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Outdoor Archery

Amber Hemmerle
1 p.m., Sunday March 23 | $15.

Certified staff will teach the basics of shooting a compound bow on an outdoor range and then provide hands-on practice to see if you are on target. All equipment is provided and the program is perfect for ages 8 and up. Register online by March 20. 

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Where: Winton Woods
Phone: 513-931-1849
Address: 10245 Winton Road
Website: www.greatparks.org

Winton Woods

10245 Winton Road
Cincinnati, Ohio
45231
 
Created in 1939 when its first 905 acres were leased from the federal government. Now the park has 2,465 acres. * 2 State Dedicated Natural Areas: Spring Beauty Dell and the Greenbelt Area. * Frisbee golf, playgrounds, Parcours Fitness Trail, 2 nature trails and a horse trail. * 100-site campground with electric. * Picnic areas and shelters, as well as a campground facility. * 2 golf facilities: Meadow Links & Golf Academy and The Mill Course. * Mill Race Lodge for golf outings, wedding receptions and other special events. * Parky's Farm: educational farm
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