Hosted by Ojibwa Bowhunters 3045 S. Johnson Road, New Berlin, WI 53146
**************** Beginners and Experienced Bowyers Welcome!
Fun for the whole family. Information and discussions on how to get started building self-bows, common problems and how to handle them, stave selection, bow backings, tools and more. Space, equipment and tools available to get a good start on a bow of your own. Large practice range to shoot.
Free Primitive camping available beginning Fri. April 22 Saturday evening pot luck dinner & campfire.
Free will donation for Bow Jam (proceeds to go to WTA) Staves available for sale on site Ojibwa will be holding their annual spring traditional shoot concurrently with Bow Jam. There will be regular shooting fees on the 3-D courses The practice range will be open and free to use. Breakfast and lunch will be available for purchase
What to bring: Camping gear and warm cloths Food & beverages for yourself/family Dish to pass for Sat. evening pot luck Bows (traditional) and arrows (field points) Tools (some will be available for use)
For info: Greg Szalewski 262 853 4648
Supported by Wisconsin Traditional Archers
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