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Skill Building Class - Making a pyramid point tool with Mary Carol Meinken & Gary Webster.

When:
Saturday, October 27, 2018, 9:00 AM until 12:00 PM
Where:
OVWG Learning Center at
Kennedy Heights Art Center
6620 Montgomery Road
Kennedy Heights, OH  45213

Contact:
John Albachten
Category:
Hands On Class
Registration is closed - Event is full
Payment In Advance Only
Capacity:
8
Available Slots:
Filled
$25.00

Here is your chance to spend a morning turning with friends, learn some new skills, and leave with a new tool!  Gary Webster and Mary Carol Meinken will teach you how to create your own pyramid point tool then show you how to use it!   You will learn how to make a handle that fits your hand, fit a ferrule, drill on the lathe, and how to make beads using a pyramid tool.  Cost for the materials will be $6, payable in cash to Mary Carol the day of class.



 
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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