(updated May 9)
The Austin Archery Club is OPEN for members to use.
- The City of Austin – Stay Home Order expired on May 8th. Based on this and other State of Texas public communications, the club will move forward to host the Monthly 3D tournament scheduled for Sunday, May 17th. NOTE – This is not the regular “2nd Sunday of the month” date, but was scheduled later to avoid Mother’s Day.
- Coordination of this tournament will carefully consider safe practices, including social distancing, availability of bottled water and hand sanitizer, and start times spaced by 15 minutes. Click HERE to complete the required registration, timeslot selection and fee payment.
- We are also working with ASA on their specific safety requirements to host the qualifier scheduled for June 6-7. The setup will be very similar to our May 17 Monthly 3D Tournament, so we fully expect this event to proceed on the dates scheduled.
- The current guidelines for May 17th are available HERE. Any necessary modifications for ASA will be posted separately.
AAC Management will continue monitoring COVID-19 events, and will provide club updates as-needed.
- The club will remain open until the City of Austin or the Department of Parks and Rec directs us otherwise.
- The 2020 Raffle drawing date has been rescheduled to June 14. (refer to our Fundraisers page)
- We will keep this Updates page and our Facebook page current with the latest information.
- If you decide to make it out to the range, please use your best judgment when interacting with other members to ensure we all remain as healthy as possible. As for group activities, follow the guidelines outlined in the current City of Austin – Stay Home Order.
Both Gates Are Now Being Secured With Bluetooth Padlocks.
- On April 10th we removed the manual combination padlock from the lower gate. This helped ensure that club access could be restricted to support the City of Austin mandated Easter holiday weekend closure.
- We have setup a Gate Kit box at the clubhouse. It includes batteries and laminated instructions for emergency exit. This will cover both worst case scenarios – 1) the padlock battery dies, 2) your smartphone dies or otherwise can’t connect to the padlock.