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Knap-in Calendar

Please submit your event at the bottom of this page.


Friday, March 24, 2017  to  Saturday, March 25, 2017
Stone Age Art Knap-in Gamaliel, AR

Come watch, learn and join in for some flintkanpping fun. On site camping, bathrooms and showers available.
From mountain home take hwy 412 east to hwy 101 .3 miles on left at three rivers biker church and Gamaliel fire station.
Contact Anthony Raimondi 501-757--2433 or Scott Murphy 417-293-4903


Saturday, March 25, 2017  to  Sunday, April 02, 2017
Glass Buttes Knap-in
Website: http://www.pugetsoundknappers.com/events/2017%20Events/2017%20Glass%20Buttes%20Knap-in%20Announcement.html

The Glass Buttes Knap-in, the best attended in the Pacific Northwest, officially starts March 25.

As always there is plenty of FREE rock for all Roll. Plus FREE instruction from some if the worlds greatest knappers! There will also be free loaner tools, free safety glasses and at least TWO FREE potluck dinners hosted by PSK members! If you need a place to state there will be a 10' x 20' enclosed 'Costco Carport' with straw lining for guests! Bring WARM CLOTHES just in case!


Thursday, March 30, 2017  to  Sunday, April 02, 2017
Pedernales Knap-In

Blanco County Fairgrounds, Johnson City, Texas. Intersection of US 281 and the Pedernales River.
Ron Fieseler (830) 708-5020


Friday, April 07, 2017  to  Sunday, April 09, 2017
Southwest Louisiana Knap-in
Website: http://www.texknapper.com/

The SW LA knap-in is a twice annual event held among the piney woods of Nibletts Bluff Park, in Vinton, LA (between Lake Charles, LA and Orange, TX). Each Spring and Fall Flintknappers and vendors from across the country meet to exchange techniques, sell, trade, and to renew old acquaintances from earlier knap-ins.

The curious and those wanting to learn are very much welcome to browse among the canopies (and perhaps a teepee) of knappers busily breaking flint or sitting enjoying conversation. Join in and learn the ancient secrets of making arrowheads and stone tools. Far different from anything you have ever experienced with friendly folks eager to share. The kind and welcoming host, Tex Holloway, is the heart and soul of the event. You won't get away without meeting him.

This is a family oriented event so bring the kids. Besides, it's free! The spring-time event sometimes coincide with a thrilling Civil War re-enactment also taking place in the park. Contact Tex at 337-528-2496 or texholloway7151@att.net


Saturday, April 15, 2017  to  Saturday, April 15, 2017
University of Southern Maine 11th Annual Flint Knapping Event
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/235091976954705/

The Knapp-In Event is back! The University of Southern Maine's Geography-Anthropology Student Association will be hosting a Knapp-In Event at the Gorham Campus which is free to students and the public for all ages. Activities include: flint knapping (making stone tools), atlatl throwing, geocaching, nature tours, orienteering, sand box archaeology, cave art drawing, presentations, and more!!

Professional flint knappers will be on site teaching the craft of stone tool making, while professors and students from geography, anthropology, archaeology, and environmental science will be presenting on an array of research subjects. Additionally, student research and archaeological materials will be on display along with a 5050 raffle.

Please come join the Geography-Anthropology Student Association for this wonderful event!

GASA's 11th Annual Flint Knapp-In Event
Saturday, April 15, 10am-4pm
University of Southern Maine, Gorham Campus (3rd floor Bailey Hall)


Saturday, April 15, 2017  to  Saturday, April 15, 2017
2nd Annual Kanawha Knap-In
Website: https://www.facebook.com/KanawhaKnapIn

The 2nd Annual Kanawha Knap-In will be April 15th, 2017. It will be held at the Capitol City FOP Lodge on Woodrum Lane in Charleston, West Virginia.


Thursday, April 20, 2017  to  Saturday, April 22, 2017
18th Annual North Georgia Knap-In & Primitive Arts Festival
Website: http://northgeorgiaknapin.yolasite.com/north-georgia-knapp-in.php

Don't miss the largest primitive arts festival in the South!

