EWC Beginning Dog Agility and Walleye Fishing
Wednesday, April 05, 2017
EWC highlights upcoming Beginning Dog Agility and Walleye Fishing class time change
BEGINNING DOG AGILITY
Instructor: Penny Hutchison & David Reynolds
Agility is the fastest growing dog sport in the US, appealing to dog lovers of all ages. It is exciting for the handler/owner, the dog, and spectators. Agility is designed to demonstrate a dog’s willingness to work with its handler in a variety of situations, and to do so really fast. To enroll in this class, owner and dog must have taken and passed Level I Dog Obedience. To ensure that the owner has full control of his/her dog and for the safety of class members and their dogs, each dog must have learned: Come, Sit, Down, Stay, Wait, and Heel. Vaccination records are required, including Bordetella, Rabies, DA2PP. 6 foot leash, choke collar also required.
Date: Tuesday/Thursday April 18, 20, 25, 27 and May 2, 4, 9
Location: WNG Armory
Announcing time change
WALLEYE: Do you hunt or Fish? Maybe both!
Instructor: Jason Vowers
This two evening class will include topics such as live & artificial baits---when & where to use what, tying on lures, equipment (because you can’t have just one fishing rod), changing lure presentations for a variety of conditions---fishing for the weather, electronic gear to enhance your “catching” odds, and more.
Date: Tues April 18
Date: Thurs April 20
Location: Tebbet 132
To register for these classes or others, contact the EWC Community Education office at 307.532.8323 or stop by to visit them at 3200 West C Street in Torrington.