Visit Ash Hollow State Historical Park for an unique and enchanting experience! Each Saturday and Sunday in November from noon to 5pm visit the museum at Ash Hollow for a high end vintage clothing exhibit featuring hand bead work and embroidery. This interactive, hands-on presentation invites guests to touch and feel the craftsmanship of garments from the 1880s through the 1980s. The event wraps up on December 1st from 4pm -7pm with a fashion show along with drinks and hors d’oeuvres.
Tickets are $5 at the door.
Park entry permit required.
This basic USA Archery class is open to students who are new to JOAD or who are still working to advance to Archery 2. Explore Archery is a recommended prerequisite but not required.
Our Center Shot Archery Academy course includes achievement awards, skill training, and games with a focus on guiding each student in improvement at their own pace. Each session includes a short lesson and coaching while students are on the line. Archery 1 students have the opportunity to shoot for their green and purple pins during select class sessions. Over the course of the quarter, students will advance their scoring skills, learn about competition etiquette, and work to achieve the pins and techniques needed to advance to the next level.
No equipment is required, but personal equipment is allowed for some portions of the class.
If seats are listed as available, students may register and join the class at any time except the last 4 weeks of the quarter. Allowances may be made at the discretion of the instructor. Full price still applies.
Ages 8 and over.
Prerequisites: None (Explore Archery recommended)
Registration for the Outdoor Education Center?s GSSF Indoor League Series – Match 2 on November 19, 2019. Our last match will be on December 17th. Competitors must shoot in two out of the three available matches to be eligible for prizes.
Competitors may shoot up to 3 divisions – Stock, Unlimited, and Pocket. For division descriptions, see below. First entry per date is $15, second is $10, and third is $5.
This match will follow GSSF?s original course of fire. For target, distance, rounds, and timing specifications, see PDF under ?Extra Details? at left.
All competitors in the GSSF Indoor League Series must be GSSF Members and compete using Glocks that conform to Stock, Unlimited, and/or Pocket division rules. Memberships may be applied for or renewed on the day of the match.
Check in starts at 7:30 am. Competitors will be squadded according to arrival times. First squad will begin competition at 8 am. Last check in is 11:30 am.
A Glock pistol will be awarded in a random prize drawing after completion of all three matches. Each participant who attends two or more matches is allotted a chance to win the pistol. Competitors who shoot multiple runs may have their name entered once for each completed run.
For each division ONLY the first course of fire will be placed in the rankings and ONLY the first course of fire will be eligible for the 500 or the 250 (Pocket GLOCK) Club ranking.
For division awards, the GSSF League uses the ?Lewis? prize allocation system to distribute awards as equitably as possible.
During a League competition, where there will be more than one match, the scores are totaled and ?averaged? at the end of the 3-match series. If a shooter shoots in only 2 of the 3 matches, their scores are totaled and divided by 2. If they shoot in all 3 matches, their highest 2 scores are totaled and divided by 2.
The result is one final score for each shooter, which is then listed in the overall order in which they finished from highest to lowest. The overall list is then divided into thirds (i.e., the top one-third is ?A? class, the second one-third is ?B? class, and the third one-third is ?C? class). Plaques will be awarded to the top competitor of each class for the Stock division.
First place plaques will be awarded for Unlimited and Pocket divisions, and special recognition categories Woman, Senior (55+), and Junior (<18) in the Stock division. Other prizes awarded by drawing include knives, t-shirts, and caps. DIVISIONS Participants may shoot more than one pistol at each event. The course of fire may be shot more than once per pistol (additional fees apply). Competitors may shoot an official entry in all of the divisions. Any additional entries per a division will count for additional entries of the random drawing, but not for the official results. Stock GLOCK Firearms are considered to be ?Stock? if all firearm components are or ever have been available from GLOCK, Inc. Additional allowable modifications are specified below: - ?Hogue-Grip? type sleeves, ?A-Grip? panels, ?skateboard tape? or other grip-enhancing materials that do not materially alter the function of the stock firearm - Slide and barrel stripping and/or refinishing - Pearce Grip, Inc. grip extenders only on subcompact and slim-line models - Aftermarket replacement non-metallic base plates on magazines - Post and notch sights (?partridge? sights) excluding any sight requiring slide modifications. Please note that fiber-optic and express sights are approved. Any combination of GLOCK produced firearm parts that do not, in the sole opinion of the Range Master, result in a significant competitive advantage in the stock division are safe to utilize. Unlimited - Does not qualify for the special recognition patches - ?500 or 250 Club? The following modifications will necessitate placement of the firearm in the Unlimited Class: - Any non-post and notch sights including, but not limited to, ?Ghost Ring? or laser, electronic and optical sights. - Wrap-around ?grip sleeves? on magazines - Aftermarket component parts and barrels - Recoil spring guide/recoil reducer assemblies - Aftermarket extended slide stop levers - Firing pins (modified/aftermarket) - Connectors (modified/aftermarket) - Metallic magazine well ?funnels? or ?slugs? - Lights or other barrel weights - Any modification deemed by the Range Master to create an unfair competitive advantage Pocket GLOCK (Stock) - G42 - G43
Just because you are picking up your homework again this fall doesn’t mean you have to put down your bow. Join us for NASP league and you can practice every week… for prizes!
