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Feb
2
Sun
Shootout at Salt Creek – February @ Nebraska Game and Parks Outdoor Education Center
Feb 2 @ 8:45 am – 12:00 pm

Shootout at Salt Creek is an indoor cowboy action competition series. Competitors use Old West style pistols, rifles, and shotguns to complete the course of fire.

Events are held the first Sunday of the month November through March.

Doors open at 8:15 a.m., shooters meeting at 8:45 a.m. Hostilities will commence at 9 a.m. (first shot downrange). Event ends at High Noon.

Adults (ages 16+) will be challenged with 3 to 4 stages of approximately 10 pistol, 10 rifle, and 2 shotgun rounds per stage.

Youth ages 8-15 will be able to compete in the Buckaroo category, with 3-4 timed stages of approximately 10 .22 pistol, 10 .22 rifle and 2 .410 shotgun rounds per stage.

This competition series follows the SASS Handbook with exceptions to accommodate an indoor range and novice shooters. The number of categories have been reduced from a typical match. Shooters will furnish their own guns and ammunition (loaner equipment MAY be available upon request for new competitors).

Cowboy clothing is recommended but not required for “city slickers,” though this is part of the fun. No tennis shoes (except for medical reasons), baseball caps, or t-shirts. This is Cowboy Country!

Minors must be accompanied by a parent/legal guardian.

$15/adult, $10/youth

Feb
25
Tue
Women’s Combo Hunter/Bowhunter Classroom Course @ Nebraska Game and Parks Outdoor Education Center
Feb 25 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

This female-focused course is a fun and educational setting for students who would like to earn their hunter education certificates for both Firearm and Bowhunter. The course will be taught by exciting, dedicated instructors who are eager to share their knowledge and passion about hunting, safety, and ethics in the field. Participants must be at least 11 years old to earn their certificate. Students under 19 years of age should be accompanied by a parent/guardian to the first session; parents/guardians have the option to sit in on the class, but it is not required.

The women’s focused Hunter Education Class provides an opportunity for moms, daughters, grandmothers, aunts, and friends to get together and learn more about an activity that is not only fun, but a great way to enjoy the outdoors and become a part of Nebraska’s conservation heritage. Participants will leave the course with basic knowledge, skills, and hopefully the confidence to move forward as a safe and ethical hunter and recreational shooter. This class will spend time on the indoor shooting ranges with exceptional instructors, offering plenty of hands-on opportunities with class-provided equipment. Bring a friend or family member to share the experience!

Class meets on Tues Feb 25, Thurs Feb 27, Thurs Mar 5 in the evening, and then on Saturday Mar 7 starting at 9 am. Please bring a lunch on Saturday. Students must attend all sessions to earn certificates.
About the Location

44th and Superior

Any child under 11 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or guardian every session;
At the first session, everyone under 18 years of age must give the instructor a signed, completed Parental Release Form (download, print, and sign);
All students under 19 years of age should be accompanied by a parent/guardian to the first session to ensure appropriate information is received on dates, sessions, and additional requirements.

You must cancel your registration before Monday, February 24, 2020, at 6:00pm CST.

All registrants for this event must be 11 years of age by February 25, 2020.
To be certified for this event you must be at least 11 years old by the last day of the class.

Firearm hunters ages 12 through 29 must have completed a Firearm Education Course and carry proof on their person when hunting any species with a firearm, muzzleloader, or air gun.

Additionally:

Archery hunters ages 12 through 29 must have completed a Bowhunter Education Course and carry proof on their person when hunting Deer, Antelope, Elk, or Mountain Sheep with a bow or crossbow.

A Combination Course will provide instruction from knowledgeable and dedicated volunteer instructors in the safe use of firearm and archery equipment, fundamentals of hunting, shooting and hunting techniques, game identification, conservation management as well as hunter ethics.

Students 11 years of age and older on the examination day will be able to take the test and complete the course and may be issued certificates of successful completion of both Firearm and Bowhunter Education.

The classroom course is a minimum of 14 hours total and a minimum of 2 sessions. Most classes offered are 2 to 5 sessions. .

