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Coming March 21, 2020, 9am to 4pm
Northwest Washington Woodturners 11th annual All Day Demo will feature Nick Agar.
Enjoy a full day exploring Nick’s techniques refined over his lifetime as a professional wood artist & instructor.
- Bowl Turning from basic to embellished
- Platter Turning
- Texturing Techniques
- Coloring & Gilding
- Plus MUCH more & time for your questions too!
Register early and save! Through February 21 registration is $45. After February 21 registration is $55. Registration fee includes a delicious deli lunch, snacks and beverages.
Location: Anacortes First Baptist Church, 2717 J Avenue, Anacortes, WA 98221.
See the poster for more information, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Take one of the following actions to register:
- Sign up and pay in person at the monthly club meeting at Hillcrest Lodge in Mount Vernon. Payment is required at time of registration.
- Download, print, and mail the registration form along with payment.
- Click on the button below to pay online via PayPal.
The annual Bellingham Kids’ Fest is held on the first Saturday in August, at Civic Field. This is a completely FREE family event that showcases a wide variety of services and opportunities for children and their families in Whatcom County. In addition to woodturning by NWW, there will be lots of other free activities for everyone to enjoy.
NWW regularly showcases 8 or more lathes. We normally set up around 10am. The Kids’ Fest starts at 11am and ends at 3pm. Lunch time refreshments are provided by participating organizations for the turners. We turn as many tops as we can, and there are typically more than twelve hundred kids and parents who attend. For any questions, contact Ray Shields at email@example.com, or 360-671-3072. Bring as many top blanks as you can! NWW will be set up at the west end of the field, just outside of the track.
Mount Vernon Children’s Festival is an annual celebration for area children. It takes place on the 3rd Saturday in July. Summer will be in full swing in the Skagit Valley. Consequently, the festival will be a wonderful way to enjoy another perfect day with some really enjoyable folks.
The festival draws a variety of vendors and display booths. However, the top turning demonstration by Northwest Washington Woodturners is generally the most popular attraction! To make this happen, we need MANY club volunteers to turn tops to give to the children!
This is always a great event that also provides an opportunity for the club to promote the craft and art of wood turning. Thank you in advance for your help and involvement.
The first Sunday after Labor Day is the day for Grandparents are Tops at the Everett Children’s Museum from 1:00 to 4:00 pm. If you would like to take a hand in turning or just look, come on by! The Museum is located at 1502 Wall Street in Everett (children 12 and under FREE).
As you may be aware, we have committed to decorate a tree during every even numbered year (2020, 2022, etc) for the Festival of Trees. The trees are auctioned off and the proceeds go to the Bellingham Senior Activities Center.
We will need a lot of turned ornaments to decorate a 6-ft tree. Don’t wait until the last minute — you can turn ornaments at any time of year. The more, the merrier!
To help get those creative juices going I have pulled together a list of websites that have plans for Turned Ornaments… some are very easy! You can also check out Etsy for ideas, or YouTube for tutorials….
If you have any questions, contact me (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Gary Moore (email@example.com). Thanks in advance to everyone for their participation!
SOURCES FOR ORNAMENT PLANS: