For women who want to learn a whole host of outdoor skills, not much beats attending the Annual 2012 Outdoor Women Gone WILD in Kimble County, April 21st at the South Llano River State Park in Junction.
Learn to kayak, fly fish, back a trailer, drive a wagon, the basics of football, try Zumba or self defense, make birdhouses, the basics of golf, target shooting, archery, navigation, outdoor photography, basic backpacking and more.
According to a press release, Outdoor Women Gone WILD is a fun outdoor program sponsored by the Kimble County Chamber of Commerce and Junction Tourism to promote friendship, new experiences and fun for women. Participants choose four classes to enjoy and explore new activities. Activities range from very active to table projects.
The only men allowed are instructors. The classes are for women 14 years old and up. Classes are assigned on a first come, first served basis.
The cost for the day is $50 per person.
For more information, go to www.junctiontexas.net, or call Connie or Teresa at the Chamber at (325) 446-3190.