|Join us in beautiful Lander, Wyoming for the 2018 BOW Convention March 23rd-24th!
The 2018 BOW Convention will be held at the Lander Inn, located at 260 Grand View Drive, Lander, WY. When you call (307-332-2847) for a reservation, ask for the Bowhunters of Wyoming room rate of $99.95 per night (rate is for two people, an additional $10 per person will be charged for up to four persons per room – children under 12 stay free). To be guaranteed a room and this rate, please make reservations prior to March 9th. Reservations after March 9th will be taken if there are rooms available. This room rate also includes an $8.00 breakfast coupon for each occupant of the room, up to four people – children under 12 eat breakfast free.
Friday March 23rd:
12:00 pm–Set up begins for trophy displays, plus vendor and BOW apparel booths.
4:00 pm–Board meeting for BOW Executive Council.
6:00 pm–Evening festivities for members and the public include a cash bar, hors d’oeuvres, entertainment and games.
Saturday, March 24th:
8:30 am–BOW general membership meeting. Only members can vote at this meeting, but the public is welcome to attend.
**If you’re not attending the membership meeting, check in before the meeting to get the Lander Poker Run map!
12:00 pm–Lunch on your own.
1:00 pm–Deadline to submit your photo contest entries.
1:00, 2:00 and 3:00 pm–Speaker sessions are free and open to the public. We will have Corey Glass, WGFD; Dan Thompson, Large Carnivore Section Supervisor with the WGFD; and the Muley Fanatics Foundation.
2:00-5:00 pm–Submit your shed weight guess!
5:00 pm–Fun and games!
6:00 pm–Annual fundraising banquet, open to the public – this is the only portion of the Convention that requires registration (register online before March 15th by clicking HERE – there will be no sales at the door). It will be a wonderful evening with games, raffles, awards, dinner, and our guest speaker Anna Vorisek (pictured here with her husband Ken). Anna was the first lady to complete an archery Grand Slam of North American wild sheep, and the only woman to have taken all 29 North American big game animals with a bow and arrow.