Fire To Fire Registration 2024


What To Expect?

What you can expect

Welcome to Fire to Fire! Thank you for checking us out, we hope that by reading about us and getting the information here, that you’ll want to join us! Fire to Fire is a group of like minded individuals who come together for a week of camping and learning new skills. Fire to Fire is also a place for healing and connecting as we get back to nature through the knowledge we share and through the environment and the land.

Fire to Fire will be June 16-21, 2024 Our gathering site is in Tabiona, UT. Over the course of the week classes will be available to you that will allow you to learn new things and get to know new people.  Classes may include activities such as; stone age living skills, medicinal plants, nature walks, fire by friction, pottery, stack knives, crocheting, drop spindle spinning, flintknapping, stone jewelry, how to use nature as a guide in life, animal processing, yoga and meditation, music, lots of drumming and much more.

Fire to Fire is a family friendly, and family focused gathering with classes available for all ages, including a kid program set in place to teach our children these important skills too, we believe strongly that they should be a focus. Once here, you will be able to sign up for as many classes as you like, some classes will include a small fee. Our instructors are skilled and knowledgeable in what they do and have a lot to offer! Check out our instructor page and read up on what they do, it will give you an idea of what kind of classes you may want to take while you’re here!

When to arrive?

Everyone is welcome to start arriving Saturday afternoon June 15th. Upon initial arrival You will be able to drive to a camp spot and unload to get settled. We will then ask you to park your car in the designated parking area. Camping with your car will be allowed if you need it and if space allows. The gathering officially begins Sunday Night at 7pm. We will meet around the main fire, and have a short opening, following our opening there will be an Instructor circle, where instructors will have on display the classes they are going to teach throughout the week. This will give you an opportunity to plan your week and get an idea of what your week will look like. Classes will officially begin Monday morning.

What to bring?

What to Bring

Personal Camping Gear
Clothes – pack for cool nights and possible rain
Food/coolers (no food is provided)
Eating Utensils
Stove or way to cook your food
Camp chair
Tools- Instructors will provide tools for their classes but you may
want to bring at least a knife
Cash – May be some material fees
Items for trade and barter (kids too)
Garbage bags, you will need to pack out your own garbage
Notebook, (you’ll want to take notes at some of your classes or
write down your schedule)
First Aid Kit (we do have a first aid person on site)
Bug Repellent
(any other things you need to camp for a week)

Things we will provide
Water (to drink and for your cooking)