Looking for an evening of action-packed family fun with a competitive edge? Join us from 6–8 p.m. at the Creation Museum each Saturday evening in February and March (excluding March 31) for Extreme Archery, a competitive game for ages 10 and up.
Extreme Archery is similar to dodgeball, but instead of dodgeballs, it uses patented foam-tipped arrows shot from special bows. It’s virtually painless to get “hit” with an arrow, and I’ve been told you get a great workout while playing. It’s a really fun way to exercise!
Anyone age 10 and up is welcome (children ages 10–16 must have adult supervision), and the cost is only $10 per person, which includes everything you need to play, including a foam facemask. Extreme Archery is taking place at the Creation Museum, west of the Cincinnati Airport, every Saturday evening in February and March 2018 (not March 31), with teams to form in March (though players without teams are also welcome to come and play), and a tournament ending the season on April 7, 2018.
Learn more and register on the Creation Museum website.
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This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.