What is Para Archery?

Para Archery is one of the oldest parasports.  Since the first para games in Stoke, Madeville, this sport lends itself well to participants with disabilities.

The objective of the sport is to shoot arrows accurately at a target marked with 10 concentric rings. A hit in the centre ring (bull’s eye) scores 10 points, with the following zones decreasing in point value until the outer ring. 

Learn more about para archery on the Paralympic Canada website.   

Or contact Archery NS - https://www.archeryns.ca/

para archer shooting at targets

Costs are usually $30/year and $5/visit.  Plus Archers Association of NS membership of $40/year.

 

Breton Traditional Archers

Contact Joe Cooke

[email protected]


www.btarchers.ca
2836 Coxheath Road
902-578-8928

Glooscap Heritage Archers Association

Opens in June.  Has indoor range and outdoor range.  Plus a 3-km path with 20 target stations

Contact Gary Oickle 

902-670-3947; [email protected]

Or contact President Scott Bower - [email protected]

Equipment provided

 

Musquodoboit Archers Association
Northumberland Strait Shooters Para-Archery Club

The Para-Archery club meets at the Westville Town Hall gym on Tuesday’s from 7:15-8:30 p.m.

For more information, contact:
Allan Collie
e. [email protected]
t. 902- 396-5937 
w. Northumberland Straight Shooters Para-Archer Facebook group

Osprey Archery Club

Contact Michael Hebb
[email protected]
4093 Prospect Road, Shad Bay
902-456-9709