Fourth Saturday of June and October, and by request
A beginners guide to the art of working stone, from flaking to shaping and arrowheads to gun flints. This is ancient skill that dates back hundreds of thousands of years, and was used in frontier Texas by the Native Texans and the settlers. A taste of cutting stone, taught at a Native Texan site. Students must bring gloves and protective eyewear.
SITE: Tonkawa Encampment. FEE: $60. TIME: 4 hours, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.