Central Texas Archery is hosting an Olympic Day Event sanctioned by USA Archery. Community members age 8 and older can try archery for free and get a lesson from a
Central Texas Archery is hosting an Olympic Day Event sanctioned by USA Archery. Community members age 8 and older can try archery for free and get a lesson from a USA Archery certified coach. Traditional archery demonstrations will be given throughout the event. There will be other fun and educational activities on site to share with the community the history of the Olympics and the history of archery.
“Trying archery and seeing world class athletes demonstrate their skills is a unique opportunity we are excited bring to our community.” – Jessica Schmer, Central Texas Archery Vice President
Olympic Day is a celebration of the Olympic Movement and the joy of sport by millions of people around the world. An initiative stemming from the International Olympic Committee, Olympic Day was created in 1948 to commemorate the birth of the modern Olympic Games on June 23, 1894. On that day, delegates from 12 countries unanimously approved Baron Pierre de Coubertin’s proposal to revive the Olympic Games, and two years later the first modern Olympic Games were held in Athens, Greece in 1896.
Central Texas Archery is a non-profit archery range in Central Texas. It is our mission to educate youth and adults in the sport of archery, to foster national and international amateur archery competition and support and develop amateur athletes for national or international archery competition. We also strive to create a safe and fun place to promote archery in the community.
(Saturday) 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Central Texas Archery
5400 E Howard Lane, Manor, TX 78653