Feb
27
Thu
Women’s Combo Hunter/Bowhunter Classroom Course @ Nebraska Game and Parks Outdoor Education Center
Feb 27 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

This female-focused course is a fun and educational setting for students who would like to earn their hunter education certificates for both Firearm and Bowhunter. The course will be taught by exciting, dedicated instructors who are eager to share their knowledge and passion about hunting, safety, and ethics in the field. Participants must be at least 11 years old to earn their certificate. Students under 19 years of age should be accompanied by a parent/guardian to the first session; parents/guardians have the option to sit in on the class, but it is not required.

The women’s focused Hunter Education Class provides an opportunity for moms, daughters, grandmothers, aunts, and friends to get together and learn more about an activity that is not only fun, but a great way to enjoy the outdoors and become a part of Nebraska’s conservation heritage. Participants will leave the course with basic knowledge, skills, and hopefully the confidence to move forward as a safe and ethical hunter and recreational shooter. This class will spend time on the indoor shooting ranges with exceptional instructors, offering plenty of hands-on opportunities with class-provided equipment. Bring a friend or family member to share the experience!

Class meets on Tues Feb 25, Thurs Feb 27, Thurs Mar 5 in the evening, and then on Saturday Mar 7 starting at 9 am. Please bring a lunch on Saturday. Students must attend all sessions to earn certificates.
About the Location

44th and Superior

Any child under 11 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or guardian every session;
At the first session, everyone under 18 years of age must give the instructor a signed, completed Parental Release Form (download, print, and sign);
All students under 19 years of age should be accompanied by a parent/guardian to the first session to ensure appropriate information is received on dates, sessions, and additional requirements.

You must cancel your registration before Monday, February 24, 2020, at 6:00pm CST.

All registrants for this event must be 11 years of age by February 25, 2020.
To be certified for this event you must be at least 11 years old by the last day of the class.

Firearm hunters ages 12 through 29 must have completed a Firearm Education Course and carry proof on their person when hunting any species with a firearm, muzzleloader, or air gun.

Additionally:

Archery hunters ages 12 through 29 must have completed a Bowhunter Education Course and carry proof on their person when hunting Deer, Antelope, Elk, or Mountain Sheep with a bow or crossbow.

A Combination Course will provide instruction from knowledgeable and dedicated volunteer instructors in the safe use of firearm and archery equipment, fundamentals of hunting, shooting and hunting techniques, game identification, conservation management as well as hunter ethics.

Students 11 years of age and older on the examination day will be able to take the test and complete the course and may be issued certificates of successful completion of both Firearm and Bowhunter Education.

The classroom course is a minimum of 14 hours total and a minimum of 2 sessions. Most classes offered are 2 to 5 sessions. .

Mar
5
Thu
Women’s Combo Hunter/Bowhunter Classroom Course @ Nebraska Game and Parks Outdoor Education Center
Mar 5 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

This female-focused course is a fun and educational setting for students who would like to earn their hunter education certificates for both Firearm and Bowhunter. The course will be taught by exciting, dedicated instructors who are eager to share their knowledge and passion about hunting, safety, and ethics in the field. Participants must be at least 11 years old to earn their certificate. Students under 19 years of age should be accompanied by a parent/guardian to the first session; parents/guardians have the option to sit in on the class, but it is not required.

The women’s focused Hunter Education Class provides an opportunity for moms, daughters, grandmothers, aunts, and friends to get together and learn more about an activity that is not only fun, but a great way to enjoy the outdoors and become a part of Nebraska’s conservation heritage. Participants will leave the course with basic knowledge, skills, and hopefully the confidence to move forward as a safe and ethical hunter and recreational shooter. This class will spend time on the indoor shooting ranges with exceptional instructors, offering plenty of hands-on opportunities with class-provided equipment. Bring a friend or family member to share the experience!

