World Atlatl Association Event Calendar

Event Calendar

THE WORLD ATLATL ASSOCIATION SANCTIONS NO CONTESTS, BUT ENCOURAGES MEMBERS TO ATTEND LOCAL CONTESTS.
Links to:   World Atlatl Association , PaleoPlanet

New to organizing an atlatl event?  Take a look at the organizer's packet.
If you intend to give a Grand Champion award at your event, contact the secretary for a free Grand Champion plaque.

UPDATED 1-22-2015

 

                    North American Atlatl Competition Events for 2015

Jan. 1

Happy New Year Throw. Cheyenne, Wyoming
Contact: Russell Richard coyoteclown@aol.com (307) 772-0550 for location and time.

Jan. 3
Indoor Shoot at Jim's Pro Shop – Shortsville, New York
ISAC and locals. Range Fee $8. 10 am to 1 pm only.
You will want to bring primitive bow with arrows rigged for standard arrow inserts if you want to shoot any of the video hunts on the big screen. Each hunt can accommodate up to 10 people at a time (separate fee is $9 per person)
Great Fun and Challenge!
Exit 43 off Thruway and south on 21 to rte 96, 2 miles west (sign will probably say north) to just past blinking light for cty rd 28. The block bldg (4885 Route 96) is on the left.
Contact: RSVP to Douglas Bassett (585) 493-3625; Douglas.Bassett@parks.ny.gov
 Jan. 4
Midwest Sports Academy, 1425 East Boone Industrial Drive, Columbia, Missouri
8:00 am to 10:00 am.  ISAC only.  $5 entrance fee. 
Please RSVP to Jon Wood jswood429@gmail.com, (573) 881-6622. 
Jan. 17
Indoor Shoot at Jim's Pro Shop – Shortsville, New York
ISAC and locals. Range Fee $8. 10 am to 1 pm only.
You will want to bring primitive bow with arrows rigged for standard arrow inserts if you want to shoot any of the video hunts on the big screen. Each hunt can accommodate up to 10 people at a time (separate fee is $9 per person) Great Fun and Challenge!
Exit 43 off Thruway and south on 21 to rte 96, 2 miles west (sign will probably say north) to just past blinking light for cty rd 28. The block bldg (4885 Route 96) is on the left.
Contact: RSVP to Douglas Bassett (585) 493-3625; Douglas.Bassett@parks.ny.gov
Jan. 17-18
Rabbit Hunt and ISAC.  The Horse-Around Ranch.  Truxton, Missouri Contact Brian and Dawn Wagner 636-597-5029,  dawn83170@yahoo.com
Jan. 18
Midwest Sports Academy, 1425 East Boone Industrial Drive, Columbia, Missouri
8:00 am to 10:00 am.  ISAC only.  $5 entrance fee. 
Please RSVP to Jon Wood jswood429@gmail.com, (573) 881-6622. 
Jan. 24-25
Frozen Blanket atlatl throw & ISAC. Cheyenne, Wyoming
Open to all, equipment and instruction cheerfully provided.
Sponsored by the Wyoming Atlatl and Social Club.
Contact: Russell Richard coyoteclown@aol.com (307) 772-0550 for location and time.
Jan. 31
Indoor Shoot at Jim's Pro Shop – Shortsville, New York
ISAC and locals. Range Fee $8. 10 am to 1 pm only.
You will want to bring primitive bow with arrows rigged for standard arrow inserts if you want to shoot any of the video hunts on the big screen. Each hunt can accommodate up to 10 people at a time (separate fee is $9 per person) Great Fun and Challenge!
Exit 43 off Thruway and south on 21 to rte 96, 2 miles west (sign will probably say north) to just past blinking light for cty rd 28. The block bldg (4885 Route 96) is on the left.
Contact: RSVP to Douglas Bassett (585) 493-3625; Douglas.Bassett@parks.ny.gov
Feb. 1
Midwest Sports Academy, 1425 East Boone Industrial Drive, Columbia, Missouri
6:30 am to 9:30 am.
ISAC only.
$5 entrance fee.
Please RSVP to Jon Wood jswood429@gmail.com, (573) 881-6622or to Ron Mertz, devoemertz@sbcglobal.net, (314) 680-3596
Feb. 8
Midwest Sports Academy, 1425 East Boone Industrial Drive, Columbia, Missouri
6:30 am to 9:30 am.
ISAC only.
$5 entrance fee.
Please RSVP to Jon Wood jswood429@gmail.com, (573) 881-6622or to Ron Mertz, devoemertz@sbcglobal.net, (314) 680-3596
Feb. 14-21
Winter Count
8 days of I S A C.
8 AM daily and afternoon as needed.
There will be a field around for atlatl and archery on Wednesday the 18th. 8 – 5. Winter Count is located about 50 miles south of Phoenix Arizona, 8 miles S W of the town of Maricopa. You don't need to be enrolled in Winter Count to participate in the atlatl and archery events and dry camping is available.
For info on Winter Count go to www.backtracks.net.
For more info contact Robert Sizemore bobandcarolathome@yahoo.com. Phone (520) 466-6104 or cell (520) 705-9780.
Feb. 20-22
Silver River Knap-In and Prmitive Arts Festival, Ocala, Florida. Try the atlatl, flintknapping demonstrations and other primitive arts demonstrations. February 20, 21 and 22, 2015. Please note that Friday, February 20 is a student day until after 3:00 p.m. ISACS Friday, February, 4 p.m., Saturday February 21, 4:00 p.m., and Sunday, February 22, 4:00 p.m. For further information contact: Robert and Cheryll Berg atcontact@thunderbirdatlatl.com or 800-836-4520; Scott Mitchell atScott.mitchel@marion.k12.fl.us or 352-236-5401
Feb. 28 & Mar. 1
Melting Blanket atlatl throw & ISAC. Cheyenne, Wyoming
Open to all, equipment and instruction cheerfully provided.
Sponsored by the Wyoming Atlatl and Social Club.
Contact: Russell Richard coyoteclown@aol.com (307) 772-0550 for location and time.
Feb. 27-28
 Ochlocknee River Stone Age and Prmitive Arts Festival, Sopchoppy, Florida, Feb. 27,Feb. 28, and March 1, 2015. Flintknapping, primitive arts, atlatl and more. ISAC scheduled for 4 p.m. on February 28. For further information contact: Robert and Cheryll Berg at contact@thunderbirdatlatl.com or 800-836-4520 or Jason Vickery atjason.vicery@dep.state.fl.us or 850-962-2771.
March 1
Midwest Sports Academy, 1425 East Boone Industrial Drive, Columbia, Missouri
6:30 am to 9:30 am.
ISAC only.
$5 entrance fee.
Please RSVP to Jon Wood jswood429@gmail.com, (573) 881-6622or to Ron Mertz, devoemertz@sbcglobal.net, (314) 680-3596
March 7
Indoor Shoot at Jim's Pro Shop – Shortsville, New York
ISAC and locals. Range Fee $8. 10 am to 1 pm only.
You will want to bring primitive bow with arrows rigged for standard arrow inserts if you want to shoot any of the video hunts on the big screen. Each hunt can accommodate up to 10 people at a time (separate fee is $8 per person) Great Fun and Challenge!
Exit 43 off Thruway and south on 21 to rte 96, 2 miles west (sign will probably say north) to just past blinking light for cty rd 28. The block bldg (4885 Route 96) is on the left.
Contact: RSVP to Douglas Bassett (585) 493-3625; Douglas.Bassett@parks.ny.gov
March 7
 Columbia, Missouri.   On Saturday, March 7th from9:00am to 3:00pm the public is invited to join the Missouri Department of Conservation for an exciting and educational experience in primitive hunting techniques.  The class will be held at the MDC Regional Office located at 3500 East Gans Rd. in Columbia, Missouri.  Participants’ will learn the unique tools and hunting methods that early Missourians used such as the atlatl and the long bow.

