Sign Up For BOW in the Snow, DEC
Registration is open from November 19 through December 3, 2019, and DEC will choose registrants via lottery. Limited spaces are available.
Winter in New York can last up to six months. Why not learn to enjoy it to the fullest? Sign up for BOW (Becoming an Outdoors-Woman) in the Snow to learn:
- Cross Country Skiing
- Winter Camping & Survival
- Fat Tire Biking
- Dutch Oven Cooking
- Wild Game Cooking
- Ice Fishing
- K-9 First Aid
- Firearm Safety
BOW in the Snow Winter Workshop - February 7-9, 2020, Allegany State Park Camp Allegany (Red House, NY) - Registration is open from November 19 through December 3, 2019, and DEC will choose registrants via lottery. Limited spaces are available.
The cost is $240 per person.
Lodging: Camp Allegany is dormitory-style lodging with 4-5 persons to a room. Beds are all single beds (no bunks). Newly installed heating in each room provides a warm stay. Bathrooms are shared. You must bring linens for sleeping and towels/toiletries.
There are no single rooms available and there is no discount if you do not stay at the camp.
Registration Lottery: Registration for the workshop is determined via lottery. Registrations must be postmarked by December 3, 2019 to be entered into the lottery. You will be notified if your registration was chosen. If your envelope is not chosen, you will have the choice to be placed on a waiting list or have your registration and payment destroyed.
Coming with a friend? If you would like to attend with a friend(s), send both/all of your registration forms in the same envelope. This will ensure that if one of you gets chosen in the lottery, you all will get in.
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