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Knap-in Calendar

Please submit your event at the bottom of this page.


Saturday, October 25, 2014  to  Saturday, October 25, 2014
Genesee Valley flint Knappers
Website: http://gvknappers.tripod.com/

Letchworth State Park. Mt. Morris, New York. Highbanks, North Shelter. Indoor fire place. Call Dana for more info. 716-474-5841. One day get together and board meeting. All are welcome. There will be at least one rock supplier. Bring your work and artifacts to share with the group.


Friday, October 31, 2014  to  Sunday, November 02, 2014
Southwest Louisiana Knap-in - Vinton, LA
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 kind and welcoming host, Tex Holloway, is the heart and soul of the event. You won\'t get away without meeting him. The event meets in a local park with includes a fishing lake, showers, cabins and trailer sites. http:www.niblettsbluffpark.com


Saturday, November 08, 2014  to  Saturday, November 08, 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, November 15, 2014  to  Saturday, November 15, 2014
Fall Field Day Knap-in - Greenville SC
Website: http://www.flintknappers.com/fliers/fall_field_day.jpg

The Archaeological Society of South Carolina - Fall Field Day in Greenville’s Croft Park.

Bring your primitive skills or just your interest and visit with demonstrators and interpreters of the past. We will have potters, flintknappers, basket-making, wood working, blacksmiths, and more. If you would like to demonstrate a primitive skills, we\'d love to have you join us. Please contact Michael Miller at 330-224-0016 | michael@flintknappers.com to sign up, or for more information.

Website: http:www.southeasternarchaeology.organnual-meetingdetails


Wednesday, November 19, 2014  to  Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Manchester England Knap-in
Website: http://exarc.net/events/immersed-lithics-direct-engagement-stones-prehistory

This one-day event, organized by archaeology postgraduate research students from the University of Manchester and elsewhere (in conjunction with the Manchester Museum and the Lithics Studies Society), will include flint knapping demonstrations by professional knapper, Karl Lee, as well as a variety of hands-on workshops. In the workshops participants will be encouraged to investigate first-hand the interaction between people and materials through the processes of working stone by knapping and grinding.


Friday, January 30, 2015  to  Saturday, January 31, 2015
Roaring Springs Texas Knap-in

The Third Annual Knapp-in and artifact sale will be sponsored by the Mottley County Chamber of Commerce on Friday, January 30 afternoon and all day Saturday January 31, 2015.

The last two years have been very successful and great fun. Come and join the fun, education, and fellowship.

Roaring Springs Texas is located on Texas Hyw 70 - 8 miles south of Matador, Texas. There are trailer hook-ups and primitive camp areas. There are Hotel and motel rooms available near by

Sales tables are available for $25.00 per table for the two days. Demonstration and display only tables are available at no charge. Food is available on site at nominal cost.. There is admission charge.

For information or to reserve tables and trailer spaces - call 903-261-1044 (Robert) or
email - robert.j.hall@ttu.edu .
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Friday, February 27, 2015  to  Sunday, March 01, 2015
8th annual Stone Age and Primitive Arts Festival
Website: http://www.knapfest.com

EIGHTH ANNUAL
STONE AGE AND PRIMITIVE ARTS FESTIVAL

Friday, February 27th to Sunday, March 1st 2015
Time: 8:00am – 4:00pm
Admission: $4.00 per vehicle (up to 8 occupants)

Join us for our eighth annual Stone Age & Primitive Arts Festival. Gather keen insight into how early man lived and worked. Participate in demonstrations of flint knapping, the art of projectile point fashioning; along with deer hide brain tanning, bone, wood, and antler carving. Observe old world and new world bow and arrow construction, basket weaving, and early pottery. Competitions in Atlatl throwing and primitive archery are scheduled. An auction will be held on Saturday to auction off donated artwork.

Primitive Camping will again be free for vendors, demonstrators, and interpreters.

More Camping information at floridastateparks.orgOchlockonee River

Jason Vickery
Park Services Specialist
Ochlockonee River State Park
429 State Park Rd. Sopchoppy, FL 32358
(850)962-2771
jason.vickery@dep.state.fl.us

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