TOMAHAWK — The Wisconsin Becoming an Outdoors-Woman, or BOW, program will hold its 21st annual winter workshop at Treehaven Field Station Feb. 15-17.
The workshop offers hands-on classes taught by experienced instructors. Participants select four outdoor activities from 24 options, including those on cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, campfire meals, rifle markswoman, wellness tea, build an ice fishing rod, winter skin care and can cooker.
“BOW provides a safe learning environment where participants can try new activities, build confidence and get outdoors,” said BOW Director Peggy Farrell in a news release. “BOW gives participants the opportunity to learn in the company of other women, providing an atmosphere of camaraderie rather than competition.”
BOW is open to anyone 18 years old or older. All equipment is provided, and no experience is necessary. All classes are suitable for most adults and ability levels.
The workshop costs $399 per person and includes four classes, two-nights lodging, seven meals, instruction, equipment use and entertainment. Registration is open until Jan. 25, 2019, and space is limited.
For more information, contact Farrell at 715-346-4681 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit the BOW Wisconsin website at uwsp.edu/cnr-ap/bowWI/Pages/Events.aspx.
Photo courtesy Treehaven.