A hunter education class is planned from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday at Carr Township Conservation Club, 7709 W. County Road 350S, Medora.
Participants must attend each day and pass a test at the end of the course to receive a hunter education certification, according to a news release.
Classes are free of charge. Topics include archery and tree stand safety, laws and regulations, firearms and ammunition, survival and blood tracking, muzzleloading and black powder and hunter ethics.
Those who wish to attend must preregister at indianahuntereducation.com. Click on “Traditional Course,” scroll to the correct date and location, click “Register Now” and fill in appropriate boxes to register students.
A hunter education certificate is required for anyone born after Dec. 31, 1986, to purchase a hunting license.
Anyone younger than 12 years of age needs to be accompanied by an adult.
Participants are welcome to bring lunch Saturday or hot dogs and chips will be provided.