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WILDERNESS SKILLS ADVENTURE FOR KIDS with Steve Sahlin

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WILDERNESS SKILLS ADVENTURE FOR KIDS with Steve Sahlin

Time: September 4, 2011 from 12pm to 5pm
Location: Marblemount
Event Type: folk, school, class
Organized By: Whatcom Folk School
Latest Activity: Aug 14, 2011

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  • September 4, 2011 from noon to 5pm Marblemount

Come to the wild foothills of theNorth Cascades and spend anafternoon in the woods exploringthe ancient skills of survival andliving with the earth… * Help make a primitive shelter* Try your hand at the magic ofmaking a friction fire with bow drillor hand drill* Become “invisible” with natural camouflage* Learn the basics of animal tracking* Shoot an arrow with a wooden bow* Try catching a salmon with yourbare hands* Listen like an owl and stalk like afox* and more…

  • $45 per child (caretakers can come for free if they choose to join in the adventure)

Includes campfire snack (organic hot dogs andmarshmellows)Bring rain gear and sturdy foot wear. Expect to get dirty!

Instructor Steve Sahlin raises his three children in themagical Upper Skagit Valley and loves sharing his passionfor the wild with kids.

 

Please register with Whatcom Folk School:

http://whatcomfolkschool.org/for-students

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