Last Saturday, Oct. 2 Alibates Flint Quarries National Monument in Fritch, TX hosted Flintfest 2010 , an all-day affair including a flint "knap-in" with with expert flint-knappers who made arrowheads and other stone tools like those produced at the site 500 years ago and the premier of "The Sharp Edge of Survival" a film about Alibates (the only National Monument in Texas) featuring Native-American actors who recreate pre-colonial life at Alibates and retired National Park Ranger Ed Day, a Fritch native and one of the featured knappers at Flintfest 2010.
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