Want to Learn Some New Outdoor Skills? Check Out Maine's Becoming an Outdoors Woman Program This September 16-18 at Camp Caribou in Winslow.
AUGUSTA, Maine -- Have you ever wished for an adult summer camp (if only for a long weekend), where you could try a variety of outdoor activities under the supervision of experienced teachers and guides? If you have, read on, because Maine's Becoming an Outdoors-Woman (B.O.W.) Introductory Skills Weekend is just that opportunity!
The workshop will be held Friday morning through Sunday noon, September 16-18, 2005 at Camp Caribou in Winslow on beautiful Pattee Pond; $200.00 covers everything -- good food, lodging, all equipment and lots of educational handouts. Some scholarships are available. BOW programs, which are sponsored by DIF&W, are designed primarily for women ages 18 and over.
A complete Hunter Safety Certification Course is available as a course strand for the weekend. Participants in Hunter Safety take four required classes with additional evening instruction and a Sunday afternoon final test. This year's event also features several new course options including: self-defense, women's wellness workshop, wild edibles, small motorboat handling and ropes course.
Registration is first come, first served, and the deadline is August 29, so don't wait!
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