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Primitive Gathering at Tuscazoar - 2004

Primitive Gathering 2004

Showcasing the primitive skills of atlatl,
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


Vendors and Demonstrators

Vendors and demonstrators may set up anytime Friday, June 25 through 8:30 a.m. Saturday.

The admission charge will be waived for vendors and demonstrators and their helpers.  However, for the set-up "charge", you are asked to donate at least one item to the Benefit Auction (proceeds go to the Camp Tuscazoar Foundation).  Items are to be turned in to the camp concession stand by noon on Saturday for public display. 

Camping Fees are the same as noted elsewhere on this web site with no additional charges for Friday or Sunday night. Please observe the Camp Rules as found by selecting “Camping” in the header above.

Meals available: Friday   Bring your own
  Saturday Breakfast  Available without reservations 
  Saturday Lunch  Available without reservations 
  Saturday  Supper  Available with reservations by Noon
  Sunday Breakfast  Available without reservations 
  Sunday Lunch  Available without reservations 
  Sunday Supper  Bring your own 

Craft Sales: All income from craft sales will be for the vendors with no percentage requested by the Camp Tuscazoar Foundation.

Please Pre-Register to help our pre-planning and to better accommodate you. Contact Ken at 330-756-2041 or Tim at axetowax@yahoo.com.

If anyone has any leads on possible vendors dealing with basket weaving or quiver making, please pass that on to us. Thank You.

Camp Tuscazoar is located on County Road 83 (Boy Scout Rd.) just 1.5 miles south of the
State Routes 800 and 212.

Maps showing how to get to Camp Tuscazoar.