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Hartwood Days Festival
Trailblazer Adventure Program

Open to ALL YOUTH
(including CUB SCOUTS, GIRL SCOUTS, American Heritage Girls, BOY SCOUTS, and NON-Scouts)

Saturday, 14 September 2013
Come out to the Stafford County Ag Fair & Hartwood Days Festival,
and bring a friend to share the FUN!!!

The TRAILBLAZER Program, is a one-day program that serves as an all-around introduction to the thrill of outdoor sports and the importance of conservation. The Trailblazer Adventure Day features a variety of activities, demonstrations and orientation sessions designed to show children and their parents what the outdoor lifestyle is all about. All activities are conducted under the supervision of experienced Trail Guides with an emphasis on safety.

 

COST: Participation in the Trailblazer Adventure Program is FREE!!!!!

LOCATION: Hartwood Presbyterian Christian Education Center, 25 Hartwood Road, Fredericksburg, VA 22406

We highly encourage you to bring out a friend to this event. If you're a Scout, bring your NON-SCOUT friends and show them how much fun we have in Scouting!!!

Simply show up at the event, and find the START POINT, which will be the Trailblazer Adventure Day booth, which should be near the Ranges. MAKE SURE to pick up a yellow PASSPORT, which will have all of the stations offered. As you go through the stations, get them checked off, and when finished, bring the cards back to the registration booth, and turn them in for your patch. (Completion of all stations is not mandatory)


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If you would like to assist us in featuring your group on the Trailblazer Adventure Passport (hosting a station on the Trail) or instructing a badge, or helping by sponsoring please contact us at trailblazer@hartwooddays.org

Please keep checking back on this page, to see what new changes we might have to the line up. Events that we are working on for this years
Trailblazer Adventure Program (which hare subject to change) are:

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Firearm Safety and Skills

Learn to use Rifles safely, and cover some marksmanship skills.

This station made possible through the efforts of the National Sportsmens Alliance

Basic Archery and Target Shooting

Learn about archery equipment and how to shoot bows at targets.

This station made possible through the efforts of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wenzel of the Manahoac Bowmen

 

Fishing Skills

Hands on instruction to learn about how to land fish. Learn basics of rod and reel handling, casting and tackle.

This station made possible through the efforts of

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Canoeing

This station made possible through the efforts of the American Canoe Association

Black Powder & Hatchets

This station made possible through the efforts of the James River Black Powder Club

Falconry

This station made possible through the efforts of the Virginia Falconers Association

Boating

This station made possible through the efforts of the U.S. Coast Guard Auxilliary

TRAPPING

This station made possible through the efforts of the VA Trappers Association

RESCUE DOGS

This station made possible through the efforts of the Virginia Search and Rescue Dog Association

 

Outdoor Tactical Sports

This station made possible through the efforts of Powerline Paintball

 

Leave No Trace

This station made possible through the efforts of SUBARU and the Leave no trace Trainers!

 

If you ARE a Cub Scout or a Girl Scout or a Boy Scout, Check out our

BADGE DAY EVENT


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