The December meeting will be on Thursday, December 18th at the Fife Center. The December newsletter is available here. December Events
MEMBERSHIP MTG – Dec. 18th (Thur.), 7:00-9:00 pm at Fife Senior Center • SAWDUST SESSION – None this month. • BOARD MTG. – Jan. 6th (Tues.), 7:00-8:30 pm at Les Johnsonʼs, members welcome (RSVP [...]
Remember to sign up for the Johannes Michelsen hat turning class which will be held on Tuesday Nov 11. Those in attendance will be given a ticket, the lucky ticket holder will have the hat made during the class, custom fit to his or her head. Extra tickets will be available to purchase [...]
Here is the October Newsletter.
The Fall symposium is finally here. Got a question, got a problem, need to learn a new technique or just curious? Then the October Symposium is the place to be. There will be a number of experienced turners on hand demonstrating:
Stephanie Lane – Decorative Effects/Pyrography Paul Crabtree – Applying Polyurethane finishes Tim Spaulding – [...]
As most of you know, Bob Sweazey tragically passed away on Wednesday, September 17, 2008.
Please join us in a celebration of Bob’s Life. Friday, October 10 2 – 6 PM Swiss Sports Club 9205 198th Ave. E Bonnie Lake, WA 98390
(Click abover for directions) Refreshments will be Potluck, so bring your favorite refreshment [...]
From the September 2008 Newsletter
A splendid September, shorter days, cooler nights and the flood of color in the trees, signal that September is once again upon us. September has long been my favorite month. With its rush of changes and abundance of activities, there is something new each day. Woodturning opportunities abound and ways [...]
The next meeting for the South Puget Sound Woodturners is Thursday, September 18th. The featured presenter is Richard Steppic who will present “Cube on the Bias”.
Our meetings start at 7:00 on third Thursdays at the Fife Senior Center just off I-5 at 2111 54th Avenue East. Take exit 137 [...]
The editors of the AAW 25th anniversary book invite AAW members to submit short essays about their introduction to the woodturning field and the AAW as an organization.
“We’re going to go after writing from the well-known members, but we’re also looking for writings from those who might not be [...]