October 8 2022, 9:00am
Bring the family to participate in flintknapping demonstrations and tutorials, traditional bow-making, an atlatl range, other demonstrations of primitive skills, native plant walks, and more. Artifact identification lasts from 10 am to 2 pm.
Tent camping, fishing, and hiking are available at the 940 acre McCully Heritage Project. The McCully Heritage Project is a private non-profit environmental center located 1 mile south of Kampsville on Crawford Creek Road.
*This event is not for buying, selling or trading of relics. No local chert collections without property owner permission.