Sunday, February 17, 2013
Quick Release Paracord Bracelet
Have you ever wanted to learn what is all the excitement over paracord bracelets? Paracord has been used for decades by survival experts for a variety of functions. Paracord is a lightweight nylon rope that is highly durable and strong. It was originally used by the military for parachute deployment. It can be used for a replacement shoe lace, fishing line, wilderness camp set up and so much more! Learn how to make this cool, quick release paracord bracelet at the upcoming Outdoor Survival Course being held Saturday, February 23rd at Konkel Park in Greenfield. The class is $20 for residents of Greenfield and will be from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm. The class will include lunch and refreshments. This bracelet holds over ten feet of paracord in a functional yet cool looking accessory. During class we will use our paracord bracelets to make a tripod and shelter. When the class is over, you will learn how to weave your bracelet back again into a fashion accessory and take it home with you!
To learn more about this upcoming class and others, go to resiliencytraining.net.