Participants will also have the opportunity to tour the University of Missouri’s Grayson Archery Collection, a collection of primitive archery equipment from around the world.    At the conclusion of the program Members of the Missouri Atlatl Association will hold an officially sanctioned I.S.A.C. atlatl throwing match.

This program is open to adults and children age 11 or older. Those age 17 or younger must be accompanied by an adult. Pre-registration is required by contactingbrian.flowers@mdc.mo.gov or by calling 573-815-8388. also Jerry Nevins  wdhd@aol.com(573) 353-5313.

March 8

Glen Oechsner's residence. Campbellsport, Wisconsin
ISAC, HUNTERS ROUND.                 
Contact Glen: (920) 533-5039
Can also call (920) 528-7454 or e-mail at lenmaryr@excel.net or wisatlatl@gmail.com

March 14-15

 Muddy Blanket atlatl throw & ISAC. Cheyenne, Wyoming

Open to all, equipment and instruction cheerfully provided.
Sponsored by the Wyoming Atlatl and Social Club.
Contact: Russell Richard coyoteclown@aol.com (307) 772-0550 for location and time.
March 15
Midwest Sports Academy, 1425 East Boone Industrial Drive, Columbia, Missouri
6:30 am to 9:30 am.
ISAC only.   $5 entrance fee.
Please RSVP to Jon Wood jswood429@gmail.com, (573) 881-6622or to Ron Mertz, devoemertz@sbcglobal.net, (314) 680-3596
March 18-23
24th Annual Valley Of Fire Atlatl Event, 2015

Held at Valley Of Fire State Park, apps. 1 hour north of Las Vegas, Nevada
Early arrivals Wednesday, March 18, free tent camping at group use sites
the nights of Friday and Saturday. All other nights campsite fees will apply.   Final goodbyes on Monday, March 23.  ISACS held each day, Moche Toss TBA, Persistence Hunter¬ís Challenge on Sunday.  Hope to see you all there!
Contact: Justin Garnett, justin@basketmakeratlatl.com
March 21
 Atlatl, ISAC, and Rabbit Stick Throw
Sugarloaf Open Space, Walnut Creek, California
Saturday, Open target at 2:00 P.M.  ISAC at 3:00 P.M.
Equipment and instructions provided.  Contact Ranger Bruce Weidman at
943-5899 x2665 or weidman@walnut-creek.org
March 21

Rhine Valley Jakes Event

Hermann Rod & Gun Club, Hwy 19, Hermann, MO.  Teaching and demonstrating the use of the Atlatl to registered students from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.  There will be an ISAC throw at around 2:30.                                                             Contact Jerry Nevins: wdhd@aol.com or (573) 353-5313.

March 21-22
 Wood-tick Rendezvous  W3498 Cty. J, Montello, WI, ~ ISAC

                    ~Contact Lenny (920) 917-0335 

April 4
Indoor Shoot at Jim's Pro Shop – Shortsville, New York
ISAC and locals. Range Fee $8. 10 am to 1 pm only.
You will want to bring primitive bow with arrows rigged for standard arrow inserts if you want to shoot any of the video hunts on the big screen. Each hunt can accommodate up to 10 people at a time (separate fee is $8 per person) Great Fun and Challenge!
Exit 43 off Thruway and south on 21 to rte 96, 2 miles west (sign will probably say north) to just past blinking light for cty rd 28. The block bldg (4885 Route 96) is on the left.
Contact: RSVP to Douglas Bassett (585) 493-3625; Douglas.Bassett@parks.ny.gov

