Members, please take note of the proposed amendments to the PWT By-Laws, to be presented for a vote in December.
ABC Columbia's Grace Joyal highlight's Palmetto Woodturners' efforts in association with Harvest Hope to help combat hunger. Watch the video at the link below:
On Saturday, December 10, PWT will be holding a Christmas Ornament Turning learn-to-turn event to benefit Epworth Children's Home. The event will run from 8:00am to 1:00pm.
On Friday, December 9, 2016 from 10am to 4pm, Sue Lee will be holding an Open Shop Sale for PWT members to purchase the machinery and tools that belonged to PWT member Bill Lee. The following day the tools will be made available to any who are interested (non PWT members included).
Work on the 2017 Bowls for Hunger auction has begun! This year's even is shaping up to be the best ever, but we need to make sure we do our part. That means we need bowls! Last year we produced 110 bowls for this worthy cause, and we want to break that record this year (other turned items -- pens, lidded boxes, tops, toys, etc -- are also welcome).
Never turned a bowl? Don't have the tools or the wood? No problem!
In lieu of the usual monthly meeting and hands-on class, PWT and Mann Tool are opening the doors to a free two-day bowl turning event. Friday, August 4th from 9am-5pm and Saturday, August 5th from 9am-1pm, drop in to take advantage of one of 16 lathes; bowl blanks and finishes will be provided. Bring your own tools or borrow a set from the club. All with guided instruction from experienced club members. All for free! All you have to do is donate your finished bowl to be sold as part of the Bowls for Hunger charity auction (benefiting Harvest Hope food bank). If you are learning to turn, you won't find a better deal than this anywhere. If you're an experienced turner, all you give up to help this worthy cause is a little time.