Sat, Nov 07 | Washington College Academy School Of Art

Stayin' Alive Event Part 2

Wilderness Survival! How to start a fire, build a shelter, and other life saving skills.
Registration is Closed

Time & Location

Nov 07, 2020, 9:00 AM EST – Nov 08, 2020, 6:00 PM EST
Washington College Academy School Of Art, 116 Doak Ln, Limestone, TN 37681, USA

About The Event

What would you do if you found yourself stranded in a wilderness? Would you be able to survive? After taking this intensive one-day course, you will have the knowledge to answer "Yes!" This is a beginner's class in survival so it teaches the order of importance of taking care of the hierarchy of human needs; teaches innovation and improvision; fire-making; how to make a primitive shelter; and other basic survival skill sets.

This course is free of charge but please come prepared to bless the instructors with a love offering.

(NOTE: If you have a current CPR certification you qualify to receive a certificate of completion for this course)

Registration is Closed

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At FireKeepers International our native elders told us that we must teach, whoever is willing to learn, the knowledge and skills that have been passed down by our ancestors. We are committed to preserving and teaching indigenous and modern life skills, traditional holistic healing, feeding the hungry, and helping veterans through their healing processes.


FireKeepers International facilitates inner restoration; encouraging life and spiritual growth through educational and cultural programs; bridging relationships with The Creator, individuals, creation, nations, and like-minded organizations.  Our Lost & Found program offers prevention training, investigative services, and community education programs to fight the epidemic of Missing & Murdered Indigenous. 

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PO Box 10

Mohawk, TN 37810

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