Adult Archery  Program (AAP)
is a USA Archery program designed to teach archery to students age 21 and older. Similar to the JOAD program, AAP offers instruction in both recurve and compound disciplines by certified  
instructors and coaches. Learning begins with range safety and proper shooting technique, and archers progress into more advanced techniques. 
AAP archers are encouraged to participate in club activities and tournaments.  These events are posted on the AIM calendar, and email reminders are sent regularly. AAP goals are set by USA Archery, and as each goal is met, the archer earns an achievement pin. 

To qualify for an AIM AAP membership, an archer must complete an AIM approved archery course.  The Explore Archery program (click the tab above for more details) is an ideal starting point; however, an archer who is familiar with range safety can join the program directly.

  • There is a one-time club registration fee of $25, which includes a club t-shirt, lanyard, stretch band, and information packet.  
  • The block fee for AAP is $120 with a 10% discount off the total price when more than one family member registers. 
  • The block fee is collected on a quarterly basis and includes nine AAP sessions (three Saturdays per month) and any of the open range sessions (see calendar for dates and times).  Each block includes pin shoots.
  • AAP indoor sessions begin at 2 pm.  Arrive early to check in, assemble your equipment, and warm up.
  • AAP archers must be active members of US Archery, which is an annual fee of $60.  Visit for registering.
  • Classroom equipment available for archers who do not have their own.

INDOOR programs are held at Bass Pro Shops, 2 Commerce Drive, Hooksett, NH.
OUTDOOR programs are held at the Derryfield School 2108 River Rd. Manchester, NH

Quarterly Schedule:

First Block:
January, February, March
Second Block:
April, May, June
Third Block:
July, August, September
Fourth Block:
 October, November, December

To register for AAP, visit our Registration Forms page.

For more information, contact the team at
         Dan Bolduc (Level IV - NTS National Coach) 603-707-0684

         Brandon Beretta (Level III/Community Coach - NTS) 603-714-8856 or