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Tickets are on sale for Lumberjack - Outdoor camping experience for adults

August 30, 2017 -

It's back! Lumberjack 2017 returns to the MacLachlan Woodworking Museum from Sept. 22 to 24.

Participants must be 19 years and older and can register at the museum, 2993 Highway 2 in Kingston or by visiting WoodworkingMuseum.ca/Event/Lumberjack/. The registration cost of $130 includes workshops, food and your campsite.

Partake in the amped-up outdoor camping experience for adults and hone your skills in the great outdoors by participating in workshops led by experts in their fields. Take part in a variety of challenges over the course of the weekend designed to help you become an expert in all things outdoors! Wrap up the weekend by showcasing what you've learned to family and friends in the Ultimate Skills Challenge. This cumulative challenge is complete with hatchet throwing, fire-starting and log rolling! All meals, camping and workshop instruction is included with registration.

This authentic experience fills up fast, so register early to secure your spot!  All plaids welcome and no experience required!

Get all the details at www.Woodworkingmuseum.ca/Event/Lumberjack/

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Media contact: For more information call Amy Paauw, communications officer at 613-546-4291, ext. 1309