7th Annual Archeolympics
primitive skills demonstrations and competitions
Feb 22, 2014
from 10:00 AM to 04:45 PM
|Where||Seminole Canyon State Park & Historic Site|
|Contact Name||Tanya Petruney|
|Contact Phone||(432) 432-4464|
The Archeolympics, a primitve skills competition, is open to all visitors and is focused on families and friends having fun and learning about ancient lifeways. This is the only primitive skills triathlon in a Texas State Park.
Competitions include individual and team atlatl and spear distance/accuracy, individual rabbit stick distance/accuracy, and friction fire starting race.
Visitors who do not wish to compete are invited to enjoy educational programs with hands on demonstrations.
The Park also welcomes participation by Las Moras Frontier Living History: they will set up thier historic canvas tent to interpret the men and women of the frontier.
The Park's "Friends of Seminole Canyon", the Rock Art Foundation based in San Antonio will have a booth to promote the conservation and study of the rock art in the Lower Pecos region of South West Texas.
For more information and rules/regulations, please contact Tanya at 432-292-4464 or firstname.lastname@example.org