April 11-12

CANCELLED

Blooming Blanket atlatl throw & ISAC. Cheyenne, Wyoming
Open to all, equipment and instruction cheerfully provided.
Sponsored by the Wyoming Atlatl and Social Club.
Contact: Russell Richard coyoteclown@aol.com (307) 772-0550 for location and time.
April 12
Midwest Sports Academy, 1425 East Boone Industrial Drive, Columbia, Missouri
6:30 am to 9:30 am. ISAC only.
$5 entrance fee.
Please RSVP to Jon Wood jswood429@gmail.com, (573) 881-6622or to Ron Mertz, devoemertz@sbcglobal.net, (314) 680-3596
 April 18
 Atlatl, ISAC, and Rabbit Stick Throw
Sugarloaf Open Space, Walnut Creek, California
Saturday, Open target at 2:00 P.M.  ISAC at 3:00 P.M.
Equipment and instructions provided.  Contact Ranger Bruce Weidman at
943-5899 x2665 or weidman@walnut-creek.org
April 19
Midwest Sports Academy, 1425 East Boone Industrial Drive, Columbia, Missouri
6:30 am to 9:30 am.
ISAC only.
$5 entrance fee.
Please RSVP to Jon Wood jswood429@gmail.com, (573) 881-6622or to Ron Mertz, devoemertz@sbcglobal.net, (314) 680-3596
 April 23
Durango Atlatl Club
Event begins at 3:30 p.m. at the Columbine Christine School, 1775 Florida Road, Durango, Colorado
For more information contact:
James Turner (970) 946-2096
Jim Hughes (970) 769-7463
April 24-26
Earthday Gathering and Mastodon Open
389 Simkin Road, Elmira, New York
ISAC and NYAA events (Team Individual, Hunter, Distance and European)
A New York Atlatl Association, Inc. sponsored and insured event.
Contact Jack at 570-888-8258 rjrowe93@gmail.com or
Tom Goble at 607-215-9405
April 24-26
Granneman field Ottumwa, Iowa
4 miles west of Ottumwa. 19505 87th. st.
ISAC Fri 5 pm.  Sat. 10 am. ISAC, Full European, 3d targets. Sunday ISAC 9:00am. Roger Granneman (641) 799-1219 Mary Granneman (641) 799-8600 E-mail mrgranneman@pcsia.net
Primitive camping on site.
 April 25 - May 1
 Buckeye Gathering, Lake Concow, California
Open target and ISAC daily. Trophies awarded at the end of the week.
Equipment and instructions provided.  Contact Ranger Bruce Weidman at
943-5899 x2665 or weidman@walnut-creek.org
 April 25
 Leo Petroglyph Rendezvous at the Rock
Ray, OH 45672
Exhibits and entertainment.  OAA will provide instruction and conduct atlatl accuracy contests,  ISAC, and Ohio locals.
For further information please contact Ray Strischek, (740-331-1435) U.S. Route 35 to County Rd. 28, left in Leo on Township Rd. 224.  ohioatlatl@hotmail.com
May 1-3

Horse Arena Atlatl Shoot - Sortore Farm - Friendship, New York               ISAC and NYAA events (Team, Individual, Hunter, Distance and European).  A New York Atlatl Association, Inc. sponsored and insured event (4 pm Fri - noon Sun.)  The site has heated kitchen, shower, toilet, running water, electric outlets and plenty of camping room.  One mile south of Interstate I-86 (Southern Tier Expressway, Route 17).  Friendship Exit (29) on the east side of Route 275 (on your left coming from the expressway.)  Note this is an active horse far - no dogs please.  For more information contact Bonnie Sortore at 716-307-4449 or Douglas Bassett at 585-493-3625 Douglas.Bassett@parks.ny.gov.

May 1-3
Old Stone Fort State Archaeological Park, Tennessee
ISACs  on the 1st   at 3:00 p.m. , 2nd    at 3:00 p.m. , and the  3rd  time T.B.A. 
Atlatl trail challenge on the 2nd the time T.B.A.
For any further questions please contact Ranger Jamie Hambrock at jamie.hambrock@tn.gov or call park office at (931) 723-5073:  Old Stone Fort State Archaeological Park,  732 Stone Fort Drive,   Manchester TN 37355.
May 1-3
Wausau School Forest, Mosinee, Wisconsin
May 1 - ISAC (evening only)
May 2 - ISAC, Atlatl Building Workshop for registered participants
May 3 - ISAC (A.M. only)
Contact Lenny (920) 917-0335
Can also call (920) 528-7454 or e-mail at lenmaryr@excel.net or wisatlatl@gmail.com
May 2-3
POMME DE TERRE Rendezvous 
Pomme De Terre Lake Outlet Park, below the Dam at Carson's Corner, Missouri (3 miles South of Hermitage MO).
ISAC each day
Starting around noon to shortly after.
$2 fee for the rendezvous, waived if you tell them at the gate you're only there for the ISAC 
For information about the atlatl competition contact David Lohr at Kosh Trading Post (417) 280-6304, or for the rendezvous event Ed at (417) 998-6005 or Facebook Pomme De Terre Rendezvous.
May 9
 Atlatl, ISAC, and Rabbit Stick Throw
Sugarloaf Open Space, Walnut Creek, California
Saturday, Open target at 2:00 P.M.  ISAC at 3:00 P.M.
Equipment and instructions provided.  Contact Ranger Bruce Weidman at
943-5899 x2665 or weidman@walnut-creek.org
May 14-16

Central States Atlatl Championships 
Held  in conjunction with the Osage Knap-In.   
Near Boonville, Missouri.   
Exit 111 off of I-70.  
ISAC Thursday & Friday at 6:00 pm.  ISAC and additional competitions  on Saturday.  ISAC Sunday am possible.  Show up for the Midwest  Atlatl Showdown! Camping available.
Contact Jon Wood, jswood429@gmail.com, (573) 881-6622, Ron Mertz, devoemertz@sbcglobal.net, Jerry Nevins, wdhd@aol.com, (573) 353-5313

May 15 - 17

Jersey Rock and Shoot                                                                                                                                                     88 Angen Road, Washington, New Jersey                                                                                                                ISAC, locals and NYAA events, Team, Individual, Hunter and European).  Camping available on site.  Bring a dish to pass for Saturday evening.  A New York Atlatl Association, Inc. sponsored and insured event.  Contact Bob Bronish at bbronish@yahoo.com or Erich Zeh at Eandnzeh@aol.com.

May 16-17
Green Blanket atlatl throw & ISAC. Cheyenne, Wyoming
Open to all, equipment and instruction cheerfully provided.
Sponsored by the Wyoming Atlatl and Social Club.
Contact: Russell Richard coyoteclown@aol.com (307) 772-0550 for location and time.
May 16-17

Cedar Lakes, Ripley, WV

May 16th from 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. ATLATL throw and ISAC, then on to Hoka Hey farm for overnight camping and ATLATL throw and ISAC May 17th.

Contact Randy Whaley at (307) 812-0599 or Nisa Holbrook nisaholbrook@aim.com.

