Primitive Gathering at Tuscazoar - 2001
Showcasing the primitive skills of atlatl, archery and flint knapping
June 16, 2001; Saturday, 10 am - 5 pm
June 17, 2001; Sunday, 10 am - 3 pm
Flint knappers will demonstrate their craft and have items for sale.
Try throwing the Atlatl. Instructors will have throwing sticks and darts for you to try. A practice range will be setup.
Learn about primitive archery. Craftsmen will show you how it's done. Atlatl and primitive archery crafts will be available for sale.
A range for atlatl throwing and primitive archery will be available for a fee. Bows can only be made of wood, sinew or horn, or composite. Arrows made of wood. Fiberglass or aluminum not permitted.
Auction on Saturday at 3 p.m. Bid on finely crafted item.
Exhibitors are welcome. Click here for more information.
The public is invited. Bring the family,
enjoy the demonstrations and try you arm at atlatl throwing.
Hike Camp Tuscazoar's trails.
Cost is $5 per car. A concession stand will also be open.
For more information on exhibiting or visiting, contact: Barb Watson at 330-343-2549.
Your donations will help "Keep the Spirit Burning at Camp Tuscazoar."
Camp Tuscazoar is located on County Road 83 (Boy Scout Rd.) just
1.5 miles south of the
State Routes 800 and 212.