November 24 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
A knap-in is a gathering of craftsmen who chip (knap) flint to replicate arrow heads, spear points, knives and other implements that sustained, fed and clothed native people for thousands of years. Some of the best knappers will be here to demonstrate how ancient-made tools and knapping have become a beautiful and collectable modern art form. Visitors are welcome to watch or try a hand at knapping. Finished items available for purchase.