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Becoming an Outdoors-Woman Upcoming Workshops

Beyond BOW Program

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Beyond BOW workshops are another opportunity for women to learn outdoor skills. Beyond BOW is anything we offer that is not the traditional 3-day BOW workshop. They may be “next step” classes for women who have completed a beginner class at a BOW workshop. Or they may be one-day, one-subject classes.

Muzzle Loading & Primitive Skills Camp

  • June 4 & 5, 2016
  • Thompson Falls, MT
  • Fee: $85 or $100

Join us for an 1800's rendezvous and learn the life-style and skills of mountain men and women. You'll shoot a muzzle loader, learn to throw knives and tomahawks, start fire with flint & steel, and learn about Dutch oven cooking. Bring a tent or camper to stay on site. Or stay in our teepee, wall tent or lean-to ($100 fee). Space is limited.

Nature Journaling - Missoula

  • June 12, 2016
  • Missoula, MT
  • Fee: $15

Slow down, observe and take note of nature. This class is for the beginner or experienced nature journalist. Meet us at Greenough Park and learn to document your feelings, thoughts and interpretations of your natural surroundings.

Nature Journaling - Helena

  • July 17, 2016
  • Helena, MT
  • Fee: $15

Slow down, observe and take note of nature. This class is for the beginner or experienced nature journalist. Meet us at Greenough Park and learn to document your feelings, thoughts and interpretations of your natural surroundings.

Summer BOW Program 2016

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  • August 19-21
  • Near Great Falls
  • Fee: TBD

The "Summer BOW" workshop is a 3-day event beginning at noon on Friday and ending around 1 p.m. on Sunday. The workshop is held in a camp setting where meals and lodging or tent/camper space is provided. The weekend is divided into four instructional sessions that run 3.5 hours each. Participants choose from a variety of classes that provide hands-on learning in a comfortable and non-competitive learning environment. Classes are held outdoors as much as possible. Evenings at a weekend workshop are filled with more learning opportunities, fun, and camaraderie. Participants are encouraged to enjoy the social side that comes with outdoor activities and to make connections with like-minded individuals whom they may be able to enjoy outdoor activities with after the workshop ends.

Save the date for the annual Summer BOW workshop. Bring a friend and learn a new activity or improve your existing skills. More details coming in the spring.