New to Archery?
Looking to try out archery but don't know where to start? Visit our clubs page and choose a club that is most convenient for you. Contact the club rep to find out cost, schedule, etc. and then get shooting!
AANS is now accepting nominations for the Support4Sport Awards which take place on May 27, 2017. Please read over the process carefully and provide all requested information. Please email your nomination to Ryan Francis at rfrancis@sportnovascotia by the end of March 31st, 2017.
Please see the criteria outlined by clicking the award title. AANS is accepting nominations for the following:
In your nomination please include the following:
The Board of Directors will vote on winner and notify the winner shortly after. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Ryan Francis. Again, have your nominations in by 11:59PM March 31st, 2017.
AANS would like to congratulate Austin Ellis for a great performance at last weekend's 2017 Canadian Regional Indoor Championships. Austin traveled to Cass Creek Archery Club, PEI to be able to compete at a sanctioned Regional Site. It was well worth it though, as Austin shot a resounding 274. Earning him a 7th place finish in the Junior Male Compound division.
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AANS Fee Increase Notice –
Because of an increase of fees implemented by Archery Canada, effective immediately AANS registration fees have increased. Below is the new fee structure approved by the Board of Directors on September 27th, 2016:
AANS is currently selling sets of 2 decals. One can be applied to a bow case, accessory box, etc. while the other to the inside of a car window, club house or other window. The cost of the set is $5.00 or $6.00 if you would like them mailed directly to you. A request for decals may be sent with $6.00 to the AANS mailbox*, or they can be picked up at various shoots.
5516 Spring Garden Road
April 8 and 9th
Osprey Clubhouse, Shad Bay
This workshop is for the NCCP Archery Competition Development certification. This is a high level, heavy work load coaching course that is a requirement to be the Provincial or Canada Games Coach. After completing the two day workshop, the attendees must work/coach an athlete for a year and then be evaluated as their athletes compete at a national level event. Since Nova Scotia is hosting the 2018 Canadian Outdoor Championships, this is a perfect time to acquire your Comp Dev Coaching Certification.
Anyone interested in participating in the Comp Dev program contact Paul Robicheau 902-449-9949 or email@example.com