May 21
 Durango Atlatl Club
Event begins at 3:30 p.m. at the Columbine Christine School, 1775 Florida Road, Durango, Colorado
For more information contact:
James Turner (970) 946-2096
Jim Hughes (070) 769-7463
May 22 - 24

Letchworth State Park -- Castile, New York                                                                                                               ISAC (Friday 4pm - Sunday 4pm), New York Atlatl Association, Inc. events (Team, Individual, Hunter and European) except during picnic time noted below.  NYAA fully insured event.  "Learn to Catch a Fish Family Picnic" 11am - 4p.m. on Saturday with no fishing license required at a stocked troup pond, free picnic and door prizes.  "Spear-fishing" Carp Target Derby and a variety of learning stations.  "Red, White and Blue Balloon Rally" with massed balloon flights at 6:30 pm Friday through Monday, weather permitting.  Nearby camping, cabins and lodging available.  For information contact Douglas Bassett at 585-493-3625 or Douglas.Bassett@parks.ny.gov.

May 23-24

Marshall Primitive Archery Rendezvous at Wilder Creek Conservation Club in Marshall, Michigan.  Memorial Weekend, May 23-24.  Atlatl demonstrations, ISAC competitions, traditional archer and more.  ISAC will be held Saturday, May 23, at 4:00 p.m. and Sunday, May 24th, at 9:00 a.m.  3-D targets and much more.

For further information contact Bob and Cheryll Berg at contact@thunderbirdatlatl.com or 800-836-4520.

May 29
 Durango Atlatl Club
Event begins at 3:30 p.m. at the Columbine Christine School, 1775 Florida Road, Durango, Colorado
For more information contact:
James Turner (970) 946-2096
Jim Hughes (070) 769-7463
June 5-7

June 6th is WORLD ATLATL DAY

Atlatl-in-Action
389 Simkin Rd. Elmira, New York
ISAC, Mastodon Open and NYAA events (Team, Individual, Hunter, Distance and European). A New York Atlatl Association, Inc. sponsored and insured event. Alternate site in Spencer, NY as a backup. Contact for confirmation: Jack 570-888-8258 rjrowe93@gmail.com or Tom Goble; 607-215-9405

June 6

World Atlatl Day at Graham Cave State Park, MO.                                                                                                       WAD Competition, ISAC, and demonstrations.  10:00 am-3:00pm.                                                                               

For information regarding the park’s   archeological significance read about it in Wikipedia.   For information regarding location and camping visit mostateparks.com; or contact:  Ron Mertz. devoemertz@sbcglobal.net (314)680-3596 or Jon Wood, jswood429@gmail.com (573-881-6622).

June 6
 World Atlatl Day Competition and ISAC
Sugarloaf Open Space, Walnut Creek, California
Saturday, 10:00 A.M.  Trophies for winners.
Equipment and instructions provided.  Contact Ranger Bruce Weidman at
943-5899 x2665 or weidman@walnut-creek.org
June 5-7
World Atlatl Day
Granneman field 19505 87th. St.  4 miles west of Ottumwa, Iowa
Fri. ISAC 5pm. Sat. ISAC 10 am. team competition Sun. ISAC 9 am.
Primitive camping on site.
Roger Granneman (641) 799-1219 Mary (641) 799-8600 E-mail mrgranneman@pcsia.net
June 6 ISAC and World Atlatl Day to be held at George Millers Farm, 3168 Horizon Drive, Brockway PA  15824 from 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.  The location is 15 miles north off rout 80 on route 28 and 219.  Equipment for beginners will be provided.    Contact George Miller at gmmiller@brockwaytv.com or phone 814-590-6462.
June 6
World Atlatl Day Competition and ISAC
Glen Oechsner's Residence, Campbellsport, Wisconsin
Contact Glen (920) 533-5039
Can also call (920) 528-7454 or e-mail at lenmaryr@excel.net or wisatlatl@gmail.com
June 6
 Athens Public Library OAA will host atlatl accuracy contests – Ohio locals, ISAC, IASAC, World Atlatl Day team contests. 10:00 am – 5:00pm.
Contact Ray Strischek for more information,
  Athens, OH 45701
June 6-7
World Atlatl Day and Fat Blanket atlatl throw & ISAC. Cheyenne, Wyoming
Open to all, equipment and instruction cheerfully provided.
Sponsored by the Wyoming Atlatl and Social Club.
Contact: Russell Richard coyoteclown@aol.com (307) 772-0550 for location and time.
June 7
Henschel's Indian Museum, New Holstein, Wisconsin
(Badger State Artifact Show)
Demo, ISAC, Hunter's Round
Contact Lenny (920) 917-0335
Can also call (920) 528-7454 or e-mail at lenmaryr@excel.net or wisatlatl@gmail.com
June 12-14
Fort Firelands RV Park OAA will provide instruction and conduct atlatl accuracy contests. IASAC, ISAC, and Ohio locals,Friday afternoon to Sunday afternoon.  
Contact Ray Strischek at
5859 E. Harbor Rd. for more information,(ohioatlatl@hotmail.com) 740-331-4351
Marblehead, OH 43440
June 12-14
 OAA will provide instruction and conduct atlatl accuracy contests. IASAC, ISAC, and Ohio locals, Friday afternoon to Sunday afternoon.
Fort Firelands RV Park
5850 E. Harbor Rd.
Marblehead, OH 43440
Contact Ray Strischek for more information, (ohioatlatl@hotmail.com) 740-331-4351
 June 19-21
 Joe’s N9430 Cty E, Ogdensburg, WI. ~ISAC
Contact Joe: (920) 244-7401 or (920) 538-3895
 June 19-21
 Meadowcroft, Avella PA
Starting Friday @ noon to Sunday @ 1:00
Primitive camping onsite. Potluck Saturday eve.
ISACs and local throws all weekend.
Saturday will have Trophy contest awarded by Meadowcroft.
Call Margie and Frank @ 740.264.1755 or 
email margieandfrank@Hotmail.com  
June 19-21 Gooseberry Festival ISAC Tournament held at the Grundy County Fair Grounds, Trenton, MO.                   For times and location contact Steve Spencer at 660-359-3635 or 660-654-3904 or email barbspencer@cebridge.net. Camping available at Crowder State Park.
June 20

NWTF 4 Rivers Chapter Jakes and Whistler Event on June 20th at Ron and Lois Keevens Farm, 546 Keeven Ln., New Haven, MO  63068

We will be teaching boys n girls ages 8-16 the Atlatl who pre-register with the NWTF 4 Rivers Chapter. Any volunteers please contact Dawn Wagner at 636-597-5029 or by email dawn83170@yahoo.com

We will have an ISAC after 3:30

June 25 - 28 Terry Keefer Memorial Atlatl Tournament – Bald Eagle State Park,Pennsylvania
ISAC and New York Atlatl Association, Inc. events (Team, Individual, Hunter and European). NYAA fully insured event. Camping on site. For information contact Dale Bookhammer 814-832-2789 or Bald Eagle State Park (814-625-2775) baldeaglesp@pa.gov
June 25-30

EarthKnack Gathering W/SARQIT O.L.S.

