Olympic Peninsula WoodturnersThe Olympic Peninsula Woodturners are a chapter of the American Association of Woodturners serving the Kitsap and Olympic Peninsula of Washington. We have a membership of more than 100 enthusiastic woodturners and monthly meetings where we exchange ideas, share projects, and learn from local, national, and international demonstrators.
Eric Lofstrom Highlights June Meeting
Come to the meeting and be prepared to thouroughly enjoy being educatedTake a quick peek at Eric's web page and you will see what artistry in woodturning is all about. He turns. He teaches. He creates. And he has fun doing it. His audience has fun, too. His entertaining teaching style applied to his woodturning skill makes him a perennial favorite. His enthusiasm is inspiring. The June 29th meeting is one you won't want to miss.
THE MEETING STARTS at 6:30 p.m.
But stop by a little early. We have the show-and tell table, wood auction preview, library perusal, glue and sandpaper sales, snacks, and kibbutzing. Some days, Jimmie has his sharpening station set up, and he will sharpen your tools for you. Some days, a lathe is set up for early bird turning with a mentor handy to help you with some of your sticking points. There is a lot to do at the meeting before the meeting ever starts.
OPCAAW PHONE NUMBER FOR RECORDED INFORMATION ON MEETINGS: 360-209-4214
The regular meeting (above) June 29, 2016
and Molly Winton in July
see our Looking Ahead page for more information and events