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Knap-in Calendar

Please submit your event at the bottom of this page.


Thursday, July 09, 2015  to  Sunday, July 12, 2015
Hairy Mosquito Knap-in - Milaca MN
Website: http://www.flintknappers.com/fliers/hairy_mosquito_2015.jpg

A one-of-a-kind event, The Hairy Mosquito Knap-in, in Milaca Minnesota. Held at The Hairy Mosquito Trading Post, Dave Ziemke\'s event is for flintknappers, as well as, crafters, fur trappers, wood workers, jewelry makers and knitters. Check out the Flier or more detail.


Friday, July 10, 2015  to  Sunday, July 12, 2015
5th Annual Fort Crevecoeur Knap-In

Fort Crevecoeur 301 Lawnridge Creve Coeur, IL 61610 (near Peoria) Last years event was great, due to the wonderful people that attended. There will be food and drinks available. We will also have a drawing for donated items. All native American and Abo crafts welcome. Knapping supply vendors very welcome. Camping and food vendors will be available. Mark McDaniel (309) 265-8053 mcdaniel@mtco.com , Gary Goodrich (309) 202-4302, Ted Snider 309 338-6933 theolithic71@gmail.com


Friday, July 10, 2015  to  Sunday, July 12, 2015
Fly's Knap-in - TN

No vendor fee. Primitive camping. Food available. Everyone is welcome. For more information please contact Wilson Fly at 931-682-2356. Santa Fe, TN 38482.


Friday, July 10, 2015  to  Sunday, July 12, 2015
P.K. Summer Knap-In - Maryland
Website: http://www.primitive-skills.com/summer-knap-in.html

See website for all the details.


Thursday, July 16, 2015  to  Sunday, July 19, 2015
House Mountain Knap-In 2015 - Lexington, Va

Seventh annual House Mountain Knap-In near Lexington, Va.

As usual we\'ll be at the end of Bird Forest Road on the southern slopes of House Mountain in Rockbridge County, Va. 500 acres of field and forest await you with views of both Alleghenies and Blue Ridge. Hardwood ridges surround us and rise to the twin crests of House Mountain. We have a big log barn out of the sun and rain and plenty of room. Break rocks, swap tales, grow the flake pile. Shoot a bow, watch a hawk soar.

The Knap-In doubles as an informal Indian artifact show. Some of our knappers are typology experts and can help you make sense of your artifact finds. Bring something to show. You\'ll see great art and artifact displays.

Knappers are welcome to vend their wares of raw stone, rough forms and finished art. Let\'s trade some rock and blades!

We have well water on site, multiple camping sites, porta-johns, and a few limited bedrooms in the main house. Overnighters will want to bring food, there is refrigeration on site. The barn always sleeps a few folks. We have generously been provided this location by the owner and simply ask that guests treat the property as their own.

Standard advice to guests: no smoking inside the barn or house please, no illegal substances,pick up trash, dogs are OK if they are OK with other dogs and people. Please keep kids under control. This event features multiple sharp and dangerous objects and fragile things of value on display.

There will be a full meal served on Saturday evening at 6 p.m. We\'ll put out plenty to eat, but feel welcome to bring a favorite dish or beverages. We\'ll have soft drinks and water on hand throughout the weekend.

If you think you want to attend, please let us know so we can plan for the Saturday evening meal. Email or call at the cell number below. Town and stores are 25 minutes away in Lexington.

The location for the Knap-In is easily accessed from Interstate 64 in Rockbridge County, Va., and from the town of Lexington. Directions from your map server should use the destination 1205 Bird Forest Road, Lexington, Virginia 24450. The actual Knap-In location is slightly downhill of 1205. Bird Forest Road is a cul-de-sac so you will find us.

>From the west, travelling eastward on Interstate 64: get off at the Goshen Exit (#43)> left at end of exit ramp> down hill under bridges 12 mile>
turn right at Intersection onto 850Old US 60 east> head toward Lexington on 850Old Rt 60 east> drive over crest of North Mountain and under Interstate bridge (again) and drop down into Kerr\'s Creek Valley on Old Rt. 60.Three miles down the valley on 850Old US 60, take the second state road on the right, Rt. 646 (Big Hill Rd).
There will be signs here for Collierstown Presbyterian Church and Lake
Robertson.Go up and over Big Hill, down the other side, go six miles altogether, and pass dumpsters on the right. 13 mile beyond those, pass an old green cinderblock store building on the right.
Just after the old store, bear left onto Turnpike Road (672)(careful at this intersection). Go up and over the crest of the ridge and drop down into Birdforest Valley.At the bottom of the hill, take a left onto Birdforest Road(644). Drive in three miles, and the Knap-In location will be on your left. Parking is in front of the barn.

