Mid North Coast Woodworkers will display their work at a free exhibition at the Regional Botanic Gardens

Mid North Coast Woodworkers proudly display examples of their work. Photo: supplied.


FROM Friday 4 December through to Sunday 6 December the Mid North Coast Woodworkers are holding a free public exhibition of items made by club members, the display will be in the exhibition rooms of the Regional Botanic Gardens.

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The event will be run in a Covid sensitive manner and social distancing will be observed.

Most of the exhibits will be for sale and would make excellent Christmas presents for all members of the family, with many priced inexpensively and offering unique options for gifts.

President of the club, Mike Hodges, described the club’s activities, “Our goal is to spread knowledge and expertise in woodworking, and we run workshops and activities to give people from novices to professionals skills and training.

“We particularly would like to encourage more women to come and join our club and share their creativity with us.”

There is a lot of talent currently in the club and Mike is looking for new members to join and learn to improve their woodworking techniques and share their knowledge and creativity as well.

The club is open to all members of the community with an interest in woodwork and offers a range of activities for members to foster the development of woodwork skills.

These include workshops, clinics, demonstrations, and guest speakers at meetings and on specified weekends during the year.

Monthly meetings are held on the last Saturday of every month between 1.00pm and 4.00 pm, for more information go to http://www.midnorthcoastwoodworkers.com/ or call club president Mike Hodges on 6653 9108.


By David TUNE

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