Founded in 1929, the Robin Hood Pole Archery Club is an archery club located in Winnipeg (St. Boniface) Manitoba and is based on the centuries old tradition of Pole Archery first carried out in Belgium as far back as the 11th century.
Our club has been actively shooting since it was first founded. We are proud of the nearly 90 years of continued participation in the tradition of pole archery first brought to Canada by our Belgian ancestors.
Pole Archery is a sport enjoyed by the whole family, men and women, young and old. We have junior shooters as young as seven and adults well into their seventies shooting! We meet weekly throughout the summer for shootings and enjoy friendly competitions amongst our membership and with other clubs.
We welcome new members to come out and give pole archery a try. We'd be happy to have you join us! It's a great sport for anyone interested in archery and a wonderful opportunity to try something new. We hope you enjoy your visit to our website.
President: Robert Michiels
Vice President: Mark Richter
Treasurer: Collin Legall
Secretary: Robert Huyghe
Rick Lesage, Mark Richter, John Mozol
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We welcome new members to come down and try pole archery. We have bows and arrows available for anyone who wants to give it a try. Pole Archery is a great sport for anyone interested in archery, and is a wonderful opportunity to try something new. So please come on by and give it a try! We’d be happy to
have you join us!
625 Boulevard Provencher Boulevard, Winnipeg, Manitoba R2J 0C3, Canada
If you are interested in finding out more information about the Robin Hood Pole Archery or archery in general, please send an email to: email@example.com
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Due to Covid restrictions the King Shoot and the regular shoots will be postponed until the restrictions will allow shooting to begin.