If you were a member of a public, private, parochial, or homeschool program during the 2018-2019 school year, or are planning on joining this year, sign up for this league and compete from September to November. Prizes include archery gear, arrows, and possibly a bow or two.
Don’t have any experience with the National Archery in the Schools Program? You can still join by first getting up to speed with our one-session Introduction to NASP class September 10 3:30-4:30 p.m.
Tuesday line meets 5:15-6:15 pm
Friday line meets 4-5 pm
This league is listed as meeting twice per week. Participants select one regular day to attend and can do make-ups as needed during the alternate day. No make-ups are permitted during other times – league must be shot during scheduled times. Make up rounds may be completed PRIOR to or during the missed week only.
Students may join after league rounds have begun, however the registration fee cannot be prorated and make-ups aren’t permitted for missed weeks.
Bows and arrows available for those without access to their own gear.
One Mathews Genesis bow will be awarded by drawing for every 20 participants!
Our Center Shot Archery Academy intermediate level class is open to students who have previously been enrolled at the intermediate level OR have achieved the listed prerequisites.
Lessons will focus on the form, equipment, and attitude needed to shoot a bow in recreational and competitive settings. Each session includes a short lesson and coaching while students are on the line. Students will receive their own copy of the National Training System (NTS) shot cycle, a stretch band, a string bow, and a finger sling.
No personal equipment is required, but should start to be considered.
Ages 8 and over.
– Name at least four steps of the NTS Shot Cycle
– Earn at least 4 pins (white pin) in any discipline
This event requires pre-registation. To register email Jamie.email@example.com with your full name, affiliation, ages of children you work with, and phone number. This workshop is limited to 20 participants…register today!
Join us as we investigate ways to use literature books to engage children in meaningful interdisciplinary lessons. We will connect literature books with simple, long-term science investigations.
Who should attend?– this workshop is designed for preschool- aged through 2nd grade formal and informal educators and day care providers.
Workshops participants will receive:
- bird related science- focused lessons
- bird related literature books
- Bird of Nebraska Field Guide
- 3 hours of approved in-service hours
Take a break from the books this semester and pick up a bow at the Outdoor Education Center’s College Night on the Range. All college-age students shoot for only $5! This includes instruction and equipment if necessary, but personal equipment is also welcome.
No registration needed! Doors open at 8:30 pm and archers can shoot until 10 pm. No additional admittance after 9 pm. (Range will not be available during academic holiday weeks.)
Join us for this popular league for pistol enthusiasts of all skill levels. Pick from optical (red dot/scope) or metallic sight divisions, depending on your equipment.
Scores for each evening and a cumulative score for the 8 week series offer plenty of opportunity to get in on the action.
Course of fire: Target B-33, 50 rounds total in 15 minutes. Start at 5 yards – 15 rounds; 15 yards – 20 rounds; 25 yards – 15 rounds.
Minors ages 12-18 must be accompanied by parent or legal guardian. Shooters provide their own .22 pistol and ammunition.
Participants may arrive and start any time between 5-7:15 pm.
This rifle shooting league will be fun and exciting for shooters of all ages and skill levels. There will be scoped and iron sight divisions. Shooters will provide their own .22 rifle and ammunition.
This league runs for 8 weeks, with scores for each evening and a cumulative score for the series.
Participants may arrive and start any time between 5:00-7:15 p.m.
Ages 8 and up. Minors must be accompanied by parent or legal guardian.
Explore Archery is a fun and perfect fit for beginners of any ability wanting to get started in the sport of archery.
If a student is fairly new to archery and looking for a full introductory program, Explore Archery has everything you need – bows, arrows, and enthusiastic instructors! You’ll learn range safety, fundamentals of archery shooting, and parts of a bow and arrow – plus receive skill-building coaching and play exciting games.
Ages 8 and over.