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Fine Woodworking : SEP/OCT 1997 (126)
Events Listings of gallely shows, major woodworkingfairs, lectures, workshops and exhibitions are free but are restricted to happenings of direct interest to woodworkers. Only workshops sponsored by notfor-pro.fi.t groups are listed. We list events (including entry deadlines for future juried shows) that are current with the time period indicated on the cover of the magazine, with overlap when space permits. We go to press three months before the issue date of the magazine and must be notified well in advance. For example, the deadline for events to be held in March or April is January August, it 's May ARIKA.ABAM & ARKAN etin 1, AL SAS: Me C John Cederquist, Sept. 13-Nov. 30. Oakland Museum of California, 1000 Oak St., Oakland. (510) 238-2200. Exlu gs-Woodworkers Association of Arkansas meets me firsr Monday of each monm ar 7 p.m.; Central Arkansas Woodcarvers meets the second Tuesday ar 7 p.m. and the fourth Tuesclay at 6:30 p.m. Arkansas Center. For more info, call (501) 985-1118. Exhibition-Moving Beyond Tradition: A Turned Woocl Invirational, Oct. 19-Nov. 19. Decorative North Columbia Schoolhouse Cultural Center, 17894 Tyler Foote Crossing Road, evacla City. (916) 265-2826. Show-Central Coast Woocicarvers 20m annual show, Sept. 13-14. Coast Union High School, Cambria. For info, call Pat Rygh (805) 528-8107. Show-The San Francisco Bay Area Woodworking Show, Nov. 7-9. San Mateo Exposition Center, Fiesta Hall, 2495 S. Delaware St., San Mateo. For info, call (800) 826-8257. Show-The Greater Los Angeles Woodworking Show, Nov. 21-23. Orange County Fairgrounds, Building 10, 88 Fair Drive, Costa Mesa. For info, call (800) 826-8257. Le Exlu CO annual wood craft exhibition, Oct. 5-19. Furniture, wood turnings and carvings. McHenry ManSion, esta. Contact Mervin Bennett (209) 545-1407. oition-Celebration of Sierra W ture as Social History with Laurel Thatcher, Dec. 9. M.H. de Young Memorial Museum, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco. For more info, call (415) 499-0701 COLO design, thru Sept. 19. Anderson Ranch Arts Center, P.O. Box 5598, Snowmass Village, 81615. (970) 923-3181 Show-The Colorado Woodworking Show, Oct. 24-26. Denver Merchandise Mart, Mart Pavilion, 451 E. 58m Ave., Denver. For info, call (800) 826-8257. Call for entries-Woodworker's Guild of Colorado Springs 13th annual juried exhibition of fme wooclworking, Sept. 19-Nov. 8. Deadline: Sept. 10. The Colorado Springs Museum, 215 S. Tejon St., Colorado Springs. For more information or application, contact John Lewis, Ave., Colorado Springs, ALIFRNIA cturRAD O CTIC Oct. 5-Nov. 2. Gallery 12, 29 Whitfield St., Guilford, 06437. (203) 458-1196. Exhibition-Woodworkers Guild 10m annual fall members exhibition, Oct. 24-Nov. 30. For further information, contact Randy Bemont (860) 653-0316. NNE UT: 112 Fine Woodworking 8090ꒂ. (719) 636-1257. 1644 W. Vermijo Show-Gallery 12's wooclworking show, O: Workshops-Woodworking and furniture oition-Tuolumme Woodworkers Association's oocIꒂ 906 fifrh 15th St., MocI, Sept 26-0ct. 18. e-American Decorative Arts Fonlln presents Furni- Rock, Lirtle Rock, 72203. (501) 372-4000. Meetings-Ozark Woodturners meers the third Saturday of each momh in Mountain Home. For more info, call Michael Kornblum at (501) 424-5893. : E xhib ition-Expressions in Wood: Art of Arts Arts Center, 7m and and so on. 1; Leonard Sanders at (205) 822-6876. ALAS fOl-July and A: Meetings-The Alabama Woodworkers Guild meets the second Thursday of each momh at 7 p.m. at Acton Moulding Supply Co., Helena. For info, contact : Meetings-Alaska Creative Woodworkers Association meets at 7 p.m. on the fourth Monday of each month ar the Anchorage Museum. (907) 345-3077. ZONA: Exhibitions-Masterworks in Wood wirh David Ellsworth, Michelle Holzapfel and more, Oct. 1-31; Bent-wood sculprure wim Barbara Cooper and Furniture wirh Tommy Simpson, Nov. 1-31 Joanne Rapp Gallery, 4222 North Marshall Way, Scortsdale (602) 949-1262. Call for entries-Desert woodcarving show, Feb. 21-22. Phoenix Civic Plaza. Deadline: Feb. 20. For information, contacr Mel Donaho, Grand Canyon Srare Woodcarvers, P.O. Box 9112, Sconsdale, 85252-9112. (602) 935-5648. Workshops-Wooclworking workshops held year-round. Brookfield Craft Center, P.O. Box 122, Route 25, Brookfield, (203) 775-4526. 