Becoming an Outdoors-Woman in Wisconsin kicked off the New Year in style with our annual “Gone to the Dogs” sledding and skijoring workshop.
It’s not too late to get in on more winter fun. The 22nd annual Winter BOW, February 14-16, 2020 has plenty of space available yet, and northern Wisconsin has plenty of snow to play in!
February 14-16, 2020
Treehaven, Tomahawk, WI
A one-of-a-kind trial weekend!! Pick 4 activities out of 20+, including ice fishing, rifle markswoman, winter survival, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, dutch oven cooking, and more.
Click the link below to view the full brochure.
REGISTRATION OPEN! Join us for a Valentine’s Weekend of BOW in the Snow!
WI BOW will be offering events every month in 2020. There’s something for everyone, so keep an eye on our calendar for new half-day and single-day workshops. Possible topics might include:
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request information on one or more of these classes, and suggest some ideas of your own!
BOW is a non-profit outdoor skills program designed specifically for adult women. No experience is necessary and our workshops are for all fitness levels ages. In addition to learning skills like how to fish, shoot, kayak or backpack, participants are empowered by the experience of stepping outside to try something new and gain self confidence as a result. BOW is offered in Wisconsin with the support of the WI DNR and other sponsors.
To stay up to date with current workshop and trip offerings join their e-news list. Contact them at Becoming.An.Outdoors.Woman@uwsp.edu to be put on their mailing list. You can also stay up to date by following along on their Facebook or Instagram pages.
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