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GREAT BASIN ARROW MAKING FOR ADULTS (SOLD OUT)

Saturday, January 12, 2013 – Saturday, January 12, 2013 / 1:00 pm

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NOTE: THIS CLASS IS SOLD OUT. THERE IS NO WAITLIST FOR THIS CLASS
Explore the historic art form of arrow making from the tradition of the Great Basin Indians including Washoe, Western Shoshone, Northern Pauite and Southern Paiute tribes in this one day workshop with native Nevadan Washoe/Paiutes, Ben and John Rupert. Using materials found in the Great Basin including obsidian, sinew, wild rose, wild cane and local turkey feathers, participants will learn about the heritage of our region while exploring Native techniques. An a.m. class is offered for children ages 8-14, with the afternoon session offered for adults (ages 15+). All materials are included in the price.




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<b>NOTE: THIS CLASS IS SOLD OUT. THERE IS NO WAITLIST FOR 
THIS CLASS</b>
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Explore the historic art form of arrow making from the tradition of the Great Basin Indians including Washoe, Western Shoshone, Northern Pauite and Southern Paiute tribes in this one day workshop with native Nevadan Washoe/Paiutes, Ben and John Rupert. Using materials found in the Great Basin including obsidian, sinew, wild rose, wild cane and local turkey feathers, participants will learn about the heritage of our region while exploring Native techniques.  An a.m. class is offered for children ages 8-14, with the afternoon session offered for adults (ages 15+). All materials are included in the price.


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