The January-February session 3 beginner classes on Friday nights are now full, as are all session 4 classes February – April.
Adults, teens and youth interested in these classes should opt for private lessons.
Due to severe snow drifting and poor visibility caused by high winds, SNAC is CANCELLING both Advanced Adult classes tonight. All roads in the area are snow-covered.
We will resume the course next Thursday, March 5th at 7pm and 8pm. The session will be 5 weeks’ long instead of 6 and the fee will be pro-rated accordingly.
Please stay safe! See all Thursday night students next week!
South Nation Archery imports products from a variety of countries, including those in Asia.
Due to the safeguards in place to prevent the widespread contamination of this virus, many of our products are being held in quarantine.
Please be patient if you have a special order on hold, or that we do not have as many items in-stock at this time.
Thanks to all those archers who participated in our annual February get-ready-for-the-provincial-champs tournament.
We had some good shoot and CanBow badges were earned by Serenity Last and Bryanna Larocque, both recurve archers with a passion for shooting. Well done both of you! 🙂
Here are the full results from our tournament.
Next tournament is Archery ON 10-ring championship week from February 17-23. There will be no classes that week.
We were pleased with the turn-out given the slushy road conditions. Thank you to everyone who joined us today. Unofficially, we had TWO new OAA Championship records: Hester Grodde and Larry E. Smith.
Here is the link to our results:
To view all the results, please consult the OAA’s website. Our next tournament is a WA18M on Sunday, February 9th.
Despite some pretty treacherous driving conditions that kept away some of our long-distance archers, 14 people braved the conditions to shoot on January 12.
Congratulations to all who made the trip (and brought goodies to enjoy as well!).
For the tournament results, please see our website or Archery Canada’s website.
Our last tournament of 2019 – and the decade! – took place on Sunday, December 15th with 20 archers handing in their score cards. We had the full gamut from personal best (PB) to personal worst on our 3 waves. Congratulations to all archers who participated.
For the results, please either use this link or look on the Archery Canada results page.
Our next tournament is a WA18M on Sunday, January 12, 2020.