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The Homestead Homeschool Will Be Appearing At The Old School Survival Boot Camp In The Hocking Hills 3-Day Hands-On Event


The Homestead Homeschool will be at the Old School Survival Boot Camp in the Hocking Hills region of Ohio May 14-16, 2021. A special Homeschool Field Day Friday ticket was created for homeschooling families to attend a single day of the event to participate in all of the regular classes PLUS special kids-only self-reliance activities. The Homestead Homeschool will be hosting a homeschooling class for parents that they can attend with their children, as well.

Some of the Homeschool Field Day events include: a foraging class, just for kids, a paracord make and take class, self-defense class for kids taught by Hakim Isler, Mike Francis of Kage Dojo, and Daniel "OX" Leathers, a welcome breakfast snack, and a Discovery Scavenger Hunt with treats at the end for all children who complete the tasks.
For more information about Old School Survival Boot Camp, visit the group's Facebook page, join the Facebook group, or visit the website - www.oldschoolsurvivalbootcamp.com and check out a brief overview below! You can purchase field day tickets through the website's "Buy Tickets" tab. Homeschool Field Day tickets ($10 per adult and $5 per child) are at the bottom of the ticket list below the shirt orders section.
Old School Survival Boot Camp is 3-day interactive weekend event filled with hands-on trainings, immersion courses, presentations by survival experts from around the country, homesteading skills demonstrations, and nightly entertainment. Attendees will be able to choose from more than 50 classes at the Ohio prepping, survival, homesteading, and bushcraft event on May 14-16, 2021.
Buy tickets now to take advantage of the Early Bird Discount! Click on the website link below to see all of the presenters from around the country, the classes they will be teaching, available lodging, and to purchase tickets.
The Old School Survival Boot Camp weekend will take place at the main event venue - Vinton County Fairgrounds, as well as offering immersion experiences and trainings at the On Guard Defense Gun Range and Training Center, Raccoon Creek Outfitters, and a Secrets of the Amish interactive farm tour.
Survival, bushcraft, and homesteading courses and experiences offered are designed not only for newbie preppers but for experienced self-reliance folks, too.The H

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