Special information for Octobers meeting
· The October KWT Club Meeting will be held a week earlier than normal, on Wednesday, October 3rd at Frontenac High School. The demonstrator for this meeting will be Joe Ruminski, from the Carolina Mountain Woodturners. Joe will also be doing a 1 day session at Lee Valley Tools on October 4.
Joe will demonstrate 5 items that would be suitable for a club member to do as a teaching demo. The following items will be demonstrated:
o Wide Rim Bowl
o Goblet, hollowed with a spindle gouge
o Lidded box (side grain)
o Wall Hanging
The monthly Club meeting is coming up on oct 3 at 7 pm at Frontenac High School.
Demonstration - Joe Ruminski, from the Carolina Mountain Woodturners
Challenge -The Challenge for October is to turn Christmas ornaments.
Show & Tell - Please bring something in!
Subject: Pre-announcing Grey-Bruce TurnFest 2018.
It is with great excitement that we announce Grey-Bruce TurnFest 2018, the 3rd annual all-Ontario woodturning symposium, to be held in Port Elgin, Ontario, on Saturday, October 20th, and Sunday, October 21st, 2018.
This year, there are eight 90-minute presentation/demonstration sessions, an increase of two from the previous year, during the two day span of the actual symposium on the Saturday and Sunday.
For TurnFest 2018, we have gone out-of-province for the first time, and are pleased to announce that internationally renowned woodturner Art Liestman, a member of Greater Vancouver Woodturners Guild in Vancouver, BC, will be our featured presenter/demonstrator/instructor. Additionally, internationally renowned woodturner Stephen Hogbin, a member of GBWG, will be part of the presentation lineup for TurnFest 2018.
We have an exciting schedule of presentations lined up during the actual symposium on Saturday, October 20th, and Sunday, October 21st, and an equally exciting schedule of hands-on workshops on Friday, October 19th and Monday, October 22nd.
the Grey-Bruce web site can be found at (http://www.gbwg.ca)
We are a non-profit organization that, with the help of our members, is trying to bring people together in the Kingston area . We support educational and social community activities and any type of community-building initiative.
Contact us to find out how you can get involved now.