If you want to learn outdoor skills in a fun, friendly environment, there are still a few spots available for the upcoming Becoming an Outdoors Woman workshop set for Sept. 6-8 at Friendly Pines near Prescott, Ariz.
Three times a year the Arizona Wildlife Federation and the Arizona Game and Fish Department team up to conduct this educational and fun-filled workshop. Classes such as camping, flyfishing, tracking, still water paddling, archery, predator calling and geocaching are among the 32 different activities offered.
Evening presentations include a talk on Arizona women in archery by the Arizona Archery Club. The Paradise Valley Beagle Club will bring some hounds. There will also be fly tying, night fishing, a handgun seminar, and campfires. So turn off your cell phones and laptops and head up to the tall pines near Prescott to enjoy a fun filled weekend with other women who enjoy the great outdoors.
The $250 registration fee includes lodging in rustic but comfortable cabins, all meals, and class materials. (There is an extra $50 fee for the horsemanship class).
For more information, visit the Arizona Wildlife Federation’s website at www.azwildlife.org and download a registration form, or call (480) 644-0077.
Image courtesy Arizona Game and Fish Deparment