Phone: 252 995 4440
Time: 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Price: Admission:$5 per person $15 per household $3 for seniors
Survival Skills of the Hatteras Tribe, and other Carolina and Virginia Algonquins - a lecture and demonstration at the Frisco Native American Museum, Friday, July 27th at 1 p.m. - on Hatteras Island - Free with Museum admission.
Come meet Bill McConnell from Past Skills Wilderness School in Montana. You may have watched him on "Dual Survival" on the Discovery Channel. McConnell is what's called a primitive survivalist, according to his bio on the "Dual Survival" website. He started wilderness training when he was 4 years old under the supervision of his grandfather. As an adult, McConnell studied with Tom Brown Jr., survivalist and author, for nearly 10 years. He learned hunting techniques used by ancient and indigenous societies and how to create tools and weapons. Come join us for this fascinating program!
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