Join First Nations House (FNH) in for Indigenous archery training at Hart House Farms! We will have an Archer who is Indigenous and can share techniques, lessons and cultural components about the practice of Archery. If you have an interest in on the land program, cultural learning and sport, come join!
We will depart from First Nations House at 10:45 AM and return to campus for 6:00 PM. Food and transportation provided.
This event is open to ALL University of Toronto students, staff, and faculty with a focus on Indigenous students from Turtle Island (Métis, Inuit, First Nations, etc.).
Registration Deadline: Jun 14, 2023 11:00 AM
More about our wonderful Facilitator….
“My name is Sonny Robbins and I am a member of the Algonquins of Pikwakanagan First Nation. I am a traditional Indigenous weaponry enthusiast, archery hunter and Okichitaw instructor. I am honoured to come share the day with you on the land. Archery can be a great hobby or sport, as well as an amazing hunting tool. Regardless of why you are looking to learn archery, the basics remain the same and that’s what we will be learning about, proper form, technique, and safety for both target shooting and hunting.”