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Prepare to be awed by Samson the live Bison with Rolling Thunder’s Chipa Wolfe. Learn basic survival skills from experts. Living from the land was a way of life for native people & early pioneers. Chipa shares the connection that the native people have to the land & animals. Earth Skills Club members demonstrate traditional skills including flint knapping, matchless fire starting, cordage making and primitive cooking. Learn how to make music with Nature Instruments from natural objects & Create Lean–tos, Forts & Spider Shelters -the perfect hideaway using branches.
PLUS! Meet Primitive Skills Expert Mark Warren author of Two Winters in a Tipi: My Search for the Soul of the Forest signing his book & offering 2 workshops. Advance Registration is required by November 15 (limited spaces.)
Stalking Workshop teaches how to get closer to wild animals to observe, photograph or hunt. Emulate the fluidity of a fox & patience of a heron while learning the trick of invisible movement. $10 CNC Members/ $15 General Public
Looking at the Forest through the Eyes of the Cherokee
Make Cherokee crafts w/ woodland materials then learn about wild plant foods & medicines. $5 CNC Members/ $10 General Public; Advance Registration is required for this workshop by November 15 (limited spaces.).
email@example.com 770-992-2055 x237 General Admission $10 for adults, $7 for seniors 65 and older and $7 for students 13-18, $6 for children 3-12, and free Members and for children 2 and under - Additional Fees for Special Workshops