Welcome to Lilies archery. On behalf of myself and my deputies, Mistress Emeline de Moulineaux, Mistress Lynette Davejean, Lord Thorn, and Lady Avelyn Carbery, I invite you to join us once again for a week filled with archery and thrown weapons goodness. With the 25th Anniversary of the 100 Arrows Tournament, the Ladies of the Rose Tournament, the Queen’s Yeoman Tournament, the Youth Tournament, and more shoots/throws than you can launch a stick at, it promises to be a great return to our long anticipated war. With the many changes since we started planning this a couple of years ago, the electronic schedule should be up to date, but check in at the range for additional, and special, shoots which may not appear on this list.
Yours in service,
Baron Galen mac Colmain
- An archery marshal must be present on the range during use. No shooting or throwing is allowed without the presence of an authorized archery marshal, or archery marshal in training, working the line.
- All equipment must be inspected by an archery marshal, or archery marshal in training, before use.
- Closed shoes or boots must be worn on the thrown weapons range even if not throwing.
- Never cut through the archery or thrown weapon ranges while the range is open.
- A minor must be 14 years or older to use a bow without their parent or guardian’s presence. The parent or guardian must be within arms reach if the minor is younger than 14 years. Thrown weapons and crossbows can only be used by minors 14 years or older with their parent or guardian present.
Bee Throw: Come throw axes, knives, and spears in this bee-themed throw and learn about bees at the same time!
Bee Sisters’ Shoot: Follow along the story of a bee collecting pollen and delivering it to the queen bee in the hive. Bee prepared to shoot your arrows at flat targets, 3D targets, and speed clout. During the speed clout round, you will shoot as many arrows as possible during one minute.