outdoor survival skills, and many more.
In addition to weekend workshops, we are also offering Beyond BOW events. Beyond BOW workshops last from one to three days but are focused on specific activities. Beyond BOW workshops may include a 2-day canoe trip down the Potomac River with an overnight camp out , a 1-day fishing clinic, or an outdoor survival skills weekend. Each workshop we offer is tailored to showcase the resources and opportunities available in that area.
The emphasis of BOW and Beyond BOW is on the enjoyment and camaraderie that goes along with outdoor recreation, whether hunting, fishing, hiking, or boating.
For additional information and/or registration packets, Contact:
Toll-free in Maryland: 1-877-620-8DNR, Ext. 8537
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