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AIC Archery

Schedule

We will be closed for archery through April 7, 2020 during the shelter in place order in Illinois.  

March 2020 Schedule

Reserve your space by sending us an e-mail us at archery@aicchicago.org. We will post when the online registration for classes is working on the archery registration page! Each class has a limited number of spots.

Saturday/Sunday Schedule
JOAD Practice                    12:30-1:50
Youth Class (age 8-17)       1:00-1:50pm
Class                                     2:00-2:50pm
Class                                     3:00-3:50pm
Open Lane (based on availability)   2:00-4:00pm

Tuesday and Friday Evening Schedule
Class (all ages)                     6:00-6:50pm
Class                                     7:00-7:50pm
Class                                     8:00-8:50pm
Open Lane (based on availability)   6:00-8:50pm

  • All classes $20 ($25 beginning April 1st)

  • Also available for private lessons, parties and special events (pricing varies, please contact archery@aicchicago.org for details)

  • Open lane and additional classes may be arranged at other times with a six archer minimum

Archery Shop

AIC Archery Program

Origins

The AIC Archery program started in 2011 as an after school program. Equipment and funding were provided by Easton Foundations. It began as an educational activity to engage youth with STEM learning by utilizing archery as cultural pedagogy.

In January 2014, the program was revamped to include the USA Archery affiliated Junior Olympic Archery Development (JOAD) club and Adult Archery Program (AAP), along with weekly lessons to further involve Chicago communities.

Staff

Tammy Besser – Archery Coordinator
Tammy Besser is a USA Archery Level 4-NTS Coach. In addition to coaching at AIC, Tammy is currently the Archery Club coach at Northwestern University and instructs veterans with disabilities. She previously instructed with World Sport Chicago and the Chicago Archery Center. Tammy’s also certified by Archery Education Resources and participate in workshops on equipment repair and maintenance and bow-fitting. Tammy is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and has received training on many of the interventions and techniques commonly employed in sports psychology.

Michael Garcia – Archery Coordinator
Michael Garcia is Choctaw and a USA Archery Level 2 Instructor.

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Junior Olympic Archery Development and Adult Achievement Club

We are a Junior Olympic Archery Development (JOAD) and Adult Achievement Club. Contact us to join and for practice and star pin shoot dates/details.

For the most up to date schedule and pricing, to receive announcements, or to register for classes e-mail us at archery@aicchicago.org.

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