Sun, Oct 08|
Woodsong County Park
Primitive Fire: Bowdrill
Learn to create an ember using the bow and drill method, guided by experienced instructors. Discover our tips and techniques that will help you make a fire with limited tools when you need it most! (This workshop includes a Mora knife and a working bow drill set for continued practice at home.)
Time & Location
Oct 08, 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Woodsong County Park, 3494 Abbottsford Rd, North Street, MI 48049, USA
About the event
Acquire the knowledge and confidence to create fire using primitive methods. Experience the ancient art of friction fire, learning the precise techniques and essential principles for successful bow drill fire making. By the end of this captivating class, you'll be equipped with the skills and confidence to ignite flames by way of the bow and drill more consistently.
What to Bring?
- Bring a notepad and pencil (you will want to take notes!)
- Bring a folding camp-type chair (for field activities)
- Bring appropriate outdoor clothing ( Dress for the weather and wear proper hiking boots/shoes.)
- Bring a positive attitude! (Creating a lively and enthusiastic learning environment is our goal, where everyone can have fun and feel safe. We kindly request you arrive with a positive and enthusiastic mindset, as it will help us in our mission to deliver an exceptional learning experience for all participants...Thank YOU!)
- Mora Knife!
- Bow Drill kit (wood)
- 3 Hours of Fun!
***MORA KNIVES AND WORKING BOW DRILL KITS ARE YOURS TO KEEP AND TAKE HOME!***
- Secure Parking
- Portable Toilet
- Picnic Pavillion
Please note that prior to the commencement of our workshops, we kindly request all participants to sign a personal liability waiver. We greatly appreciate your cooperation, as it demonstrates your willingness to adhere to good business practices and prioritize safety. Thanks again. (This form will arrive with your emailed receipt.)
If you have any questions, please contact your host:
See you there!
Primitive Fire: Bow Drill
(This workshop includes a Mora knife and a working bow drill set for continued practice at home.)