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Woodturning - Hardwood Salad or Popcorn Bowl Intermediate

Dates: April 27, 2021

Meets: Tu from 6 PM to 8:30 PM

Location: McCrossan Boy's Ranch Work Shop

Registration Fee: $39.00

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Prequisite of Woodturning 101 Class or equivalent experience.

Wood turned bowls are one of the most popular woodturning projects today with function and artistic form - additions for your home or given as a gift! From "setting up" a piece of green log, rough turning and finish turning between centers, to speed drying and finishing, take the opportunity to turn a natural wood bowl. ** Prerequisite: Woodturning 101, equivalent, or experience turning between centers necessary. Ages 13 and up with participating adult.

Fee: $39.00

McCrossan Boy's Ranch Work Shop

Exit 395 off I-90, North on 471st Ave to entrance OR Take Marion Rd North until it becomes 471st Ave.

Doug Noteboom

Siouxland Woodturners is a non-profit chapter of the American Association of Woodturners. Their purpose is having fun turning safely. Education is a major component of their outreach. Classes are taught by volunterr members of the chapter. Sharpening lead instructor is Doug Noteboom, a former high school shop teacher from the Lennox area with over 20 years turning and the current club president. Woodturners 101 head instructor is Sue Smith with over 10 years turning and past chapter president. The pen turning lead is Alistar Haird from England - he turned and belonged to a chlub in England. When he moved to Egan, SD, he promptly looked up the local woodturning chapter and became involved. The duck call class lead instructors will be Sue Smith and Doug Noteboom.

Siouxland Woodturners

The Siouxland Woodturner's (SWT) is a local chapter of the American Association of Woodturners (AAW). The AAW is an international, not-for-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of the woodturning craft. Our mission is to provide information, education, a meeting place, and an effective organization for all who are interested in turning wood.



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