Meeting Monday April 14, 2014

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imageThe presentation this month will be Tom and Jennifer Dolese

They make chairs, tables, lamps, beds and many other objects.
Tom teaches classes on furniture making in Bellingham, and at Port Townsend School of Woodworking.

The photo is a Settle that Tom makes

To see his work and classes go to

terrafirmadesignnw.com

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Peter Korn at Bellevue Art Museum March 23, 2014

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Just a note to let you know that I will be at the Bellevue Arts Museum to speak about my new book, Why We Make Things and Why It Matters: The Education of a Craftsman, on Sunday, March 23 at 2:00 p.m.

If you’d like to attend, here is a link to the announcement: http://www.bellevuearts.org/calendar/#search-by=day&query=3/23/2014

The talk should last about 30-40 minutes, after which there will be time for questions. They will also have books available for sale and signing, for those who may want them.

Peter

Peter Korn, Executive Director
Center for Furniture Craftsmanship
25 Mill St. Rockport, ME 04856
207-594-5611
www.woodschool.org

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Next Meeting; Monday March 10, 2014 Program: Club Challenge

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The next meeting is 6:30pm; Edgewood Bible Church 1801 Meridian; Edgewood WA.
Our meetings are always the second Monday of the month. Please feel free to drop in for a visit and consider becoming a member.
6:30 doors open. Meeting begins at 7pm.

Program:GENERAL RULES:
1. All project entries must be made of wood as the principal material.
2. The same project cannot be entered into more than one category.
3. A challenger may create as many projects as desired providing one entry form is used for each.
4. Challengers are encouraged to submit a recent creation.

Presentation:
All entries must be brought to the meeting and set up between 6:00 and 7:00 PM. Each challenger will be given 3 minutes to present his/her project and answer any questions the judges may have. Please have entry forms completed and ready before judging begins.
The judging criteria for all entries will include:
Originality, Creativity, Imagination, Design, Joinery, Construction, and Finish

Categories and Judging Criteria
Boxes: Any type of box container with a lid made of woods of any combination.
Lathe Challenge: Any item turned on a lathe, made of wood, small or large, solid or segmented. Using accents of metals or shells, for example, is permissible.
Furniture: Any item of household furniture.

Miscellaneous category: A broad category which may include marquetry, musical instruments, toys, etc. etc.

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EVERGREEN WOODWORKERS GUILD
PROJECT CHALLENGE
March 10 2014

E N T R Y F O R M

Name (or names): ________________________________________

ENTRY CATEGORIES
Use one form for each entry, and checkmark your chosen challenge. Please examine contest rules attached.

____ Lathe Challenge

_____Boxes

_____Furniture

_____Miscellaneous

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Meeting Monday, February 10, 2014

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The next meeting is 6:30pm; Edgewood Bible Church 1801 Meridian; Edgewood WA.
Our meetings are always the second Monday of the month. Please feel free to drop in for a visit and consider becoming a member.
6:30 doors open. Meeting begins at 7pm.
Todd Rosencrans is the speaker

He works for Voight Enterprises they represent Whiteside router bits, The Gripper, and Imperial blades oscillating blades.

He will bring samples of the tools and also has a slide presentation

6:30 doors open. Meeting begins at 7pm.
Meetings are the second Monday of the month. Meetings are held at the Edgewood Bible church, 1801 Meridian in Edgewood, Washington.

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