Queens Archery

Queens Archery

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Hands-on archery lesson introduces beginners to fundamentals & skill practice using rental equipment, adding $10 toward next visit

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Promotional value expires Feb 20, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required; subject to availability. 24hr cancellation notice $5 fee may apply. Must be 9 or older. Valid only on Saturday and Sunday at 5:30pm, 6:00pm, 7:30pm, or 8:00pm. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Archery helps maintain nature’s balance—hunters wield bows to keep deer populations in check, while Cupid’s arrows make deer fall in love. Keep the circle of life moving with this Groupon.

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$14 for a one-person archery-lesson package (a $30 total value) $26 for a two-person tandem archery-lesson package (a $60 total value)

  • Lesson introduces archery fundamentals—including stance, grip, and aim—with guidance from an experienced archery coach
  • One hour of range time
  • Equipment rental
  • $10 credit toward next shooting experience<p>

Lessons are scheduled by appointment only and are held Saturday and Sunday at 5:30 p.m., 6 p.m., 7:30 p.m., and 8 p.m.

Queens Archery

Each day, sports persons enter a brick façade on 39th Avenue with bow cases and leather quivers slung over their shoulders. Queens Archery was founded in 1967 and remains a clubhouse for the city’s archers, offering a practice range, opportunity for organized competition, and a pro shop that stocks all manner of gear for the sport with a small but passionate following. In recent years, interest in the age-old discipline has surged—in part due to the popularity of the bow-and-arrow-wielding characters in The Hunger Games series—bringing an influx of beginners eager to learn the sport to Queens Archery. In addition to the resident eagle-eyed veterans, the facility is home to a coterie of young archers who take part in the Junior Olympic Archery Development program. The JOAD program is administered by Columbia University archery coach Al Lizzio and certified teacher Erin Vecino, who help youths cultivate the sharp eye and steady pull necessary to be competitive-level archers.

Queens Archery

Each day, sports persons enter a brick façade on 39th Avenue with bow cases and leather quivers slung over their shoulders. Queens Archery was founded in 1967 and remains a clubhouse for the city's archers, offering a practice range, opportunity for organized competition, and a pro shop that stocks all manner of gear for the sport with a small but passionate following. In recent years, interest in the age-old discipline has surged—in part due to the popularity of the bow-and-arrow-wielding characters in The Hunger Games series—bringing an influx of beginners eager to learn the sport to Queens Archery. In addition to the resident eagle-eyed veterans, the facility is home to a coterie of young archers who take part in the Junior Olympic Archery Development program. The JOAD program is administered by Columbia University archery coach Al Lizzio and certified teacher Erin Vecino, who help youths cultivate the sharp eye and steady pull necessary to be competitive-level archers.

Customer Reviews

My husband and mother in law went to the archery and they loved it.
Maribell Q. · February 19, 2013
Fun, experienced instructors made our experience fantastic! We will be going back.
Rhondashay G. · January 5, 2013
The instructor was humorous and informative. Everything he said was instructional and was able to empower everyone in the class.
CQ · October 1, 2012

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