Here is the schedule for the Summer Knap-in 2014. We hope you can join us!
12:00 Noon: Camping Setup: You may set up your camp site any time after 12:00 noon. Camping spots are first come first serve.
8:00 pm: Evening Fire
9:00 am: Flint Knapping in the Pit. All Day.
10:00 am: Mark D. Steele will present: Wilderness Water Safety: a basic introduction to procuring safe water in the wild or an emergency situation.
11:00 am: Dan DeVries will demonstrate his project of "Brain Tanning" a raccoon hide & "Smoking" the hide in the afternoon.
12:00 Noon: Lunch
1:00 pm: Guy R. Neal will attempt to replicate Crissy Frederick's success in mixing a light and delicious Bread from "Whole" wheat grain. We will be mixing up dough, and making loafs. We will try some flat bread also. (bring some flower, if you want to experiment !!)
2:00 pm: We will be firing the Adobe Oven to bring it up to temperature for baking.
3:00 pm: Cooking some pizza, and Bread in the Adobe Oven. Please bring any baking project that you would like to try in the new oven.
4:00 pm: Community Dinner, Served cafeteria style.
5:00 pm: Erik Kelly of "Charm City Farms" Will demonstrate the value of hugulkuturs and swales in premaculture. This all day project will end in a suitable habitat for growing a variety of melons. At 5:00 pm, Eric will give a short presentation on the procedures and benefits of Hugulkturs.
6:00 pm: Trading Blanket (Bring stuff, you will want something to trade)
8:00 pm: Evening Fire, Stories, Lies and Music are all allowed.
10:00 am: Morning Bow Shoot, Balloons and other targets
11:00 am: Kristen Dorsey of divine-journeys.com Will present "Milkweeds" the whole story. An in depth look at the many edible parts, and uses of the the common milkweed plant. There will be food to sample made with this fabulous edible plant and details about a family-friendly wild edible guide and cookbook written by Kristen Dorsey and wild food chef Tina Gross. Come on by!
12:00 noon: Last meal, and any leftovers.
4:00 pm: Check out time.