This workshop teaches participants about stone tool and flint knapping techniques. As this content is more advanced, participants will be sitting for some lecture time to learn some foundational principles. Participants will see stones as the useful tools our ancestors did, as the historical and cultural significance of stone tools and their continued use in modern times will also be incorporated. We will discuss which types of stones are better for what type of stone working, as well as how and where to find them. Both traditional and modern tools and techniques will be demonstrated. Participants will have the opportunity to craft their own tool using the techniques learned during the workshop using a combination of stone and modern materials. Please note that tools will be primarily created from bottle bottoms as this material is more forgiving for beginners. This workshop is limited to 12 participants, and will last approximately 90 minutes. Participants must sign a waiver and consent to wearing PPE to attend this workshop.