New link to check out.

A mother and her son Chris contacted me to express gratitude for the resources they found on our website.  Chris inherited his grandfather’s tools and used information from our links page to help him get started turning. Chris asked if we would like to share another link that he found useful.
Thanks Chris. I always appreciated people sending in links that they found useful.
Keep turning and have fun.

You can check out the new link  HERE.

You can go directly to the links page HERE.


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September Meeting

Want to start the 2018-2019 season with some fun?
Mark your calendar for our first meeting on September 10.
Where: Rick and Michelle’s fabulous yard in Montgomery.
3424 Arnhem Street
When: Monday, Sept. 10 starting at 6:30 pm.
What to expect: Food and Pop etc supplied by the club.
If you need beer it is a BYOB event..

Gathering around the fire pit.

Note from President Paul:
Perhaps to help us with planning numbers, let me know by Thursday September 6th if you are coming. If you haven’t been to Rick and Michelle’s before, it is worth the trip. Rick has numerous very unique decorative “elf houses” fashioned from large tree logs and stumps from his years working for Schwinghammer Tree Services. The spirit of the event is to have fun, so if you had a turning failure or two in the last year, and you haven’t quite been able to throw it away yet, bring it along, tell the story for show and tell, and toss it in the fire.

Fueled by Failure!

See you all September 10th.
Paul Schroeder
President – Hub City Turners

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Want to turn some paddles?

Good Morning

The Saskatchewan Craft Council, provided my contact information, for the club, to Susan Mak (306-242-2203).   Susan is part of a Breast Cancer Survivor Dragon Boat Team. They are looking for someone to turn 65 to 70 mini paddles (six to eight inch length), by October 12th. They are celebrating the 20th anniversary of the teams formation.
If you are interested in exploring this further,  please contact Susan directly.

Susan’s email is:

Paul Schroeder

President – Hub City Turners

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