The spring, summer and fall months were hectic for the Thunderbird Atlatl shop but also provided a lot of great memories and a chance to visit many friends.
November brings a little break from shows on weekends and gives us a chance to get ready for the holiday season. We will be working on updating our website, planning more videos, designing a new catalog and brochures. If you have any questions about atlatls or ordering from our online catalog, please give us a call at 800-836-4520 or 607-659-3854. If we aren’t in the shop, leave a message or try us on the cell phone number provided. We will do our best to get back to you as quickly as possible.
We don’t mail out a lot of newsletters but you can sign up for our newsletters and you will receive them when they go out. We will try to develop a newsletter schedule in the coming year. Please keep sending us your comments either on Facebook, through our webpage or by regular mail or telephone, we appreciate your input.
Bob Berg fletches a dart at a workshop. Our workshops have proven very popular. If you would like to inquire about a workshop, give us a call or contact us by email.
Thunderbird Atlatl will be joining businesses, residents and various organizations throughout Candor, NY Saturday, Oct. 11, celebrating the Candor Fall Festival sponsored by the Candor Chamber of Commerce.
Along with the annual Fall Festival Pumpkin Contest and ISACs on both Saturday and Sunday, there are lots of things to see throughout the community including the annual woodcarvers show and quilt show.
We will be at Side Hill Acres Goat Farm on Spencer Road, Candor. Side Hill Acres is located on Route 96, just inside the village limits as you head to Spencer, NY. Side Hill Acres will also have a number of vendors at their site and, of course, their delicious goat cheese and tours of the farm. There will also be wine tasting and a professional pumpkin carver on site. Stop by for a great day and pick up a brochure at Side Hill Acres or at many of the places located in Candor. See you there. For further information call us at 800-836
Atlatlists cast darts in Candor at a previous fall festival
-4520 or 607 743 4379.
Thunderbird Atlatl will be at two places this weekend, October 4 & 5. Stop by if you are in the area of the Second House Museum in Montauk, Long Island or Hammonasset State Park.
The Friends Of Hammonasset State Park will be hosting the Meigs Point Festival on Saturday and Sunday.
In Montauk, check out the Archaeology Fest on Saturday, Oct. 4.
Both events promise a variety of activities and, of course, fun with atlatls. See you there.
Great time at Chimney Point Historic Site in Addison, Vermont (on the shores of Lake Champlain. This weekend is our 19th year here.
It is always a great time. This year there was a special tribute to John and Bette Morris of Vermont. John and Bette were remembered for their giving natures, enthusiasm and strong support of the atlatl.
If you haven’t been to the Stone Tool Technology Show at Letchworth State Park, the 25th anniversary of this annual event is a great time to visit!
Flintknappers and Atlatlists from across the country will gather this weekend on the north end of beautiful Letchworth State Park (the Highbanks Recreation area) near Mt. Morris, NY. Letchworth also features a great weekend of atlatl contests, a Mountain Man encampment, and more. Camping is available.
There will be vendors will amazing crafts, good food, an auction, and great camaraderie. Stop by Thunderbird Atlatl’s booth near the atlatl range and visit. We will be offering atlatl and dart making workshops during the weekend.
Here is the information on the Stone Tool Craftsman Show.
Ready for a weekend of Atlatl Fun? The Stone Tool Craftsman Show at Letchworth State Park is the place to be. In this photo from a previous year, atlatlists join together to cast darts.