2022-2023 Indoor Instructional Season Details

SNAS is returning to a pre-COVID-19 indoor schedule for 2022-2023 with a full slate of classes, house leagues and tournaments.

Our class Sessions #1, #2, #3 and #4 are available for compulsory pre-registration now.  Please see our Classes drop-down menu or view the Upcoming Events bar on the right-hand side of the homepage.

Please contact Kathleen Millar for details and sign-up at:


Concussion in Sport Resources

Concussion Awareness Week was established in January 2021 to increase concussion awareness by providing information and encouraging action across Canada. Concussion Awareness Week is for everyone with a role in healthy active living – sport and recreation participants, parents, coaches, organizers, educators and more!

This year, Concussion Awareness Week is taking place from September 25 to October 1, 2022.

Know the facts about concussion in sport. Discover innovative tools and resources to support your organization, inform your practices with evidence and ultimately keep your athletes safer. Check out the latest concussion research, communication tools, protocols & policies, and best practices & inspiration.

2022 Labour Day Weekend Hours

Please note that we will be open as usual on the Saturday of the Labour Day Long weekend.  Here are the hours you need to know:

Saturday, September 3: 9am – 4pm

Closed September 4 – 6.

Re-open on Wednesday, September 7 at 1pm.

Have a safe and happy long weekend.

2022 4 x 720 WA Weekend Results

Congratulations to all Archery Canada members and our guests for some great scores this weekend.  A special mention to Sandra Rampton-Siedule who shot really well and produced a personal best.  Well done, Sandra!

Here are the results.  You can see them on the Archery Canada website, too.

This ends our outdoor season for 2022.  Congratulations to all participants.


Outdoor House Leagues return for 2022

Just a friendly reminder that our 720 leagues start on Wednesday, June 08 and run for 6 weeks. Practice at 5pm; scoring at 6pm sharp.
We will have 122cm target faces at 70m, 60m and 50m, as well as 80cm faces at 50m for compound archers.
We look forward to seeing you for the return of our outdoor competitive season.
Call or write to hold your spot 🙂

OUTDOOR FACILITIES are open for use 2022-05-07

We welcome our students and customers to use our outdoor lanes starting on Saturday, May 07, 2022.  This is a standard outdoor World Archery range:  70m, 6pm and 50m.

Distance markers will be placed at every 5 meters in the near future (from butts 1 & 2).  Target faces are installed at all times.

You must be prepared to share the facility with others who may be shooting at a variety of distances, as well as private lessons in progress.

Please note: Archers must be able to demonstrate a working knowledge of all archery safety rules before you may shoot on the range.  All archers are responsible to have active personal liability insurance.  This can be purchased automatically with membership in Archery Ontario / Archery Canada or OFAH.

2022 SNAC Mail match Results – Final

Congratulations to our small band of archers who enjoyed national and provincial mailmatches after such a long break from indoor competition.

All results have been posted to the national and Ontario co-ordinators from our site, and we expect final results to be announced soon.  After the final results have been posted and we receive any medals/certificates earned by our club members, then we will arrange for a small celebration and presentation.

Here are the results from our club.  We hope that the worst of COVID-19 is behind us and that we will be welcoming more people to participate in 2023.

2022 WA18M January in March Tournament Results

SNAC had to postpone the January WA18M tournament due to the COVID-19 restrictions.  But, we were able to run the event on March 13, 2022 instead.  Here are the results:

We were happy to have so many students join our regular competitive archers for this event.  Also, it marked the debut of our Recurve Open archer, Shawn Matheson.

Congratulations to Pamela LeClair who shot a PB due to her outstanding second half.  Well done, everyone.

Our next tournament is MICA on Sunday, March 20th.  There are only a few spots available.  If you are interested, please contact Kathleen Millar ASAP to guarantee your spot at  info@southnationarchery.com

2022 Regional Indoor National Championship Results at SNAC

Congratulations to all of our competitors who shot the indoor national championships at our regional site here in Winchester, ON.

We had some outstanding rounds, such as Quintin Fawcett’s 560 for cadet compound and some really strong performances from the whole group.  We were glad that Tania Edwards was able to join us.

Unfortunately, neither Sandra Rampton-Siedule (ill health) nor Serenity Last (injury) were able to join us today on the shooting line!  Serenity did help us out by calling arrows for the women’s line.

Here are the results for our site: 

For full results, use Archery Canada’s website.  All sites are supposed to report in no later than tomorrow morning, so we are hopeful to see the first preliminary results on Monday, March 07th.

If you would like to participate in our next competition, join us on Sunday, March 13th for our re-scheduled WA18M, originally slated for January.  There are still a few spots available.  Contact Kathleen Millar or Larry Smith to sign up at:  info@southnationarchery.com