Showcasing the primitive skills of
primitive archery, and flint knapping.
Sharing skills, knowledge and friendships
June 26, 2004; Saturday, 9 am - 5 pm
June 27, 2004; Sunday, 9 am - 3 pm
Craft, throwing and shooting demonstrations
|From billets to finished points
Various flint and obsidian materials
Percussion and pressure techniques
|How to select bow wood
How to make a self-bow
How to sinew back a bow
How to snake skin a bow
How to steam and bend a bow
How to make Flemish bow strings
How to make a bark quiver
|Arrows and Darts
|How to select arrow wood
How to make arrows from raw shaft
How to fletch an arrow
How to balance a dart
||How to select materials
How to craft atlatl
Throwing form and techniques
Practice and challenge ranges open to all
Flint items, atlatl and primitive archery
crafts for sale
Benefit auction Saturday at 4 p.m.
(Items donated by vendors will be auctioned off to the highest
Group camping available
(Group campfire Saturday night - bring your instruments for a
Vendors and demonstrators welcome
back for periodic updates.
The public is invited!! Bring the
family for a wonderful weekend of adventure,
demonstrations and try your arm at atlatl throwing. Hike Camp Tuscazoar's trails.
Admission is $5 per car. A concession stand will also be
throwers, knappers and bowyers are welcome
the weekend participating and learning.
Overnight Camping Fees:
$5 per person or $15 per family for a tent site for one or two
$7 per person or $20 per family for a shared cabin for one or
Contact Ken at 330-756-2041 or Tim at firstname.lastname@example.org
answers to specific questions.
Your donations will help "Keep the Spirit Burning at
Camp Tuscazoar is located on County Road 83 (Boy Scout Rd.)
just 1.5 miles south of state routes 800 and 212.
Maps showing how to get to Camp Tuscazoar.