Learn How Early Idahoans Made Fire
TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KLIX) No match? No worries, you can still make a fire just like ancient Idahoans did. The Herrett Center for the Arts and Science at the College of Southern Idaho will host a course on making fire with primitive tools on October 8.
For a fee, those who take the course will learn how to use native materials and household objects to make a bow drill and fire spindle to ignite a tinder bundle.
The size of the class is limited and you need to be 12 years old and up. Anyone under 18 must have an adult with them. For more information, call 732-6655.