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Knap-in Calendar

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Friday, April 25, 2014  to  Sunday, April 27, 2014
15th Annual North Georgia Flintknappers & Primitive Arts Festival
Website: http://northgeorgiaknapin.yolasite.com/

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

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

Vendors offering primitive arts goods are encouraged to participate. Vendor fees are $25.00 for a 15 foot space.

DON’T MISS THE BIGGEST PRIMITIVE ARTS FESTIVAL IN THE SOUTH!

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CONTACT: Dave Swetmon @ deltaworm@charter.net, 770-304-8760 or Mike Blackston @ captmike03@hotmail.com, 706-283-7143


Friday, April 25, 2014  to  Sunday, April 27, 2014
2014 Pedernales Knap-In

The Pedernales Knap-In will once again take place at the Blanco County Fairgrounds in Johnson City, Texas. This is located on the north end of Johnson City, Texas, on the west side of U.S. Hwy 281, and on the south side of the Pedernales River.
You can preview the site by going to either Google Maps (satellite view) or Google Earth. Navigate to Johnson City, Texas (west of Austin), then follow U.S. Hwy 281 north to the Pedernales River. The rodeo arena is a good, easy to find landmark. You will be able to see the grove of trees between the rodeo arena and the barns.
During the last two years, knappers were pleased with this site. We have access to a small covered pavilion (for inclement weather knapping) and a large area between the pavilion and the rodeo arena with several nice shade trees. The Blanco County Fairgrounds offer knappers plenty of parking, easy in-easy out access, several nearby convenience stores and restaurants, electricity for late-night knapping, water faucets, on-site trash dumpsters, and enclosed restrooms. I will rig up a makeshift shower like I did last year. Knappers will be able to camp at their knapping area or in the parking area. Better yet, since the Fairgrounds are adjacent to the Pedernales River, camping is available next to the River if one so desires.
What we don\'t have on site is motor homecamp trailer hookups. However, there is the nice Roadrunner RV Park (830) 868-7449). It is located 1.5 miles south of the Fairgrounds on the east side of U.S. Hwy 281 and just across the road from the Valero convenience store and gas station. There are also a couple of motels in Johnson City for those who want more comfortable accommodations. They are near the traffic light at the intersection of US 281 and US 290. One is the nearly new Best Western (830) 868-4044 and the other is the older and less expensive Hill Country Inn (830) 868-2614.
Given the high cost of travel these days, we are trying very hard to maintain a cost-effective and affordable Knap-In. There will be no charge for camping. However, all Knappers andor Vendors will be required to pay a $10 Registration Fee for the event. As usual, we will once again be asking knappers and vendors to donate items for our Saturday afternoon auctionfund raiser to help cover Knap-In expenses.
The Pedernales Knap-In will be open to the public at no charge. Since we are located right on the west side of U.S. Hwy 281 with high visibility and plenty of signage and parking, we hope to attract the public in good numbers. We will also be submitting press releases to the local newspapers to advertise the event.
In closing, we hope to see many of you the last weekend of April, 2014 at the Blanco County Fairgrounds in Johnson City, Texas for the Pedernales Knap-In!!!


Thursday, May 01, 2014  to  Sunday, May 04, 2014
2014 Water Creek Knap-In

Come join all of us for music, tomahawk throwing, good food, jumping in the creek and a good time visiting. For any information you can call Gwen or Wesley Shipman at 870-404-6046 or 870-656-2022. Join us May 1, 2, 3rd and 4th or anytime before then.


Friday, May 02, 2014  to  Sunday, May 04, 2014
Old Stone Fort Spring Knap-in
Website: http://www.flintknappers.com/fliers/spring_2014_old_stone_fort.pdf

On May 2, 3, & 4th we are hosting our bi-annual Old Stone Fort Spring Knap-In! We hope you can join us during this celebration of Pre-Historic Native American skills and enjoy the sharing of ideas amongst fellow knappers and visitors. The museum deck will be available for knappers beginning from Friday at 2:00 PM and running through Saturday and Sunday, 8:00 AM to 10:00 PM.

See the flier for more detail.


Friday, May 02, 2014  to  Sunday, May 04, 2014
3rd Annual Montrose Iowa Riverfront Knap-in
Website: https://www.facebook.com/groups/219282231502717/

We are holding a knap-in at the Montrose Iowa River Front grounds on May 2-3-4, 2014. This area is right on the banks of the Mississippi River. Plan on having several rock venders on site. Anyone can set up and show off their skills and sell to the public. The city has a park for overnight camping at no cost. We will have archery and atlatl targets set up on the north end of the property as well. Plenty of parking and open space. Onsite modern restrooms. The property owners will also provide food and beverages throughout the event.
This city of Montrose is laid out on the original site of chief Cut Nose\'s village and is rife with indian artifacts. We also have native chertflint (Burlington and Keokuk) as well as geodes around the area. We will hold a couple of rock hunts at some point in the event.
Any Buckskinners that want to attend please feel free. We are trying to get a small rendezvous event going alongside the knapin.
Please spread the word around so we can make this event a success and hold it every year.
Contact Iowaa Prepper on facebook.com or by email: iowaprepper@gmail.com. Private Message me for my phone number.


