Thread: Woodcraft exhibition Geelong
20th Oct 2019, 09:54 PM #1
Woodcraft exhibition Geelong
The Barwon Valley Woodwrights will hold their annual woodcraft exhibition on the weekend of the 16th & 17th of November. We have moved to a new location this year which is the Christ Church hall on the corner of Moorabool and McKillop sts Geelong.
There will be members works on display with many being for sale.
There will be continuous demonstrations which will include turning, carving, pyrography, scrollsawing, boxmaking, 3D printing and others.
Screw It Screws will be on hand so you can stock up on your square drive screws, and other accessories including their Pocket Hole Jig as well as providing you with advice on the use of their hardware.
There will also be timber for sale for anything from boxmaking to turning blanks with many species not frequently seen.
A sausage sizzle will be in operation and cold drinks will be available.
The exhibition is open both days from 10 til 4. We hope you can make it.
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21st Oct 2019, 07:21 AM #2
Sounds like a top event Dallas....
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I hope you have a successful day, should have something of interest for everyone.
22nd Nov 2019, 09:53 PM #4
I am a bit late on the update for those who asked for photos but finalising proceedings and work just get in the way. I am chasing some photos from one of our members but in the meantime this link might give you a glimpse of what happened.Dallas
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