Educational Seminars

This will create a history of announcements on monthly educational seminars.

Recent Articles #1

October’s Seminar on Pre-1840 Toys!

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Recent Articles #2

September’s Seminar

September’s Seminar

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Anyone interested in giving this month’s seminar please contact Nate Kingrey!

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Kite Seminar

Kite Seminar

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Today’s Seminar was given by Aidan Farley, 11 years old, on kite making circa 1840s. The kite he made for us today used twigs, twine, and cotton.  

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August Seminar

August Seminar

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The August will be on pre-1840 time period kites. Come and learn with us July 6th at 2:00pm.

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July Seminar

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The seminar for July will be given by Greg  Kingery on the Constitution at 2:00. Followed by the meeting and the 4th of July potluck. Come join us on July 2nd.

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Seminar in October is Archery Scoring

Seminar in October is Archery Scoring

Filed in Educational Seminars by on September 29, 2015 0 Comments • views: 1148

We will be led by Shari Keener on the subject of Archery scoring. Since Archery is our largest event at Rendezvous, please plan on sharpening your skills so that you can help pass on the art to those who will shoot our range in January.

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Archery and Potluck Planned for September

Archery and Potluck Planned for September

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Jack Keener Will be building on his August bow building seminar in September by continuing to teach us how to create a traditional long bow.  Come and learn about the tools and techniques. We also have a potluck after the meeting. A-H: bring sides and deserts I-N: bring pulled pork (cooked) O-T:bring salads U-Z: bring more deserts.

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July 4th Potluck

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Don’t forget that July 4th  is our next potluck.  If your last name begins with  A-G = Meat (Hotdogs, Hamburgers, Chicken) H-N = Side Dishes O-T = Salad/Fruit U-Z = Desserts.  See you all there.

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June Seminar – Bow Making

June Seminar – Bow Making

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Back due to popular demand is our very own Jack Keener who will share his secretes on how to make a traditional Long Bow.  If you are interested in archery, this is one educational seminar that you do not want to miss.  Jack will have some of his craft both on display and for sale.

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2015 Scholarship Program Update

2015 Scholarship Program Update

Filed in Club News, Educational Seminars by on March 26, 2015 0 Comments • views: 1233

Scholarship applications were due on Friday, March 13th. The club received six (6) applications from Fort Meade students and one (1) from the Florida Frontiersmen membership. We have scheduled interviews with the Board of Directors to take place on Saturday, April 18th. Our annual scholarship ceremony for recipients will be held at our regularly scheduled […]

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2019 Alafia River Rendezvous® Promo views: 95

FFI Bob Merada Has Passed On views: 316

Bob’s obituary read that he was 82 and that he “…passed away peacefully on August 29, 2018, after a long battle with cancer and heart disease.” That he was “…survived by his loving wife of 58 years, Katherine “Kitty” (Herbermann) Merada; children, Michael (Carol), John (Denise), Donna Frederick (Richard), Paul (Judy); grandchildren, Trevor, Quinton, Kayleigh, […]

48th Alafia River Rendezvous® views: 1132

January 16-27, 2019 Details coming soon!

2017-18 4th Quarter & Year End Scoring Report views: 605

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