Sunday, May 04, 2014  to  Sunday, May 04, 2014
Bakersfield Monthly Knap-In, Bakersfield, California

A monthly knap-in is held on the first Sunday of every month. The one-day event goes from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm at the Hart Memorial Park. The park is eight miles northeast of Bakersfield on the Alfred Harrell Highway. Knappers meet at the East end of the park.

Directions: While on highway 58, east of Bakersfield, take the Comanche exit and turn to the north. Comanche curves around 5 to 6 miles and dead ends into highway 178. Turn north on 178 (right) then a quick left (less then 14 mile) onto Alfred Harrell highway. Alfred Harrell 7-8 miles goes into Hart Park. The knap-in is 100 yards or so from the entrance on the right hand side of the park. For more information contact Gary Pickett at: Home: (661) 392-7729, Cell: (661) 444-6163, e-mail: air-o-head@webtv.net


Saturday, May 10, 2014  to  Saturday, May 10, 2014
NoVa Monthly Flintknapping
Website: http://www.novapaleoarts.org

Where: Riverbend Park 8700 Potomac Hills St, Great Falls, VA
Cost: Free!

*Note on Location: We meet at the pavilion at the end of the parking lot on the Left. If this space is rented out, we meet in front of the visitor center.

*Note on the timing of this event: This event has a drop-in timeframe, with no formal scheduled instruction. ~9am is usually when the first people get there, and it runs to at least 12 and sometimes 2 or 3pm. So don\'t worry about having to get there by 9. It can be 10, 11, or anything like that. Likewise, you can leave whenever you want to as well. If there is no one there, hang out for a bit, as it will only be cancelled if there is obviously bad weather going on.

Every 2nd Saturday is a Flintknapping event held by NoVa Paleo Arts. Learn the art of making tools from stone, such as arrow and spearheads. It\'s a lot of fun, the people there are great and will kindly share what they know with you.

About this group: Northern Virginia Paleo Arts is a group of friends who enjoy exploring the tools, technologies and arts of paleo cultures. While at present we are mostly a flintknapping oriented group, there are efforts underway surrounding cordage, pottery, bowmaking and atlatl use.

You\'ll find a vast array of knowledge amongst our members as our individual backgrounds are as diverse as our skill levels (complete beginners to the very skilled). All have an interest in the paleo arts and a desire to share that knowledge.

Visit their site for more details and resources for flintknapping learning and supplies: http:www.novapaleoarts.org


Saturday, May 10, 2014  to  Sunday, May 11, 2014
Ishi Orcutt Memorial Knap-in and Ancestral Technology Faire
Website: http://www.flintknappers.com/fliers/Ishi_Orcutt_Knapin.pdf

The Creative Nature Club is pleased to invite ancestral enthusiasts of every skill level to the ‘Ishi Orcutt Memorial Knap-in and Ancestral Technology Faire’ on May 10th & 11th, 2014 at the new Amungahway Dihmeh Ancestral Technology Village forming on the land of Stone Bear. This will be a fun weekend gathering where artists, instructors and spectators will be able to watch and participate in demonstrations of the survival technologies from pre-industrial times – and to connect with others inspired to explore our ancestral wisdoms. This is a fundraiser for ‘Save the Bear Defense Fund’.
For more information view the event flier.


Wednesday, May 14, 2014  to  Sunday, May 18, 2014
Osage Knap-In

The Osage knap-in will be at the Booneville MRVSEA site again this year, just off hwy 70, exit 111.
For more information contact Bob Hunt on 816-807-1334 or bigflint@gmail.com.


Thursday, May 15, 2014  to  Sunday, May 18, 2014
Loretta Lynn's Annual Knap-in, Rendevous, and Artifact Show

LORETTA LYNN’S ANNUAL KNAP-IN, RENDEVOUS, AND ARTIFACT SHOW

The management of Loretta Lynn’s Ranch, located just south of Waverly Tennessee, are pleased to announce the dates for the 2014 four day Knap-in, Rendezvous and Artifact Show. The event will happen on May 15-18, 2014. There is an abundance of campsites available, with hook-ups, and five hotels within a 15 minute drive. Vendors’ fees will be $12.50 per day. Lots of people caught rainbow trout and small mouth there this past May. The 2013 turn out from vendors was the largest I’ve seen in any Tennessee event, ever. You need to SAVE THIS DATE! This is an event you won’t want to miss. You can call Rick Taylor at 615693-1087 for further information, or email me at Taylors144@juno.com, or Look at the website for Loretta Lynn’s Ranch and call them direct for reservations. The number at the Ranch is 931296-7700.


Saturday, May 17, 2014  to  Saturday, May 17, 2014
GVFKA Annual Spring Knap-In
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/270159053134629/?ref=3&ref_newsfeed_story_type=regular

Genesee Valley Flint Knappers Association, Inc.
Letchworth State Park
Castile, New York 14427

Open to the public. Gathering of the GVFKA, meeting of the Board of Directors. Being held at the Trailside Lodge this year!


Friday, May 23, 2014  to  Sunday, May 25, 2014
Spring 2014 Flint Ridge Ohio Knap-in
Website: http://www.roymillerflintridge.com/Spring2014Flier.htm

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