Our next demo will be at 6:00 p.m. Thursday, June 27 at our shop at the Georgia State Railroad Museum, 655 Louisville Road, Savannah. Lonnie Bott is our demonstrator.
Our next club demo will be Thursday, April 25th, 6:00 p.m. at our shop at the Railroad Museum, 655 Louisville Road. Please park in the gravel parking lot.. We will have a raffle so come early to get your raffle tickets. Tickets can be purchased from Gary Fleenor at $1 per ticket or 6 tickets for $5.
Roy Yarger will be our April demonstrator. His turned art can be found at the Savannah Art Associations Gallery on Bull Street. Roy’s work has been featured in a national woodturning magazine and he has been the guest demonstrator at several AAW chapters. Often you will find Roy donating his time demonstrating in local schools, making pens for the Freedom Pen Project and making boxes for the Beads of Courage project. The theme for April’s demo revolves around the Beads of Courage project. Roy will be sharing with us several ways to make boxes with lids that fit.
Our next demo will be at 6:00 p.m. Thursday, March 28th at the Georgia State Railroad Museum, 655 Louisville Road, Savannah. Please park in the gravel parking lot.
Fundamentals of Spindle Turning is the topic for March. Steve Cook will be our demonstrator. Steve is a past president of the the Lowcountry Turners and is an amazingly skilled wood turner. He just came back from conducting a woodturning workshop at the February Florida Woodturning Symposium. He will be teaching a week long class at the John C. Campbell Folk School this May. In July you will find Steve in Raleigh, NC at the AAW’s National Symposium teaching woodturning fundamentals in the Youth Turning area.
Our next demo will be 6:00 p.m. Thursday, February 28th at the Georgia State Railroad Museum, 655 Louisville Road, Savannah. Park in the gravel parking lot. We will be meeting in the very historic “Colored Washroom” building which is the building closest to the parking lot. Lowcountry Turners founder, Noel Wright will be our demonstrator. His topic will be “Fundamentals of Bowl Turning”.
Our next demo will be 6:00 p.m. Thursday, January 31st at the Georgia State Railroad Museum, 655 Louisville Road, Savannah. Park in the gravel parking lot. We will be meeting in the building closest to the parking lot. Lowcountry Turners member, Dick Glover, will be discussing and demonstrating the Trent Bosch Hollowing System.
Our next demo / holiday social will be 6:00 p.m. THURSDAY, December 6th at the Coastal Heritage Society’s (CHS) Georgia State Railroad Museum. WE WILL BE IN OUR NEW BUILDING, 655 Louisville Road, please park in the gravel parking lot. We will be in the very Historic ‘Segregated Colored Washroom’ building which is the one story building attached to the right-hand side of the Roundhouse. We are the closest building to the parking lot and closest to the restrooms. Noel Wright will be our demonstrator. We will have Pizza and cold drinks. We only have 22 chairs right now so we need some of you to bring a chair. Hope to see you there.
Our next demo will be tomorrow, Friday, November 9th, 6:00 p.m. at Savannah Tech’s Historic Preservation Lab, 5717 White Bluff Road, Savannah.
Metal turning expert Steve Ainsworth will be conducting a Metal Spinning demo on Friday, then a hands-on-workshop on Saturday and Sunday. The demo and workshop are being hosted by Savannah Technical College’s Historic Preservation Department. In his demo, Steve will be turning a small aluminum bowl then a pewter Jefferson Cup. Steve is also an accomplished woodturner and his demos have a broad audience appeal.
Hope to see you there.
Our next meeting and demo is 6:00 p.m. Friday, October 19th at Savannah Technical College, 5717 White Bluff Road, Savannah. Mark Sillay will be our October demonstrator. He will be showing us how to turn and finish an offset vase. He will apply a CA finish that he has perfected. Open to the public.
September’s meeting/demo will be at 6:00 p.m., Friday, September 28th at the White Bluff Road Campus of Savannah Technical College (5717 White Bluff Road). Jacksonville woodturner, Ed Malesky will be our featured demonstrator. Ed was recently commissioned to create laser engraved platters for Jacksonville’s 2018 LISC Community Development Awards. Ed is an accomplished woodturner, woodworker and artist and will turn one of the platters as part of his demo.