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Arts and Arms 2011

 
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Real Name: Nathan Allen

PostPosted: Tue Mar 22, 2011 10:30 am    Post subject: Arts and Arms 2011 Reply with quote

Conner Prairie will once again be hosting itís Arts and Armsmaking Workshop Oct. 8-14. This is the 22nd year for the workshop. Class sizes are kept small and are held in very well-equipped shops. Some of the classes this year are stock carving with Mark Wheeland, engraving and silver wire inlay with John Schippers, basic and advanced horn working with Art DeCamp, Blacksmithing with Nathan Allen, Knifesmithing with Melvin Lytton, hunting pouches with Ken Scott and quillwork with Shawn Webster and James Blake. Donít miss out on this opportunity to work closely with some fine instructors, have a great time, and learn a lot in the process. For a complete listing of classes and registration information go to www.connerprairie.org Hope to see you there in October!
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