John Morris of Grand Isle, Vermont, was the Grand Champion of the Candor Fall Festival Pumpkin Challenge. Sue Mercer won the Women’s Division. The weekend was chilly and breezy but a stalwart group of atlatlists participated in two days of local contests and ISACs. Thanks to everyone who came and participated. A special thanks to Bette Morris, Doug Bassett, Sue Mercer, and Scott Van Arsdale for their help.
Thunderbird Atlatl will be in Danvers, Mass. Oct. 17 to 18 for the 6th Annual Massachusetts Atlatl Field Days organized by Glenn Mairo and the Danvers Historical Society.
The schedule is as follows:
“6th ANNUAL MASSACHUSETTS ATLATL FIELD DAYS –
A Family Friendly Primitive Skills Event”
Saturday October 17th – Sunday October 18th, 2009
Saturday – Tapley Memorial Hall – 9:30 A.M. – 4:00 P.M.
Workshops for all ages and skill levels by: Bob Berg-Thunderbird Atlatl, “Trapper John” Enos, Jeff Gottlieb, and guests from the Maine Primitive School. Workshop materials fee will be paid directly to workshop instructors.
Talks by: Maine Primitive School staff, and Glenn Mairo
Sunday – Endicott Park Activity Field – 9:30 A.M. – 4:00 P.M.
Atlatl throwing for all ages on well-regulated, safe target ranges. Vendors include: Thunderbird Atlatl, Richard Parker Lithic Tools, “Trapper John” Enos, and Jeff Gottlieb.
Contact: Glenn Mairo
2 thoughts on “Candor Fall Festival Winners-Massachusetts October 17 and 18!”
We had a great time thank you very much. Boyscout Troop 407
Enjoyed meeting you!