0680ꒂ. DIS FLO DELAW Sept. 27-0ct. 31 Creations Fine Woodworking Gallery, Powder Mill Square, Greenville. For info, call John Sherman (302) 655-8311 nual Smithsonian Craft show and sale, April 23-26. Deadline: Oct. 10. For more information or an application, send an SASE to Smimsonian Craft Show, ing, Room 1465, MRC 411, Smimsonian Institution, 20560, or call (202) 357-4000. meets every second Monday at 7 p.m. Constantine, 1040 E. Oakland P'dfk Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale. For information, contaCt Charlie Womack (954) 561-0941 or (561) 447-8016. Meetings-Central Florida Woodworkers Guild meets the second Thursday of each monrh. American Legion Hall, 2101 Lee Road, Orlando. For more info, call Bob Lamprey (407) 292-8324. Meetings-Tallahassee Woodcrafters Society meets the second Tuesday of each monrh. For info, contact Walt Behrle at (904) 668-6653 or Austin Tatum at (904) 386-6876. Meetings-St. Petersburg Woodcrafters Guild meets the fourth Thursday of every monm at 7 p.m. TRIARE MB Arts & : Exlu CT OF COLU RID levels. Elston Woodworking School, 2228 N. Elston Ave., Chicago, 60614. (312) 342-9811 sition-Valley W W : Exposition-Fifth annual furniture and woocl- working exposition, Sept. 13-21 Aloha Tower Marketplace, Pier 10, Honolulu. Contact Box 6232, Kaneohe. (808) 239-5563. OIS: ClasseS-Ongoing woodworking classes, all MAINꒂ: etin KENTU etin MA TTS MAR AND CKY: Me Me YL SSACHUSE shall-Putnam Fairgrounds. For more info, contaer Kimberly St. John, Prairie Rivers Resource Conservation and Development, 400 Edward St., Henry, 61537. (309) 364-3979. Meetings-Chicago Wooclturners meets me second Tuesday of every monm at York High School, Elmhurst. Contact Harris Barbier at (630) 964-0354. Show-The Chicagoland Woodworking Show, Oct. 10-12. Odeum, Soum Hall, 1033 N. Villa Ave., Villa Park. For more info, call (800) 826-8257. Expo oodl Lin . gs-Kyana Woodcrafters meets the first Thursday of each montl1. Bethel Unired Church of Christ, 4004 Shelbyville Road, Louisville, 40207. Contact Ray Thornton (502) 499-1388. gs-Guild of Maine Woodworkers meets me first Wednesday of every monm. Call (800) 805-5100. : ClasseS-Woodworking classes, thm De- cember. Glen Echo ational Park, 7300 MacArthur Blvd., Glen Echo, 20812. (301) 492-6266. : Classes-Woodworking classes, most of the year. For more information, conract Boston Cenrer for Adult Education, 5 Commonwealm Ave., Boston, 02116. (617) 267-4430. Classes-Year-round intensives in wooclworking and woocl carving. Horizons New England Craft Program, 108 N. Main St., Sunderland, 01375. (413) 665-0300. Classes-Woodworking classes held year-round. orth Bennet Street School, 39 North Bennet St., Boston. For more info, call (617) 227-0155. and Exposition, Aug. 15-16. MarBuns, W oociꒂ of Hawai'i, P.O. Ave. ., St. Petersburg. Contact Wally Hebel, 1200 19m St. N., St. Petersburg, 33713. (813) 898-0569. Meetin at 7 p.m. at the Senior Citizen Art Center. For more info, contact Lee Roberts gs-C HA ILLINAH apital City Woocicarvers meets every Monday Meetings-North Florida Woodturners meets the first Tuesday of every month. For more information, contact John Penrod at (904) 385-0608. (904) 893-4293. P.Y.T.J., GEORGIA: Meetings-Woodworkers Guild of Georgia meets me second Monday of every month. Southern College of Technology, 1100 S. Mariena Parkway, Mariena. (404) 299-3972. Symposium-Third annual mini-symposium: Turning Southern Style III featuring Philip Moulthrop, Robert Rosand, Rodger Jacobs and Willard Baxter, Sept. 19-21. Unicoi State Park and Lodge, Helen. ConractJim Hutchinson, 2197 Kodiak Drive, Atlanta. (404) 633-4172. 