Glooscap will be holding outdoor 3D shoots on June 10th, July 29th and September 9th.
Previously known as Glooscap Archery Club, we are a small, rural archery club in Western Hants. We are Nova Scotia's longest continuously run archery club, founded in 1965.
The club itself sits on 200 acres of shared wood/park land, of which we lease 55 acres. This allows us to set up 3D target trails, throughout the woods, for our members to practice their shooting. Our 3D targets are set up during our published shoots, as well as one day each weekend during summer.
"Here are four of the members of the Glooscap Archery Club, Hantsport, who have challenged a Halifax club and will meet them in competition at the Olympic Gardens, Halifax, on Thursday evening. The club, organized in December, 1965, has twelve active members. Left to right are Roland Newcombe, Roger Hill, the first member to receive a trophy for getting 6 arrows in the gold, Carleton Schofield, the second trophy winner and Bill Gaudet."
We have a newly renovated indoor, heated, 18M archery range, with 5 lanes, as well as an outdoor range, up to 70M when weather permits.
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Please see our FAQ page for more information regarding our club and membership.
Both AANS membership form and GHAA membership forms must be completed. You can download the membership forms in pdf format below, fill them out and return them with your fees.
Membership meetings are held every 2nd Sunday of the month, from 7:30-9:00pm. All members are invited and encouraged to attend as your input is welcome.
Our next meeting will be 13 May 2018 @ 7:30pm
A listing of our upcoming Courses. Additionally, we offer private lessons at $20 per person, for two hours of training, plus additional practice time. All equipment is provided for the lesson, but you are welcome to bring your own if you have it.
Lessons are usually on Sunday afternoons, but we accommodate other nights. Please Contact Us for more information.
We are located just off Hwy 14, in Newport Station, Nova Scotia. Please see our Contact page for map and contact information.