Outdoors television personalities Ralph and Vicki Cianciarulo headline the annual Cabela's Archery Classic, Saturday and Sunday, July 27 and 28, at the Hamburg location.

Members of the Cabela's pro staff, the husband-and-wife Cianciarulo team host "Archer's Choice TV" on the Outdoor Channel. They will be in the store each day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. to greet customers and also present a seminar each day at noon on their tried-and-true hunting tactics.

This free event offers novice and experienced archers alike a great opportunity to hone in on new archery tactics and share a few hunting stories of their own with the experts. Customers will also have the chance to enter for a chance to win an Archery Shopping Trip of a Lifetime, with one customer and a friend both receiving a $5,000 Cabela's shopping spree. Here is the seminar schedule:

Saturday, July 27: 10 a.m., From the Field to the Freezer: Deer Butchering 101 with Butchering Professional Rick Fetrow; Noon, Hunting with America's Favorite Hunting Couple: Ralph and Vicki Cianciarulo; 1 p.m., Crossbow-Hunting Tactics with Cabela's Expert Outfitters; 2 p.m., Managing your Property for Mature Deer with Lehigh Valley QDMA.

Sunday, July 28: 10 a.m., From the Field to the Freezer: Deer Butchering 101 with Butchering Professional Rick Fetrow; Noon, Hunting with America's Favorite Hunting Couple: Ralph and Vicki Cianciarulo; 1 p.m., Getting the Most out of your Game Camera with Cabela's Expert Outfitters; 2 p.m., Food Plot Management for HealthierDeer with Lehigh Valley QDMA.

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Ontelaunee Rod and Gun Club, New Tripoli, will hold the International Confederation of Revolver Enthusiast East Coast Regional Championship matches, Sunday, July 28, beginning with registration at 8 a.m. and competition at 9 a.m. ICORE competitors from the United States and Canada will participate, and information and registration is available on the club website at http://www.ontelaunee.org/.

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Sunday's edition of "Experience The Outdoors," hosted by award-winning Pennsylvania Outdoor Writers Association member Doyle Dietz, at 7 a.m. on 1410-AM WLSH, at 9:30 a.m. on Magic 105.5-FM and on the Web at http://www.wmgh.com/ by clicking the link to the program, features gunmaker and master engraver Greg Dixon of Dixon's Muzzleloader Shop.

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Schuylkill County Sportsmen's Association meets Thursday, July 25, 7 p.m., at South End Field and Stream, Frackville. For information call Dennis Scharadin at 570-739-2085.

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A basic kayaking course will be held Friday, July 26, beginning at 5 p.m., at Tuscarora State Park, Barnesville. For required preregistration and information, report to the park office or call (570) 467-2506.

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An "Evening Owl Prowl" will be held Friday, July 26, beginning at 8 p.m., at Tuscarora State Park, Barnesville. For information and required preregistration call the park office at (570) 467-2506.

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A prescribed burn was recently conducted successfully on 240 acres of State Game Lands 326 near Frackville. According to Pennsylvania Game Commission land management group supervisor Matt Belding, the area has a unique habitat consisting of scrub oaks and pitch pines which are fire dependant tree species.

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A simulated hunting 3D course is open daily through October 12 from dawn to dusk at Bears Head Archery, Delano, off I-81 exit 134. Sundays, the course is closed from 1-4 p.m. for trap. For information, email docblazer@verizon.net.

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This year's Lake Ontario Counties Summer Derby is underway through Sunday, July 28, and charter captains enter their boats in the tournament in order that clients are eligible for the cash prizes that are awarded for the largest daily fish species and the overall champion of each species.

There is a total payout of $18,550 in cash for this year's LOC Summer Derby, with a grand prize of $10,000 for the largest salmon and has four divisions for salmon, lake trout, rainbow/steelhead and brown trout. Cash prizes for each division are: first place, $1,000; second place, $400; third place, $300; fourth place, $200; fifth place, $100; sixth-10th place, $75; 11th-15th place, $50; and 16th-20th place, $25.