Happy Dog Ranch, 7811 W. Titan Road, Littleton, CO  80125

This is a five (5) day long camping survival skills gathering where you can come and take classes in many skills.  We will be holding an ISAC competition on Friday, Saturday, and Monday.  Equipment and lessons are available. For more information contact Drover Hall, Drover@Sarquit.com or (720) 263-6122.

 June 27
 Atlatl Educational Day Camp. OAA will provide instruction and conduct atlatl accuracy contests. IASAC, ISAC, and Ohio locals. 9:00 – 5:00.
Athens Public Library
Home Street
Athens, Ohio 45701
Contact Ray Strischek for more information, (ohioatlatl@hotmail.com) 740-331-4351.
June 27
Holly-Frontier Superday
Public event, largest free event in Cheyenne.
ISAC throughout day.
Lions Park, Cheyenne, Wyoming
10 a.m.
Sponsored by the Wyoming Atlatl and Social Club.
Contact: Russell Richard coyoteclown@aol.com (307) 772-0550
June 27
 Athens Public LibraryAtlatl Educational Day Camp. OAA will provide instruction and conduct atlatl accuracy contests. IASAC, ISAC, and Ohio locals. 9:00 – 5:00.
Home Street
Contact Ray Strischek for more information, (ohioatlatl@hotmail.com) 740-331-4351.
Athens, OH 45701
June 27-28
 Richard Lyons Memorial Atlatl Throw
Falls of Ohio State Park in Clarksville Indiana.
ISAC and knapin.  This event will be held during the park's Clark days at the George Rogers Clark cabin and will include re-enactors and vendors.  Primitive camping only.
Contact Danny Carlton at 502-930-1941 for more information.
July 3-5
17th Annual Foothill-Mountain Atlatl and Bow Open
Cheyenne, Wyoming
Open to all, equipment and instruction cheerfully provided.
Sponsored by the Wyoming Atlatl and Social Club.
Contact: Russell Richard coyoteclown@aol.com (307) 772-0550 for location and time.
July 5
Azatlan State Park, Azatlan, Wisconsin
Demo, ISAC
Contact Glen (920) 533-5039 or Gordy (262) 334-5099
Can also call (920) 528-7454 or e-mail at lenmaryr@excel.net or wisatlatl@gmail.com
July 10-12
 OAA will provide instruction and conduct atlatl accuracy contests. IASAC, ISAC, and Ohio locals. Friday afternoon to Sunday afternoon.
Flint Ridge State Park
Brownsville, OH
Contact Ray Strischek for more information, (ohioatlatl@hotmail.com) 740-331-4351.
July 10-12
 Flint Ridge State ParkOAA will provide instruction and conduct atlatl accuracy contests. IASAC, ISAC, and Ohio locals. Fridayafternoon to Sunday afternoon.
Brownsville, OH
Contact Ray Strischek for more information, (ohioatlatl@hotmail.com) 740-331-4351.
July 17-19
Smoky Hollow Rendezvous, Cascade, Wisconsin
July 17 -  ISAC (evening only)
July 18 - Demo, ISAC, Hunter's Round
July 19 - ISAC (A.M. only)
Contact Lenny (920) 917-0335
Can also call (920) 528-7454 or e-mail at lenmaryr@excel.net or wisatlatl@gmail.com
July 17-19

MOJAM (Missouri Traditional Archery Jamboree), Marshall, Missouri. 
ISAC Friday evening and Sunday morning.  ISAC, 3-D, and other on Saturday.

Jon Wood, jswood429@gmail.com, (573) 881-6622 or Ron Mertz,devoemertz@sbcglobal.net (314) 680-3596

