6/18/2022 | Cuivre River State Park | Troy, MO
Hey, ladies! Have you ever wanted to explore the great outdoors, but did not know where to begin? Come join us at Cuivre River State Park for Women in Nature’s full-day experience to learn some new skills, taught by all female instructors.
Date: June 18, 2022
8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Cuivre River State Park: Camp Sherwood
Participants must be at least 18 years of age.
Participants must provide their own lunch for this program.
Archery is a time-honored sport that is growing in popularity. In this course that combines archery instruction with an introduction to atlatl throwing, you are bound to learn something new. These activities are not only good fun but good exercise – and now you can learn how they're done. This course will cover archery and atlatl safety, ethics, shooting techniques and equipment selection. Participants will receive personal instruction and adequate time to practice what they learn.
Birding 101 (Low/Moderate*)
Experience the basics of birding through base ID, using binoculars and bird sounds.
Campfire Cooking (Low*)
Learn campfire cooking techniques for your next outdoor adventure! Participants will learn how to cook over a campfire and all about Dutch-oven cooking and foil-packet meals. Food will be provided for participants to prepare, and samples will be available.
Learn the basics of flatwater kayaking, including areas such as equipment, entry and exit, strokes, safety, water, and wind. By the end of the class, you’ll feel more comfortable on the water, better understand the safety risks around you, and have more fun! Participants will have time to practice and explore.
There will be two activity track options when you register; please be sure to select the option you prefer.
Track 1 will consist of Birding 101, Campfire Cooking and Kayaking.
Track 2 will consist of Kayaking, Archery/Atlatl and Campfire Cooking.
Registration is $10.
Maximum of 20 participants. The classes are $10, and registration is required. Click on the “Register Here” link below to register. When you get to the registration website, you will need to enter “WIN” in the “Search Text” box. The classes that are currently open for registration will pop up. All slots will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
If a class is full, you will have the option to register for the waitlist. If you register for the waitlist and a spot becomes available, you will be contacted to get registered if you are still interested.
All cancellations will need to be done over the phone or via email.
Program Change Policy:
Organizers reserve the right to cancel, reschedule or relocate any proposed offering without prior notice. Insufficient enrollment or emergency cancellations by the instructor are examples of why a program offering could be canceled. Organizers also reserved the right to substitute instructors if necessary.
*Physical Activity Guide:
Please be advised that WIN: Women in Nature programs are outdoor activities. Participants will be walking on tread surfaces at times that contain roots or embedded rocks and may have elevation changes.
To help participants anticipate each course and know what physical levels to expect of each class, a physical activity rating system has been created. Listed in the class description you will find a physical level rating for each course.
- Low: requires minimal physical skill/endurance (example: lecture-based and hands-on activities in a classroom)
- Moderate: requires moderate physical skill/endurance (examples: short walks; lecture-based and hands-on activities while standing)
- High: requires high levels of skill/endurance (examples: hiking; lifting; full-on body movement; lecture-based and hands-on activities while standing)
For more information:
If you have any questions, please contact Rebecca Young, Missouri State Parks recreation section chief, at Rebecca.email@example.com, or Jamie Hubert, interpretive resource coordinator at Cuivre River State Park, at Jamie.firstname.lastname@example.org.
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