Cleland’s Outdoor World is hosting a “Lost Arts Festival” on Saturday and Sunday, featuring local craftsmen and artisans, including arrow-makers and leathersmiths. There will be demonstrations and hands-on activities, plus items for sale. The event runs from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, and noon to 6 p.m. on Sunday. The artisans on hand will include blacksmiths, soap makers, candle makers, and potters. There will also be demonstrations in knife-sharpening, black powder and archery at the Cleland’s facility, located at 10306 Airport Highway.
Cleland’s Outdoor World is a locally owned and operated firearms and archery shop. Founded by Gary and Theresa Cleland in 1967, Cleland’s provides services to the outdoor enthusiast and competition shooter. Cleland’s also offers classes in both firearms and archery, including self-defense and concealed carry classes.