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Registration opens for Lumberjack Survival Summit
August 12, 2016 -
Have you always wanted to be a lumberjack? Now's your chance! Registration is now open for autumn's biggest challenge event, the Lumberjack Survival Summit.
The MacLachlan Woodworking Museum is hosting its second Lumberjack Survival Summit Sept. 17 to 18, 2016.
Participants must be 19 years and older and can register at the museum, 2993 Highway 2 in Kingston or by visiting http://woodworkingmuseum.ca/event/lumberjack-survival-summit. Cut off for registration is Sept. 8. Registration cost of $120 includes all workshops, food and your campsite.
Discover if you have what it takes to face the tasks of a Canadian logging camp. Build your own two-day schedule by selecting from over 16 breakout workshops taught by experts in their field, designed to hone your skills in the areas of camping, cooking, tools and woodworking, orienteering, emergency medicine and more.
Learn how to brew beer, use a compass, start a fire without matches, shave with a straight razor and other skills for your daily urban lumberjack life. All plaids welcome and no experience required!
Get all the details at http://woodworkingmuseum.ca/event/lumberjack-survival-summit/
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