6100 154m A: Meetings-South Florida Woodworking Guild Industries BuildIA: Call for entries-16m anoition-Wooci Dreaming in America, Exhibitions-The Society of MICHIAN G SSO B S W NE NEW MEXI NE W by Albert Hoffman, tl1m Sept. 21 The Noyes Museum of JER Lily Lake Road, Oceanville. For more information, contaer Andrew Cripps at SEY: Show-For me Love of (609) 6528848 W YORK: Meetings turners Association meets bi-monthly. YWCA, 610 Lexington Ave. (53rd St.), New York City. For more information, contact Howard Alalouf (914) 337-0226. Classes-Traditional and contemporary woodworking with Maurice Fraser, Bill Gundling and Susan Perry. The Craft Students League at the YWCA, 610 Lexington Ave., New York City. For more information, call (212) 735-9731. Exhibition-Shaker Museum and Library presents Orren Haskins: his works from furniture to tools, thru Nov. 2. and Shaker Museum Road, Old Chatham. For more info, call Tresca Weinstein (518) 794-9100 ext. 100. Exlu . CO: Classes-Chairmaking seminar wim Brian Boggs, Oct. 3-5; Santa Fe Community College ew Mexico Woodworkers' exhibition, Oct. 3. For more information, contact Michele Lis, The Center for Continuing Education, Santa Fe Community College, 6401 Richards Ave., Santa Fe, 87505. (505) 438-1251. classes-New York Woodoition-Second annual membership exhibition pre- sented by The Long Island Woodworker's Club, OCt 25. The Brush Barn-Village of me Branch, 211 Jericho Turnpike, Smithtown. For further information, contact Lance Baker (516) 423-1183. Show-The Syracuse WoocIworking Show, Sept. 19-21 New York State Fairgrounds, International Pavilion, 581 State Fair Blvd., Syracuse. For more info, call (800) 826-8257. NOR turners meets me second Saturclay of each monm. For more TH CARLIN O Art: Art, 88 St. Louis, 430 Bryan Ave., Kirkwoocl, 63122. (314) 966-2268. : Meetings-Omaha Woodworkers Guild meets at 7 p.m. the third Tuesday of every momh. Libert Christian Center (former Ryan High School), 60th and Omaha. For more information, contact John Cahill, Box 45494, Omaha, 68145. (402) 334-5550. S : Gath vites scroll sawyers across the Northeast erin g-Scroll Saw Central inshare meir in- formation and work, Oct. 18. For info, send an SASE to Scroll Saw Central, 44 Timber Swamp Road, Hampton, 03842. Show- ew England Woodworking Show, Sept. 12-14. ational Guard Armory, 771 Canal Sr., Manchester. For more info, call (800) 826-8257. to L Folk Carvings St., A: Meetings-North Carolina WoocI- Centennial Furniture/Wood Exhibition, Sept. 13- ov. 2. 175 ewbury St., Boston. (617) 266-1810 and Emerging Artists: Furniture/Wood, Sept. 16-0ct. 31, 101 Arch St., Boston. (617) 345-0033. Workshops-Traditional timber framing, Sept. 24-28. Hancock Shaker Village, Hancock. (413) 684-3223. Arts MINNE etin MI w.URI NERAKA. NE HAMPHIRE SOT A: Me : Meetings-Metro Carvers of Michigan meets second Tuesday of each monm (except July and August) at 7:30 p.m. Helen Keller High School, 1505 . Campbell Road, Royal Oak. (810) 771-1040. Show-The Metro-Detroit Woodworking Show, Dec. 5-7. Novi Expo Center, Main Hall, 43700 Expo Center Drive, Novi. For more information, call (800) 826-8257. gs-Minnesota Woodworkers Guild meets the third Tuesday of each monm at7:15 p.m. Demonstrations each month. Contact Richard Gotz (612) 544-7278. Classes-20th annual kiln drying short course, Sept. 15-18. University of Minnesota, St. Paul Campus, 2004 Folwell Ave., St. Paul. For more info, call (612) 624-3407. Call for entries-Minnesota Woodworkers Guild's orthern Woods exhibition, Oct. 16-19. Southdale Center, Edina. Deadline: Sept. 16. For application, write Northern Woods Exhibition, 4m Street Guild, 2625 4m St. S.E., Minneapolis, or call (612) 378-2605. Show-The Twin Cities WoocIworking Show, Oct. 3-5. Minnesota State Fairgrounds, Education Building, Snelling and Dan Patches Avenues, St. Paul. (800) 826-8257. Show-Sevenm annual Seven Corners Hardware Woodworking tool show, Sept. 24-27. Seven Corners Hardware, 216 7th St., St. Paul. (800) 328-0457. : Meetings-Kansas City Wooclworkers' Guild meets me third Wednesclay of each month. Contact Eugene Caples (816) 452-6379. Symposi um- joy of Turning, Sept. 13-14. Woodturners of and Crafts presents
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