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   April 2014

North Georgia Flint Knappers and Primitive Arts Festival

Apr 25, 2014 -
Apr 28, 2014

The 14th Annual North Georgia Flint Knappers and Primitive Arts Festival will be held April 25, 26, 27 & 28, 2014 at Gatewood Park, Cartersville, Georgia. Thursday April 25 will be early vendors set up and will be open to the public. The event gets underway at 8:00 AM each day and will continue into the evening. The show is open to the public and admission and parking are free. Concessions & clean restrooms are available.

Directions to the event
From I-75 take exit 290 and go east on GA HWY 20 to the 1st traffic light (at Wendy’s). Turn right on Spur 20 and proceed south approximately 3 miles. Turn left on Bartow Beach Road and go 1/3 mile to the show site. There will be signs marking the way. The address for the event, for those of you using GPs is 244 Bartow Beach, Cartersville, GA 30120

There will be plenty of handmade crafts, primitive tools, primitive weapons and works of art. Demonstrations will start at 9:00 AM on Saturday and will include arrowhead, spear point and stone knife making, Atlatl demonstration, arrow and bow making, fire building, hide tanning, basketry, cordage, primitive snares and traps, a nature walk identifying useful and editable plants, soapstone working, pottery and much more. The public will be invited to participate where applicable. All demonstrations are free.

Special Attractions: This year we are proud to announce that we will have an Artifact I.D. Day. Lloyd Schroder will be available on Saturday April 26, 2014 to ID your artifacts. Mr. Schroder specializes in pottery, so if you have complete pieces or shards you would like identified or old points or blades, be sure to bring them on the 26th. NO ARTIFACTS WILL BE FOR SALE AT THIS EVENT!

Our Annual Public Auction: There will be a public auction held at 12:00 AM on April 26 and will feature unique, handmade items donated by the vendors. Door prizes will also be awarded.

Food Vendors: T & C Concessions of Stone Mountain Georgia will be providing the food for your dining pleasure. Local restaurants are a short drive from the event site.

Camping and Lodgings: For those wishing to participate as vendors, a modern campground with full hookups is located next to the show site. Cost for camper sites is $24.00 with senior discounts available. Primitive camping (tents) is permitted at $11 per night. Additionally there are conveniently located motels nearby. Motel 8 has agreed to give those attending the event a discounted rate. Call them at 770-382-8881 and ask for the special rate. Contact the event coordinator for a complete list of motels and restaurants. Vendors may camp at their vending site for $11 per night, but no campfires are permitted.

Vendor Information Vendor fee is $20.00 per 15 foot space if PAID IN ADVANCE of the show. Fee will be $25.00 if paid when you show up. No electricity will be available. Vendors must supply their own tents, tables and supplies.

Don’t miss the largest primitive arts festival in Georgia! For further information contact:

Event Coordinator Dave Swetmon at 770-304-8760 (678-480-1932 after 26 April) or email

or Michael Blackston at 706-283-7143 (706-371-0778 after 26 April), email

22nd Annual Whittingham Traditional Archery Rendezvous

Apr 25, 2014 -
Apr 27, 2014

Hosted and presented by The Appalachian Bowmen of Sussex County, New Jersey. Near Newton, NJ

Two 20 target 3-D ranges, archery golf course, practice and novelty ranges, stump shoot and arcade range, flying disc range, vendors, swap meet and much more.

For more information call The Appalachian Bowmen 973-383-6787
or email

Royal Oak Archers Traditional Jamboree

Apr 25, 2014 -
Apr 27, 2014

Oakland Township, MI

30 3D targets, 14 paper animal targets, primitive camping, breakfast, prize drawings.

Contact: Craig Plowman 248-693-9799,

ARTAC 2014 The Real Thing

Apr 25, 2014 -
Apr 27, 2014

Baton Rouge, LA

25 3-D Targets, Moving Targets, Novelty Shoots, Vendors, Door prizes

7:00 am until 7:00pm Saturday
7:30 am until 2pm Sunday
Early Bird Shoot Friday 2:00 – 6:00 $5.00/shooter

ARTAC Members -- $35.00 Family, $20.00 Single, $10.00 One Round

Non –ARTAC- Members -- $45.00 Family, $30.00 Single, $20.00 One Round

Distinguished class, Men & Ladies Recurve, Longbow & Modern Longbow, Co-ed Self bow (same stake)

Dealers & Bowyers welcome--- NO FEE--- Setup Friday


Contact: Mike Wesley, 225-324-6051,

New Zealand Traditional Archery Championship

Apr 26, 2014

TePuke, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand

The major NZ traditional shoot! For more information contact Kelvin O'Hara, 006475331484, or email

   May 2014

12th Annual Baltimore Bowmen Traditional Classic

May 16, 2014 -
May 18, 2014

Baltimore, Maryland

Three ranges with over 80 3-D targets, novelties, traditional vendors and a swap meet. Free parking and free camping.

Shooters contact: John Bogdan (410)-529-9263
Dealers contact: Jerry Deweese (443) 622-4891. ASAP-Dealer space is limited.

28th Annual Stick Bow Round Up

May 17, 2014 -
May 18, 2014

Camp Ta-Ku-La, Chester, TX

An innovative and challenging 40-animal target shoot. Archery supplies, leather goods and knives will be on display throughout the weekend tournament. "California start" allows shooters to shop, visit and participate in the competition. Raffle benefitting cancer research to be held Saturday and Sunday.

For more information contact:
Bill Decker 409-722-0177 or email

Ohio Traditional Bowhunters Spring Championship

May 17, 2014 -
May 18, 2014

Coshocton, Ohio

A 30 target competition range AND a 20-target fun range. Many classes. Novelty shoots, Raffles, Free Vendor spaces, Free primitive camping.

Unlimited shooting:
Individuals: $10 @ day/$20 weekend.
Families: $25 @ day/ $40 weekend.

For more information contact Jim West, 740-622-2704 or Jim Lauvray 740-622-8573 or email

ITBS Rendezvous

May 24, 2014 -
May 25, 2014

Iowa Traditional Bowhunters Society Rendezvous hosted by the Ames Izaak Walton League, Ames, IA

40 3-D Targets, speed round, long distance, pond shoots for adults and kids, aerials on Saturday night and Seneca run. Trading blankets, drawings, raffles and novelty shoots. Traditional bows only. No alcohol on grounds.

For more information call:
David Weiss (712) 297-7434 home, (712) 887-0497 cell

2014 Western States Traditional Rendezvous

May 24, 2014 -
May 26, 2014

The Western States Traditional Rendezvous will be held this year in Central Idaho near New Meadows

Multiple 3-D courses, novelties, kid's range, on-site primitive camping, bowyers and traditional archery vendors. Recurve, longbow or selfbow ONLY. Any arrow. No broadheads. No schedule...shoot until your arms fall off!

To pre-register or learn more contact:
Lee Sisco 208-377-5338

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