October 15, 2014

November 4, 2014 - Demonstration: Left Overs to Practical Gifts- Great Ideas by J.Skinner

November 4, 2014 -6:30 PM

  Regular Meeting followed by Demonstrator John Skinner

      The Business meeting will include  Elections for the New Year. These won't take very long -just right for that Cuppa from Joan's Famous Coffee Stash.         

    Mr. Skinner will show us various ways to turn all that left over wood into practical gifts and objects just right for the Holidays.  Imagination will give you many and varous ways to use those left-over scraps rather than burning them in the fireplace.

   Make sure to bring some turned piece you made recently: a bowl, pen, vase. Also bring some wood to share with someone in the raffle.  Then don't forget the $25 Gift Certificate to The Woodcraft Store
 
  Bring a friend and enjoy an evening of Creativity Plus! in making shavings galore. Thanksgiving and Christmas  Holidays are coming up. Time to make Gifts for all those wonderful friends you re-connect with.


6:30 PM. Be There!
  Free Coffee from Joan's Famous Stash.


Pictures taken at the meeting by John Walsh ( iPhone 6 Plus - ^__^ ):







November Election Results

Previously in office

President: Daniel Brinneman
Videographer / Website updates: Daniel Brinneman
Vice President / Website updates: Moe Gingerich
Treasurer / Secretary: Ed Trevillian
Director (sets up shop for demos): Dave McKeithan


Starting January 2015, we have a new president. Daniel served two years as the club’s president and wanted to continue being the videographer and helping with website maintenance.

President: John Walsh
Videographer / Website updates: Daniel Brinneman
Vice President / Website updates: Moe Gingerich
Treasurer / Secretary: Ed Trevillian
Director (sets up shop for demos): Dave McKeithan

October 10, 2014

October 11-12, 2014 - Waxhaw Autumn Treasures Festival

Saturday, October 11, 2014

We'll be at the Waxhaw Autumn Treasures Festival on both days, Saturday and Sunday, until 5 p.m. Come by our booth for a spinning top (donations accepted) or to buy a bowl, platter or other vessel. For $10, we can assist you behind the lathe if you'd like to try your hand at it.

Our booth is right on the corner of W. North Main Street and Hwy 16, indicated by the red pin the map below. See you there!