July 23 - 26 Atlatl Rattle at Green Flats - Hancock, New York                                         ISAC, locals and NYAA events (Individuals, Hunters & European).  A New York Atlatl Association, Inc. sponsored and insured event.  Final Team Championships held on the grounds of Ray Turner's Casa de Fumo.  For more information contact Douglas Bassett at (585) 493-3625 or Douglas.Bassett@parks.ny.gov.
July 25-26
Hell Gap Mammoth  Hunt atlatl throw & ISAC
Hell Gap Site, Wyoming
Open to all, equipment and instruction cheerfully provided.
Sponsored by the Wyoming Atlatl and Social Club.
Contact: Russell Richard coyoteclown@aol.com (307) 772-0550 for location and time.
August 7
 That Dam ISAC - IASAC, ISAC, and Ohio locals.5:00 pm - dark (or thereabouts).  Steve Barnett’s House near Albany, Ohio
Contact Ray Strischek (ohioatlatl@hotmail.com) 740-331-4351 or  Steve Barnett (barnz@juno.com) 740-698-6553 more information.
Aug. 7
 15th Annual 'That Dam ISAC', Albany Ohio Friday evening on pond dam at Steve's house near Albany. Contact Steve Barnett barnz@juno.com (740) 698-6553or Ray Strischek ohioatlatl@hotmail.com (740)331-4351
August 8-9
 OAA will provide instruction and conduct atlatl accuracy contests. IASAC, ISAC, and Ohio locals. Saturday morning to Sunday afternoon.
Albany Riding Club
Albany, OH 45710
Contact Ray Strischek for more information, (ohioatlatl@hotmail.com) 740-331-4351or Steve Barnett (barnz@juno.com) 740-698-6553.
Aug. 8-9
 16th Annual Albany Ohio Atlatl Contests, Albany Riding Club, corner of Ohio State Route's 32 and 681.  ISAC and Ohio Atlatl Association local events. Contact Steve Barnett barnz@juno.com (740) 698-6553 or Ray Strischekohioatlatl@hotmail.com (740)331-4351
August 8-9 Summer break ISAC throw at Trenton, MO the home of Steve Spencer 3840 Oklahoma Ave beginning at 6:30 p.m. Contact person Steve Spencer 660-359-3635, 660-654-3904 or email barbspencer@cebridge.net . Camping available at Crowder State Park.
August 9
 Durango Atlatl Club
Event begins at 3:30 p.m. at the Columbine Christine School, 1775 Florida Road, Durango, Colorado
For more information contact:
James Turner (970) 946-2096
Jim Hughes (070) 769-7463
August 15-16
Hot Blanket atlatl throw & ISAC. Cheyenne, Wyoming
Open to all, equipment and instruction cheerfully provided.
Sponsored by the Wyoming Atlatl and Social Club.
Contact: Russell Richard coyoteclown@aol.com (307) 772-0550 for location and time.
August 27 -30 Stone Tool Craftsman Show (Aug 27, 28 & 29 from 10:00 am - 5:00 pm) Highbanks Recreation Area, north end of Letchworth State Park - Castile, New York.  27th Annual Eastern Seaboard Atlatl Competition (State Round,   Closest-to-Pin, Distance) August 21, 22, 23.  ISAC, Hoop Toss, New York Atlatl Association Contests (National & International), Throw Over the Gorge Qualifiers & wooded Animal Round all for days.  Handicapped Mammoth Hunt (Saturday); Long Distance Accuracy and atlatl Battle (Sunday).  New York Atlatl Association, Inc. insured event Stone Tool Show contact: Dana & Kay Klein at 585-968-1577.   For the Atlatl Competition contact Douglas Bassett 585-493-3625 or Douglas.Bassett@parks.ny.gov.
August 23
 Durango Atlatl Club
Event begins at 3:30 p.m. at the Columbine Christine School, 1775 Florida Road, Durango, Colorado
For more information contact:
James Turner (970) 946-2096
Jim Hughes (070) 769-7463
Sept. 4-6
 Flint Ridge Lithic Society Knap-in, Flint Ridge State Park Brownsville Ohio.  ISAC and Ohio Atlatl Association local events. Lots of booths, flint-knapping and crafts. Contact Steve Barnett barnz@juno.com (740) 698-6553 or Ray Strischekohioatlatl@hotmail.com (740)331-4351
Sept. 4-6
 Flint Ridge Lithic Society Knap-In. - OAA will provide instruction and conduct atlatl accuracy contests. IASAC, ISAC, and Ohio locals. Lots of booths, flintknapping, crafts, etc. Friday afternoon through Sunday afternoon.
Flint Ridge State ParkBrownsville, OH
Contact Ray Strischek for more information, (ohioatlatl@hotmail.com) 740-331-4351 or Steve Barnett (barnz@juno.com) 740-698-6553.
Sept. 4-7
Mattoon Rendezvous, Mattoon, Wisconsin
Sept. 4-6 - various competitions, ISAC
Sept. 7 - ISAC (A.M. only)
Contact Gordy Behrendt (262) 334-5099
Can also call (920) 528-7454 or e-mail at lenmaryr@excel.net or wisatlatl@gmail.com
Sept. 5-6
Cool Blanket atlatl throw & ISAC. Cheyenne, Wyoming
Open to all, equipment and instruction cheerfully provided.
Sponsored by the Wyoming Atlatl and Social Club.
Contact: Russell Richard coyoteclown@aol.com (307) 772-0550 for location and time.
Sept. 10 - 13

28th ANNUAL MEETING OF THE WORLD ATLATL ASSOCIATION   

Cahokia Mounds World Heritage Site, Collinsville, Illinois.  ISAC and US Open on Thursday and Friday afternoons (after 2:00 PM).  On Saturday there will be the two main competitions - European Round and Hunter’s Challenge as well as the ISAC and US Open.  On Sunday morning there will be a final ISAC.  On Saturday evening, starting around 5:00 p.m.:  Pizza, Awards, WAA Meeting and Speaker.  Registration will be $5.00/per son; and pizza for Saturday evening will be $5:00/person.  There will be an additional $5.00 entry fee for those who want to compete in the US Open. Contact: Ron Mertz, devoemertz@sbcglobal.net  (314) 680-3596 or Jon Wood, jswood429@gmail.com  (573) 881-6622.  See the   April 2015 ATLATL for additional information.

Sept. 11-13
 17th Annual Ohio Pawpaw Festival.,  Lake Snowden, St. Rt. 32 Albany Ohio. www.ohiopawpawfest.com   ISAC and Ohio Atlatl Association local events. Contact Steve Barnett barnz@juno.com (740)698-6553 or Ray Strischek ohioatlatl@hotmail.com (740)331-4351
Sept. 12
Wyoming Archaeology Awareness celebration and ISAC
Laramie, Wyoming
Open to all, equipment and instruction cheerfully provided.
Sponsored by the Wyoming Atlatl and Social Club.
Contact: Russell Richard coyoteclown@aol.com (307) 772-0550 for location and time.
Sept. 12-19 Rexburg, Idaho, Rabbit Stick Primitive Skills Gathering                                Will throw ISAC each morning for eight (8) days.                                          Contact Bob Kitch for more information at: backtracks.net or (541) 806-4771.
Sept. 18 - 20 Letchworth State Park - Castile, New York                                                  ISAC (Friday 4pm - Sunday 4pm) and local events except during Heritage Day noted below.  NYAA fully insured event "Native American Heritage Day" 10 am - 4 pm on Saturday September 19, with Native American Dance, Crafts and Food.  Nearby camping, cabins and lodging available.  For information contact Douglas Bassett at 585-493-3625 or Douglas.Bassett@parks.ny.gov.
Sept. 18

Atlatl Workshop 

Chimney Point State HistoricSite                                                                                                                                                                          8149 VT Route 17W                                                                                                                                              Addison, VT   05491

Contact Elsa Gilbertson at (802) 759-2412                                                                                                                                                                           Email:  elsa.gilbertson@state.vt.us for competition details, including fees.

Atlatl experts Bob and Cheryll Berg of Thunderbird Atlatl teach traditional and modern techniques of atlatl and dart construction, flint knapping, hafting stone points, and cordage making.  Enjoy atlatl lore and coaching on the use of your new atlatl.  Bob’s been here each of the 20 years of this event!  $65 includes instruction and materials.  Pre-registration required.  Vermont Archaeology Month program.  Noon – 5:00 PM

Sept. 19 - 20

Chimney Point State Historic Site                                                                                                                             8149 VT Route 17W     Addison, VT   05491                                                                                                      Contact Elsa Gilbertson at (802) 759-2412                                                                                                             Email:  elsa.gilbertson@state.vt.us for competition details, including fees.

