Law – Women in the Outdoors Program
Archery, fly fishing, shotgun target shooting, outdoor cooking, bird watching, crafting with concrete, wine making, tomahawk throwing and self defense: those are just some of the skills women ages twelve and older can learn at the third annual Women in the Outdoors Program scheduled for June 14, 2008 in Huntertown, Indiana.
The program is presented by the Three Rivers Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation and is hosted by the Izaak Walton League.
“Our program is about encouraging women to try new outdoor activities in a safe environment that makes them feel at ease,” said Rob Keck, NWTF CEO. “This event is also a chance for women of all walks of life-singles, moms, and daughters, young and old-to spend a weekend outdoors, away from home, hanging out and having fun.”
Indiana Conservation Officers will be on hand to instruct several of the classes.
Registration is under way for the day event that offers twenty-two outdoor-related activities for participants to select.
For more information or a registration brochure, call Charita Niedermeyer at 260-484-6041, or email her at thehuntress98 [at] hotmail [dot] com.