Archery at the Library

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From the Metuchen Library Teen Advisory Board (TAB)

Archery.jpegOn Sunday, November 22 at 2 PM, the Metuchen Public Library will offer 90 minutes of hands-on archery lessons. Metuchenites in grades 6-12 are invited to learn how to practice this lifetime sport using regulation compound bows and matching arrows.

Jerry Duffey, certified instructor with the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP), has been a practicing archer for 30 years, an instructor for 10 years and an instructor trainer with NASP for 4 years. He also makes his own bows and arrows by hand.

The program is free, but registration is required.  Call the Library on 732-632-
8526 or write the Young Adult Librarian at
KLiss@Lmxac.org to sign up. Visit
www.metuchenlibraryteens.org to learn more about archery and the program and
about other scheduled events. Archery @ the Metuchen Library is paid for by the
Friends of the Metuchen Library.

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The programs available at the library and paid for by the Friends of the Metuchen library are wonderful! What an asset to our community!

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