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Monthly Meeting - Home Grown Demonstrators

When:
Saturday, January 20, 2018, 9:00 AM until 3:00 PM
Where:
Kennedy Heights Art Center-Lindner Annex
6620 Montgomery Road
Kennedy Heights, OH  45213

Contact:
Nancy Bowman
Category:
Monthly Meeting
Registration is not Required
OVWG members John Glessner, Don Stephan and Pete Kekel will make the following presentations:

John Glessner will walk us through the use of epoxy clay to enhance turned items.  If you have not been able to attend one of John's hands-on classes you will not want to miss this presentation.

Don Stephan has done extensive research into person protection equipment (PPE) and will share with use this very important facet of wood turning.  For the betterment of your health you cannot afford to miss this presentation.  Are you doing enough to protect your health in your shop?

Pete Kekel will make a presentation about wood entitled, "Wood - It Grows on Trees"

 
OVWG Learning Center is located at Kennedy Heights Cultural Campus
6620 Montgomery Road, Kennedy Heights, OH  45213 


The entrance to our studio is on the South side of the building, by the loading dock area.

Click here for map --->     Click here for a picture of the entry door to our studio---> 

 
 
 
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