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Offline pronghorn23

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« on: January 18, 2011, 08:33:00 PM »
Any word if there's going to be a Bojam (bow-building jamboree) in the works this year?

Offline Whip

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« Reply #1 on: January 20, 2011, 07:32:00 AM »
Yes there will!  Howard and Nancy Edwards will once again host a Selfbow Jamboree  at their home near Black River Falls.  
The dates are May 14-15th.  

2011 Wisconsin Selfbow Jamboree

May 14 & 15
Black River Falls, WI

Beginners to veteran bowyers welcome

Fun for the whole family.  Information and
discussions on how to get started building self-bows,
common problems and how to handle them,
stave selection, bow backings, tools and more.
Space and tools available to get a good start on a bow of your own.
 Large workshop & 40 acres to stump shoot, target shoot & roam.

Primitive camping available beginning Fri. May 13
Saturday eve pot luck dinner & campfire.
Sunday morning pancakes & worship.


Free will donation (proceeds to go to WTA)
Staves available for sale on site

What to bring:

Camping gear (closest motels: Tomah & BRF)
Food & beverages for yourself/family
Dish to pass for Sat. evening pot luck
Bows (traditional) and arrows (field/judo points)
Tools (some will be available for use)


From North:  I-94 Go12 Miles SE of BR Falls*
From South:  I-94  Go 15 Miles NW of Tomah*
*Take Exit # 128 at MILLSTON
S ¼ Mi on County O to stop sign
Hwy. 12 Right (NW) 4 ½ Miles to Old County Rd I (Left)
¼ Mile on left side, long driveway.
N4146 Old County Rd I, BRF

Hosts: Howard & Nancy Edwards
For info: (715) 284-8583  Fri - Sun,  (608) 222-7704  M - Th

Supported by
Wisconsin Traditional Archers
PBS Regular Member
WTA Life Member
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Offline pronghorn23

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« Reply #2 on: January 20, 2011, 12:55:00 PM »
Thank you!...Marked it on the calendar.

Offline eagleone

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« Reply #3 on: February 22, 2011, 06:47:00 PM »
Do they usually have a pretty good turnout?  Sounds interesting
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Offline Greg Szalewski

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« Reply #4 on: February 22, 2011, 09:32:00 PM »
I think there was 25, 30 there on Sat last year. Some camp right there and others come for the day. Bring a dish to pas for Sat diner.
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