Held at Gatewood Park, Cartersville, Georgia
Take exit 290 off I-75 to Gatewood Park (follow the arrowhead signs)
244 Bartow Beach, Cartersville, GA 30120

April 19 will be vendor set up day and April 23 will be vendor break down day. Both days will be open to the public, but with limited number of vendors available for sales.

Free Admission Door Prizes - Auction

Watch & participate in demonstrations of arrowhead & spear point making, bow & arrow crafting, fire building, hide tanning, basketry, cord making, trap and snare making and much more!

There will be an onsite food vendor and clean restrooms
Like us on Facebook!
https:www.facebook.comnorthgeorgiaknapin
For more information contact: Mike Swetmon knappermike@gmail.com H-770-253-5164 or C-678-972-9966

Show Flier: http:flintknappers.comfliersnga_2017.pdf


Thursday, April 27, 2017  to  Sunday, April 30, 2017
Webster brown county knap-In

April, 29th wknd my beautiful Nicholle Simmons n I will be hosting the 3rd annual Webster brown county knap-in at my property in brown county. It's a guaranteed good time! A few fellow Knappers you may know who have attended the last 2 years include Aaron Lincoln, Tim Rahrig, Alan Day, James Nichols, Mark Gatewood, Corey Hancock, Gary Parson, Raymond Benefiel Mark A Waggoner, Jordan Kil, Brandon Brummett, Connor Forbes, and many more not named. It's a smaller more social knap in. We swap rocks, points, knowledge and food. There's opportunity to sell some points and material as well as tradebuy. There will be a fire going for cooking and warmth the duration of the knap in. We will be tucked away in the woods on top of a valley. If you have any questions plz PM me. Parking is limited so I'd like a rough count of ppl so we can plan accordingly. There is an out-house and plenty of trees for restrooms. I can accommodate primitive camping only. We make our own feasts every meal. I ask that everyone bring something to contribute to a meal(s) if they can. Last year we had a surplus of amazing food too feed everyone for weeks. If you plan on attending plz say so in a comment below. I also want to get more organized on who is bringing what for food so if you have an idea on what you can bring, list that as well. The famous artist colonytown and state park are 5 miles away. You can also pan for gold n rubies 3 miles away in salt creek. I allow alcohol and have running water on the property as well as a pond. This is a very family oriented knappin. Bring your family! There will be other children here and Nicholle n I will be celebrating our little Lyla's 7th b-day per tradition. I will PM the address to anyone wishing to come hope to see many of my Knapping friends here to kick off the 3rd year!


Friday, May 05, 2017  to  Sunday, May 07, 2017
20th Watercreek Knap-In - Yellville AR
Website: Website: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003775865154

Come join us on the banks of Water Creek for music, eating, arrowhead making, pottery, gourds, jewelry and lots of fellowship. Contact - Gwen Shipman 870-404-6046 or pump1@yellville.net


Friday, May 12, 2017  to  Saturday, May 13, 2017
Moundville Knap-In - Alabama
Website: http://moundville.ua.edu

Are you a flintknapper wanting to share your craft and skills with others or maybe just curious about what a flintknapper is? Come see experts make reproduction stone tools and weapons from rocks at Moundville Archaeological Park. For more information or to register please contact the Park at (205) 371-2234.


Wednesday, May 17, 2017  to  Sunday, May 21, 2017
osage knap-in

Join other knappers from across the country to exchange ideas, methods and materials.
contact bob hunt:
816-807-1334
bigflint@gmail.com


Friday, May 19, 2017  to  Sunday, May 21, 2017
Kit Carson's Knap-in & Native Arts Festival - TN
Website: http://www.flintknappers.com/fliers/kit_carson_2017.pdf

Everyone is invited to this free event. Please see the flier for more details or call Kit Carson at 615-854-9994 or Rick Taylor at 615-693-1087.
Located on the Carson Homeplace - 481 Curtis Chapel Rd. McEwen, TN 37101.

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