Class meets on Tues Feb 25, Thurs Feb 27, Thurs Mar 5 in the evening, and then on Saturday Mar 7 starting at 9 am. Please bring a lunch on Saturday. Students must attend all sessions to earn certificates.
About the Location

44th and Superior

Any child under 11 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or guardian every session;
At the first session, everyone under 18 years of age must give the instructor a signed, completed Parental Release Form (download, print, and sign);
All students under 19 years of age should be accompanied by a parent/guardian to the first session to ensure appropriate information is received on dates, sessions, and additional requirements.

You must cancel your registration before Monday, February 24, 2020, at 6:00pm CST.

All registrants for this event must be 11 years of age by February 25, 2020.
To be certified for this event you must be at least 11 years old by the last day of the class.

Firearm hunters ages 12 through 29 must have completed a Firearm Education Course and carry proof on their person when hunting any species with a firearm, muzzleloader, or air gun.

Additionally:

Archery hunters ages 12 through 29 must have completed a Bowhunter Education Course and carry proof on their person when hunting Deer, Antelope, Elk, or Mountain Sheep with a bow or crossbow.

A Combination Course will provide instruction from knowledgeable and dedicated volunteer instructors in the safe use of firearm and archery equipment, fundamentals of hunting, shooting and hunting techniques, game identification, conservation management as well as hunter ethics.

Students 11 years of age and older on the examination day will be able to take the test and complete the course and may be issued certificates of successful completion of both Firearm and Bowhunter Education.

The classroom course is a minimum of 14 hours total and a minimum of 2 sessions. Most classes offered are 2 to 5 sessions. .

Mar
7
Sat
Women’s Combo Hunter/Bowhunter Classroom Course @ Nebraska Game and Parks Outdoor Education Center
Mar 7 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

This female-focused course is a fun and educational setting for students who would like to earn their hunter education certificates for both Firearm and Bowhunter. The course will be taught by exciting, dedicated instructors who are eager to share their knowledge and passion about hunting, safety, and ethics in the field. Participants must be at least 11 years old to earn their certificate. Students under 19 years of age should be accompanied by a parent/guardian to the first session; parents/guardians have the option to sit in on the class, but it is not required.

The women’s focused Hunter Education Class provides an opportunity for moms, daughters, grandmothers, aunts, and friends to get together and learn more about an activity that is not only fun, but a great way to enjoy the outdoors and become a part of Nebraska’s conservation heritage. Participants will leave the course with basic knowledge, skills, and hopefully the confidence to move forward as a safe and ethical hunter and recreational shooter. This class will spend time on the indoor shooting ranges with exceptional instructors, offering plenty of hands-on opportunities with class-provided equipment. Bring a friend or family member to share the experience!

Class meets on Tues Feb 25, Thurs Feb 27, Thurs Mar 5 in the evening, and then on Saturday Mar 7 starting at 9 am. Please bring a lunch on Saturday. Students must attend all sessions to earn certificates.
About the Location

44th and Superior

Any child under 11 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or guardian every session;
At the first session, everyone under 18 years of age must give the instructor a signed, completed Parental Release Form (download, print, and sign);
All students under 19 years of age should be accompanied by a parent/guardian to the first session to ensure appropriate information is received on dates, sessions, and additional requirements.

You must cancel your registration before Monday, February 24, 2020, at 6:00pm CST.

All registrants for this event must be 11 years of age by February 25, 2020.
To be certified for this event you must be at least 11 years old by the last day of the class.

Firearm hunters ages 12 through 29 must have completed a Firearm Education Course and carry proof on their person when hunting any species with a firearm, muzzleloader, or air gun.

Additionally:

Archery hunters ages 12 through 29 must have completed a Bowhunter Education Course and carry proof on their person when hunting Deer, Antelope, Elk, or Mountain Sheep with a bow or crossbow.

A Combination Course will provide instruction from knowledgeable and dedicated volunteer instructors in the safe use of firearm and archery equipment, fundamentals of hunting, shooting and hunting techniques, game identification, conservation management as well as hunter ethics.

Students 11 years of age and older on the examination day will be able to take the test and complete the course and may be issued certificates of successful completion of both Firearm and Bowhunter Education.

The classroom course is a minimum of 14 hours total and a minimum of 2 sessions. Most classes offered are 2 to 5 sessions. .

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