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Our Club's Monthly Meeting Program


Sunday, February 5, 2023
Sawdust Session
Location: Darcy Tataryn's shop
PLEASE NOTE THE EARLY DATE FOR THIS MONTH'S SESSION
Contact Darcy for the address.
Briing tools to sharpen, questions for mentors, or any project you're working on.
Plenty of assistance availabe - or just come to turn.
New members and new turners especially welcome!!!


Thursday, February 9, 2023
Salem Center 50+
Demonstrator: Dave Pitman, WVW
Details: Bowl with Interlocking Lid

WVW Club member Dave Pitman will demonstrate techniques he uses to create
a bowl with a locking lid, formed with a circular thread and groove, not a
spiral thread. Dave copied the design from a Swedish bowl that is probably
150 years old. Since most club members know how to turn bowls, Dave will
try to show how he reverse-engineered the interlocking thread and groove


Thursday, March 9, 2023
Salem Center 50+
Demonstrator: NONE
Details: No Club Meeting

Reminder to all members:

Due to the Oregon Woodturning Symposium, there is no club meeting scheduled for
March.  We urge all club members to take advantage of the opportunities the
Symposium offers.  Remember: this event hasnt happened for three years, and
the next one won't happen until 2025!


Sunday, March 12, 2023
Sawdust Session
Location: Darcy Tataryn's shop
PLEASE NOTE: WE WILL HOLD A SAWDUST SESSION IN MARCH!!
Contact Darcy for the address.
Even though the Club meeting for March is cancelled to prepare for the Symposium,
the Sawdust Session is still on!
Bring tools to sharpen, questions for mentors, or any project you're working on.
Plenty of assistance available - or just come to turn.
New members and new turners especially welcome!!!


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