>From the east: Take the Kerr\'s Creek Exit off of I-64, left at end of ramp, go 12 mile to intersection with 850Old Rt. 60.Take a right onto 850Old Rt. 60 west, go several miles, pass the Kerrs Creek Fire House on right, pass Kerr\'s Creek Baptist Church on left. 12
mile beyond the church, take a left onto Rt. 646, Big Hill Road. Copy above direction from that point to complete.

Hope to see you there!
Pete Davis
(C):540-462-7488
stonebuster@rockbridge.net


Saturday, August 01, 2015  to  Saturday, August 01, 2015
Schiele Museum Knap-in - NC
Website: http://api.viglink.com/api/click?format=go&jsonp=vglnk_143542163859311&key=d2f6dc3d61fd72ef48d01980d6bfec29&libId=ibf8x5u501000o08000DL55km4aws&loc=http%3A%2F%2Fpaleoplanet69529.yuku.com%2Ftopic%2F62392%2FSchiele-Museum-Knapin&v=1&out=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.schi

Tools of Stone
Saturday, August 1, 1 - 3 PM

See one of mankind’s oldest industries in action as flint knappers manufacture a variety of flake stone tool-knives, axes, arrow, and spear points.


Thursday, August 06, 2015  to  Sunday, August 09, 2015
Tatonka Knap-in - Lake Benton MN
Website: http://www.flintknappers.com/fliers/tatonka2015.jpg

Held at Mountain Park County Park - Lake Benton MN. Open to the public. See flier for more detail.


Friday, August 28, 2015  to  Sunday, August 30, 2015
Stone Tool Craftsman Show - NY
Website: http://www.flintknappers.com/fliers/letchworth2015.pdf

Each year the Genesee Valley Flint Knappers Association (GVFKA) organizes multiple gatherings of primitive skills enthusiasts, the largest of which is the annual Stone Tool Craftsman Show held at Letchworth State Park. The event, also referred to as the New York Knap-In, draws hundreds of participants from across the US and Canada who demonstrate their skills, display and sell their work, and who offer raw materials and tools. Visitors to the Stone Tool Crafstman Show can see flintknapping demonstrations and learn about a variety of other primitive skills that helped prehistoric cultures to survive.

Please see the Flyer for more detail on the 2015 show.

Visit: http:gvknappers.tripod.com for registration and information.


Thursday, September 03, 2015  to  Sunday, September 06, 2015
Fall Flint Ridge Knap-in - Ohio

Come and join us for a fun and educational weekend. Witness craftsmen and artisans demonstrate how to make arrowheads, spears, stone tools, bows, atl-atls, and cordage, pipe carving and other items from hide and bone as well. This is the same location as the Native Americans came to quarry flint they needed to produce weapons and tools for everyday survival. Take a nature walk through the woods on the park trails and see the remains of the ancient quarry pits left behind by the native people. Then take a tour of the museum to learn about the history and geology of Flint Ridge.

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Sat & 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM Sun

Flint Ridge State Memorial 7091 Brownsville Rd, Glenford, Ohio 43739


Friday, September 25, 2015  to  Sunday, September 27, 2015
Bois d' Arc Primitive Skills Gathering and Knap-in
Website: http://www.boisdarc.info

This unique annual event has two parts - a free knap-in / native arts-crafts show starting Thursday, with top-notch knappers, artists, and crafters from a 20-state area making and selling their work.

In the Workshop Area starting Friday, a pool of some of the area\'s finest instructors offer workshops on various wilderness skills and crafts. You can learn the survival skills of our ancestors, and in many classes, take home a completed project.

Overnight camping and vendor-knapper setup - $5 night, a limited number of electric sites available on a first-come basis - $15 night. If you arrive before Wednesday, leave camping fee in the deposit box, Wednesday and after, please pay at the Registration Booth. Food Concession provided by the Dade County Historical Society.


Friday, October 02, 2015  to  Sunday, October 04, 2015
Old Stone Fort Knap-in and Archaeoskills
Website: http://www.tnstateparks.com/OldStoneFort

Contact Park Ranger Josh Waggener for additional information at 931-723-5073 or Joshua.Waggener@tn.gov.


Saturday, October 03, 2015  to  Sunday, October 04, 2015
18th Fort Watauga Knap-in - Sycamore Shoals, TN
Website: http://www.sycamoreshoalstn.org/

Saturday & Sunday, October 3 & 4 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Knapping—with a “K”—has nothing to do with sleep! Knapping is the art of making stone tools, and the Knap-In at Fort Watauga is our celebration of Tennessee Archaeology Week. Watch primitive skills craftsmen make arrowheads, spear points and other survival tools. There will be demonstrations of primitive tools such as the bow, arrow and atlatl throughout the day.

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