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The Fall River Rod and Gun Club to host Annual Field Day on September 18th


Field Day 2022

The Fall River Rod and Gun Club is pleased to announce our annual Field Day for the public on Sunday, September 18th with a rain date the following Sunday, September 27th. There will be many introductory events to allow both young and old to try their hand at trap shooting, skeet shooting, sporting clay shooting and archery as well as fishing on site. All ammunition will be provided free of charge.

The pistol house will be open and available for the kids to have an opportunity to be introduced to our Junior Club, and to try their hand at shooting. There will be 22 caliber rifles as well as pistols available for the public. We will also have an outdoor BB gun range for the kids. Field Day is open to the public with a focus on safety and introduction to the shooting sports. (All minors must be accompanied by an adult and we will provide all necessary eye and ear protection). We will have NRA Certified Range Safety Officers at all events.

There will be a free hot dog, soda and chips for the kids, (donated by the club) and the kitchen will be open all day for breakfast and lunch. Various vendors will also be on site to show off their wares and we encourage all to consider purchasing their products and/or services as appropriate on site. Vendors should contact John at (912)552-3314

Vendors should plan on setting up booths/tables around 7AM. There is no charge for vendors who wish to attend Field Day. Generators will be set up for anyone needing electricity. There will be membership applications available and if you sign up for membership on field day you will receive the rest of this year’s dues for free and will be paid up for all of 2023. Come and enjoy the outdoors and see what The Fall River Rod and Gun Club has to offer.

You will be amazed!

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Lifelong New Bedford Resident, Umass Dartmouth & NBHS alum. Passionate, sarcastic and informed. Avid duckpin bowler and a lover of amazing food, fine wine and awesome movies.

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