We are pleased to be a stop on the Case Knives Tour again in 2022 on Saturday, Oct. 1 from 9 am to noon! Come see our newly expanded display of the Case knife collections in our store.
Case knife experts will be on hand to answer any questions you may have.
Sales for the limited event knives will start at 9 am and will be on a first come first serve basis.
An auction will be held between 11am-12pm for a one-of-a-kind knife only available at this tour stop. We will also have dealer cases available for auction. There will be door prizes (including a one of kind carving and Lehman’s gift card) and sales through out the store.
Meet wood carvers from the Wilderness Center who will demonstrate their talents and sell their work.
There will be fun for children and adults. Enjoy FREE axe throwing in the East Parking Lot and FREE face painting in our toy room.
This event will be part of Lehman’s first annual Outdoorsman Expo so make sure to plan on sticking around after the Case Knives event to enjoy more demonstrations, samples and fun from vendors like Traeger and Lodge.
Case has a long history of producing quality cutlery here in the USA.
Every day, a small piece of America’s heritage is carried around in the pockets of a nation. A small but solid reminder that anything worth doing is worth doing right. At Case, the knives are built by people with integrity for people of integrity. That’s the way they’ve done it for over a hundred years, and that’s how they’ll do it for the next hundred years to come.
Their roots extend back to 1889, when four enterprising brothers—William Russell (W.R.), Jean, John, and Andrew Case (a.k.a. “The Case Brothers”)—began selling handcrafted knives from the back of a wagon in upstate New York. John Russell (Russ) Case, the son of W.R., formed W.R. Case & Sons, as it is known today. Russ’s father acted as his son’s consultant, helping to stabilize the company’s early finances while building a reputation as the most respected name in American cutlery.
Join us on Oct. 1 to get your Case knives (what a great Christmas gift idea) and learn how to take the next step on your journey to a simpler life.