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Knap-in Calendar

Please submit your event at the bottom of this page.


Saturday, August 12, 2017  to  Sunday, August 13, 2017
Butser Knapping Weekend - England
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/1731460650203663

A weekend of flint knapping and prehistoric tool-making.

There is no formal structure to the event – but this year we are pleased to have with us experienced knapper John Lord to help out. This is an excellent opportunity for knappers of all abilities, including complete novices, to meet, share ideas and techniques, and learn from each other.

All bookings must be made in advance using the registration form and payment options shortly to be posted on the Lithic Studies Society website.


Thursday, August 17, 2017  to  Sunday, August 20, 2017
Sammamish Knap-in - WA
Website: http://www.pugetsoundknappers.com/events/2017%20Events/2017%20Sammamish%20Knap-in%20Announcement.html

Jim and Beverly Keffer will host the 5th Annual Sammamish Knap-in Thursday, August 17th – Sunday, August 20th at their place in Sammamish, WA. (Address 23811 NE 14th Street, Sammamish, WA 98074 98074)


Monday, August 21, 2017  to  Sunday, August 27, 2017
Fort Knapadonia Knap-in - WA
Website: http://www.pugetsoundknappers.com/events/2017%20Events/2017%20Fort%20Knapadonia%20Knap-in%20Announcement.html

Joe Higgins and the Knapadonia Gang will again host the annual Fort Knapadonia Knap-In in August. He promises to have a full schedule of events – archery, 2-inch Goat, 10-speed, bowmaking, atlatls, darts, arrows, making arrowheads and blades. etc.


Friday, August 25, 2017  to  Sunday, August 27, 2017
8th Annual Mosher Farm Knap-in 2017
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/742960392548959/

Mosher Farm Knap-in held in Monon, IN from noon til dark. Come out and chip, chat and have fun. There will be food available for a free will donation. Also lots of room for camping. If you have questions contact Ed Mosher by messaged or by cell phone 1(574)386-0351 or email esdmmosher@hotmail.com


Friday, August 25, 2017  to  Sunday, August 27, 2017
28th Annual Stone Tool Craftsman Show - NY
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/1962105627354196/

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.


Friday, September 01, 2017  to  Monday, September 04, 2017
Primitive Skills Gathering - Grass Valley Trading Post - CA
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/1418087664950717

This is a community event encouraging people interested in various primitive skills to gather and share knowledge. The entire weekend will be an ongoing knap-in with a wide variety of skilled flintknappers. Lessons in the art will be free and plenty of rock will be available to practice with. The Trading Post will have a booth with other materials, tools, and kits available. Various classes will be offered throughout the weekend in various subjects ranging from pine needle basketry, to dreamcatcher weaving, and tanning. Cost of these classes will be dependent on the materials involved. Details for those of you wishing to sign up for these classes will be posted in a few months. Camping at this location is available with a suggested monetary donation requested to assist us in funding the event. A hospitality suite will also be available with suggested donations for the food and drinks included. Please share information about this event since the more attendees we have, the more fun it will be!


Friday, September 01, 2017  to  Sunday, September 03, 2017
Fall Flint Ridge Knap-in - Ohio
Website: http://www.roymillerflintridge.com/Fall2017Flier.htm

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.

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


Friday, September 08, 2017  to  Saturday, September 09, 2017
Skunk River Knap-in - Iowa
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/226023967866957/

Skunk River Knap-In Primitive Arts and Skills Gathering. Located at Oakland Mills, Iowa south of Mt. Pleasant. Check out their Facebook Flier for more info.


Saturday, September 16, 2017  to  Sunday, September 17, 2017
20th Annual Fort Watauga Knap-In - TN
Website: http://www.sycamoreshoalstn.org/

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.


Thursday, September 21, 2017  to  Sunday, September 24, 2017
20th Bois D' Arc Skills Camp & Knap-In at Hulston Mill
Website: http://www.boisdarc.info

In it's 20th year, this unique event has two parts – Starting Thursday Sept. 21st, a free knap-innative arts & crafts show with 60+ booths featuring top-notch flintknappers, artists, and crafters from a 20-state area.
Starting Friday the 22nd, the Workshop Area features the area's finest instructors teaching ancient skills such as friction fire, flintknapping, atlatl & dart, rivercane blowgun, bow & arrow, traps, cordage, edible plantsinsects, basketry, and much more.
An ISAC Atlatl competition is held on FriSat, evening programs include a Friday edible plant slide show and Native American storytellingsingingdrumming by John Hernandez (Mescalero Apache) on Saturday night following the raffle. Food concession and free corn grinding demonstrations at the mill provided by the Dade County Historical Society.
Admission to the public area is free, $5 per night for overnight camping. Workshops are $60 per day or $150 for all 3 days.


Friday, October 13, 2017  to  Sunday, October 15, 2017
Texas Hill Country Classic Knap In
Website: http://mickthurber@gmail.com

Come to Llano, Texas 2 miles west on F.M. Road 152 in Robinson City Park. There are camp sites and R.V. hookups available at the park for those who choose to bring their travel trailers. Enjoy our chili lunch on Saturday. Enjoy the fellowship the entire weekend. There is a 10.00 entry fee to cover the park site rental. We welcome you to attend and learn from some master knappers. Plenty of Texas stories will be told, some true.
Sincerely,
Jim Scallorn, Richard Dobie, Mick Thurber


Saturday, October 14, 2017  to  Sunday, October 15, 2017
Kampsville Knap-in
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/1326000647497986

1st Annual Kampsville Knap-in at the McCully Heritage Project (1 mile south of Kampsville). Flintknapping demonstrations and tutorials, vendors, atlatl range, other demonstrations of primative skills, native plant walks.

Tent camping, fishing, hiking available at the 940 acre McCully Heritage Project. Showerhouse and restroom available on site.

Interested vendors contact the McCully Heritage Project at 618-653-4687 or mccullyheritage@gmail.com

This event is not for buying, selling or trading of relics. No local chert collections without property owner permission.

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