INTERNATIONAL AXE THROWING DAY
Sharpen your blades! International Axe Throwing Day on June 13th encourages competitive and amateur ax throwers to pick up a handle and toss a few.
Once the pastime of loggers and lumberjacks, axe throwing has grown in popularity in more recent years. Across North America and spreading around the world, clubs and organizations provide places for enthusiasts to practice their sport. Designed to be family-friendly, throwers of all ages participate.
On International Axe Throwing day, clubs open up their facilities to friends and family members. This social event not only offers a chance to check out the tools of the sport, but it provides opportunities to learn about the culture of axe throwing, terminology, competition, and more. Each year, interest grows, and so does the equipment and the competition.
HOW TO OBSERVE #AxeThrowingDay
Join in the activities and visit an axe throwing club near you. Currently a member? Invite friends and family to join you to learn about axe throwing. You can also find axe throwing cages in pubs and breweries. Build your own target and throw in the comfort of your backyard. Discover how-to designs on YouTube and other websites. There are so many ways to enjoy this celebration. It’s also one of our 14 Ways to Foster Happiness. That’s because axe throwing, like other sports, is an excellent stress reliever.
Be safe; go throw and use #InternationalAxeThrowingDay to share on social media.
INTERNATIONAL AXE THROWING DAY HISTORY
The World Axe Throwing League founded observance in 2017 to celebrate the growing, fun and inclusive sport.
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