Atlatl and ISAC Competition, 

20th Annual Northeastern Open Atlatl Championship

 On Saturday, Sept. 19th participate in or watch this annual championship, in its 20th year.  ISAC, distance, and accuracy competitions.  The sport of using the atlatl to throw darts is based on the ancient hunting technique.  Demonstrations and workshops on flint knapping, Woodland pottery, and other crafts and skills.  Vermont Archaeology Month program. 10:30 – 4:30 PM.

On Sunday, Sept. 20th, participate in the second morning of the Atlatl International Standard Accuracy Competition (ISAC).

Sept. 19 Graham Cave State Park, Danville, Missouri.  Archaeology Day.
We will teach and demonstrate from 10:30am until 1:30pm.  ISAC at2:00pm 
Contact Jon Wood
jswood429@gmail.com (573)881-6622, Ron Mertzdevoemertz@sbcglobal.net (314)680-3596 
Sept.20
 Durango Atlatl Club
Event begins at 3:30 p.m. at the Columbine Christine School, 1775 Florida Road, Durango, Colorado
For more information contact:
James Turner (970) 946-2096
Jim Hughes (070) 769-7463
Sept. 25-27
The 18th. annual Bois D' Arc Primitive Skills Camp & Knap-In
at Hulston Mill Historic Park near Greenfield, MO.
ISAC's to start after lunch on Friday the 25th. and throughout the day on Saturday the 26th. 
Instructions and equipment will be available for anyone wanting to try using this ancient hunting method. 
For more info: www.boisdarc.info
 
Contact: Jerry Nevins @ 573-353-5313 or wdhd@aol.com
Sept. 25-27
 Smoky Hollow, Cascade, Wi. ISAC,& Atlatl and Archery events

Contact(920)917-0335

Oct. 1
 Durango Atlatl Club
Event begins at 3:30 p.m. at the Columbine Christine School, 1775 Florida Road, Durango, Colorado
For more information contact:
James Turner (970) 946-2096
Jim Hughes (070) 769-7463
Oct. 2-4
Old Stone Fort State Archaeological Park, Tennessee
ISACs during the Fall Knap-In: on the 2nd  at 3:00 p.m. ,  3rd   at 3:00 p.m. , and the 4th  time T.B.A.
Atlatl trail challenge on the 3rd  time T.B.A.
For any further questions please contact Ranger Jamie Hambrock at jamie.hambrock@tn.gov or call park office at (931) 723-5073:  Old Stone Fort State Archaeological Park,  732 Stone Fort Drive,   Manchester TN 37355.
Oct. 2-4
 28th Annual The Plains Indian Mound Festival, The Plains Ohio.  ISAC and Ohio Atlatl Association local events. Contact Steve Barnett barnz@juno.com (740) 698-6553 or Ray Strischek ohioatlatl@hotmail.com (740)331-4351
Oct. 2-4
 Indian Mounds Festival, across the street from The Plains Elementary School.  OAA will provide instruction and conduct atlatl accuracy contests. IASAC, ISAC, and Ohio locals. Friday afternoon to Sunday afternoon.
Indian Mounds Festival
Connett Rd.
The Plains, OH
Contact Ray Strischek (ohioatlatl@hotmail.com) 740-331-4351, or Steve Barnett (barnz@juno.com) 740-698-6553 for more information.
Oct.  3-4
Falling Blanket atlatl throw & ISAC. Cheyenne, Wyoming
Open to all, equipment and instruction cheerfully provided.
Sponsored by the Wyoming Atlatl and Social Club.
Contact: Russell Richard coyoteclown@aol.com (307) 772-0550 for location and time.
Oct. 10-11
Horicon Marsh, Horicon, Wisconsin
Demo and ISAC
Contact Glen Oechsner (920) 533-5039
Can also call (920) 528-7454 or e-mail at lenmaryr@excel.net or wisatlatl@gmail.com
Oct. 10-11
 Candor Fall Festival, October 10, Side Hill Acres Goat Farm, State
Route 96, Candor, New York. Atlatl contests, events, flea market, baked good,
crafts and more. ISACs set for Saturday, Oct. 10 throughout day and Sunday,
October 11, at 10 a.m. For further information contact: Robert and
Cheryll Berg at contact@thunderbirdatlatl.com or 800-836-4520
Oct. 16-18

Missouri Days Atlatl Throw at Trenton Missouri fairgrounds. ISAC and Semi- 3-D Targets featuring extinct animals-Mammoth, Saber-Tooth, Dire-Wolf will be used during the throws on Friday evening at 6:00 p.m. and Saturday & Sundayaround 10:00 a.m. Thousands attend Trenton’s Missouri Days Festival which includes a 50 school band competition, Arts, Crafts, Flea market, Food venders and now , an Atlatl competition. Come join the fun. For added information contact Scott Rorebeck 660-654-1741 srorebeck@yahoo.com or Steve Spencer 660-654-3904, 660-359-3635barbspencer@cebridge.net

Camping available at Crowder State Park.

Oct. 18-19
 Inaugural Earthskills Reviv-All in northern Athens County. OAA will provide instruction and conduct atlatl accuracy contests. ISAC, and Ohio locals. Earthskills Reviv-ALL
Currents Community
13177 Concord Church Road
Glouster, OH 45732
Contact Ray Strischek for more information, (ohioatlatl@hotmail.com) 740-331-4351. For event information, see earthskillsrevivall.com
Oct. 22
 Durango Atlatl Club
Event begins at 3:30 p.m. at the Columbine Christine School, 1775 Florida Road, Durango, Colorado
For more information contact:
James Turner (970) 946-2096
Jim Hughes (070) 769-7463
Oct. 24
Dundee Sportsman's Club, Dundee, Wisconsin
ISAC, European Round, 3-D targets, Running Pig
Contact Lenny (920) 917-0335
Can also call (920) 528-7454 or e-mail at lenmaryr@excel.net or wisatlatl@gmail.com
Oct. 30-31
 Zaleski State Forest, Lake Hope State Park ROAR days. ISAC and Ohio Atlatl Association local events. Contact Steve Barnett barnz@juno.com (740) 698-6553 or Ray Strischek ohioatlatl@hotmail.com (740)331-4351
Oct. 30-31
 Ohio ROAR Days - OAA will provide instruction and conduct atlatl accuracy contests. IASAC, ISAC, and Ohio locals. Friday evening (4:00) for atlatl, all day Saturday. Camping available.
Zaleski State Forest, Lake Hope State Park
Zaleski, Ohio
Contact Ray Strischek for more information, (ohioatlatl@hotmail.com) 740-331-4351or Steve Barnett (barnz@juno.com) 740-698-6553.
Nov. 1
 Durango Atlatl Club
Event begins at 3:30 p.m. at the Columbine Christine School, 1775 Florida Road, Durango, Colorado
For more information contact:
James Turner (970) 946-2096
Jim Hughes (070) 769-7463
Nov. 7-8
Frosty Blanket atlatl throw & ISAC. Cheyenne, Wyoming
Open to all, equipment and instruction cheerfully provided.
Sponsored by the Wyoming Atlatl and Social Club.
Contact: Russell Richard coyoteclown@aol.com (307) 772-0550 for location and time.
Nov. 28-29
Desperate Man throw. Cheyenne, Wyoming
Open to all, equipment and instruction cheerfully provided.
Sponsored by the Wyoming Atlatl and Social Club.
Contact: Russell Richard coyoteclown@aol.com (307) 772-0550 for location and time.

 

 

European Atlatl Competition Events for 2015
CHAMPIONNAT D'EUROPE  DE TIR AUX ARMES PREHISTORIQUE 2015

 

date site département/   province pays contact nom prénom adresse mail isac
07-08   mars Bruniquel Tarn et Garonne France Bouffier Bernard mere.terre@wanadoo.fr isac   Saturday and Sunday
18-19 avril Tautavel Pyrénées   orientales France Pernaud Jacques conservateur@tautavel.com; conservateur@450000ans.com isac   Saturday
25-26 avril Benahadux   Espana Salas   Baron Manuel manolosalasbaron@gmail.com  
02-03 mai Crepy-en-Valois Oise France Roux Marion musee@crepyenvalois.fr  
02-03 mai Montcada I Reixac Barcelona Espana de la Llave Ángel allave_@hotmail.com isac   Saturday
23-24 mai Val   de Poix st Hubert Luxembourg Belgique Michel Laurent michel.laurent@saint-hubert.be; info@WhiteBuffalo.be isac Sunday
30-31 mai Nemours Seine   et Marne France Rieu Jean-Luc jean-luc.rieu@cg77.fr isac Saturday   and Sunday
06-07 juin Haute-Île   France De   Miranda Isabelle arkeomedia@gmail.com isac Saturday
13-14 juin Saint Paulien Hte   Loire France Jamon  Christophe jamon.peet@orange.fr isac   Saturday
20-21 juin Parque Cultural del Rio Martin   Espana Latore Eva Gil eva@birrus.com  
20-21 juin Paleosite st Cesaire Charente maritime France Roussel Valerie

v.roussel@paleosite.fr

isac Saturday
04-05 juillet Vence Alpes   de haute Provence France Yahemdi Ismaël prehistotir@gmail.com;ismael136@hotmail.com isac   Saturday
11-12 juillet Saulge Mayenne France Guillonnet Philippe philippe.guillonnet@hotmail.fr isac Saturday
01-02 août Santa   Maria Maggiore   Italia Silvera Davide zirbi2000@yahoo.it isac Sunday
01-02 août La   chapelle aux Saints Corrèze France Mons Roselyne rose.mons@neandertal-musee.org isac   Saturday
08-09 août Archéopark   / Boario Terme Brescia Italia     direzione@archeopark.net   ;christian.foppa@hispeed.ch isac Sunday
08-09 août Mas   d'Azil Ariège France Sauer Claus claus.sauer@wanadoo.fr isac Saturday
15-16 août Bruniquel Tarn   et Garonne France Bouffier Bernard mere.terre@wanadoo.fr isac Saturday
22-23 août Historial   de Vendée Vendée France  Pouessel Yannick Arcbillebaude@aol.com isac Saturday
29-30 Teverga   Espagne GARCIA Clara

parquedelaprehistoria@princast.es

praquedelaprehistoria@recrea.asturias.e

 
05-06 septembre Gletterens Fribourg Suisse  Aeberhard Doris daeberhard@village-lacustre.ch  
05-06 septembre Monte   Castillo Cantabria ESPANA García Munúa José   Aurelio jagmunua@hotmail.com  
12-13 septembre Samara Somme France Marchand Patricia p.marchand@somme.fr  
12-13 septembre Arudy Pyrénées Atlantiques France Doux Francis office.de.tourisme.darudy@wanadoo.fr  isac   Saturday
19-20 septembre Bad-Buchau   Deutschland FOPPA Christian christian.foppa@hispeed.ch isac Sunday
19-20 septembre Zonhoven Limburg Belgie Pirotte Guido guido.pirotte@zonhoven.be isac Sunday
26-27 septembre ArcheoParc   Val Senales   Italia Niederkofler Johanna info@archeoparc.it  
26-27 septembre Riosta Almeria   Andalousie Espana Juna   Miguel Gonsalez   Esteban juanmiguelgonzalez81@hotmail.com  
03-04 octobre Bougon Deux-Sèvres France Aubugeau Rodolphe rodolphe.aubugeau@cg79.fr isac Saturday
10-11 octobre Pinar Granada Espana Martinez  Celedonio celemartinez68@hotmail.com;   ayuntamientodepinar@hotmail.com  
10-11 octobre Saint Just Ille et Vilaine France Leroux Aurore aurore.leroux.cpie@orange.fr isac Saturday
23-24 octobre Brassempouy Landes France CHARTIER Christophe musee.maisondame@wanadoo.fr isac Saturday
07-08 novembre Ramioul   prehistomuseum Liège Belgique Lepers Christian christian.lepers@yahoo.fr isac Saturday
14-15 novembre Auneau Eure   et Loir France Brutus Fabrice fabrice.brutus@inrap.fr isac Saturday